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Social Infrastructure Plan 2014-2031

The City of Greater Geelong developed a Social Infrastructure Plan (SIP) in 2014 to provide Council with a blueprint for the planning, investment and delivery of social infrastructure to meet the needs of a growing and changing community.

The City of Greater Geelong has 500 plus social infrastructure buildings worth over $250m for the community to access. These buildings offer a range of services and activities.

To ensure these buildings can meet the needs of the community now and into the future, the City has developed a 15 year plan to assist and guide the planning, investment and delivery of Social Infrastructure.

We are currently undertaking a review of the plan and would like to provide the community with the opportunity to be involved with shaping the future direction of the plan.


What is Social Infrastructure?

The term Social Infrastructure is used to describe a range of community places, spaces and facilities such as community centres, meeting spaces, sports pavilions, libraries, kindergartens, senior citizen’s centres and maternal and child health centres.

All these infrastructure types create positive opportunities for community participation, and are extremely important to the health and well-being of local residents and visitors to our municipality.


In the interactive story map below you can scroll through the text, imagery and interactive maps to learn more about Social Infrastructure, it’s importance, the plan and how you can be involved;


SIP focus groups

As part of the review, we want to engage with the community on the planning principles underpinning the plan.

A range of focus groups will be held during November 2017 providing opportunities for people to be involved. To register your interest to attend submit an expression of interest form.

The insights and outcomes from the Social Infrastructure Plan review consultations will be used to inform a progress report in March 2018.


What's in your neighbourhood?

You can use the map below to view what Social Infrastructure is currently available in your community and around Greater Geelong;



Page last updated: Monday, 6 November 2017
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