Help shape the future of the Central Coast

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Phase Two has started! 

Earlier this year, we asked you to tell us what you valued about your local area and the Central Coast and to imagine our region in ten years’ time - what would you like it to be?

You responded with over 33,000 great ideas and opinions!

This information has been collated and analysed to identify key themes including - natural environment, lifestyle and community, built environment, services and facilities, activities and entertainment, transport and movement around the local government area and economy.

The complete Phase One Engagement Report is now available as well as a summary version.

As part of Phase Two Engagement we will be looking at these theme areas in further detail to identify key objectives and priorities moving forward. This phase includes working with the CSP Community Reference Group, a quantitative telephone survey of Central Coast residents and a number Community Workshops.

To participate in Phase Two, come along and help us work through these ideas and create the coast’s first ever Community Strategic Plan.

Community workshops will be held on:

  1. Saturday November 18 1pm-4pm @ The Erina Centre
  2. Tuesday November 21 10am-1pm @ Smartwork Hub Gosford
  3. Tuesday November 21 6pm-9pm @ Umina Beach Surf Club
  4. Saturday November 25 9am-12:30pm @ The Entrance Community Centre
  5. Tuesday November 28 10am-1pm @ Wyong Civic Centre
  6. Tuesday November 28 6pm-9pm @ Blue Haven Community Centre

Registration is required for the workshops. To find out more about the workshops click here.

Stay tuned over the coming months as we continue this journey to create your plan and ensure your voice is heard.

Phase Two has started! 

Earlier this year, we asked you to tell us what you valued about your local area and the Central Coast and to imagine our region in ten years’ time - what would you like it to be?

You responded with over 33,000 great ideas and opinions!

This information has been collated and analysed to identify key themes including - natural environment, lifestyle and community, built environment, services and facilities, activities and entertainment, transport and movement around the local government area and economy.

The complete Phase One Engagement Report is now available as well as a summary version.

As part of Phase Two Engagement we will be looking at these theme areas in further detail to identify key objectives and priorities moving forward. This phase includes working with the CSP Community Reference Group, a quantitative telephone survey of Central Coast residents and a number Community Workshops.

To participate in Phase Two, come along and help us work through these ideas and create the coast’s first ever Community Strategic Plan.

Community workshops will be held on:

  1. Saturday November 18 1pm-4pm @ The Erina Centre
  2. Tuesday November 21 10am-1pm @ Smartwork Hub Gosford
  3. Tuesday November 21 6pm-9pm @ Umina Beach Surf Club
  4. Saturday November 25 9am-12:30pm @ The Entrance Community Centre
  5. Tuesday November 28 10am-1pm @ Wyong Civic Centre
  6. Tuesday November 28 6pm-9pm @ Blue Haven Community Centre

Registration is required for the workshops. To find out more about the workshops click here.

Stay tuned over the coming months as we continue this journey to create your plan and ensure your voice is heard.

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  • Home and away

    by Lynda Smith nee Prentice, 6 months ago

    My parents married in 1950 and shortly after, purchased a double frontage block of land at Umina. Originally it was designated Forest Rd, but they faced their home in Lone Pine Ave. Both 'streets' were dirt tracks with no drainage and there was a great deal of native vegetation, including gnarled old banksia trees, flannel flowers, bottle brush, bracken fern and lots of geralton wax bushes. Lone Pine used to flood frequently and we were often 'cut off'. Over the next few years they travelled up from Sydney on weekends to firstly build a garage, then a small fibro/tile two bedroom home. Other... Continue reading

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  • Grey skies to blue skies

    by Liltraveller, 7 months ago

    I have been living on the Central Coast since 2008 after relocating from the UK. I had never thought about moving to Australia, let alone a place to a place called the Central Coast! I was and always had been a 'city girl'. 

    After visiting a number of places in NSW I fell in love with the Central Coast and felt comfortable that this would be a place in which I could live. It's proximity to beaches, to Sydney and the whole place in general ticked a lot of boxes for me.

    Less than a year after my initial visit to Australia to... Continue reading

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