Phase One of the re:imagine Gold Creek Country Club consultation is now complete. During Phase One we were focused on gathering peoples’ views and values; and trying to understand what they would like to see in the area and what they wouldn’t like to see in the area. During this phase
Whilst golf remains an important part of the lives of some sectors of the community, statistics show that golf participation in Australia is declining. To ‘future proof’ golf as a sport and recreational activity, declining participation and financial viability need to be considered as real issues for the sport of
The re:imagine Gold Creek Country Club People’s Panel met for the first time on Saturday 28th April. To ensure transparency the group will be issuing an agreed communique following each meeting. Click to view the Communique from the first meeting.
We have had a lot of questions about the People’s Panel. What is it? What will it do? How will we select the members? The People’s Panel is an adaptation of a Citizen’s Jury. The ACT Government has held its first Citizen’s Jury this year to explore the Compulsory Third Party
On 11 April representatives of re:imagine Gold Creek Country Club presented at the Gungahlin Community Council meeting. A good crowd attended and there were lots of questions and feedback given. We have made a record of the feedback we received as part of our record of consultation.
The re:imagine Gold Creek Country Club community conversation officially launched today. The Gold Creek Country Club continues to be a part of the Gungahlin community, however it is changing, with plans to bring a new modern short-course game to Canberra. This provides an exciting opportunity for the community of Gungahlin