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The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is seeking your comments on the Draft 2021-2026 Economic Development Strategy. Comments must be received by 5.00pm, Monday 17 August 2020.
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The Draft Economic Development Strategy 2021–2026 includes the following vision for the City:"A connected City with thriving businesses, vibrant precincts and an engaged business community."
Do you support the four key themes for the City?
Strategy: Recover and rebuild the local economy following the impacts of COVID-19.This strategy focuses on recovering and rebuilding the economy in year one of the Economic Development Strategy. This strategy applies across all four themes.
Each of the four Themes contains a set of strategies. The following questions relate to the specific strategies.
Strategy 1.1 – Focus on the support and growth of the City’s priority sectors:• Food & Beverage Manufacturing• Cultural & Creative• Professional, Scientific & Technical Services• Retail.Strategy 1.2 – Support the education and health sectors as key contributors to community well-being.Strategy 1.3 – Identify emerging trends and support opportunities for economic growth.Strategy 1.4 – Promote opportunity and collaboration across the sectors.Strategy 1.5 – Identify and promote local competitive advantages.
Strategy 2.1 – Showcase and promote the City’s attractions and events to facilitate growthIn visitation and spending.Strategy 2.2 – Support the City’s vibrant mainstreet precincts.Strategy 2.3 – Facilitate the activation of key precincts in the City.Strategy 2.4 – Work with local business operators to strengthen the viability of precincts and enhance the customer experience.
Strategy 3.1 – Maximise new investment and growth opportunities.Strategy 3.2 – Recognise businesses and business sectors that make a significant contribution to the City.Strategy 3.3 – Facilitate communication, education and networking programs to support businesses.Strategy 3.4 – Embrace new and emerging technologies that will enhance business productivity.Strategy 3.5 – Encourage sustainable working methods in all aspects of business.
Strategy 4.1 – Ensure that Council processes are business friendly and contribute to a well-functioning City.Strategy 4.2 – Embed economic outcomes in decision-making across the organisation.Strategy 4.3 – Establish an effective planning policy framework to encourage investmentand enable businesses to establish in the City.