Disability Access and Inclusion Plan Engagement Project

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The Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) is a strategic document that outlines the actions that will be taken to improve Access and Inclusion and to foster an equitable environment across the City of Vincent. It is a document that helps guide how we provide services, run events, plan new public spaces and generally ensure access for our whole community. Having a DAIP is also a requirement for all Local Governments under the Disability Services Act 1993.


What’s happening?

Our current DAIP expires in 2022 and we are developing a new Plan for 2022-2027. In order to ensure our new DAIP meets the needs of our community, we will be engaging with our community and stakeholders from the beginning of the development process. A number of engagement sessions will held during the community engagement phase including a community workshop and pop ups at Beatty Park, Pride Fair Day and other events and you can also contribute your ideas and feedback via our survey. For alternative engagement options, you can contact the Project Officer Kate Allen by emailing community.partnerships@vincent.wa.gov.au, calling 9273 6000, sending a message via our Facebook or website chat or in person at the Vincent Community Centre, 99 Loftus Street Leederville.


When is it happening?

The community engagement phase will run from November 2021 until the end of January 2022. Following this, we will use the ideas and feedback received to write our draft Plan. This will then be reviewed by stakeholders and Council in March and April 2022, before the draft Plan is made available for public review in April/ May. Any final changes will be made at this stage, with the Plan then being submitted to the Department of Communities and our Council for formal endorsement.


How can I submit my ideas and feedback, or find out more information?

You can complete the online survey any time until 31 January 2022. For alternative feedback options, you can contact the Project Officer Kate Allen by emailing community.partnerships@vincent.wa.gov.au, calling 9273 6000, sending a message via our Facebook or website chat or in person at the Vincent Community Centre, 99 Loftus Street Leederville.

If you require an interpreter or translator, the following services are available:

National Relay Service (NRS) 133 677 (TTY/ voice calls) or www.relayservice.com.au

Speak and Listen: 1300 555 727

Translating and Interpreting Service: 131 450

Engagement sessions will be advertised here, as well as via our website, Facebook page and in person at events and venues across the City.

The Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) is a strategic document that outlines the actions that will be taken to improve Access and Inclusion and to foster an equitable environment across the City of Vincent. It is a document that helps guide how we provide services, run events, plan new public spaces and generally ensure access for our whole community. Having a DAIP is also a requirement for all Local Governments under the Disability Services Act 1993.


What’s happening?

Our current DAIP expires in 2022 and we are developing a new Plan for 2022-2027. In order to ensure our new DAIP meets the needs of our community, we will be engaging with our community and stakeholders from the beginning of the development process. A number of engagement sessions will held during the community engagement phase including a community workshop and pop ups at Beatty Park, Pride Fair Day and other events and you can also contribute your ideas and feedback via our survey. For alternative engagement options, you can contact the Project Officer Kate Allen by emailing community.partnerships@vincent.wa.gov.au, calling 9273 6000, sending a message via our Facebook or website chat or in person at the Vincent Community Centre, 99 Loftus Street Leederville.


When is it happening?

The community engagement phase will run from November 2021 until the end of January 2022. Following this, we will use the ideas and feedback received to write our draft Plan. This will then be reviewed by stakeholders and Council in March and April 2022, before the draft Plan is made available for public review in April/ May. Any final changes will be made at this stage, with the Plan then being submitted to the Department of Communities and our Council for formal endorsement.


How can I submit my ideas and feedback, or find out more information?

You can complete the online survey any time until 31 January 2022. For alternative feedback options, you can contact the Project Officer Kate Allen by emailing community.partnerships@vincent.wa.gov.au, calling 9273 6000, sending a message via our Facebook or website chat or in person at the Vincent Community Centre, 99 Loftus Street Leederville.

If you require an interpreter or translator, the following services are available:

National Relay Service (NRS) 133 677 (TTY/ voice calls) or www.relayservice.com.au

Speak and Listen: 1300 555 727

Translating and Interpreting Service: 131 450

Engagement sessions will be advertised here, as well as via our website, Facebook page and in person at events and venues across the City.

  • The purpose of this survey is to give us information that will help design our next Disability Access and Inclusion Plan. If you require any assistance to complete this survey or would like a hard copy, please contact our Community Development Team by calling 9273 6000, emailing community.partnerships@vincent.wa.gov.au or visit our Community Centre located at 99 Loftus Street Leederville.

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