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Values, Principles & Approach

The methodology for the development of the Strategy is based on four key phases, being:
Phase 1: Commencement and Preliminary Review – This phase included a review of previous studies, a preliminary assessment of available data, an understanding of any data gaps, undertaking of an employment land audit and a desktop review of land in the Eurobodalla Shire to identify potential future employment opportunities.
Phase 2: Background Studies – The findings of Phase 1 were then compiled into an Economic Development and Employment Lands Issues Paper. The Issues Paper provides a detailed assessment of the current state of the Eurobodalla economy and a summary of the Planning and Policy Framework that guides economic development. Based on the gaps identified in Phase 1, a consultant was engaged to undertake a Strategic Influences Report to provide a more in-depth analysis of the economic profile of Eurobodalla and the trends and drivers that will potentially influence the future economic development of the Shire.
Phase 3: Engagement – The engagement phase of the Strategy consists of a number of elements, including the establishment of a Steering Group of business and industry representatives, consultation with the local Chambers of Commerce and discussions with identified land owners.
Phase 4: Strategy Preparation, Exhibition and Adoption – The final phase draws together the outcomes of the previous phases into the development of a Draft Strategy for public exhibition, review and ultimately adoption by Council.

Strategy Aim

To ensure the economy of Eurobodalla moves forward through capitalising on the strategic advantages of the local area.

Strategy Objectives

To identify the strategic context, key trends and constraints affecting economic development and employment land supply in the Eurobodalla Shire;
To develop strategies to promote economic growth and identify potential future employment lands;
To achieve and maintain employment land supply at a level to meet the needs of employment related development for the next 20 years;
To inform a future review of the Eurobodalla Local Environmental Plan; and
To provide a framework for building a partnership with the state government to achieve employment growth in the Eurobodalla over the next 20 years.

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