Future of the Tweed - Local Strategic Planning Statement

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Local residents and visitors to the Tweed are invited to have their say on the Tweed Local Strategic Planning Statement ‘the Statement’ which sets out the 20 year vision for land-use planning in the Tweed. The Statement describes the special characteristics that contribute to the Tweed’s local identity, the shared values the community want to maintain and enhance, and how growth and change will be managed into the future.

The Statement sets clear planning priorities required to support our community’s social, environmental and economic land-use needs into the future, including where these are best located and when they will be delivered. To meet the community’s future vision, it also outlines short, medium and long term actions to deliver on these priorities.

The Statement is part of Council’s commitment to manage our future so the Tweed grows in an environmentally, socially and economically responsible way and brings together and builds on the Tweed Community Strategic Plan and Council’s current land-use plans, strategies and policies. It describes how the directions and actions in the North Coast Regional Plan and other state-wide and regional policies will be implemented locally.

The draft Statement will be on exhibition for public comment until Friday 3 April 2020.


Have your say

Written submissions must be received by 4pm on Friday 3 April 2020.

  • Online: By using the 'Make a Submission' form below
  • By email: TSC@tweed.nsw.gov.au Subject Heading: Future of the Tweed
  • By mail addressed to:
    Future of the Tweed – Local Strategic Planning Statement
    General Manager
    Tweed Shire Council
    PO Box 816
    MURWILLUMBAH NSW 2484



Local residents and visitors to the Tweed are invited to have their say on the Tweed Local Strategic Planning Statement ‘the Statement’ which sets out the 20 year vision for land-use planning in the Tweed. The Statement describes the special characteristics that contribute to the Tweed’s local identity, the shared values the community want to maintain and enhance, and how growth and change will be managed into the future.

The Statement sets clear planning priorities required to support our community’s social, environmental and economic land-use needs into the future, including where these are best located and when they will be delivered. To meet the community’s future vision, it also outlines short, medium and long term actions to deliver on these priorities.

The Statement is part of Council’s commitment to manage our future so the Tweed grows in an environmentally, socially and economically responsible way and brings together and builds on the Tweed Community Strategic Plan and Council’s current land-use plans, strategies and policies. It describes how the directions and actions in the North Coast Regional Plan and other state-wide and regional policies will be implemented locally.

The draft Statement will be on exhibition for public comment until Friday 3 April 2020.


Have your say

Written submissions must be received by 4pm on Friday 3 April 2020.

  • Online: By using the 'Make a Submission' form below
  • By email: TSC@tweed.nsw.gov.au Subject Heading: Future of the Tweed
  • By mail addressed to:
    Future of the Tweed – Local Strategic Planning Statement
    General Manager
    Tweed Shire Council
    PO Box 816
    MURWILLUMBAH NSW 2484



  • CLOSED: This engagement has now concluded. Thank you to all who provided feedback.

    To make a submission to provide your feedback on the draft Local Strategic Planning Statement, please include your contact details below and the details of your submission.

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