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Local board plans

Local board plans are strategic, three-year plans that are developed in consultation with the community.

What local board plans do

Local board plans:

  • guide funding and investment decisions for the next three years
  • set the direction for each local area by reflecting community priorities and preferences.

They also influence local board input on regional strategies and plans, including:

Local Board Plans 2023

Over the coming months we want you to help us shape the draft local board plan for your area.

To help us make decisions that best reflect the needs and priorities of our community, tell us what is most important to you.

You can join the conversation on our Local Board Plans 2023 site.

Find out more about local board plans

Email with your questions.

Stay informed about local board activities

To keep up with what's going on in your area and see how you can play your part in your community:

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