Local Strategic Planning Statement

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Consultation closed (8 May) for our Draft Local Strategic Planning Statement.

Our Byron Shire Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS) is a new legislative document, required by the State Government to be completed by 1 July 2020. It is designed to provide the link between the State Government’s strategic plans and Council’s local land use plans and guidelines.

By bringing together key priorities and actions from our existing land use plans, place plans and strategies the LSPS aims to make it easier for the community to understand the overall direction for land use planning in their local area, such as future employment lands and areas designated for residential growth.

The LSPS will be a living document, updated regularly to ensure it reflects Council’s land use planning priorities, which also in turn will inform changes to our Local Environment Plan (LEP) and Development Control Plans (DCP).

View the draft Local Strategic Planning Statement

The document is presented in 6 sections, setting out 14 planning priorities under four themes to guide future land use in Byron Shire.

  1. Introduction
  2. A Sustainable Shire
  3. A Liveable Shire
  4. A Thriving Shire
  5. A Connected Shire
  6. Implementation, monitoring and reporting, including all planning priority actions by theme

Find out more about the:

Consultation closed (8 May) for our Draft Local Strategic Planning Statement.

Our Byron Shire Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS) is a new legislative document, required by the State Government to be completed by 1 July 2020. It is designed to provide the link between the State Government’s strategic plans and Council’s local land use plans and guidelines.

By bringing together key priorities and actions from our existing land use plans, place plans and strategies the LSPS aims to make it easier for the community to understand the overall direction for land use planning in their local area, such as future employment lands and areas designated for residential growth.

The LSPS will be a living document, updated regularly to ensure it reflects Council’s land use planning priorities, which also in turn will inform changes to our Local Environment Plan (LEP) and Development Control Plans (DCP).

View the draft Local Strategic Planning Statement

The document is presented in 6 sections, setting out 14 planning priorities under four themes to guide future land use in Byron Shire.

  1. Introduction
  2. A Sustainable Shire
  3. A Liveable Shire
  4. A Thriving Shire
  5. A Connected Shire
  6. Implementation, monitoring and reporting, including all planning priority actions by theme

Find out more about the:

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