2018-19 Central Coast Investment Prospectus 2018-19
Gosford aerial showing revitalisation and development of the Central Coast hub

Central Coast Regional Plan 2036

Central Coast Regional Plan showing north and south growth corridors

Central Coast map showing the Northern Growth Corridor (blue top of map) that extends from Warnervale to Tuggerah with Wyong and Tuggerah identified as Strategic Centres and Southern Growth Corridor (blue bottom of map) that extends from Somersby to Erina with Gosford identified as the Regional City and Erina as a Strategic Centre.

The Central Coast Regional Plan 2036 was launched in October 2016 by the NSW Minister for Planning.

The Regional Plan is a whole-of-Government 20-year blueprint to deliver environmentally sustainable prosperity, jobs, housing, infrastructure, connected communities and to realise the full potential of urban centres on the Central Coast.

The Regional Plan’s aims are:

The Regional Plan has identified Gosford City on Brisbane Water as a Regional City and is focused on its revitalisation (see Page 19).

The Regional Plan is being implemented via two-year Implementation Plans that set out tasks, governance, responsibilities and timing for delivery. Implementation Plan 2018-2020 is the second instalment and sets out 110 Regional Plan actions grouped into the following 7 focus areas:

  1. Promote economic growth, jobs and development in key centres.
  2. Land Use Needs West of the M1 Pacific Motorway
  3. Housing and Employment Land Supply
  4. Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council Lands and Delivery Framework
  5. Revitalising Gosford City Centre
  6. Support Central Coast Council to deliver the Regional Plan priorities.
  7. Strategic Environmental Program.
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