The Central Coast Regional Plan (2036) aims to build a strong economy capable of generating jobs, providing greater housing choice, essential infrastructure, lively centres for shopping, entertainment and dining, and protecting the natural environment.
We'll deliver our vision through 4 goals:
The Central Coast's economic strengths lie in its skilled workforce, proximity to Sydney, growing population, natural environment and resources.
The region's natural environment is its distinguishing feature. Kilometres of ocean foreshore, coastal lakes, rivers, estuaries, lagoons, valleys and mountains have created corridors that have shaped the region's development.
The region’s abundance of natural assets – beaches, bush and waterways – offers attractive lifestyles and settings, for a network of centres that service the region's population.
Providing a variety of housing types, including more affordable options in both existing and new areas across the region will allow people to age-in-place and maintain their connections with social networks and family.
A list of definitions and the reference sources for the Central Coast Regional Plan.