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Community to Guide Kibble Park's Future
Council's Director Connected Communities, Julie Vaughan said Kibble Park plays an important role as the heartbeat of Gosford but it hasn't lived up to its full potential and is due to be revitalised as a thriving, safe and welcoming place for work, play and social connection.
"The community has told us that Kibble Park is in need of a face lift to help breathe new life into the City, so we are developing a Place Plan and Concept Design for Gosford's Kibble Park to identify future initiatives and projects that will increase this area's activation, social connectivity, improve the visitor experience and provide a boost for local businesses," Ms Vaughan said.
"To ensure these plans reflect what past and future users want to see, we are now providing online consultation opportunities for the community to share their ideas and aspirations for this vital public space."
This round of community consultation is running online until 15 June at Your Voice Our Coast.
Mayor Lisa Matthews said whilst the COVID-19 pandemic still impacts the way we work, connect and socialise, Council are continuing with essential works, projects and planning to cater for the future needs of our community as we move into a recovery period.
"I encourage the community to jump online and share their vision for Kibble Park's future so we can create a rejuvenated, activated and engaging park for all the community to enjoy and be proud of," Mayor Mathews said.
The draft Place Plan and Concept Design will both be made available for the community to provide feedback on before being finalised.
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