Community Feedback invited on Draft Pacific Paradise Streetscape Plans

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  • Location: Bi-Lo Shopping Centre, Pacific Paradise 4564 Queensland

Pacific Paradise Streetscape Concept Design development

Division 8 Councillor Debbie Blumel is inviting members of the community to come along to the Pacific Paradise Bi-Lo Shopping Centre on Saturday 28 May 2011 between 10am and 3pm to preview and comment on the design plans for the Pacific Paradise Streetscape.

Sunshine Coast Council recently commenced development of concept designs for an improved streetscape experience in Pacific Paradise to provide better pedestrian facilities for the community, entrance gateways and a vibrant main street for locals to gather and enjoy.

The aim of the design development phase of the streetscape project is to reveal the unique qualities of Pacific Paradise and showcase the area’s lifestyle and character. The design concepts focus on delivering an inspirational, creative and functional outcome that heightens the user experience.

Consultants have been engaged to focus on sections of David Low Way, the Boomba Street commercial centre, the Town Centre and connections to the new North Shore Community Centre.

Councillor Blumel said she is pleased with the design concepts developed by representatives of local community associations that showcase what local people already consider to be their very own nirvana.

“Pacific Paradise is a unique place that deserves special attention. I heard that loud and clear in earlier consultation with community associations,” Cr Blumel said.

“That process involved hearing from members of community groups representing various parts of the North Shore including Pacific Paradise, Mudjimba, Twin Waters, and Marcoola about the specific ideas that they would like addressed in the design plans,” Cr Blumel said.  

“Our young people also had ideas and it was great to involve children from the Pacific Paradise School who were invited to submit ‘Postcards to the Future’ that have helped inspire the designs.

“So now it’s time for all to see, so please come along and have a look at the plans and work with council staff and me by sharing your views and comments on the proposals”.

The design plans will be on display at the Pacific Paradise Bi-Lo Shopping centre, Saturday 28 May 2011 between 10am and 3pm.  Additionally from Friday 27 May you can go to council’s website and provide comment until 3 June 2011.

Sunshine Coast Regional Council
Cr Debbie Blumel
Division 8
Major Projects Portfolio
National Sea Change Taskforce
Regional Development Australia Sunshine Coast

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