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Wellington Shire Council wants resident feedback on its 2021-25 plan

Invitation to the community to express their concern or idea on the council plan.

By news@gippsland - 6th July 2021 - Back to News

Following extensive consultation, Council is inviting the Wellington community to take a look at its first draft of the Wellington Shire Council Plan 2021-25. Council has spent the past four months talking to members of our local communities in person and online about high-level priorities for the next four years.

Register and have your say on the Wellington Shire Council plan for 2021- 25

Register and have your say on the Wellington Shire Council plan for 2021- 25

Seeking community feedback

Following this consultation, the Council Plan focuses on the environment and climate change, economy and growth, liveability and wellbeing, services and infrastructure. Now it is time for us to come back to the community and show you our plan, and seek your feedback.

Council staff will be back out in the community seeking your feedback in coming weeks, or you can engage with us online. Visit Your Wellington Your Say or use the buttons below to find out where we will be and how you can tell us what you think.

Council plan 2021-25 and 2031 community vision

You can have more information about the plan by visiting the Council Plan 2021-25: Have your say on the draft plan.

Asset and financial plans

Look through the documents and links in our library and think about how you want to get involved and have your say, visit the asset and financial plan review.

Pictures from Wellington Shire web page.


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