The Anglesea Futures Community Conversations is a community forum coordinated by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP), Surf Coast Shire Council and Parks Victoria.
It provides an important vehicle for community discussion on a range of issues including future land use, the heath, water and the future implications for the Anglesea region after the closure of the coalmine and power station on 31 August 2015.
This year the conversation series is focused on the future use of the Anglesea power station, coal mine and the Anglesea Heath
Land Use Plan
A Land Use Plan is being prepared to provide a framework for re-use of Anglesea Futures study area to the north of Anglesea including the power station and coal mine. The Land Use Plan will be a high level strategic document and will set land uses for different areas. It can consider whether different types of broad land uses are appropriate for an area, i.e. recreation, community, residential, retail, industrial, public reserves etc.
The Land Use Plan informs future decisions on activities, management, protection and any development on the land. The Land Use Plan will need to be informed by broader government policy including the Anglesea Structure Plan and the recently adopted Guiding Principles for the study area as shown below.
Create a Land Use Scenario for the Anglesea Futures Study Area
Create a land use scenario for the Anglesea Futures Study Area from 18 August to 11 September 2017.
During this time you can create your own land use scenario by:
- completing the on line survey (survey will open on the 18 August)
- registering for a community workshop
- visiting the open house
Workshop (to create land use scenarios with other members of the community)
Sunday 20 August, 10am - 1pm
Anglesea Memorial Hall, 1 McMillan St, Anglesea
RSVP to attend: email@example.com
Open House (to view community scenarios and talk to the project team)
Sunday 27 August
Drop in at any time between 10am – 2pm
Anglesea Senior Citizens Centre , 1 McMillan St, Anglesea
Anglesea Futures community conversations are being coordinated by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP), Surf Coast Shire and Parks Victoria.