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Youth Spaces Strategy

Consultation closed on 24 March 2020

The City of Ryde has engaged Playce as consultants to investigate public spaces and facilities for young people. We are interested in what young people do, whether it is active recreation such as enjoying skate parks, BMX, cycling or ball sports, or more artistic or musical interests. We want to understand how young people use and access open space and what we could create to make spaces better and more relevant to their needs.

This is a great opportunity for you to have your say and influence the future planning and design of additional youth recreation spaces and facilities within your community.

We want to hear what you have to say!

Council is committed to the upgrade of Youth Spaces and Facilities
Have you been to the Meadowbank Skate Park? If not, check it out! This space is the first to be opened as part of the Youth Strategy.

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Have Your Say is now open

Published on 27 February 2020

Have your say on the Youth Spaces Strategy is open until Tuesday 24 March 2020.

Have Your Say

Council has engaged Playce as consultant to undertake this short 10 minute survey. The results of the survey will influence the future planning and design of additional youth recreation spaces and facilities within the City of Ryde.  
The survey is open until Tuesday 24 March 2020.

Community Drop-in Session

Playce will be hosting a community drop-in session where you can come along and ask any questions you may have and provide your feedback. 
When     Saturday 7 March 2020
Time      Anytime between 10.00am and 12.00noon
Where   Meadowbank Skate Park, Constitution Road West, Meadowbank 2114

Timeline

Youth Spaces Strategy Drop-in Session 7 March 2020 to 7 March 2020

Complete the Online Survey

Last updated on 14 January 2021