Four-stage process to create strategy
Tweed Shire Council has outlined a four-stage process to create a Rural Land Strategy.
Stage 1 - is underway to collate information on rural land and land uses in a Resource Inventory. A Land Capability Assessment of all rural land will be prepared as part of this stage.
Stage 2 - Produce a Background and Issues Analysis Paper to:
- Provide an understanding of how and why rural land uses have changed.
- Start consideration of community attitudes, expectations and concerns.
Stage 3 - Build on this information and develop a Land Suitability and Options Paper to:
- Investigate opportunities to develop a sustainable rural industry in the Tweed.
- Investigate alternatives to current land uses.
- Present strategies for adapting and managing change.
Stage 4 - Develop the final strategy and recommendations for its implementation.
Consultation has concluded