Almost 500 children and young people, and approximately 40 adults, from all over the Blue Mountains were consulted through group conversations or surveys
They described a Blue Mountains which has retained a unique character with regard to both its built and environmental heritage, while gaining the benefits of sympathetic and environmentally sustainable development.
They aspired to communities which are safe, welcoming, friendly, accepting and respectful.
There was a desire for fairness, and for opportunities, services and facilities to be available equally across the community.
They hoped for more opportunities to be healthy, and to connect with peers and people of all ages and backgrounds through inclusive public spaces, events and recreational spaces.
Safe, well maintained streets with proper lighting, along with adequate foot paths, bike paths, trains, buses and town centres were seen as important enablers for connecting with others and being active.
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Harwood Community Consultation Report 2016