Local Strategic Plan maps out projects for next five years
21 June 2016
Central Tablelands Local Land Services is proud to announce the launch of the Central Tablelands Local Strategic Plan 2016-2021. Some of the priorities of the plan are to focus efforts on engagement and empowerment of communities, the enhancement of natural ecosystems, the performance of agricultural industries and the management of pest plant and animal impacts for the next five years.
Each of the 11 Local Land Services regions across NSW has developed a local strategic plan that sets out strategies for working with land managers and the community to improve primary production across healthy landscapes.
Ian Rogan, acting Chair of Central Tablelands Local Land Services said the local strategies were tailored to meet the issues, risks and opportunities that characterise the communities, industries and landscapes of the region.
“The integrated service delivery model that is now in place provides greater opportunities to work with land managers and the community,” Mr Rogan said.
“We are looking forward to working with land managers and the community over the next five years to connect research and development with our advisory services.
We aim to provide data, information and knowledge that supports land managers and customers with their decision making.”
The 2016-26 State Strategic Plan and 11 local strategic plans were finalised after a six-week consultation process that attracted more than 270 submissions from stakeholder groups and interested community members.
All 11 local plans are aligned to the State Strategic Plan to achieve the organisation’s mission of resilient communities in productive, healthy landscapes.
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