THE Smithton Landscape Development Plan is at last in its final stages.
The Circular Head Council will meet tomorrow night for its ordinary council meeting and consider endorsing the Smithton Landscape Development Plan 2014.
The Circular Head Council asked its strategic project officers to develop a plan to beautify Smithton after the 2013-2014 budget deliberations.
The council endorsed the draft version at its May meeting then put it up for public comment for four weeks.
The plan contains details of site concepts, recommendations and schedules.
The result will be eventual landscape upgrades to enhance Smithton’s key areas.
Eighteen priority sites have been identified.
The council hopes through these upgrades, Smithton will, over time, attract more tourists and create a sense of place for the community.
Some of the priority sites include the Bass Highway at Irishtown Road, to ensure the entry to Smithton looks well maintained and “forms a broad, green foreground to the formal landscape plantings at the prominent Tasmanian Dairy Products site”, the plan stated.
Brittons Road, Goldie Street, the Duck River Co- Op building, roundabouts, the Duck River Bridge and many more sites are up for an upgrade as funds become available.
The total cost is expected to be about $280,000.
The council meeting will be held at the council chambers in Goldie Street, Smithton, from 6pm tomorrow.
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