Goulburn Railway Station is now home to the Goulburn Icons art project, a series of large photographic prints depicting the iconic sites and landmarks throughout our city. The project has been inspired by the use of public space for photo installations in Europe.
Mim Stirling, a Southern Highlands photographer, has made this project a reality with the help of the goulburn.art Regional Gallery, Transport NSW and Goulburn Mulwaree Council. The Icons project depicts sites around the region including Rocky Hill War Memorial, the Post Office, Goulburn Courthouse, the Historic Waterworks, and many more.
The agenda for next week’s council meeting will be available to view on our website on Friday. We will be considering a DA for a Quarry on Bullamalita Road, the tender for detailed design of the Goulburn Aquatic Centre redevelopment, extension of Tait Crescent and Lockyer Street, tree installation in roundabouts and a number of other issues and policies.
This week we have placed two documents that are important for the future of Goulburn Mulwaree on exhibition.
Draft Heritage Study Review: We engaged heritage consultants to undertake a comprehensive review and consolidation of numerous existing heritage studies. Recommendations from this review will inform amendments to our Local Environmental Plan (LEP) and Development Control Plan (DCP). Submissions are due 5pm, August 11.
Section 64 Development Servicing Plan (DSP): The DSP is a document that details the water, sewer and stormwater developer charges to be levied on development areas that utilise this infrastructure. These plans are required under Section 63 of the Local Government Act 1993 and cross-referenced in Section 306 of the Water Management Act 2000. Submissions are due 5pm, August 24.
Both documents are also available on our online portal, Your Say Goulburn. Submissions must be in writing and can be emailed to email@example.com or posted to Locked Bag 22, Goulburn, NSW, 2580.