November 2016: Community Workshop Results

Council conducted a walk - in community workshop on November 28 2016 with around 130 community visitors. The workshop was held to gather community comments about the town centre. Participants were invited to review a wide range of materials - you can view an overview here.

To view the following summary documents from the workshop, click here:

  • Findings: Opportunities
  • Findings Map: Opportunities
  • Findings: Negative vs. Positive
  • Findings Map: Positives
  • Findings Map: Negatives

The Draft Vision and Principles for the Blaxland Town Centre Masterplan

Vibrant, distinctive and welcoming, blaxland village centre retains, enhances and expands its offer of varied services, facilities and activities, while providing A hub for the local community.

  1. Recognise, reinforce and enhance Blaxland’s current position as a service town of considerable convenience;
  2. Clarify and enhance Blaxland’s identity and visible character as a unique Blue Mountains town centre;
  3. Add value to Blaxland and encourage longer visitations through town centre living, village atmosphere, increased commercial offer and improvements to amenity and diversity;
  4. Express a distinct sense of arrival on the Great Western Highway frontage;
  5. Improve and increase community functions within the town centre;
  6. Improve town centre access, traffic movement and parking efficiency.

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This consultation has concluded.

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