Residents' chance to view council's plan

MOORE Park Beach residents will have a chance to view the Bundaberg Regional Council's draft community plan tonight.

Bundaberg residents can see the presentation tomorrow.

The draft plan outlines the district's desired vision, goals, strategies and key actions as well as a number of community priorities, which will set the organisational goals of Bundaberg Regional Council via its corporate plan.

The draft document represents the views of more than 400 people who attended various key stakeholder gatherings in the youth, seniors, education, sport, recreation and disability services sectors and more than 500 people who completed the Your 2031 survey.

Councillor David Batt said the draft plan included the identification of several projects that could be delivered to the region in partnership with government, industry and the community.

He said some of the proposed projects included the development of a purpose-built regional performing arts, civic and convention complex, dedicated space and resources to encourage local people to record our local history and the development of a distinctive local hoop pine forest.

The Moore Park Beach presentation is from 5.30pm to 6.30pm at the Moore Park Beach Community Hall, in Club Avenue.

The Bundaberg presentation will take place tomorrow from 5.30pm to 6.30pm at the Civic Centre supper room.

Feedback on the draft community plan can be submitted online www.bundaberg.qld.gov.au/2031 or at any council service centre.