Your Voice. Your Launceston.

Your Voice Your Launceston

 Launceston City Council wants your feedback! 

Your Voice. Your Launceston. is an easy, safe and convenient way for you to contribute your ideas and opinions on key projects being considered by Council.

Your voice matters through surveys, quick polls, submissions and in online discussions.

  • Registration is required if you want to participate and post your comments in  online discussion forums. Your privacy is protected because these online discussion forums are moderated by an independent organisation. Register Now!
  • If you don't want to register and participate in the online forums, that's okay. You can still read about projects the Council is currently consulting on, download key documents and find out more about other ways that you can have input.

Launceston City Council values your involvement, invites you to have your say and encourages you to tell your colleagues, friends and neighbours so they can have their say too.

Your Voice. Your Launceston.

Your Voice Your Launceston

 Launceston City Council wants your feedback! 

Your Voice. Your Launceston. is an easy, safe and convenient way for you to contribute your ideas and opinions on key projects being considered by Council.

Your voice matters through surveys, quick polls, submissions and in online discussions.

  • Registration is required if you want to participate and post your comments in  online discussion forums. Your privacy is protected because these online discussion forums are moderated by an independent organisation. Register Now!
  • If you don't want to register and participate in the online forums, that's okay. You can still read about projects the Council is currently consulting on, download key documents and find out more about other ways that you can have input.

Launceston City Council values your involvement, invites you to have your say and encourages you to tell your colleagues, friends and neighbours so they can have their say too.

Your Voice. Your Launceston.

News

  • Launceston's Transport Futures

    Although this consultation has now closed you are welcome to browse the site.

    Thank you for your feedback.  We appreciate the time you've taken to talk to us, complete surveys, quick polls, drop into our Pop Up Shop to have your say on the location of CBD bus stops.

    We are currently summarising all the information we received and when completed, it will be made available on this website. 

    Getting from A to B in Launceston - Launceston's Transport Futures  - Launceston is a great place to live, work and visit and the Launceston City Council is ....Read more

    Although this consultation has now closed you are welcome to browse the site.

    Thank you for your feedback.  We appreciate the time you've taken to talk to us, complete surveys, quick polls, drop into our Pop Up Shop to have your say on the location of CBD bus stops.

    We are currently summarising all the information we received and when completed, it will be made available on this website. 

    Getting from A to B in Launceston - Launceston's Transport Futures  - Launceston is a great place to live, work and visit and the Launceston City Council is committed to making the transport system fit for current and future challenges.  A long term planning document has been developed and this is your opportunity to have your say on it - Launceston's first, long term transport plan.  It doesn't matter whether you walk, cycle, drive a car, catch a bus or drive a truck we'd love to hear from you.  This is your city and your future, have your say on the future of getting from A to B! 

     



     

    by LCC Administrator 03 Jul 2014, 08:53 AM
  • Launceston City Heart


    Although this consultation has now closed you are welcome to browse the site.  Thank you for your feedback.  We appreciate the time you've taken to talk to us at our Pop Ups and participate in our live prototyping.   

    We are currently summarising all your information and when this is completed, it will be made available on this website.

    The Launceston City Council is excited to launch the Launceston City Heart Project, a project that invites you to have a say on the future of Launceston's Heart - its CBD.

    Throughout June, July and August you can have a....Read more


    Although this consultation has now closed you are welcome to browse the site.  Thank you for your feedback.  We appreciate the time you've taken to talk to us at our Pop Ups and participate in our live prototyping.   

    We are currently summarising all your information and when this is completed, it will be made available on this website.

    The Launceston City Council is excited to launch the Launceston City Heart Project, a project that invites you to have a say on the future of Launceston's Heart - its CBD.

    Throughout June, July and August you can have a say and even get hands on in shaping the future CBD.  Keep an eye out for ways to have a say on the project page here on Your Voice.  Your Launceston - including surveys and polls.  Around the CBD look out for pop up street consultation workshops or look in your letterbox, on your street and in your newspaper for other ways to take part.  Get involved in creating a strong city heart for Launceston. 

    by LCC Administrator 13 Jun 2014, 11:23 AM
  • High Street (Howick to Mary Street) school crossing upgrade - NEW UPDATE

    On 19 December 2013 council officers and representatives from DIER met on site with local property owners, representatives of council's external traffic consultation group, Alderman Armitage and Alderman McKendrick.  The design to increase the width of the central traffic island and create a staggered crossing met with questions and queries from those present.

    These notes are a summary of those questions and queries.  They include council's current (as at April 2014) action for this proposal.

    Thank you to everyone who visited this site, commented and completed the survey and polls.  Although community feedback supported improving road safety, the proposal did....Read more

    On 19 December 2013 council officers and representatives from DIER met on site with local property owners, representatives of council's external traffic consultation group, Alderman Armitage and Alderman McKendrick.  The design to increase the width of the central traffic island and create a staggered crossing met with questions and queries from those present.

    These notes are a summary of those questions and queries.  They include council's current (as at April 2014) action for this proposal.

    Thank you to everyone who visited this site, commented and completed the survey and polls.  Although community feedback supported improving road safety, the proposal did not meet with general acceptance by either the community or essential community services.  An alternative design has been developed by council in consultation with DIER.  This alternative proposal can be viewed in the library.  We are currently talking with local property owners and residents about this alternative design.


    This consultation has concluded although you can still view comments and read associated documents.

    To increase safety for school children crossing at the 'school crossing' along High Street,  the Launceston City Council proposes to restrict the hours when motorists can turn right from Howick Street into High Street. 

    The no right turn restrictions would be:  between 8.00am and 9.15am and 2.50pm and 3.30pm - school days only - the same time the school crossing patrol officer is at the crossing.

    Have your say on this proposal. Go to the forum page, have a look at the drawing in the library, join in a conversaton with others or, just tell us your thoughts.  What do you think of these plans?

    by LCC Administrator 19 Mar 2012, 11:48 PM