The NSW government has developed nine Regional Plans across the state to provide vision and direction for strategic planning and land use, planning for the regions’ future need for housing, jobs, infrastructure and a healthy environment.
The Regional Plans identify priority actions and catalyst initiatives focused on housing delivery, employment opportunities, improving the vibrancy of communities and conserving the environment.
The Central Coast Regional Plan 2036 was launched on 14 October 2016. The regional plan was approved by Cabinet and represents a whole of government commitment to the outcomes set out in the plan. This report outlines work undertaken over the last 12 months by local and state government and stakeholders to deliver on the Central Coast Regional Plan 2036, along with the work that will be done over the next 12 months to continue delivering on these key initiatives. The Monitoring Report is a whole of government document reflecting the efforts of all stakeholders to deliver on the priority actions.