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Apartment dwellers help shape local services

16 March 2016

Kingston Council is surveying apartment dwellers to help plan for the future.

The number of people living in apartments in Kingston is expected to rise from 2011 levels of 1% of the population to 16% of the population by 2031.

Mayor Tamsin Bearsley said Council wanted to hear from people currently living in apartments, or planning to in the next five years.

“With more apartments being built in Kingston, we’re keen to find out who’s moving in and what services they need,” Cr Bearsley said. “Are they young families looking for kindergartens or empty nesters needing a seniors club to join?  This survey will help us plan ahead to ensure the right services are provided.”

The survey includes:

  • demographics
  • why people have chosen to live in an apartment in Kingston
  • local services, facilities and infrastructure that would be most useful.

The online survey is open until Thursday 28 April at

A hard copy version is also available by phoning 1300 653 356.

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