Public Exhibition: Draft Central Coast Local Strategic Planning Statement

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Central Coast Council's first draft Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS) is a 20-year planning vision, including land use, infrastructure and sustainability objectives to demonstrate how the Central Coast will change to meet the community’s needs over the next 20 years.

The LSPS includes the following:

  • Vision - The future direction for the Central Coast is framed in the LSPS as a 20-year land use vision which together with Council’s Community Strategic Plan will guide the social, environmental and economic aspirations of the community.
  • Planning Priorities - Works alongside the Community Strategic Plan to guide future land use decisions.
  • Actions - Actions required for achieving the vision and planning priorities.
  • Implementation - The basis on which the council is to monitor and report on the implementation of those actions.

To find out more and have your say on the draft long-term vision for growing the Central Coast Region in a way that enhances its character, preserves its natural attributes and improves our quality of life you are invited to:

Central Coast Council are also collecting feedback from the community that will be used to inform Local Character Statements. The community are invited to:

Submissions and feedback will be accepted until 5pm Monday 8 June 2020.

Your attention is drawn to the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 which allows for possible access to certain public and personal documentation.

Central Coast Council's first draft Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS) is a 20-year planning vision, including land use, infrastructure and sustainability objectives to demonstrate how the Central Coast will change to meet the community’s needs over the next 20 years.

The LSPS includes the following:

  • Vision - The future direction for the Central Coast is framed in the LSPS as a 20-year land use vision which together with Council’s Community Strategic Plan will guide the social, environmental and economic aspirations of the community.
  • Planning Priorities - Works alongside the Community Strategic Plan to guide future land use decisions.
  • Actions - Actions required for achieving the vision and planning priorities.
  • Implementation - The basis on which the council is to monitor and report on the implementation of those actions.

To find out more and have your say on the draft long-term vision for growing the Central Coast Region in a way that enhances its character, preserves its natural attributes and improves our quality of life you are invited to:

Central Coast Council are also collecting feedback from the community that will be used to inform Local Character Statements. The community are invited to:

Submissions and feedback will be accepted until 5pm Monday 8 June 2020.

Your attention is drawn to the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 which allows for possible access to certain public and personal documentation.

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  • BUDGEWOI WARD: Which of the following attributes are unique to this ward, and why?

    29 days ago
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    The Land – Such as natural features including views/vistas, street trees, terrain, watercourses

    The Urban Form – Such as street grid, public domain, open space, roads, community facilities

    The Built Form – Such as scale of buildings, material of buildings (e.g brick/weatherboard), fencing, generous verges

    The People – Such as cultural values, age and cultural mix

    The Local Economy – Such as key industries, retail anchors and activity

    The Local History – Unique history including built heritage and historical people and events

    To find out which ward you are in, please click here 

    The Land – Such as natural features including views/vistas, street trees, terrain, watercourses

    The Urban Form – Such as street grid, public domain, open space, roads, community facilities

    The Built Form – Such as scale of buildings, material of buildings (e.g brick/weatherboard), fencing, generous verges

    The People – Such as cultural values, age and cultural mix

    The Local Economy – Such as key industries, retail anchors and activity

    The Local History – Unique history including built heritage and historical people and events

    To find out which ward you are in, please click here 

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  • WYONG WARD: Which of the following attributes are unique to this ward, and why?

    29 days ago
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    The Land – Such as natural features including views/vistas, street trees, terrain, watercourses

    The Urban Form – Such as street grid, public domain, open space, roads, community facilities

    The Built Form – Such as scale of buildings, material of buildings (e.g brick/weatherboard), fencing, generous verges

    The People – Such as cultural values, age and cultural mix

    The Local Economy – Such as key industries, retail anchors and activity

    The Local History – Unique history including built heritage and historical people and events

    To find out which ward you are in, please click here


    The Land – Such as natural features including views/vistas, street trees, terrain, watercourses

    The Urban Form – Such as street grid, public domain, open space, roads, community facilities

    The Built Form – Such as scale of buildings, material of buildings (e.g brick/weatherboard), fencing, generous verges

    The People – Such as cultural values, age and cultural mix

    The Local Economy – Such as key industries, retail anchors and activity

    The Local History – Unique history including built heritage and historical people and events

    To find out which ward you are in, please click here

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  • THE ENTRANCE WARD: Which of the following attributes are unique to this ward, and why?

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    The Land – Such as natural features including views/vistas, street trees, terrain, watercourses

    The Urban Form – Such as street grid, public domain, open space, roads, community facilities

    The Built Form – Such as scale of buildings, material of buildings (e.g brick/weatherboard), fencing, generous verges

    The People – Such as cultural values, age and cultural mix

    The Local Economy – Such as key industries, retail anchors and activity

    The Local History – Unique history including built heritage and historical people and events

    To find out which ward you are in, please click here

    The Land – Such as natural features including views/vistas, street trees, terrain, watercourses

    The Urban Form – Such as street grid, public domain, open space, roads, community facilities

    The Built Form – Such as scale of buildings, material of buildings (e.g brick/weatherboard), fencing, generous verges

    The People – Such as cultural values, age and cultural mix

    The Local Economy – Such as key industries, retail anchors and activity

    The Local History – Unique history including built heritage and historical people and events

    To find out which ward you are in, please click here

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  • GOSFORD EAST WARD: Which of the following attributes are unique to this ward, and why?

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    The Land – Such as natural features including views/vistas, street trees, terrain, watercourses 

    The Urban Form – Such as street grid, public domain, open space, roads, community facilities 

    The Built Form – Such as scale of buildings, material of buildings (e.g brick/weatherboard), fencing, generous verges 

    The People – Such as cultural values, age and cultural mix 

    The Local Economy – Such as key industries, retail anchors and activity 

    The Local History – Unique history including built heritage and historical people and events 

    To find out which ward you are in, please click here 

    The Land – Such as natural features including views/vistas, street trees, terrain, watercourses 

    The Urban Form – Such as street grid, public domain, open space, roads, community facilities 

    The Built Form – Such as scale of buildings, material of buildings (e.g brick/weatherboard), fencing, generous verges 

    The People – Such as cultural values, age and cultural mix 

    The Local Economy – Such as key industries, retail anchors and activity 

    The Local History – Unique history including built heritage and historical people and events 

    To find out which ward you are in, please click here 

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  • GOSFORD WEST WARD: Which of the following attributes are unique to this ward, and why?

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    The Land – Such as natural features including views/vistas, street trees, terrain, watercourses 

    The Urban Form – Such as street grid, public domain, open space, roads, community facilities 

    The Built Form – Such as scale of buildings, material of buildings (e.g brick/weatherboard), fencing, generous verges 

    The People – Such as cultural values, age and cultural mix 

    The Local Economy – Such as key industries, retail anchors and activity 

    The Local History – Unique history including built heritage and historical people and events 

    To find out which ward you are in, please click here 

    The Land – Such as natural features including views/vistas, street trees, terrain, watercourses 

    The Urban Form – Such as street grid, public domain, open space, roads, community facilities 

    The Built Form – Such as scale of buildings, material of buildings (e.g brick/weatherboard), fencing, generous verges 

    The People – Such as cultural values, age and cultural mix 

    The Local Economy – Such as key industries, retail anchors and activity 

    The Local History – Unique history including built heritage and historical people and events 

    To find out which ward you are in, please click here 

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