The City of Melbourne is asking for residents to provide their feedback about their day-to-day experiences in the Victorian capital, in order to pinpoint areas where improvements could be made. The upcoming Places for People study gives people the opportunity to have their voice and opinions heard, which could be great for owners of property in Brunswick hoping to influence the city's growth.
Lord mayor Robert Doyle said the study, which takes place every 10 years, helps put the public spaces and utilities that people use each and every day under the microscope in order to gain a clear, concise perspective on what could be changed.
"Our city is growing at a rapid pace and it's critical that we take a snapshot of our current urban life to observe and analyse how the city is functioning. Places for People 2015 will provide the city with a better understanding of people's daily reality and will inform our future thinking and planning to make Melbourne the best city it can be," said Mr Doyle in a 27 March statement.
Be sure to submit your views to the study and be a part of the future growth of Victoria's capital city.