St Leonards Village Plan - Community Consultation

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St Leonards is growing and we've been in consultation with the community to develop a plan to manage the long term growth and improvement of the area.

The findings of the consultation are documented in the St Leonards Discussion Paper, a report which presents a new community vision and structured plan for the sustainable development of St Leonards over the next 30 years and beyond. While the focus of the plan is on St Leonards, the project explores possible links with Waverley.

The St Leonards Discussion Paper is available to view in the document library.

We'd like to hear your thoughts, please complete the survey.

St Leonards is growing and we've been in consultation with the community to develop a plan to manage the long term growth and improvement of the area.

The findings of the consultation are documented in the St Leonards Discussion Paper, a report which presents a new community vision and structured plan for the sustainable development of St Leonards over the next 30 years and beyond. While the focus of the plan is on St Leonards, the project explores possible links with Waverley.

The St Leonards Discussion Paper is available to view in the document library.

We'd like to hear your thoughts, please complete the survey.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The St Leonards Discussion Paper represents the thoughts of the community (collected through the previous consultation) and presents options for the area's of growth and development. 

    This survey asks how you would like to see St Leonards develop and grow in relation to the strategies presented in the St Leonards Discussion Paper.

    The St Leonards Discussion Paper represents the thoughts of the community (collected through the previous consultation) and presents options for the area's of growth and development. 

    This survey asks how you would like to see St Leonards develop and grow in relation to the strategies presented in the St Leonards Discussion Paper.

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