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Hume Regional Planning

The Hume Strategy for Sustainable Communities 2010-2020 (Hume Strategy) is a ten year strategic plan that provides a framework for long term cooperation and investment through a regional plan and four sub regional plans.

The Hume Strategy is set out under five themes – environment, communities, economy, transport and land use – in which key directions and strategies are identified within regional and sub regional contexts.

The Hume RDA Committee is committed to community stakeholder engagement in regional planning and will work in partnership with the Hume Regional Management Forum (RMF) and the North East Local Government Network (NELGN) to implement strategic priority actions identified in the Hume Strategy.

Download the Hume Regional Strategic Plan Executive Summary - August 2010 (PDF 1.2 MB)
Download Part 1 (pages 1-22) of the Hume Regional Strategic Plan - August 2010 (PDF 2.4 MB)
Download Part 2 (pages 23-50) of the Hume Regional Strategic Plan - August 2010 (PDF 7.8 MB)
Download Part 3 (pages 51-57) of the Hume Regional Strategic Plan - August 2010 (PDF 559.3 KB)
Download the Central Hume Sub Regional Strategic Plan - August 2010 (PDF 3.5 MB)
Download the Goulburn Valley Sub Regional Strategic Plan - August 2010 (PDF 3.7 MB)
Download the Lower Hume Sub Regional Strategic Plan - August 2010 (PDF 3.7 MB)
Download the Upper Hume Sub Regional Strategic Plan - August 2010 (PDF 3.5 MB)

Hume Strategy Regional Plan Key Priorities 2015-2017

This report contains priorities for action that align with the Hume Strategy for Sustainable Communities 2010-2020 regional plan.

The Hume Strategy Regional Plan Key Priorities 2015-2017: An overview of regionally significant projects that require funding support from government (PDF 322.3 KB)   (Word 556.3 KB) is a refresh of regional priorities.

It will be used to guide cross government collaboration between the Hume Regional Development Australia Committee and key stakeholders in the Hume Region.

State of the Hume Region 2010-2012

The State of the Hume Region 2010-2012 (August 2012) progress report on implementation of the Hume Strategy for Sustainable Communities 2010-2020 (Hume Strategy) regional plan was produced jointly by the Hume Regional Development Australia (RDA) Committee, Hume Regional Management Forum (RMF) and the Hume Region Local Government Network (HRLGN).

Published two years after completion of the Hume Strategy, the report was launched at a regional leadership gathering in September 2012 attended by government, business and community leaders.

The State of the Hume Region 2010-2012 report highlights priorities, actions and results related to Hume Strategy implementation and is evidence of a regional commitment to evaluation and reporting on outcomes relating to the regional plan.

Download the State of the Hume Region 2010-2012 progress report – August 2012
State of Hume Region 2010-2012 (PDF 568.4 KB)

The Hume RDA is supporting the implementation of the Hume Strategy for Sustainable Communities as part of the Hume Strategy Partnership Group, comprising Hume RDA, the Hume Regional Management Forum and the Hume Region Local Government Network. To find out more about this project, visit here.



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Last Updated: 15 April 2016