The Six Cities Region vision

Delivering global competitiveness and local liveability

To meet the needs of a growing population, we need to build the right economic, social and environmental framework to maximise opportunities that will improve people’s quality of life.

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SIX REGION SHAPERS

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First Nations voice

The wisdom and aspirations of First Nations peoples are recognised and embedded in planning for our future, and we care for Country.
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A connected region

People are digitally and physically connected within and between the six cities: to each other, to infrastructure, to Country, to the world.
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Housing

Everyone has access to a home that is connected, resilient, affordable, and which meets their needs.
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Inclusive places

People live in inclusive and vibrant communities that connect them to quality housing, services, jobs and amenities.
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Jobs and economies

Our economy is strong and resilient and people have access to innovation districts, skilled, secure jobs and local education and development opportunities.
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Green cities

Sustainable and climate-proofed cities, transport, homes and businesses run on clean, renewable energy as we transition to a net zero economy.

Next Steps

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Getting it done

Strategic planning across the region will improve people’s quality of life. Delivery will be structured, governed and monitored to achieve the agreed priorities.
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Join the conversation

Shape the future of the Six Cities Region by giving us feedback on the Discussion Paper and sharing ideas on your community’s priorities for strategic planning.