Public meeting to discuss Brunswick parklands

BRUNSWICK Heads Progress Association is inviting local people to attend its next meeting at the Memorial Hall, Fingal St, Brunswick Heads, on March 2 from 7pm.

Organisers said the purpose of the meeting was to explain and discuss State Government-approved plans for Brunswick Heads' foreshore parklands.

"As a residents group we feel that consultation by North Coast Holiday Parks with residents about their Plans of Management for the Torakina, Banner Park and the Terrace has been lacking," said Leone Bolt, president of the association.

"As a way of informing everyone of the plans we will be distributing a two-page information flyer explaining major changes that have been approved for these parks.

"The association will then hold our public meeting on March 2 to further inform residents and stakeholders and to promote further discussion.

"We will then put up an online questionnaire where residents will be invited to give feedback on the plans.

"We are simply attempting to ascertain what it is that residents want. The data will also be compiled and shared with NSW North Coast Holiday Park Trust and the State Government."

Topics:  public meeting

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