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Community to Guide Plans to Revitalise The Entrance Town Centre
Council's Director Connected Communities, Julie Vaughan said The Entrance Town Centre has the foundations to be a thriving and engaging destination all year round - not just during the holiday season.
"To help this vital Town Centre live up to its full potential we are looking to the community to provide their input as we develop a Place Plan to create a revitalised and activated area for work, play and social connection," Ms Vaughan said.
This Place Plan will identify a series of future initiatives and projects that will improve the visitor experience and transform how the community interacts with this area whilst providing an ongoing boost to local businesses.
Mayor Lisa Matthews said the importance of effective Place Plans is now more important than ever for our local economy.
"Local businesses are still feeling the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and it's important for recovery and ongoing resilience that this Town Centre is bustling with activity and draws the community and visitors to the area," Mayor Matthews said.
"I encourage the community, and especially the local business operators, to jump online and share their thoughts on what is and isn't currently working and their vision for future of The Entrance Town Centre.
"Together we can create an engaging, safe and welcoming space for everyone to enjoy and be proud of."
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