10-2-25's YAC about Tomorrow - Youth Discussion Forum

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HEY!.....YAC about Tomorrow!

YO! If you are a young person aged 10 - 25, this space is for you! Have a say in the future of your community! Tell us what you love about Charles Sturt today and what you want to see in the future. Transport, public art, leisure and recreation opportunities, spaces for young people, the environment.....what's important to you?

Have your say in the discussion forums below and YAC about Tomorrow!

HEY!.....YAC about Tomorrow!

YO! If you are a young person aged 10 - 25, this space is for you! Have a say in the future of your community! Tell us what you love about Charles Sturt today and what you want to see in the future. Transport, public art, leisure and recreation opportunities, spaces for young people, the environment.....what's important to you?

Have your say in the discussion forums below and YAC about Tomorrow!

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    Community consultation, keeping the community informed, types of services delivered, leadership style, rating policy and budget allocations are just a few of the topics you may want to consider here. For more 'food for thought' view the Leadership Paper in the library.

    Community consultation, keeping the community informed, types of services delivered, leadership style, rating policy and budget allocations are just a few of the topics you may want to consider here. For more 'food for thought' view the Leadership Paper in the library.

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    Liveability is about the mechanics of the City. Housing choice and affordability; transport and traffic; walking and cycling networks; ability to move across and in and out of the City; open space; streetscape; community safety and shopping precincts are just some of the topics you may want to consider here. For more 'food for thought' view the Liveability Paper in the library.

    Liveability is about the mechanics of the City. Housing choice and affordability; transport and traffic; walking and cycling networks; ability to move across and in and out of the City; open space; streetscape; community safety and shopping precincts are just some of the topics you may want to consider here. For more 'food for thought' view the Liveability Paper in the library.

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    The local economy is changing rapidly as a result of global competion and technological change. Manufacturing, traditionally the key driver of the local economy, has been in deline for some time.The local skills base, growth in the knowledge economy and economic development opportunities offered by tourism and the National Broadband Optical Fibre roll out are just a few of the topics you might want to consider here. For more 'food for thought' view the Economy Paper in the library.

    The local economy is changing rapidly as a result of global competion and technological change. Manufacturing, traditionally the key driver of the local economy, has been in deline for some time.The local skills base, growth in the knowledge economy and economic development opportunities offered by tourism and the National Broadband Optical Fibre roll out are just a few of the topics you might want to consider here. For more 'food for thought' view the Economy Paper in the library.

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    Sense of place; telling the stories and history of the City; Kaurna heritage; creating great public spaces and public art are just some of the topics you may want to consider here. For more 'food for thought' view the Place Paper in the library.

    Sense of place; telling the stories and history of the City; Kaurna heritage; creating great public spaces and public art are just some of the topics you may want to consider here. For more 'food for thought' view the Place Paper in the library.

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    Community services and facilities; supporting older residents as well as younger residents and people from diverse cultural backgrounds, and communty capacity building are just a few of the topics you may want to consider here. For more 'food for thought' view the Community Paper in the library .

    Community services and facilities; supporting older residents as well as younger residents and people from diverse cultural backgrounds, and communty capacity building are just a few of the topics you may want to consider here. For more 'food for thought' view the Community Paper in the library .

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    Climate change, water management, biodiversity, waste management, recycling, more sustainable buildings and lifestyles are just a few of the topics you might want to consider here. For more 'food for thought' view the Sustainability Paper in the library.

    Climate change, water management, biodiversity, waste management, recycling, more sustainable buildings and lifestyles are just a few of the topics you might want to consider here. For more 'food for thought' view the Sustainability Paper in the library.

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    Charles Sturt's population is currently just under 107,000 and projected to grow strongly, with forecasts suggesting that the City's population may reach 126,000 by 2026 and 150,000 by 2036. A high proportion of the City's residents are older adults (over 65) and nearly a third of the City's households are single person households. Both of these trends are set to continue. The City is also culturally diverse with almost a quarter of the population born overseas. For further information about the current and forecast population and demographic make up of the City see 'Charles Sturt - Preliminary Population Paper, August 2011'

    Charles Sturt's population is currently just under 107,000 and projected to grow strongly, with forecasts suggesting that the City's population may reach 126,000 by 2026 and 150,000 by 2036. A high proportion of the City's residents are older adults (over 65) and nearly a third of the City's households are single person households. Both of these trends are set to continue. The City is also culturally diverse with almost a quarter of the population born overseas. For further information about the current and forecast population and demographic make up of the City see 'Charles Sturt - Preliminary Population Paper, August 2011'