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January 1, 1970
It's been a little while since my last newsletter, so this one is a longer read so grab a cup of tea/coffee!
For those who aren't aware, the following areas are delivered by Council's Economic Development Team:
Special projects, including the Glen Innes Skywalk, Powerhouse Museum, Highlands Hub, Grow Glen Innes Think Tanks, and more.
Until next time,
Manager Economic Development
This report, funded under the Building Better Regions Fund and undertaken by the Regional Australia Institute (RAI), was motivated by Council’s desire to examine the LGA's workforce challenges and understand the future of jobs in the region. The report seeks to develop a workforce attraction and retention strategy for the Glen Innes Severn Local Government Area (LGA), as envisaged under the Glen Innes Highlands Economic Development Strategy 2020-2040 and its Action Plan 2020-2025. The strategy has a vision to "increase the skilled workforce of Glen Innes Severn LGA to meet current and future employment needs." This can be achieved in partnership with Council, community and industry to deliver against the four key focus areas of: 1. Developing a Regional Learning System 2. Strengthening the Business Community 3. Targeted Attraction 4. Strengthening Liveability To access the report please email: [email protected] This strategy will form part of the next Grow Glen Innes Think Tank.
Attract Connect Stay - Glen Innes Chairperson Sheryn Nourse welcomed Dr Della Yarnold to the East Avenue Medical Centre and was happy to have provided assistance and support to this important appointment, through the work of the steering committee. Now it's time to appoint the Healthcare Workforce Recruiter Connector.
Geotourism is increasingly seen globally as an instrument of regional economic development, holistic in scope, booming globally, and a key driver for tourism, particularly in Europe and Asia. It comprises the following features of both natural and cultural heritage: Abiotic, Biotic, and Cultural.
The draft New England North West 2041 Plan was on public exhibition from 22 November 2021 to 18 February 2022.
The plan is undergoing its first five-yearly review to reset its priorities and extend the plan’s reach to 2041. A submission was lodged to encourage the NSW Department of Planning and Industry to do more for our area and not lean so heavily on the Renewable Energy Zone. Our submission reinforced the opportunity that Geotourism offers Glen Innes and the New England North West Region.
Are you a local business or community group with a project that will support positive socio-economic outcomes for Glen Innes Highlands? Applications are now open for Council's 2022-2023 Local Economic Development Support Fund and we're encouraging you to apply for funding to support your project. Applications close: 5pm, 31 July 2022.
This month's Grants & Funding Opportunities Newsletter provides information on a selection of Business, Community, Infrastructure and COVID-19 funding and support opportunities currently available. Read the latest newsletter here
The NSW Government is proposing changes aimed at reducing red tape for farmers wishing to diversify their business with small-scale agritourism activities such as tastings, accommodation, and function facilities. NSW Farmers is working with NSW Department of Planning and Environment to clarify what the changes will mean for farmers, including potential impacts on existing operations like “pick your own” activities.
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