State Planning Strategy (Draft) - 2012

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   Introduction  (3290.42 KB)

   The context  (3583.21 KB)

   The strategic directions  (21.67 KB)

   Economic development  (924.99 KB)

   Education, training and knowledge transfer  (36.52 KB)

   Tourism  (3253.58 KB)

   Environment  (1092.38 KB)

   Agriculture and food  (939.06 KB)

   Physical Infrastructure  (5223.25 KB)

   Social Infrastructure  (6346.91 KB)

   Annexures  (95.49 KB)

   State Planning Strategy - complete document (reduced quality)  (5814.33 KB)

On 19 December 2012, the Minister for Planning, the Hon John Day MLA, launched the draft State Planning Strategy for public consultation until 29 March 2013.

Prepared by the Department of Planning, under the guidance of the Western Australian Planning Commission, this Strategy presents a vision for Western Australia to 2050 and beyond based on a framework of planning principles, strategic goals and State strategic directions.

The Strategy is the Government’s proposed response to the opportunities and challenges Western Australia is likely to face in the future.

Submissions closed on the draft State Planning Strategy on March 29th this year. These are currently being analysed by the Department of Planning. A report will be forwarded to the Minister for Planning in due course. The WAPC will also be invited to provide comments on this report.

This is a printer friendly version of the web page available at http://planning.wa.gov.au/publications/6561.asp