Launceston City Heart - Stage 2

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WHERE IT BEGAN:

This stage focuses on the following two key streets:

  1. Paterson Street (between Charles and George Streets)
  2. St John Street (between Paterson and York Streets)

These streets link a range of important public spaces including Civic Square and the Quadrant Mall, as well as retail and dining precincts like Charles and George Streets and the Brisbane Street Mall.

In our most recent consultation process you told us you wanted the Launceston CBD to be more vibrant, accessible and pedestrian friendly - and include contemporary public infrastructure like street furniture, dynamic lighting, more greenery and improved connectivity.

We want to see these streets designed with the aim to include all of these things!


How you can get involved:

You're also welcome to come along to one of the 5 pop-up sessions and have a chat with members of our Place Making team.

Complete the survey and the interactive map and you will automatically go into the draw to win family passes to Launceston Aquatic.


This consultation opportunity closed at 5.00pm on Friday 10 September 2021.

Launceston City Heart is an initiative under the Launceston City Deal. The Launceston City Deal is a partnership between the Tasmanian Government, Australian Government and the City of Launceston, that is aiming to achieve the vision of Launceston being one of the most innovative and liveable regional cities in Australia.


CLOSING THE ENGAGEMENT LOOP:





WHERE IT BEGAN:

This stage focuses on the following two key streets:

  1. Paterson Street (between Charles and George Streets)
  2. St John Street (between Paterson and York Streets)

These streets link a range of important public spaces including Civic Square and the Quadrant Mall, as well as retail and dining precincts like Charles and George Streets and the Brisbane Street Mall.

In our most recent consultation process you told us you wanted the Launceston CBD to be more vibrant, accessible and pedestrian friendly - and include contemporary public infrastructure like street furniture, dynamic lighting, more greenery and improved connectivity.

We want to see these streets designed with the aim to include all of these things!


How you can get involved:

You're also welcome to come along to one of the 5 pop-up sessions and have a chat with members of our Place Making team.

Complete the survey and the interactive map and you will automatically go into the draw to win family passes to Launceston Aquatic.


This consultation opportunity closed at 5.00pm on Friday 10 September 2021.

Launceston City Heart is an initiative under the Launceston City Deal. The Launceston City Deal is a partnership between the Tasmanian Government, Australian Government and the City of Launceston, that is aiming to achieve the vision of Launceston being one of the most innovative and liveable regional cities in Australia.

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Launceston City Heart Stage 2

10 months

Interactive map

Drop a pin for one, some, or all of the 10 design elements listed and tell us your ideas for improving the City Heart - Stage 2 area.

We're looking for common themes, so please only drop ONE PIN per element.

Instructions on how to use the interactive map:

  • Use your mouse to move around the map and the +/- button in the bottom right of the screen to zoom in and out
  • Drag and drop the pins from the left hand panel on the place, thing or area you want to mark.  You can move the pins if needed using your mouse
  • Type a few words in the comments field to identify what you have marked and why. We encourage you to upload photos you may have taken on your travels - a picture paints a thousand words!

PLEASE NOTE:  You don't have to be a registered participant of Your Voice. Your Launceston. to participate, however you will need to provide an email address and choose a user name to submit your ideas on the map.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.