Residents to talk about enhancing their neighbourhood
The Peninsula Residents Association will hold a public meeting in Woy Woy tomorrow night, Tuesday, November 15.
It will discuss what residents can do to enhance and protect the liveabiliity of their own neighbourhoods.
"The association believes current planning regulations are not adequate to protect the Peninsula's local neighbourhoods, but that there are a number of things residents can do," said association vice-president Ms Jen Wilder.
She said the meeting would be given of examples from around the world of how residents have got together in their own streets to make their neighbourhoods better places to live.
Guest speaker for the night will be Ms Lyndall Parris, founder of Narara Eco-village, who will talk about the ways the eco-village protects liveability within its neighbourhood.
As with previous public meetings organised by the association, residents will have the opportunity to record their views about what makes a liveable neighbourhood and to make suggestions about the ways that Peninsula residents might improve their own neighbourhoods.
Members and non members are welcome to attend this free public meeting which will commence at 7pm on Tuesday, November 15, in the Show Room at Everglades Country Club Woy Woy.
Food and drinks can be purchased at the club.
Media release, 9 Nov 2022
Jen Wilder, Peninsula Residents Association