Events around Serpentine Jarrahdale Community Resource Centre

Maggie Dent Seminar
Games

Maggie Dent Seminar

Wednesday 6:30pm (07 March)
Serpentine Jarrahdale Grammar School, Mundijong

Shaping SJ - Byford Community Workshop
Conference

Shaping SJ - Byford Community Workshop

Saturday 2:00pm (24 February)
Serpentine Jarrahdale Community Recreation Centre (YMCA), Byford

Byford - Free Turn Up and Train + Free Game for Juniors

Byford - Free Turn Up and Train + Free Game for Juniors

Tuesday 6:30pm (20 February)
Serpentine Jarrahdale Community Recreation Centre (YMCA), Byford

Free Futsal Turn Up and Play Session in Byford

Free Futsal Turn Up and Play Session in Byford

Tuesday 7:30pm (20 February)
Serpentine Jarrahdale Community Recreation Centre (YMCA), Byford

Domination 20
Dance

Domination 20

Saturday 6:00pm (02 June)
Serpentine Jarrahdale Community Recreation Centre (YMCA), Byford

RUP's Mid Week Ride
Home&Garden

RUP's Mid Week Ride

Tuesday 10:00am (27 February)
Byford Tavern, Byford

Small Space, Big Harvest: An Intro to Urban Permaculture
Family

Small Space, Big Harvest: An Intro to Urban Permaculture

Saturday 9:30am (10 March)
Jarrahdale Primary School, Jarrahdale

Shaping SJ - Jarrahdale/Darling Range Community Workshop
Conference

Shaping SJ - Jarrahdale/Darling Range Community Workshop

Saturday 9:30am (24 February)
Bruno Gianatti, Jarrahdale


Shaping SJ - Mundijong Community Workshop

Shaping SJ - Mundijong Community Workshop


When?

Start time: Saturday 2:00pm (17 February)
End time: Saturday 4:30pm (17 February)
Conference

About

Background
Shaping SJ is a project that involves the preparation and delivery of individual Development Strategies for the four locales of:

- Byford
- Mundijong
- Serpentine
- Darling Range / Jarrahdale

Local Development Strategies include two main elements, a statutory land use planning document and an informing strategy. Under the ‘Planning and Development Act 2005’ and the ‘Local Government Act 1995’, a Development Strategy aims to integrate these two documents so that the functions of the private sector and the roles of the Local Government (Shire) result in the most efficient and liveable places.

To achieve this the Local Development Strategy will consider environmental, heritage and other opportunities and constraints in a review of the existing Town and Local Government planning.

The Local Development Strategies will, therefore, outline what the appropriate land uses are within each of the settlements and what transport, utility infrastructure and services are required for a vibrant and efficient town.

www.sjshire.wa.gov.au/shapingsj

At the workshops
The Shire and Hames Sharley (consultants) will undertake public workshops with the community in each of the four locales. During these workshops base maps (based on existing proposals and endorsed plans) will be presented to attendees. The intention of the workshops will then be to hear from the community about the merits of the current proposals and for participants to give their new ideas and input as to how this could be made even better.

After the workshops
Following the workshops, your new ideas and the results of the online survey will be collated to finalise draft plans which will then be presented to Council for adoption prior to going out for formal advertising. During the formal advertising period the community at large will be invited to make submissions and comments on the relevant plans and proposals. The inputs from all the consultation processes will be incorporated into the final plans which are expected to be finalised and adopted by Council in July 2018.

FAQs
Q. Can I contact the organiser with any questions?

A. Absolutely, check out the Shaping SJ ask a question page or contact one of the Shaping SJ project team members.

Q. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

A. No, your RSVP is simply to help us better accommodate you at the event, including refreshments and room layout.

Q. Do I have to RSVP?

A. No, you're more than welcome to attend if you haven't had a chance to RSVP.