Setting A Roadmap For Loddon Campaspe

18 October 2016

The Loddon Campaspe community will come together tonight in Bendigo with Premier Daniel Andrews to discuss and debate the region’s top priorities at the regions first Regional Assembly.

The Regional Assembly is the next step in the Loddon Campaspe Regional Partnership’s engagement with community, industry and government – providing an opportunity to flesh out ideas about what the region needs most.

In the lead up to the Assembly, the Loddon Campaspe Partnership posed questions to locals through its new website – which garnered hundreds of ideas.

People identified investing more in local jobs and improving health and wellbeing as the top priorities for the region, with increased participation in education and better roads and public transport also rating highly.

The Assembly will be an annual event that plays a key role in the new regional governance model, and allows each Regional Partnership to consult on regional priorities before directing them to the heart of government.

Following the Assembly, a summary of the outcomes, ideas and recommendations will be published online, and Regional Partnership Chair, Nigel McGuckian will brief the Rural and Regional Ministerial Committee on priorities for the region.

Each of Victoria’s nine Regional Partnerships will hold an Assembly before the end of the year. Regional Victorians are encouraged to have their say about what matters to them at: Link

Quote attributable to Premier Daniel Andrews

“There are great things already happening in this area and we want to build on those. Through the work of locals and a government that puts people first, the Loddon Campaspe region will go from strength to strength.”

Quote attributable to Loddon Campaspe Regional Partnership Chair Nigel McGuckian

“We’ve had a wonderful response from the community throughout Loddon Campaspe region. I know participants will provide their experience and knowledge of this region to ensure the most important priorities are identified.”

Quote attributable to Member for Bendigo East Jacinta Allan

“The Labor Government will continue to deliver for the Loddon Campaspe region, and work with locals to create the jobs and services that our community needs.”

Quote attributable to Member for Bendigo West Maree Edwards

“The Loddon Campaspe Regional Partnership is a real chance for the local community to deliver their ideas straight to the heart of government.”

Quote attributable to Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas

“The future of our region deserves a robust conversation that clearly focuses on the things that matter. Local employment, health and wellbeing and education are all key to achieving this vision.”

Reviewed 19 August 2020

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