Your Say Bayside

Welcome to Have Your Say Bayside - Bayside's online community engagement portal.

This site will be used to engage with you over various issues and projects that interest and affect you.

With this site we can:

  • Share information
  • Hear your views, comments and ideas
  • Answer any questions you have 
  • Have discussions with other people in the community
  • Get feedback and input

You can have your say anytime and anywhere.  Whether that's at home, on the train, or at your local library.  All you need is internet access and an email address.  if you haven't already simply REGISTER become involved.

Welcome to Have Your Say Bayside - Bayside's online community engagement portal.

This site will be used to engage with you over various issues and projects that interest and affect you.

With this site we can:

  • Share information
  • Hear your views, comments and ideas
  • Answer any questions you have 
  • Have discussions with other people in the community
  • Get feedback and input

You can have your say anytime and anywhere.  Whether that's at home, on the train, or at your local library.  All you need is internet access and an email address.  if you haven't already simply REGISTER become involved.

Current Projects

  • Middle Brighton Baths

    What can we do to make Middle Brighton Baths a safer and more attractive place?
    We are gathering a variety of information about the site, including how you use it and what you would like to see. All of this information will then be used to develop draft scenarios and management options for the site.

    What can we do to make Middle Brighton Baths a safer and more attractive place?
    We are gathering a variety of information about the site, including how you use it and what you would like to see. All of this information will then be used to develop draft scenarios and management options for the site.

    by City of Bayside 20 Nov 2014, 11:21 AM
  • Dendy Street Beach Redevelopment

    Bayside City Council would like to extend its thanks to over 300 people who provided feedback on their preferred look for the new pavilion on Dendy Street Beach online and at the drop in sessions.

    Members of the public were invited to comment on five different styles that ranged from the simple through to more architecturally innovative designs. 'Natural and Beachy' proved the most popular but the number one reason people preferred some styles over others was that they complimented the natural environment. There was, of course, some difference of opinion in how this was interpreted.

    Council is now in....Read more
    Bayside City Council would like to extend its thanks to over 300 people who provided feedback on their preferred look for the new pavilion on Dendy Street Beach online and at the drop in sessions.

    Members of the public were invited to comment on five different styles that ranged from the simple through to more architecturally innovative designs. 'Natural and Beachy' proved the most popular but the number one reason people preferred some styles over others was that they complimented the natural environment. There was, of course, some difference of opinion in how this was interpreted.

    Council is now in the process of finalising the architect for the project and expects to award the contract at it's meeting in December 2014. The Engagement Report will be provided to the successful contractor as part of the design brief to help to guide their work on the project.

    A copy of this engagement report can be found in the document library on the Dendy Street Beach page.


    by City of Bayside 07 Nov 2014, 10:52 AM
  • Marine Education and Science Centre at Ricketts Point

    It is proposed to redevelop the Beaumaris Yacht Club within its existing footprint to include a Marine Education Science and Community Centre at Ricketts Point.

    The vision is to create a not-for-profit, multi-use, environmentally friendly facility designed to foster sailing, marine science and associated community interests, that is fully accessible to people with a disability. 

    Council is working with the Marine Education Science and Community Centre Inc (MESAC) to investigate this proposal. MESAC is a new organisation with representatives from the Beaumaris Yacht Club, Marine Care Ricketts Point, RMIT University, Parks....Read more

    It is proposed to redevelop the Beaumaris Yacht Club within its existing footprint to include a Marine Education Science and Community Centre at Ricketts Point.

    The vision is to create a not-for-profit, multi-use, environmentally friendly facility designed to foster sailing, marine science and associated community interests, that is fully accessible to people with a disability. 

    Council is working with the Marine Education Science and Community Centre Inc (MESAC) to investigate this proposal. MESAC is a new organisation with representatives from the Beaumaris Yacht Club, Marine Care Ricketts Point, RMIT University, Parks Victoria and Department of Environment & Primary Industries.



    by City of Bayside 24 Feb 2014, 10:10 AM
  • Martin Street Structure Plan

    Welcome to the Martin Street Structure Plan page where you have your chance to have your say on the long term plan for the area. 
    Consultation on Ideas and Opportunities for the Martin Street Structure Plan is now underway!
    You may remember receiving a brochure asking for your thoughts and ideas on the future of the Martin Street late last year. Council has considered your feedback and used it, in combination with background research and analysis, to identify a series of ideas and opportunities for the Centre to be addressed within the future Structure Plan.

    Welcome to the Martin Street Structure Plan page where you have your chance to have your say on the long term plan for the area. 
    Consultation on Ideas and Opportunities for the Martin Street Structure Plan is now underway!
    You may remember receiving a brochure asking for your thoughts and ideas on the future of the Martin Street late last year. Council has considered your feedback and used it, in combination with background research and analysis, to identify a series of ideas and opportunities for the Centre to be addressed within the future Structure Plan.

    by City of Bayside 14 Nov 2013, 04:46 PM