Help us create a more inclusive and accessible city for people with disability

Help us create a more inclusive and accessible city for people with disability


This consultation is open for contributions.

We’re developing our fifth inclusion (disability) action plan. We want to hear from people with disability, people with mental health conditions, and people with caring responsibilities about how we can create a more inclusive city.

Our vision is for an inclusive and accessible city, where people with disability have equitable opportunities to participate in social and cultural life, in meaningful employment and decision making processes.  An inclusive city is one where people with disability are viewed positively by the wider community and acknowledged and celebrated for their diverse contributions and experiences.

Why we’re developing this plan

We’ve developed consultation summary papers, including an easy read version to help explain why we’re developing this plan and what we want to hear from you.

How you can give feedback

There are 3 ways you can be involved and provide us with your feedback.

1. Attend an online workshop

We’re holding online workshops in September 2020 and invite the following people to be involved:

  • people with disability
  • people with caring responsibilities
  • people with mental health conditions
  • people who work in the disability sector.

To attend a workshop for community members:

Book now

To attend a workshop for people who work in the disability sector:

Book now

2. Complete our online survey

Please provide feedback to inform the development of our next inclusion (disability) action plan through our online survey.

3. Speak to us on the phone

If you would prefer to talk to us over the phone please give us a call to make an appointment on 02 9265 9333.

If you don’t speak English and require a language interpreter, please call the National Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450. You'll need to provide our phone number 02 9265 9333.

If you're Deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech impairment, you can contact us through the National Relay Service. You'll need to provide our phone number 02 9265 9333.

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Key dates

Public consultation period
31 August to 9 October 2020

Community workshops:

  • 22 September, 1pm–2.30pm
  • 24 September, 5pm–6.30pm

Disability sector workshop:

  • 30 September, 10am–11.30am


Hannah Schulz-Fulham
Social Policy Officer – Access and Inclusion
02 9265 9333

Ali Dexter
Senior Project Manager – Community Consultation

Covid-19 response

We’re changing how we consult and connect with our communities in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

We know our residents, workers and visitors are focused on social distancing and health and wellbeing, and many are experiencing economic stress.

While how we consult with you may look a little different, we still want to hear from you and provide plenty of opportunities to have your say on the projects and programs that affect you.

Last updated: Thursday, 3 September 2020