Frances Township Master Plan

Show us what a future Frances looks like.

Last year the Frances community was invited to contribute ideas and suggestions to ensure Frances is an attractive and vibrant town now and in the future.

The views expressed by the community have been used to develop a draft Frances Master Plan.

The Master Plan identifies projects for Council to focus on as well as identifying community led projects.

Some of the proposed projects will require consultation with other key stake holders such as DPTI and local industries to ensure a successful outcome.

The aims and objectives of the Master Plan is to provide clear and agreed direction for future development of Frances.

Council is the custodian of the plan but its implementation is reliant on the community, businesses, State Government and Council to implement.

Have we got it right?

Get involved

Find out more, let us know if the draft Master Plan is on track and have your say as follows:

Download the Master Plan by clicking here

Attend the drop in session at: Frances General Store, 12 June between 11.30am to 12.30pm

Online: Complete the online survey here (To comment online you may need to register to get involved. To register click on the brown register button. To find out more about registering click here).

Alternatively you can download and print a paper version of the feedback form by clicking here.

Write to us at: Frances Master Plan, PO Box 555, Naracoorte SA 5271 or email council@nlc.sa.gov.au or deliver to Council Office, DeGaris Place, Naracoorte

All input received will be collated and provided in a report to a Council meeting.


Consultation closes on 30 June 2019.


Background

Theme 4 of Council’s Strategic Plan is Liveable neighbourhoods - a range of well-planned neighbourhoods and public space, designed with a strong sense of identity and place.

The outcomes for this theme are:

  • A well-planned district that meets the current and future needs of the community

To achieve this Council needs to proactively plan and develop townships to meet the needs of the community.

This includes developing a Master Plan for the Frances township in partnership with the community.


Show us what a future Frances looks like.

Last year the Frances community was invited to contribute ideas and suggestions to ensure Frances is an attractive and vibrant town now and in the future.

The views expressed by the community have been used to develop a draft Frances Master Plan.

The Master Plan identifies projects for Council to focus on as well as identifying community led projects.

Some of the proposed projects will require consultation with other key stake holders such as DPTI and local industries to ensure a successful outcome.

The aims and objectives of the Master Plan is to provide clear and agreed direction for future development of Frances.

Council is the custodian of the plan but its implementation is reliant on the community, businesses, State Government and Council to implement.

Have we got it right?

Get involved

Find out more, let us know if the draft Master Plan is on track and have your say as follows:

Download the Master Plan by clicking here

Attend the drop in session at: Frances General Store, 12 June between 11.30am to 12.30pm

Online: Complete the online survey here (To comment online you may need to register to get involved. To register click on the brown register button. To find out more about registering click here).

Alternatively you can download and print a paper version of the feedback form by clicking here.

Write to us at: Frances Master Plan, PO Box 555, Naracoorte SA 5271 or email council@nlc.sa.gov.au or deliver to Council Office, DeGaris Place, Naracoorte

All input received will be collated and provided in a report to a Council meeting.


Consultation closes on 30 June 2019.


Background

Theme 4 of Council’s Strategic Plan is Liveable neighbourhoods - a range of well-planned neighbourhoods and public space, designed with a strong sense of identity and place.

The outcomes for this theme are:

  • A well-planned district that meets the current and future needs of the community

To achieve this Council needs to proactively plan and develop townships to meet the needs of the community.

This includes developing a Master Plan for the Frances township in partnership with the community.