Local Strategic Plan

Central Tablelands Strategic Plan

The State Strategic Plan and 11 Local Strategic Plans outline the way Local Land Services will work with land managers and the community to improve primary production in healthy landscapes, now and into the future.

Our region is diverse in its landscapes, communities and industries. This plan outlines the direct action that will deliver effective and efficient results in the management of agricultural production, biosecurity, natural resource management and emergency management.

Central Tablelands Local Land Services will deliver our regional strategy to achieve our mission of -

"Resilient communities in productive healthy landscapes"

Read our Central Tablelands Local Strategic Plan PDF, 123.53 KB.

Core Services Plan

This plan provides a road map for the delivery of our Local Strategic Plan. Designed to provide clarity around how we make decisions to prioritise the work we undertake, the plan highlights projects and services we will deliver between 2019 and 2022 to improve our local environment and protect and support profitable agriculture.

Our seven core services are:

  1. Travelling Stock Reserves (TSRs)
  2. Natural resource management
  3. Agricultural production
  4. Animal biosecurity and welfare
  5. Plant biosecurity
  6. Invasive species
  7. Emergency management

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Central Tablelands Wild Dog Management Plan 2021-26

This Plan sets out how private land managers, the community and Government will strive to achieve cooperative management of wild dogs within the Central Tablelands Local Land Services (CTLLS) region. This Plan provides the strategic context for operational investment and prioritisation.

The Plan articulates desired outcomes, objectives and actions to address and manage the impacts of wild dogs across the CTLLS region. These actions are based on the principles of pest animal management being, prevention, eradication, containment and asset protection.

This Plan identifies four key objectives, including;

  • Objective 1: Promote and provide technical advice and resources to land managers in the CTLLS region
  • Objective 2: Engage, support, and encourage community led coordinated and integrated wild dog control activities across public and private land (nil-tenure)
  • Objective 3: Reduce the negative impacts caused by wild dogs
  • Objective 4: Undertake integrated planning based on best available information and understanding of wild dogs

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