Council has many processes and activities that involve the public in decision, education or sharing of information. While it is not possible or effective to consult with the community on every issue, Burdekin Shire Council engages the community to enhance Council’s decisions and to facilitate well-informed community participation in policy, plans, programs and service levels.

For more information about Council’s community consultation and engagement please refer to our community engagement policy.

Burdekin Shire Council is committed to providing meaningful opportunities for the public to participate in the decision making processes on projects which affect the local community and the future development of the region.

Community engagement plays an important role in the planning and delivery of council services and facilities and for shaping the future of our shire.

Current Surveys and Consultations

Home Hill RSL Park

Public Notice – Community Consultation – Reserve for Park R119 (RSL Park) – Tenth Street, Home Hill

Submissions are sought in relation to Council's proposal to seek Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy consent to the cancellation of Reserve for Park R119 Lot 2 H61664 (RSL Park) situated at 67 Tenth Street, Home Hill.

Council intends to seek Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy consent to the cancellation of Reserve for Park R119 Lot 2 H61664 (RSL Park) situated at 67 Tenth Street, Home Hill.

The Reserve is considered surplus to the Shire’s requirements and may become available for disposal under the State Government’s land disposal policies.

The surplus property may present an opportunity for sale to the public and further development subject to compliance with Council’s IPA Planning Scheme.

Submissions for or against this proposal are requested.

Consultation will assist in determining the extent of the use of the Reserve and degree of opposition to any loss of amenity that the local community may have.

Written submissions are required to be forwarded to Council by 4.00pm Monday 18 February 2019.  Enquiries can be directed to 4783 9800.

 

Postal Address: Chief Executive Officer, PO Box 974, Ayr. Qld 4807

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