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Monday, 17.06.2024
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The Federal Government’s Smart Cities Plan outlines ways to maximise the potential of cities using the three pillars of smart investment, smart policy and smart technology.

Central Coast Council’s adopted Economic Development Strategy references a number of initiatives relating to the Smart City Plan with which Council aligns, but what might that mean for our region?

Community Voice Australia Central Coast will host a discussion on the impact the smart cities concept might have on the region on Saturday, May 20, at Kincumber.

Presenters Kate Mason and Jessica Jurd will explore such possible impacts as zoning changes, public-private partnerships and the implications on residents.

Kate Mason will explain just what smart cities are and examine the implications of public private partnerships.

A dedicated community advocate and member of Community Voice Australia, she will highlight the importance of government transparency and informed decision making.

Jessica Jurd, a passionate member of the Hunter region, will investigate the changes in zoning required for smart city planning and explore the implications on the community.

Kate Mason will explain what smart cities are and their implications.

Entry will be by donation at the door.

The event will be held at Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre from 3pm to 4.30pm on Saturday, May 20.

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Quelle/Source: Coast Community News, 18.05.2023

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