NSW Government Draft North Coast Regional Plan 2041

Submissions closing on 24 August 2022, 11:59 PM

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The NSW Government has reviewed and updated the Draft North Coast Regional Plan 2041.

The long-term vision to build a more resilient region to shield communities against natural disasters, protect its spectacular coastline and natural environment, boost tourism, and safeguard Aboriginal land. It also recognises the need for a steady supply of housing in the places where people need it.

The Department of Planning and Environment is working with The Planning Studio to undertake a range of online community engagement activities during the exhibition period to talk with communities, local groups and organisations across the region. These conversations will inform the finalisation of the regional plan.

DPE with The Planning Studio are holding the following online workshops:

  • 28 July, Thursday, 6pm-7.30, Northern Rivers communities workshop (Ballina, Byron, Kyogle, Lismore, Richmond Valley and Tweed local government areas)
  • 4 August, Thursday, 6pm-7.30, Mid North Coast communities workshop (Bellingen, Clarence Valley, Coffs Harbour, Kempsey, Nambucca and Port Macquarie-Hastings local government areas)
  • 11 August, Thursday 6pm-7.30, All of region communities workshop

To read the draft plan, register for one of the online workshops and provide your feedback, please visit https://planning.nsw.gov.au/north-coast-2041

If you have any questions about the draft North Coast Regional Plan 2041, contact the DPE Northern Planning team via northern@planning.nsw.gov.au