Public opinion sought as part of process to secure and expand facilities
Tweed residents were recently asked to comment on the proposal to give the Tweed Heads State Emergency Services unit secure tenure at its Banora Point site, as part of plans to expand the unit's facilities.
Council conducted a community survey to gauge community opinion about plans to amend the site’s ‘public recreation’ classification, so the SES operation has more secure tenure at the public land in Pioneer Parade. The survey results and community concerns will be incorporated into a Council staff report which addresses NSW Crown Land Division criteria for permanent tenure and will be considered by an upcoming Council meeting.
The results of the community survey are now available. See Available Downloads at the top-right.