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The community are invited to attend a Byron Bay Town Centre Draft Masterplan community presentation session at the Byron Bay Community Centre Theatre on Friday March 18.

Council staff say two session times are available: 2pm and 5.30pm. Registrations can be via email at [email protected], or register at the door prior to the session time.

Masterplan consultants McGregor Coxall will be presenting the draft masterplan and there will be a Q&A session. Staff say, ‘This is a great opportunity to get inside the plan, understand how the community input was developed into the key strategies, ask questions and participate with feedback.’

The draft plan is available at www.byron.nsw.gov.au or the project website: www.byronbayourplan.com.au, which also includes the project report and other ­materials.


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