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Queensland Regionalisation Strategy: For Public Consultation Strengthening Queensland's Regions

  • Year: 2011
  • Publisher: Queensland Government
  • Published Location: Brisbane, Qld
  • Country: Australia
  • State/Region: Queensland

Following on from the Queensland Growth Management Summit held in March 2010, the Queensland Government is continuing to work with the community to plan for the future. Current projections indicate that Queensland’s population will continue to grow, although at a slower rate than over recent years. The Queensland Government cannot control the rate or level of population growth but we can actively manage its impacts. Regionalisation is central to ensuring that growth is well managed and its benefits are spread across the entire state. In managing growth it is important that, wherever we live, we all work together to protect and enhance the things we love about Queensland. Our vision is for a regionalisation strategy that helps drive appropriate investment and development to make our regions even better places to live, work and visit, and to create stronger, more resilient and prosperous centres.

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