Welcome to Your Say Charles Sturt

Do you live, work or have an interest in Charles Sturt? Are you interested in having your views considered in Council decision making?

Your Say Charles Sturt is Council's dedicated community consultation website. It is designed so that you, and fellow community members, can contribute to some of the issues currently being considered by Council.

View the range of current consultation projects to see what’s going on and join the conversation! Sign up to the site and we will keep you in the loop by sending a monthly newsletter providing an overview of current online consultation projects.

What's happening in July?

Keep up-to-date about Council events and programs via social media on facebook, twitter and Instagram. Use #CCSPics when taking photos in the area so that we can check them out. Other popular hashtags are #CCSDogs and #HenleySquare.

Just under 1,900 residents have gotten involved with Your Say Charles Sturt consultation projects to date.

Join the conversation!

Do you live, work or have an interest in Charles Sturt? Are you interested in having your views considered in Council decision making?

Your Say Charles Sturt is Council's dedicated community consultation website. It is designed so that you, and fellow community members, can contribute to some of the issues currently being considered by Council.

View the range of current consultation projects to see what’s going on and join the conversation! Sign up to the site and we will keep you in the loop by sending a monthly newsletter providing an overview of current online consultation projects.

What's happening in July?

Keep up-to-date about Council events and programs via social media on facebook, twitter and Instagram. Use #CCSPics when taking photos in the area so that we can check them out. Other popular hashtags are #CCSDogs and #HenleySquare.

Just under 1,900 residents have gotten involved with Your Say Charles Sturt consultation projects to date.

Join the conversation!

  • Review of Pledge and Prayer

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    Have your say on the Pledge and Prayer Review!

    We are seeking community feedback in the review of the prayer and pledge which is recited at the opening of Council meetings.

    You can have your say by completing an online survey or quick poll, making an online submission or commenting in a discussion forum.

    You can also provide feedback at the pledge/prayer display appearing at the consultation event being held at Council on 19 February from 6-7.30pm.

     

    Have your say on the Pledge and Prayer Review!

    We are seeking community feedback in the review of the prayer and pledge which is recited at the opening of Council meetings.

    You can have your say by completing an online survey or quick poll, making an online submission or commenting in a discussion forum.

    You can also provide feedback at the pledge/prayer display appearing at the consultation event being held at Council on 19 February from 6-7.30pm.

     

  • Information Session - Renewal SA Land at Woodville

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    Renewal SA is the owner of a 4.7 hectare site on Woodville Road, Woodville adjacent to Woodville Station.

    In 2010 the Woodville Village Master Plan was prepared to guide the future development in the area between Torrens Road and Port Road and included a Concept Plan for Renewal SA’s site. Renewal SA is proposing a number of changes to the Plan for the site, including:

    • increasing the provision of open space;
    • allocating the majority of open space at the Woodville Road frontage; and
    • the re-location of the proposed extension of St Clair Avenue (subject to approvals).

    An open house information session will be held on Wednesday 13 February 2013 from 3:00pm to 7:00pm at the City of Charles Sturt Civic Centre (72 Woodville Road, Woodville) to update the community.

    An Information Sheet has also been distributed widely in the community. Visit the Renewal SA webiste for more information.

     

    Renewal SA is the owner of a 4.7 hectare site on Woodville Road, Woodville adjacent to Woodville Station.

    In 2010 the Woodville Village Master Plan was prepared to guide the future development in the area between Torrens Road and Port Road and included a Concept Plan for Renewal SA’s site. Renewal SA is proposing a number of changes to the Plan for the site, including:

    • increasing the provision of open space;
    • allocating the majority of open space at the Woodville Road frontage; and
    • the re-location of the proposed extension of St Clair Avenue (subject to approvals).

    An open house information session will be held on Wednesday 13 February 2013 from 3:00pm to 7:00pm at the City of Charles Sturt Civic Centre (72 Woodville Road, Woodville) to update the community.

    An Information Sheet has also been distributed widely in the community. Visit the Renewal SA webiste for more information.

     
  • Development Plan Review.

    by Retired user2, over 4 years ago
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    Are you are interested in development in the City of Charles Sturt? Have your say!

    We are currently reviewing the Development Plan, which guides the physical development and built form of the City, and we need your feedback!

    The Strategic Directions Report, which provides detailed information on the Development Plan Review, is now out for consultation. There are a number of ways you can provide feedback:

    • Come to the Development Plan Review information night, 19 February, 6pm for a 6.30pm start at 72 Woodville Road, Woodville,
    • Comment anonymously in the online discussion forum,
    • Ask an online question,
    • Make a private online submission, or
    • View the document and complete a submission form in all Council’s facilities.

    Are you are interested in development in the City of Charles Sturt? Have your say!

    We are currently reviewing the Development Plan, which guides the physical development and built form of the City, and we need your feedback!

    The Strategic Directions Report, which provides detailed information on the Development Plan Review, is now out for consultation. There are a number of ways you can provide feedback:

    • Come to the Development Plan Review information night, 19 February, 6pm for a 6.30pm start at 72 Woodville Road, Woodville,
    • Comment anonymously in the online discussion forum,
    • Ask an online question,
    • Make a private online submission, or
    • View the document and complete a submission form in all Council’s facilities.
  • Budget Early Listening Posts

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    Want to have early input into Council’s 2013/14 projects and budget?

    Council is holding Elected Member listening posts to hear your ideas as part of the 2013/2014 budget planning process.

    You can attend one of 4 listening posts travelling around Council in February and have your say on the budget.

    Listening post dates and locations:

    14 February

    • 2pm at Hindmarsh library
    • 6pm at West Lakes library

    15 February

    • 11am at Findon library
    • 2pm at Henley library

    Want to have early input into Council’s 2013/14 projects and budget?

    Council is holding Elected Member listening posts to hear your ideas as part of the 2013/2014 budget planning process.

    You can attend one of 4 listening posts travelling around Council in February and have your say on the budget.

    Listening post dates and locations:

    14 February

    • 2pm at Hindmarsh library
    • 6pm at West Lakes library

    15 February

    • 11am at Findon library
    • 2pm at Henley library
  • Adelaide Parklands Upgrade

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    The Adelaide Park Lands Upgrade involves landscaping, facility and services improvement of the existing Adelaide Park Lands in the western area of the city - equivalent to the size of 2 and a half AFL sporting grounds.

    The upgrade is located across the road from the Bowden Development and is a partnership between Adelaide City Council, City of Charles Sturt and the Bowden redevelopment.

    Funded from the State Government via Renewal SA, the upgrade project aims to link the Bowden Development with the parklands and the city and forms part of the ‘Riverbank Precinct’ which includes some 13 projects integrating along the Torrens, public transport, retail and entertainment.

    Staged upgrade of this section of the Adelaide Park Lands is being planned over a five year period.

    Renewal SA is currently consulting on the Draft Concept Plan. Read more.

    The Adelaide Park Lands Upgrade involves landscaping, facility and services improvement of the existing Adelaide Park Lands in the western area of the city - equivalent to the size of 2 and a half AFL sporting grounds.

    The upgrade is located across the road from the Bowden Development and is a partnership between Adelaide City Council, City of Charles Sturt and the Bowden redevelopment.

    Funded from the State Government via Renewal SA, the upgrade project aims to link the Bowden Development with the parklands and the city and forms part of the ‘Riverbank Precinct’ which includes some 13 projects integrating along the Torrens, public transport, retail and entertainment.

    Staged upgrade of this section of the Adelaide Park Lands is being planned over a five year period.

    Renewal SA is currently consulting on the Draft Concept Plan. Read more.

  • Your City, Your Say - Draft Policy Consultation

    over 4 years ago
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    The Draft Public Consultation Policy consultation is open from 7 January to 22 February.

    The revised Policy outlines a contemporary set of guiding principles that underpin Council’s commitment and approach to community engagement, with the aim of guiding effective community engagement between Council and community.

    You can have your say on the document by:

    • completing a survey;
    • commenting in the online forum;
    • making an online submission;
    • asking staff a question online;
    • viewing the Draft Policy document in all Councils facilities; or
    • speak to a staff member at the Draft Policy display at Strategic Directions Report consultation event on 19 February, 6pm at Councils Administration Centre.

    The Draft Public Consultation Policy consultation is open from 7 January to 22 February.

    The revised Policy outlines a contemporary set of guiding principles that underpin Council’s commitment and approach to community engagement, with the aim of guiding effective community engagement between Council and community.

    You can have your say on the document by:

    • completing a survey;
    • commenting in the online forum;
    • making an online submission;
    • asking staff a question online;
    • viewing the Draft Policy document in all Councils facilities; or
    • speak to a staff member at the Draft Policy display at Strategic Directions Report consultation event on 19 February, 6pm at Councils Administration Centre.
  • Tips for Using Online Discussion Forums

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    Unsure about getting involved with online forums and discussions? Want to learn more before you get involved?

    There are a number of different ways you can get involved with online forums. The following tips provide some basic advice about using the tool to make comments and joining discussions online.


     

    Online Forums support feedback and discussion between community members.

    There are a number of different ways you can get involved with online discussions.

    Register

    To get involved with online forum discussions you will need to register your details and create a user name for yourself.... Continue reading

    Unsure about getting involved with online forums and discussions? Want to learn more before you get involved?

    There are a number of different ways you can get involved with online forums. The following tips provide some basic advice about using the tool to make comments and joining discussions online.


     

    Online Forums support feedback and discussion between community members.

    There are a number of different ways you can get involved with online discussions.

    Register

    To get involved with online forum discussions you will need to register your details and create a user name for yourself. Simply click on the 'Register to Participate' button at the top right hand of the page.

    Comment

    Once registered you can make a comment in response to an online forum topic or question. This comment will be visible to any community members who view the page.

    Reply

    You can reply to another community member’s comment. Online forums can evolve into discussions with many people exchanging a range of views and perspectives. Don’t be afraid to get involved and join in with a discussion that interests you. By opting in to receiving notifications of replies you can more easily get involved in online conversations.

    Agree/Disagree

    If you see a comment that you agree with then hit the ‘agree’ button. You can also choose to hit the ‘disagree’ button. That way we can get a better idea of the views that are more (or less) popular with you and your fellow community members.

    Alert Moderator

    The Your Say website is moderated 24 hours a day. However if you see a comment that is personally offensive in any manner you can hit the ‘alert moderator’ to let us know and we will deal with the situation.

    Like and Share

    Should you wish to share an online discussion you can easily ‘like’ and share the forum on your own social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. However you must have set up one of these accounts first.

    Council offers community training sessions for people who wish to learn to use Your Say. Contact Valli on 8408 1364 for more information.

     

  • Proposed BMX Track - Hindmarsh Ward

    over 4 years ago
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    Council is exploring the best location(s) to establish a BMX Track within the Hindmarsh Ward. The location currently being considered is 30-60 Torrens Road, Renown Park.  

    We are seeking your feedback regarding the suitability of the proposed location.  Please complete the following survey.

    Feedback is due by Wednesday 19 December 2012.  

    A report will tabled at Council’s Asset Management Services Committee in February 2013 to discuss the findings of this consultation process.

    If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact Lisa Will on 8408 1117. 

    Council is exploring the best location(s) to establish a BMX Track within the Hindmarsh Ward. The location currently being considered is 30-60 Torrens Road, Renown Park.  

    We are seeking your feedback regarding the suitability of the proposed location.  Please complete the following survey.

    Feedback is due by Wednesday 19 December 2012.  

    A report will tabled at Council’s Asset Management Services Committee in February 2013 to discuss the findings of this consultation process.

    If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact Lisa Will on 8408 1117. 

  • New Community Plan Endorsed By Council!

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    On Monday 10 December 2012 the Draft Community Plan was endorsed by Council.

    The aim of the ‘Imagine Tomorrow’ consultation was to provide our residents with an opportunity to influence the direction and activities of Council, but also to raise awareness of the many services that Council already provides to our community.  The report presented to Council detailed the 3 stages of community consultation that has taken place over the last 12 months and included a copy of the revised community plan.

    The new Community Plan will be launched early in the new year - stay tuned. We would like to extend a huge thank you to those community members who participated in this consultation and had their say!

    On Monday 10 December 2012 the Draft Community Plan was endorsed by Council.

    The aim of the ‘Imagine Tomorrow’ consultation was to provide our residents with an opportunity to influence the direction and activities of Council, but also to raise awareness of the many services that Council already provides to our community.  The report presented to Council detailed the 3 stages of community consultation that has taken place over the last 12 months and included a copy of the revised community plan.

    The new Community Plan will be launched early in the new year - stay tuned. We would like to extend a huge thank you to those community members who participated in this consultation and had their say!

  • Your City Your Say Evaluation Report

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    The Your City, Your Say Evaluation was delivered from 28 September to the 13 November 2012.

    Purpose of the evaluation was to:

    • Monitor performance and report on engagement projects run by council in the past 2 years
    • Assist to improve planning and the effectiveness of the community engagement projects council delivers
    • Develop an evidence base that contributes to shared learning’s and improvement of engagement practice across the organisation.

    A total of 113 community members, the Mayor, 3 Councillors and 61 Council staff contributed feedback to the evaluation.

    The Evaluation Report, which provides detailed information about the project findings, is now available.

    The Your City, Your Say Evaluation was delivered from 28 September to the 13 November 2012.

    Purpose of the evaluation was to:

    • Monitor performance and report on engagement projects run by council in the past 2 years
    • Assist to improve planning and the effectiveness of the community engagement projects council delivers
    • Develop an evidence base that contributes to shared learning’s and improvement of engagement practice across the organisation.

    A total of 113 community members, the Mayor, 3 Councillors and 61 Council staff contributed feedback to the evaluation.

    The Evaluation Report, which provides detailed information about the project findings, is now available.