Mount Isa City Council is pleased to release the two draft concept design layouts for the proposed Centennial Place project.
People are urged to choose their preferred design layout option – Concept A or B – and provide their feedback to fine-tune the final design. The designs also include some images which are indicative only.
Council will also be holding two community engagement sessions to provide further details about the planned project.
The first session will be held on Monday, November 15, at 5.30pm in the Council Chambers on West Street. Residents who would like to attend this session can register their details at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9G6W668.
The second session will be held on Wednesday, November 24, at 5.30pm in the Council Chambers.
The two concept designs are for a multi-use community space, to be known as Centennial Place, at the former Harvey Norman site in the Mount Isa CBD, on the corner of Miles Street and Grace Street.
Stakeholders – including local business representatives, Councillors and members of the Mount Isa 100 Years Committee – were invited to attend information sessions or a workshop in mid-September as part of the design development process.
The community’s preferred design and final plans will then go to Council for adoption before further steps are taken.