Where do we see ourselves in 2032?
Published on 14 March 2022
Uralla Shire Draft Community Strategic Plan on Public Exhibition
The draft Community Strategic Plan explores opportunities and key drivers for Uralla Shire, and considers how these sit within broader regional and state strategies.
“We’ve gathered feedback from the community since the beginning of last year,” said Mayor Robert Bell, “from our Listening Posts, postcard project and from various consultations that were held.”
“So now we’re checking back in with residents and ratepayers and saying ‘Take a look, can you see your future reflected here?’” said Mayor Bell.
The Plan can be downloaded from uralla.nsw.gov.au/community/consultation. Hard copies are available to view at general stores across the Shire, or at Council’s Customer Service Centre at 32 Salisbury St, Uralla.
“The creation of the document is coordinated by Uralla Shire Council, in its role as caretaker of the Shire, but the document belongs to everyone,” said General Manager Kate Jessep.
“Once it’s finalised, Council will use it as a basis for its four-year delivery plan, and annual Operational Plan and budget. In essence, it guides Council decision-making in its role providing infrastructure and services to the community – whether that’s as a facilitator, provider, partner or advocator for example – to help bring the community’s aspirations to life,” said Ms Jessep.
Submissions on the Community Strategic Plan are open until 8 April 2022.
Feedback can be: entered online, emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, posted to PO Box 106 Uralla NSW 2358 or handed into the Customer Service Centre.