Two interactive community workshops being held this Thursday are set to kick-start the Esperance Town Revitalisation Project, with community members invited to discuss their aspirations and concerns about the proposed town centre project.
Shire of Esperance chief executive Mal Osborne said the workshops would give all attendees an opportunity to comment on what is important to them in any future town centre.
“People will be able to discuss everything from the role of public art to sustainable infrastructure,” Mr Osborne said.
“This will be a community-led project, launched by these initial community workshops, with the aim of determining what town centre revitalisation means to the Esperance community.
“Through our SuperTowns community consultation we heard that the town centre revitalisation was a high priority, so now we want to dig deeper into what that means for the community.”Esperance Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Melisa Rowe said the project was an exciting opportunity for everyone, with many potential benefits for the community, local business and landowners.
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