The Central Coast Regional Plan 2036 represents a whole of Government commitment to the vision and directions for the Central oast. It provides an overarching framework that guides the preparation of detailed land use plans, the determination of development proposals and informs infrastructure funding.
The Regional Plan sets planning priorities for the Central Coast, with medium and longer-term actions to be determined according to rates of growth and change in our population and economy over the life of the document.
The Regional Plan is accompanied by a two-year Implementation Plan that sets out governance, tasks, responsibilities and timing for delivery of the Regional Plan.
The Central Coast Implementation Plan 2018-2020 is the second two-year implementation plan to ensure accountability to realise the vision of the Regional Plan. The priorities have been adjusted towards the next phase of planning for the region’s growth and change to 2036.
The Regional Plan is only as good as its delivery. Achieving the vision for the Central Coast is a shared responsibility between the NSW Government, Central Coast Council, along with business, industry, institutions and the community. Responsibility for delivering the goals set out in the Regional Plan is also shared.
The purpose of this Implementation Plan is to:
The delivery of the 110 actions of the Regional Plan will be through 7 implementation focus areas. These focus areas best articulate the immediate priorities for the Regional Plan’s implementation.
View the Central Coast Regional Implementation Plan 2018-2020 (PDF, 1.5MB)
Monitoring Reports provide an overview of work undertaken by the NSW Government, local councils and other stakeholders to implement the Central Coast Regional Plan 2036.
The Reports identify key achievements for delivering on the goals, directions and actions of the Regional Plan and outline progress on the delivery of priority actions over the period. The reports also outline the work plan that will be progressed over the next 12 months.