Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) - Tell us what you think
The Town of East Fremantle’s DAIP 2012-2016 is currently under review and we are undertaking the community consultation component of the review process by means of a survey.
The survey is open to all interested residents and visitors to the Town.
Click here to go to the survey.
The purpose of the review is to assess how well the strategies are overcoming barriers and achieving the outcomes of the DAIP. It will assist the Town to identify if activity undertaken through the plan has achieved the proposed DAIP objectives, and give the Town the opportunity to update our strategies.
Your feedback is a vital element in our progressing access and inclusion within the Town of East Fremantle. We look forward to hearing from you
The Disability Services Act 1993 (amended 2004) requires local government authorities to review their DAIPs at least every five years. Local government authorities must undertake community consultation, in accordance with the regulations, whenever reviewing or amending a DAIP.