Logan Central - Our civic and cultural heart

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Logan Central Summit Outcomes

At the conclusion of the Logan Central Summit and community engagement period, a total of 679 submissions were received with 902 ideas on a future Logan Central.

A summary (PDF 2611 KB) of all the summit ideas resulted in the identification of 27 key actions, comprising of 49 initiatives that align with the four urban design themes.

The summit ideas will be reflected in an updated Implementation Plan which will outline short, medium and long term projects for Logan Central.

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Project Update

The Logan Central Summit held on the 11th of May was a great success with close to 200 people attending the event. The summit facilitated by the team from CoDesign Studio and Logan City Council brought together an impressive list of guest speakers including Cathryn Chatburn from Urban Enquiry, Jim Gleeson from Plan C and Roland Dillon from McKinsey and Co.

The attendees also played a valuable role in helping to identify priorities and delivery timeframe around four key areas, Connections, Context & Custodianship, Choice & Character and Collaboration & Connectivity. The summit was wrapped up with a panel discussion around stimulating business activity from the ground up and the role of locally-led activation, with panel members including Amy Grey from Vibrant Places, Uncle Barry Watson, Elder in Residence and Bronwyn Buksh from Sun Central sharing their thoughts. All in all a productive day.

We are continuing to seek community feedback on Logan Central – Our civic and cultural heart until 4 June 2018. You can drop a pin on the map below and share your ideas.

Original Consultation

Logan City Council is looking ahead the next 20 years and are committed to unlocking the economic and place making potential to develop a progressive and vibrant network of city centres for the future City of Logan.

Building on the planning that has been done to date, Council is now transitioning from 'visioning' to 'doing'. The Logan Central Summit will focus on how key government, industry, business owners, landowners and the community can collaborate and provide insight into harnessing strengths and capitalising on opportunities to help develop Logan Central as our civic and cultural heart.

If you are connected to Logan Central, we want to hear from you!

There are many ways that you can have your say on the future of Logan Central. As a starting point, please take the survey below and check out the 'Key Dates' section of this page for all Logan Central Summit related events and engagement opportunities. This will be a child friendly event with a 'kids zone' being set up by the Communities for Children team.


Logan Central Summit Outcomes

At the conclusion of the Logan Central Summit and community engagement period, a total of 679 submissions were received with 902 ideas on a future Logan Central.

A summary (PDF 2611 KB) of all the summit ideas resulted in the identification of 27 key actions, comprising of 49 initiatives that align with the four urban design themes.

The summit ideas will be reflected in an updated Implementation Plan which will outline short, medium and long term projects for Logan Central.

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Project Update

The Logan Central Summit held on the 11th of May was a great success with close to 200 people attending the event. The summit facilitated by the team from CoDesign Studio and Logan City Council brought together an impressive list of guest speakers including Cathryn Chatburn from Urban Enquiry, Jim Gleeson from Plan C and Roland Dillon from McKinsey and Co.

The attendees also played a valuable role in helping to identify priorities and delivery timeframe around four key areas, Connections, Context & Custodianship, Choice & Character and Collaboration & Connectivity. The summit was wrapped up with a panel discussion around stimulating business activity from the ground up and the role of locally-led activation, with panel members including Amy Grey from Vibrant Places, Uncle Barry Watson, Elder in Residence and Bronwyn Buksh from Sun Central sharing their thoughts. All in all a productive day.

We are continuing to seek community feedback on Logan Central – Our civic and cultural heart until 4 June 2018. You can drop a pin on the map below and share your ideas.

Original Consultation

Logan City Council is looking ahead the next 20 years and are committed to unlocking the economic and place making potential to develop a progressive and vibrant network of city centres for the future City of Logan.

Building on the planning that has been done to date, Council is now transitioning from 'visioning' to 'doing'. The Logan Central Summit will focus on how key government, industry, business owners, landowners and the community can collaborate and provide insight into harnessing strengths and capitalising on opportunities to help develop Logan Central as our civic and cultural heart.

If you are connected to Logan Central, we want to hear from you!

There are many ways that you can have your say on the future of Logan Central. As a starting point, please take the survey below and check out the 'Key Dates' section of this page for all Logan Central Summit related events and engagement opportunities. This will be a child friendly event with a 'kids zone' being set up by the Communities for Children team.


Logan Central Map

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Share your ideas and insights by dragging and dropping a pin onto the map of Logan Central.

Share your ideas and insights by dragging and dropping a pin onto the map of Logan Central.

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