Draft North West Local Strategic Plan


Consultation on the Draft North West Local Strategic Plan closed at midnight on Sunday 22 November 2015.

About the plan
The Draft North West Local Strategic Plan 2015-2020 outlines the strategies and actions that will be implemented over the next five years to achieve the vision of strong communities, resilient landscapes and competitive agriculture in the North West region.
It is tailored the address the issues, risks and opportunities that characterise the communities, industries and landscapes of this region.

Next steps
North West Local Land Services is currently reviewing the feedback received. This information will be used to finalise the plan and help inform the projects and programs that will implemented over the next five years.

Consultation on the Draft North West Local Strategic Plan closed at midnight on Sunday 22 November 2015.

About the plan
The Draft North West Local Strategic Plan 2015-2020 outlines the strategies and actions that will be implemented over the next five years to achieve the vision of strong communities, resilient landscapes and competitive agriculture in the North West region.
It is tailored the address the issues, risks and opportunities that characterise the communities, industries and landscapes of this region.

Next steps
North West Local Land Services is currently reviewing the feedback received. This information will be used to finalise the plan and help inform the projects and programs that will implemented over the next five years.

News and updates


  • Local Land Services – tell us what you think

    11 months ago

    Local Land Services wants to hear from the public about its future direction.

    Twelve draft strategic plans have been released for public consultation and all members of the community are invited to provide comment before November 22.

    Local Land Services works with land managers and the community to improve primary production within healthy landscapes.

    Local Land Services Executive Manager, Tim Ferraro, says the draft State Strategic Plan sets the vision and goals for Local the organisation and outlines the strategies to achieve these goals.

    “We are keen to hear from any member of the community, whether they are land managers... Continue reading

    Local Land Services wants to hear from the public about its future direction.

    Twelve draft strategic plans have been released for public consultation and all members of the community are invited to provide comment before November 22.

    Local Land Services works with land managers and the community to improve primary production within healthy landscapes.

    Local Land Services Executive Manager, Tim Ferraro, says the draft State Strategic Plan sets the vision and goals for Local the organisation and outlines the strategies to achieve these goals.

    “We are keen to hear from any member of the community, whether they are land managers or not, about the activities we propose to undertake at the property, community, landscape and industry scales,” he said.

    “This is a ten year plan and we want to know whether our goals and strategies are meeting the expectations of our customers, who are the people of NSW,” he said.

    Guided by the State Strategic Plan, each of the eleven Local Land Services regions has developed a five year local strategic plan. They nest under the state strategy with all twelve plans aligned to achieve the organisation’s mission of resilient communities in productive, healthy landscapes.

    Each region has identified local priorities and determined how the goals and strategies of the State Strategic Plan are best achieved.

    The local strategic plans define the specific actions and priorities to deliver these strategies. They are tailored to meet the issues, risks and opportunities that characterise the communities, industries and landscapes of that region.

    The State Strategic Plan outlines four goals for the organisation, which are:

    1. Resilient, self-reliant and prepared local communities

    2. Biosecure, profitable, productive and sustainable primary industries

    3. Healthy, diverse and connected natural environments

    4. Board members and staff who are collaborative, innovative and commercially-focused.

    To view the State Strategic Plan and the eleven local strategic plans and provide comment, visit www.lls.nsw.gov.au/strategic-plans


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