Narromine Shire Local Strategic Planning Statement
This Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS) sets the framework for Narromine Shire’s economic, social and environmental land use needs over the next 20 years. It outlines clear planning priorities describing what will be needed, where these are located and when they will be delivered. The LSPS sets short, medium and long-term actions to deliver the priorities for the community’s vision.
This LSPS has been prepared in accordance with clause 3.9 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 (EP&A Act). The LSPS brings together and builds on the planning work found in Council’s other plans, studies and strategies, such as the Local Environmental Plan (LEP), Development Control Plan (DCP) and Community Strategic Plan (CSP). The LSPS will be used to update key components of these plans to present a consistent strategic direction for Narromine.
The LSPS gives effect to the Central West and Orana Regional Plan 2036, implementing the directions and actions at a local level. As an integrative local plan, it is also informed by a number of the NSW Premiers Priorities, the Regional Development Framework and the Destination Country and Outback NSW Management Plan 2018-2020, amongst others.
The LSPS has also taken account of land use planning in adjacent Orana Councils, including Bogan, Coonamble,Gilgandra, Warren and Warrmbungle. It also works with council’s Community Strategic Plan (CSP), which has a similar but broader purpose as to how Council will work to meet the community’s needs. The LSPS planning priorities, directions and actions provide the rationale for decisions about how we will use our land to achieve the community’s broader goals.
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