RDA Central Coast has developed four key priority areas and associated activities to address identified regional areas.
- Creating Long Term Sustainable Economic Growth and Job Creation
- Improve Skills Development and Educational Outcomes
- Fostering Innovation Within Our Region
- The Provision of Regional Advice, Support and Information
RDA Central Coast is committed to work collaboratively to deliver these regional priorities to make a positive difference to the Central Coast.
RDACC Regional Development Plan
2014 – 2017 RDA Central Coast Regional Plan
The 2014 – 2017 Regional Development Australia Central Coast Regional Plan aims to build on the success of the previous Regional Plans and to draw together the strategic priorities of the various government and non-government bodies working across the Central Coast, to ensure that the needs of the region are being articulated appropriately and that those identified needs are being addressed by way of investment and local action.
The primary purpose of this plan is to present a consolidated depiction of the NSW Central Coast region – to set out the strengths and opportunities for the region as well as challenges, issues and priorities.
Regional Development Australia Central Coast Position Statements Regional Development Australia Central Coast releases position statements in regards to important topics and issues that are relevant to the Central Coast and our regional stakeholders. The following position statements have been developed following consultation with all levels of government, business and the community, who are represented by the Regional Development Australia Central Coast Board Members.
The contents of this website have been prepared having regard to the information available at the time of their preparation, and the reader should therefore consider any information, research or material which may have been published or become available subsequently. While Regional Development Australia Central Coast endeavours to ensure that statements are as current as possible at the time of their preparation, it takes no responsibility for matters arising from changed circumstances or information or material which may have become available subsequently. While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy, relevance and up-to-date nature of the information contained on this website, Regional Development Australia Central Coast, its officers, Board members and employees assume no responsibility for its content, use or interpretation. Readers should rely on their own inquiries before making decisions that influence their own interests.