Public to help plan to 2030

IT’S now almost a year since the Coffs Harbour 2030 Plan went on public display as a means to map the region’s strategic directions over the next 20 years.

Adopted by the Coffs Harbour City Council in December last year, the policy has in recent times been the subject of a successful funding applications made by the 2030 advisory group.

In a report to the community, the advisory group says it has received a NSW Environmental Trust grant to work with the community in the implementation of the 2030 plan.

With the announcement, the group has also called for community support and volunteers to come forward and join the advisory group.

“We are asking for people and others to help us implement the plan by applying to join the 2030 advisory group,” said Lynn Delgado.

“This year has been a busy one, with the new NSW Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework becoming legislation – the 2030 Plan is the lynchpin of this framework.”

Council has now realigned their four-year delivery plan and their one-year operational plan to meet this framework.

If you have any questions please call Lynn Delgado on 6648 4646.



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