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Franklin Foreshore Rehabilitation and Development Plan

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The Huon Valley Council 2018 State Election Strategy identified key areas in which the Council can work together with the State Government to achieve key priorities for the prosperity and amenity of the Huon Valley Region.

In 2018, Huon Valley Council were successful in securing a $750,000 State election commitment for the rehabilitation and development of Franklin Foreshore.

The purpose of the project is to:

  • Create pedestrian linkages between the existing walking trails to the north and south of the marina area
  • Construct two pontoons
  • Beautification of the Marina area

Approved Franklin Foreshore Rehabilitation and Development Plan

You can view the final plan Here

Community engagement

This is an open consultation. The Council is seeking the community’s views on the draft plan, with all views welcome and encouraged.

On conclusion of the consultation, the Project Team will analyse the community feedback, with an engagement report presented to the Ordinary Council Meeting on 27 May 2020.

For more information contact Council’s Community Engagement Officer on (03) 6264 0300 or via hvc@huonvalley.tas.gov.au.

 

Update August 2020

Following community engagement on the Draft Franklin Foreshore Rehabilitation and Development Plan, the Community Engagement Report and the revised Franklin Foreshore Rehabilitation and Development Plan was presented to Council at the Ordinary Council meeting on 27 May 2020. Council endorsed the revised Franklin Foreshore Rehabilitation and Development Plan for implementation subject to a Deed of Variation from the Grant Funding Body.

Subject to final approval  from the Grant Funding Body the Council will undertake further engagement with the key stakeholders on the final designs and implementation of the following;

  • Public Toilet;
  • Landscaping; and
  • Interpretive History Signage

Key Dates

  • 22/4/2020 Consultation opens
  • 10/5/2020 Consultation closes 5pm
  • 27/5/2020 Present engagement report to Council

Project Cycle

  1. Consultation opens
  2. Consultation closes
  3. Under review
  4. Endorsed by Council
  5. Approval from grant body
  6. Implementation