The NSW Government is renewing its focus on growing regional economies and communities by committing to deliver a range of catalyst projects in the regional plans.
The Central Coast Regional Plan Monitoring Report 2017
is an overview of work undertaken so far by the NSW Government and stakeholders to implement the goals, directions and actions set out in the Central Coast Regional Plan 2036
Released in October 2016, the Central Coast Regional Plan
is one of nine regional plans providing a vision and direction for land use planning priorities as well as decisions addressing future needs for housing, jobs, infrastructure and a healthy environment.
The monitoring report lists key achievements and regional highlights from the first year of this plan in action. It also sets out priority activities that will be progressed over the next 12 months.
Key achievements and highlights of the Central Coast Regional Plan Monitoring Report 2017 include:
- Issuing Gateway Determinations with potential for 420 jobs and 800 dwellings.
- Engaging the Government Architect to revitalise the Gosford CBD
- Supporting the Gosford Hospital redevelopment with a $350 million investment
- Identifying 1,850 hectares of available industrial lands giving certainty to enable investment of $66 million worth of industrial activities.
Download the Central Coast Regional Plan Monitoring Report 2017 (PDF, 1.6MB)
Download the monitoring report