About

Regional Development Australia Far South Coast (RDA FSC) is developing partnerships with all levels of government and communities to enhance the growth and development of the South Coast to build a connected, innovative and sustainable region.

RDA CHARTER

STRONG, CONFIDENT AND VIBRANT REGIONS

A NEW CHARTER FOR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUSTRALIA

Regional Development Australia (RDA) is a national network of Committees made up of local leaders who work with all levels of government, business and community groups to support the economic development of their regions.

RDA Committees have an active and facilitative role in their communities with a clear focus on growing strong and confident regional economies that harness their competitive advantages, seize on economic opportunity and attract investment.

Collaborating with other RDA Committees, all levels of government and the private sector, RDA Committees will:

 

Co-ordinate

Co-ordinate the development of a strategic regional plan, or work with suitable existing regional plans that will align with the Commonwealth’s regional priorities.

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Promote

Promote greater regional awareness of and engagement with Australian Government policies, grant programs and research.

 

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Facilitate

Facilitate regional economic development outcomes, investment, local procurement and jobs.

Improve

Improve Commonwealth regional policy making by providing intelligence and evidence-based advice to the Australian Government on regional development issues.

Find out more about RDA by visiting the national RDA website or email rda@infrastructure.gov.au

Our Committee

Rob Pollock

Chair

John Lamont

Deputy Chair

Our Staff

Chief Executive Officer and Director of Regional Development: Fiona Hatcher
Project Manager: TBA
Migration Manager: Lily Hatcher
Regional Investment Officer (JBT): Violet Green
Migration Support Officer: TBA
Administration Support: TBA

REGIONAL OVERVIEW

The geographic area of responsibility for RDA –FSC covers the three LGAs of Shoalhaven City, Eurobodalla Shire and Bega Valley Shire.

Click on the pdfs below for information on the region as a whole, and each individual LGA.

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