Local Strategic Plan

The Local Land Service Act 2013 requires the development of regional strategies to inform the deployment of local land services through resources and creation of partnerships across the regions.

Each of the 11 Local Land Services regions has developed a local strategic plan which have been adopted in the first half of 2016.  Each region has identified local priorities and determined how the goals and strategies of the State Strategic Plan are best achieved.

The local strategic plans define the specific actions and priorities to deliver these strategies.  They are tailored to meet the issues, risks and opportunities that characterise the communities, industries and landscapes of that region.

The central west strategic plan builds on previous regional work and considers guiding documents and legislation and ensures that we are working consistently within the broader Local Land Services organisation.

Read the Central West Local Land Services Strategic Plan

Read Climate Change in the Central West of NSW, Addendum to the Central West Local Land Services regional Strategic Plan