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The Central Coast Regional Plan 2036 represents a whole-of-government commitment to the vision and directions for the Central Coast. The Regional Plan 2036 was accompanied by a 2-year implementation plan that set out governance, tasks, responsibilities, and timing for delivery.

 

The Central Coast Implementation Plan 2018–2020 was the second 2-year implementation plan. It set out how the Central Coast Regional Plan 2036 will deliver jobs, housing, conservation planning and revitalisation for the region.

 

The delivery of the 110 actions of the regional plan was through the following 7 implementation focus areas. These focus areas articulated the immediate priorities for the regional plan’s implementation.

  • Promote economic growth, jobs and development in strategic centres and growth corridors.
  • Address land-use needs west of the M1 Pacific Motorway.
  • Improve knowledge of housing and employment land supply and demand to support better decision-making.
  • Improve planning outcomes for the Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council.
  • Revitalise Gosford City Centre.
  • Support integration of implementation priorities in council’s work program.
  • Coordinate strategic conservation planning for the region.

 

View the Implementation Plan 2018–2020

 

Monitoring reports

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.

 

Reports available for download:

 

Plans, reports and fact sheets

 

Strategies, maps and fact sheets

Page last updated: 01/06/2022