The ACT government is asking residents of Belconnen apartments and houses to have their say on the shopping precincts in the surrounding area.
The campaign is part of the government's ongoing mission to improve the safety and access to the shopping centres around the territory.
Diana Hill, manager of design and development, asked members of the community in an August 12 news release to come forward and share their experiences with the shops at Florey and Evatt, as the public input will help shape the planned refurbishment.
Residents can do this by either attending a drop-in session in person or completing an online survey.
"The proposed upgrade of the shops will revitalise the areas, providing locals and traders with safer, more accessible and attractive centres," Ms Hill said.
She explained that the plans for refurbishment will focus on areas such as community gathering spaces, lighting, landscaping and accessibility.
Drop-in sessions for the Florey shops will begin on August 31, while submissions for the Evatt shops will open on August 22.
Members of the public can also provide their feedback online at www.timetotalk.act.gov.au.
This will be a great opportunity for owners of Belconnen real estate to have a direct say in some of the region's main shopping areas.