Over coming weeks, Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) will be holding workshops, with key stakeholders and other interested persons, to further explore options as Council develops an Industrial Land Use Strategy for the Shire.
“Council wants feedback to understand the community’s views on the types of industries LPSC should be trying to attract to the local government area and the types of initiatives Council should employ in order to encourage industrial development in the Shire,” said LPSC Mayor, Councillor Andrew Hope.
“We want as many people as possible to participate, so if you’d like to be involved in the workshops you are encouraged to get in contact with our planning staff on (02) 6746 1755 or email email@example.com so we can inform you of times and dates,” he said.
“Alternately, interested persons can check out the discussion paper and submit their ideas via the website link Industrial Land Use Strategy at http://www.lpsc.nsw.gov.au/index.php/planning-building/industrial-land-use-strategy, dropping it off at the Administration Centre or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions must be received by close of business Wednesday 9 August 2017,” he continued.
“All feedback and submissions will be reviewed and the results will be used to inform the development of, and any changes necessary to, the draft Industrial Land Use Strategy,” he said.
“Diversity in economic activity and a capacity for adjustment are major determinants in a region’s level of income, the resilience and stability of its economy and its ability to develop and grow. I encourage the community to have their say,” Councillor Hope concluded.