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Values, Principles & Approach

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Values, Principles & Approach

Core Principles:
Employment self-containment rate - It is anticipated that our region will have a labour force of more than 275 000 residents by 2031. In order to achieve a self-containment rate of 70 per cent, approximately 193 000 from this labour force will need to work within the region.
Collaboration - Partnering and building strong relationships with external stakeholders through the delivery of the Action Plan. Council additionally participates in a number of cluster and industry network forums with external organisations such as the Chambers of Commerce, RDA Moreton Bay, MBRIT, State Development and CCIQ.
Innovation - Questioning all actions and deliverables under the Action Plan, ensuring they are considered and delivered through a fresh approach; open to new ideas; and evolving and adapting to change to ensure our actions and deliverables stay relevant.
Regional Recognition - Ensuring that the Action Plan builds on and improves regional recognition and the image of the Moreton Bay Region in order to maximise economic benefits.
Prosperity - The Action Plan will aim to achieve a successful, flourishing and thriving economy for the Moreton Bay Region.
Liveability - Each action and deliverable will be aimed at increasing the overall quality of life experienced by the residents of the region by maximising economic prosperity, social stability, equity and opportunity for all. Growth will be managed and guided to ensure liveability into the future.
Sustainability - Balancing and protecting the economic, social and environmental outcomes of the Moreton Bay Region to ensure a high-quality of life continues for both current and future generations.
Visionary - Forward thinking under the Action Plan aims to bridge the gap between now and the future.
Diversification - The Action Plan ensures that a diverse economy is delivered across the Moreton Bay Region in order to minimise risk.
Accountability - Accountability for all actions and deliverables under the Action Plan will be achieved via transparent communication with all stakeholders. This acknowledges that economic development is not the responsibility of any one agency, rather a collaborative and interconnected effort. Council will also follow ethical, sustainable and responsible practices when delivering the Action Plan.

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