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Public comment is being sought on Council’s draft Economic Development and Tourism Strategy.

The strategy has been developed following consultation with various organisations and individuals. Ten strategies are proposed based on the strategic objectives of:

  • Balancing population growth with local job growth
  • Increasing the volume and value of tourist visitation
  • Cost-effective resourcing of economic development and tourism functions

The draft Economic Development and Tourism Strategy can be accessed on Council’s website or at the Wedderburn or Serpentine offices.

Submissions will be presented to Council before adoption of the strategy, and included within the Council agenda and minutes, which are made available to the public and on Council’s website. If you do not wish to be identified in these public documents, please indicate this in your submission.

The opportunity to provide feedback closes at 4pm on 30 October 2019.

 

Draft for public comment

Loddon Shire Council is providing the opportunity for local residents and other interested parties to comment on the recently developed Settlement Strategy 2019-2034, pursuant to Section 223 of the Local Government Act 1989.

The purpose of this plan is to identify where and how Council will support population and housing growth in its capacity as the planning authority.

All feedback will be presented to Council before the plan is finalised and formally adopted.

Copies of the draft plan are available for viewing at Council’s Serpentine and Wedderburn offices or by selecting the attachment under related information on this page. You can provide your comment online by clicking on “Submit your comment” on this page. You can also submit your comment via email at loddon@loddon.vic.gov.au or via post to: Attention Chief Executive Officer, Loddon Shire Council, PO Box 21, Wedderburn, 3518.

Submissions received will be included within the official Council agenda and minutes, including personal information about the submitter’s identity and location. Agendas and minutes are made available to the public and on Council’s website. If you do not wish to be identified in the agenda and minutes please indicate this in your submission.

Submissions close on Wednesday 30th October 2019.

 

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