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Last chance to share ideas for the Liveability Health Plan

Published: 24 February 2017

Cardinia Shire residents are being reminded to take advantage of the opportunity to share their ideas for the Liveability Health Plan before consultation closes at 5pm on Tuesday 28 February 2017.

As a bonus for providing their name, phone, email and postal address along with their feedback, respondents will automatically go in the draw to win one of 50 Aligned Leisure drink bottles and family swim passes.

The Cardinia Shire Liveability Health Plan will guide the future health and wellbeing of the shire, focusing on liveability, where communities are safe, attractive, socially cohesive and inclusive, and environmentally sustainable.

Such communities provide diverse housing supported by infrastructure, including efficient public transport, walking and cycling routes, education, public open space, local shops, health and community services, and leisure and cultural facilities.

The results from this initial consultation will be used to identify the plan’s priorities for the next four years and the community will have further opportunities for input later this year, once Council and its partners have developed the draft plan.

The plan will address liveability in the following areas: housing, active travel, food, open space, health and social services, education and employment.

Community members can have their say and get involved by:

  • Joining the conversation on Facebook at Living Healthy Cardinia
  • Submitting comments online at Consultations
  • Emailing comments to mail@cardinia.vic.gov.au
  • Writing to Cardinia Shire Council, PO Box 7, Pakenham VIC 3810
  • Contacting Council’s Healthy Communities Coordinator at 1300 787 624