URGENT UPDATE: GAA Point Cook West Precinct Structure Plan Information Sessions

Last week we posted details of the Point Cook West Precinct Structure Plan Information Session that was scheduled for 31 January and then later cancelled due to too much interest.  The Growth Areas Authority (GAA) still came to PCCLC on 31 January out of respect for those that may not have heard of the late cancellation and provided information to those people.  Another session was also held on 1 February.

There are two remaining information sessions scheduled to be held at the Point Cook Community Learning Centre for residents to speak with representatives from the GAA regarding the Point Cook West Precinct Structure Plan (PCW PSP) as:

  • Tuesday 7 February 6.30 PM to 9.00 PM
  • Wednesday 8 February 7.30 PM to 9.00 PM

If there is a demand they may also arrange weekend meetings. You will need to make a booking for these sessions with the GAA directly via Simon.Cotterill@gaa.vic.gov.au or phone 9651 9635 to book an appointment. If you can’t make the sessions they are happy to discuss over the phone.

PCAG have developed a PCAG GAA PCW PSP Flyer to provide more details for residents.  PCAG is encouraging residents to download this flyer and share it with other local residents.  We are currently getting 500 of these flyers printed for letterbox drops and as posters. Those residents willing to assist with additional printing and/or participate in a letterbox drop to assist in distributing this information over the next week, should email info@pcag.org.au with their name and phone number and you will be contacted with further information on how to get involved.

Please also note that PCAG is encouraging all residents to write to the GAA directly to express any concerns you may have regarding this development.  For more information on how to do this, please check out this guide on how to write a letter in response to the proposed PCW PSP.

Comments

  1. Many thanks for being my personal teacher on this topic. My partner and i enjoyed your own article quite definitely and most of all liked the way in which you handled the issues I regarded as being controversial. You happen to be always really kind towards readers like me and assist me to in my everyday living. Thank you.

  2. Miriam Spiess says

    Thank you for your kind feedback Harris it makes all the hard work worth it. We are all still learning as we go and trying to do our bit to make Point Cook the best suburb it can be. We all love it here and want to ensure that our area is developed responsibly.