Redcliffe foreshore master plan and activation strategy
Moreton Bay Regional Council aims to encourage visitation, improve the amenity of public spaces and create active and vibrant places through Activation Master Plans.
These Master Plans include:
The Master Plans underway are currently being trialled through sites in the Pop-Ups Program
Redcliffe Foreshore Activation Master Plan
The Redcliffe Foreshore Master Plan and Activation Strategy was endorsed by Council in October 2017 following extensive consultation with residents, visitors and local businesses.
Community consultation included survey, online feedback, public displays, local business forums and targeted stakeholder engagements. Throughout this process, the overwhelming message to council was that people wanted to see more pop-up vendors and activations along foreshore precincts.
Council conducted a ‘Pilot Trial Program’ (trial) from 4 May to 30 September 2018. The trial activated many foreshore sites across the peninsula which are identified in the master plan.
Community feedback received during the trial was positive and Council will continue to offer the sites for bookings across the peninsula after September 2018, with exception of sites 4a and 4d which were removed from the program in response to feedback received.
Feedback from vendors during the trial indicated a desire for clustered sites. Therefore, moving forward Council will take a more flexible approach for clustered sites, notwithstanding the 50-metre separation guideline under the Redcliffe Foreshore Master Plan.
View the Redcliffe Foreshore Master Plan and Activation Strategy [PDF 12MB].
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