Community Engagement Survey Results
Thank you again for your interest in the Maylands Brickworks Reactivation Project, and for taking the time to make a submission during the community engagement period in February-March 2018.
The City is pleased to inform you that a total of 476 people submitted questionnaire-returns to the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage (DLPH) during the consultation period in February and March of this year, and another five made email submissions to the City of Bayswater which was forwarded onto the DPLH. All of the data received has been forwarded to and collated by the DPLH and then analysed and verified by an independent market research group. Of these submissions 88% of respondents said that they support the repair and reactivation of the Maylands Brickworks as a heritage place and local amenity, whilst 6% said they opposed it.
A copy of the final 'Maylands Brickworks Community Engagement Survey Results' report is now available to the public. Please refer to the attached Documents Library. Hard copies of the document are also available to view at the City's Civic Centre and the Maylands Library at the RISE.
The DPLH is in the process of completing a further report to the City of Bayswater, covering all the elements of the project brief including financial feasibility. Both reports will be considered by the City and presented to a future Planning and Development Services Committee meeting in October/November of this year.
Consultation has concluded