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Equine in Nillumbik Plan 2020-2030.
Equine in Nillumbik 2020-230 responds to the Nillumbik Shire Council Plan 2017-2021 that lists the development of an Equine Industry and Activity Plan as a priority action. It outlines the Shire’s strong history in equine, discusses the status of the sector and opportunities to be explored to increase participation, promotes support for equine economic development and identifies the opportunity to address the challenges of land care, pest and emergency management through collaboration.
The development of the Plan included consultation undertaken with the equine and broader community. The results of this assessment are presented in the AECOM report - Assessment of Equine Investment Opportunities.
Outcomes from this consultation facilitated the development of a Strength Weaknesses Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analysis to determine key focus areas and an equine action plan.
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Opportunity for Council to hear verbal submissions may be restricted at the present time, although the plan is currently scheduled to be considered at the Ordinary Council Meeting on 23 June 2020.
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