Thrumster Business Park delivering in line with Regional City Action Plan

The Port Macquarie Regional City Action Plan (RCAP) has been developed by the NSW Government, in collaboration with Port Macquarie-Hastings Council, to help Port Macquarie fulfill its potential as a thriving regional centre and build on the city’s growth, strong employment base, diversified economy and local character.

The RCAP is finalised following extensive consultation including public exhibition a draft plan during March and April 2021. The RCAP will create more green spaces for koalas to thrive. It will help Council map out existing koala corridors as part of a Koala Recovery Strategy. It will improve public spaces by developing an interconnected green grid of walkways, cycleways and parks to increase tree canopy. The final plan also leverages the city’s position along the Pacific and Oxley Highways. This will attract investment, encourage tourism and create more jobs. In addition, housing affordability is addressed. This will ensure a steady supply and mixture of homes to cater for future population growth.

Development of the Port Macquarie RCAP is a priority action of the North Coast Regional Plan 2036, which was released in March 2017 by the NSW Minister for Planning.

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