Access and Inclusion Plan 2022-2027

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The public comment period for the AIP 2022-2027 has now closed. The responses are being analysed and the revised Plan will be presented to Council in February 2023 for final endorsement.

The City of South Perth is seeking your feedback on the draft Access and Inclusion Plan 2022-2027 (AIP).

The City of South Perth has had a Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) since 2009 and has now developed our first Access and Inclusion Plan (AIP), which will replace the DAIP. The AIP takes an expanded approach towards creating a more accessible and inclusive community for all people. This includes, but is not limited to, people with a disability, young people, the elderly, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, disadvantaged people, and people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. The AIP will also promote gender equality.

Following stakeholder and community engagement in August and September 2022, the draft Access and Inclusion Plan (AIP) has been endorsed by Council to go out for public comment. The draft AIP contains seven outcome areas, each with a set of actions which have been updated based on the feedback received, which included changes in terminology and new actions relating to visual aids and additional accessible formats for providing feedback to the City.

We want to know what you think of the draft AIP.

How can I give my feedback?

Feedback closed at 4pm, Wednesday 21 December 2022.

The public comment period for the AIP 2022-2027 has now closed. The responses are being analysed and the revised Plan will be presented to Council in February 2023 for final endorsement.

The City of South Perth is seeking your feedback on the draft Access and Inclusion Plan 2022-2027 (AIP).

The City of South Perth has had a Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) since 2009 and has now developed our first Access and Inclusion Plan (AIP), which will replace the DAIP. The AIP takes an expanded approach towards creating a more accessible and inclusive community for all people. This includes, but is not limited to, people with a disability, young people, the elderly, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, disadvantaged people, and people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. The AIP will also promote gender equality.

Following stakeholder and community engagement in August and September 2022, the draft Access and Inclusion Plan (AIP) has been endorsed by Council to go out for public comment. The draft AIP contains seven outcome areas, each with a set of actions which have been updated based on the feedback received, which included changes in terminology and new actions relating to visual aids and additional accessible formats for providing feedback to the City.

We want to know what you think of the draft AIP.

How can I give my feedback?

Feedback closed at 4pm, Wednesday 21 December 2022.

Page last updated: 25 Jan 2023, 11:24 AM