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Council has been considering changes to the ground floor operations of the Braidwood office and library since June 2019, with the design being subject to consultation with staff and the community on a number of occasions.
Following strong community and staff feedback in 2019, the plans were revised to ensure that access was maintained from Wallace St and that the plans reflected the requirements of both the community and staff into the future. Revised plans were developed in consultation with staff, the Braidwood Community Association and the Braidwood and Curtilage Heritage Committee prior to further public consultation in October-November 2020.
Features of the revised plans for the ground floor of 144 Wallace Street include:
To provide for a joint library and customer service counter, the current children’s library will need to be relocated within the library, noting that it will not be reduced in size and the library will offer the same programs that are currently provided. As part of the works in the library, Council will engage a library design specialist, as used with the recent refurbishment of the Queanbeyan library, to review the layout and operations of the library. This will improve functionality of the library and provide a better user experience.
We are currently finalising designs before seeking tenders for the construction work.
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