What is the My Place My Future Plan?
The My Place My Future Plan will provide an integrated approach to the revitalisation of infrastructure, public space, transport (including pedestrian-priority and active transport), land-use and broader environmental needs — supporting an improved lifestyle, social and economic outcomes for residents in the northern suburbs.
Northern suburbs revitalisation is a commitment in the Launceston City Deal to support renewed economic and jobs growth in these suburbs. The City Deal will deliver the plan which will align with the objectives of the broader Regional Economic Development Strategy detailed in the Greater Launceston Plan.
The Launceston City Deal is an agreement between Federal, State and Local governments that outlines a number of actions and commitments. The My Place My Future Plan is the beginning of a journey towards getting everyone to work together to develop and implement solutions in the future.
Which suburbs will the My Place My Future Plan include?
The plan will focus on Invermay, Mowbray, Newnham, Mayfield, Rocherlea, Waverley and Ravenswood.
What will the My Place My Future Plan focus on?
The plan will focus on key areas that support a community; health and wellbeing, housing, education, transport, employment, economic growth and, infrastructure and public spaces.
How will the My Place My Future Plan be developed?
The My Place My Future Plan will be developed using the following steps:
Collate and analyse information that already exists, and identify Talking Points to explore with the community.
Explore Talking Points with the community through consultation.
Review all information to identify opportunities and points of concern.
Converse with relevant partners to identify ways to work together to address the opportunities and points of concern.
When will the My Place My Future Plan be complete?
A draft My Place My Future Plan is scheduled for completion in December 2018. The final version will be released in 2019.
What happens when the My Place My Future Plan is complete?
Three levels of governments and partners will work together to deliver the agreed actions.