The St Peter’s Parish Committee is planning to undertake a strategic redevelopment and masterplanning process to upgrade their precinct and facilities in Bedford. The first steps proposed in this process are redeveloping the Priest’s House and Hall and the paying down of debt using funds from the sale of a house at 98 Wood Street.
The Parish Committee contracted community engagement consultants Creating Community to deliver a workshop with Parishioners to inform their planning processes. The appointed project architect Fred Chaney, from Taylor, Robinson, Chaney and Broderick Pty Ltd was also in attendance to hear the feedback from the attendees.
The objectives of the workshop were to:
- Engage with Parish stakeholders to inform them about St Peter’s master planning process
- Seek input from the Parish community on the master planning process, in particular the proposal to redevelop the Priest’s House and Hall and the paying down of debt using funds from the sale of a house at 98 Wood Street.
- Inform the future plans and used of assets in the Parish precinct – through identification of the issues, opportunities, challenges and solutions that will enable a high quality plan to be developed
Purpose of this Report
This document is a report of the findings from the interactive workshop held with Parishioners and reflects the feedback from participants regarding the Strategic Redevelopment Project and Masterplanning process. This report will be used to help inform the future planning and potential redevelopment of St Peter’s Parish assets and facilities.
Download the Full Report: Strategic Redevelopment Project: Workshop Report