Draft Access and Inclusion Plan on Public Exhibition

Consultation has concluded

Hawkesbury City Council is seeking community comment on the Draft Access and Inclusion Plan.

The Plan identifies actions to be undertaken by Council to promote access and inclusion and non-discriminatory practices in the provision of services and the operation of facilities for the benefit of residents and visitors to the Hawkesbury. The Plan is also intended to provide guidance to community groups and the business sector on the practical implementation of access and inclusion strategies.

We invite you to review the Draft Access and Inclusion Plan and provide your feedback by 5.00pm 19 September 2014.

………it’s Your Hawkesbury - have Your Say.

Hawkesbury City Council is seeking community comment on the Draft Access and Inclusion Plan.

The Plan identifies actions to be undertaken by Council to promote access and inclusion and non-discriminatory practices in the provision of services and the operation of facilities for the benefit of residents and visitors to the Hawkesbury. The Plan is also intended to provide guidance to community groups and the business sector on the practical implementation of access and inclusion strategies.

We invite you to review the Draft Access and Inclusion Plan and provide your feedback by 5.00pm 19 September 2014.

………it’s Your Hawkesbury - have Your Say.

Consultation has concluded
  • Access and Inclusion Grants Now Available

    over 4 years ago

    Hawkesbury City Council now offers the opportunity for businesses in the Hawkesbury to improve access to their premises.

    Council officers will support your business to undertake an access and inclusion audit and grants.

    Grants are available on a 50:50 basis to assist in funding access upgrades.

    For further information or to arrange an Access and Inclusion audit please contact Council's Community Programs Coordinator, Meagan Ang on (02) 4560 4502.


    Hawkesbury City Council now offers the opportunity for businesses in the Hawkesbury to improve access to their premises.

    Council officers will support your business to undertake an access and inclusion audit and grants.

    Grants are available on a 50:50 basis to assist in funding access upgrades.

    For further information or to arrange an Access and Inclusion audit please contact Council's Community Programs Coordinator, Meagan Ang on (02) 4560 4502.


  • Draft Access and Inclusion Plan on Public Exhibition

    almost 4 years ago
    CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded

    Hawkesbury City Council is seeking community comment on the Draft Access and Inclusion Plan.

    The Plan identifies actions to be undertaken by Council to promote access and inclusion and non-discriminatory practices in the provision of services and the operation of facilities for the benefit of residents and visitors to the Hawkesbury. The Plan is also intended to provide guidance to community groups and the business sector on the practical implementation of access and inclusion strategies. 

    We invite you to review the Draft Access and Inclusion Plan online. Hard copies are also available at the following locations:

    • Council Offices, 366 George Street, Windsor
    • Hawkesbury Central Library, Windsor
    • Richmond Branch Library

    The community is invited to provide comment on the exhibited Plan via written submissions sent to Council by any of the methods listed below by close of business on Friday, 19 September 2014:

    For more information please contact Council’s Community Programs Coordinator, Meagan Ang on (02) 4560 4502 or email mang@hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au.

    Hawkesbury City Council is seeking community comment on the Draft Access and Inclusion Plan.

    The Plan identifies actions to be undertaken by Council to promote access and inclusion and non-discriminatory practices in the provision of services and the operation of facilities for the benefit of residents and visitors to the Hawkesbury. The Plan is also intended to provide guidance to community groups and the business sector on the practical implementation of access and inclusion strategies. 

    We invite you to review the Draft Access and Inclusion Plan online. Hard copies are also available at the following locations:

    • Council Offices, 366 George Street, Windsor
    • Hawkesbury Central Library, Windsor
    • Richmond Branch Library

    The community is invited to provide comment on the exhibited Plan via written submissions sent to Council by any of the methods listed below by close of business on Friday, 19 September 2014:

    For more information please contact Council’s Community Programs Coordinator, Meagan Ang on (02) 4560 4502 or email mang@hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au.