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RDA Tasmania Regional Plan 2013-2014

  • Year: 2013
  • Publisher: RDA Tasmania

The RDA Tasmania Regional Plan is reviewed annually to update profiling information and revise RDA Tasmania's strategic direction and regional priorities. Draft priorities are shared with a wide range of stakeholders to invite input and this feedback is incorporated throughout the drafting process.

Five broad priorities have been identified by RDA Tasmania to focus project work and provide context and direction. These priorities reflect the RDA Tasmania committee's view of the key challenges for the region as reflected by the profile and statistical overview. Tasmania currently records social and economic outcomes well below the national average. A more robust and growing economy with increased employment opportunities will create associated community benefits and improved social outcomes.

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