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Tooleybuc master plan

Topic: Environment

The Department of Premier and Cabinet is seeking community feedback on the draft Tooleybuc master plan.

What's this about?

Tooleybuc is transitioning from an agricultural to a horticultural base.

Tooleybuc and surrounding townships are moving from dryland cropping to nut and citrus planting. It is expected that almond plantations will grow by at least 10,000 hectares over the next few years in Koraleigh, Goodnight and Kyalite. This will generate demand for full-time and seasonal employment and a flow-on demand for housing, services and infrastructure in Tooleybuc.

The NSW Government has shared a draft master plan with the Tooleybuc community, with an overview of growth options. 

You are encouraged to join the conversation and help create the best final master plan for Tooleybuc.

A summary of community feedback and comments will be published. This feedback will contribute to the final master plan.

The final master plan will be a guide for decision making on how land use, planning, development and potential investment can be used to achieve economic and social benefits for Tooleybuc.

Have your say

There are three ways you can provide your feedback:

Have your say by 29 March 2019.

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Topic: Environment
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