Joint Organisations are required to develop a Statement of Strategic Regional Priorities (SSRP) which sets out a vision for the region and provides an overview of the strategic actions required to deliver on that vision. Our SSRP is being referred to as the Hunter JO Strategic Plan 2032.
The Hunter JO Strategic Plan 2032 draws from the Community Strategic Plans (CSPs) of our ten Member Councils, regional-level plans, and other state strategic documents to clearly identify the highest regional priorities. It is a four-year document that aligns with the Integrated Planning and Reporting (IP&R) cycle.
It has been developed around Four themes from our Strategic Plan and Six Regional Priority Statements from our Advocacy Framework, that set the framework for the Hunter JO SSRP. They guide our resourcing, capacity and delivery of advocacy and program actions moving forward.
The Hunter JO Strategic Plan 2032 is our guide in relation to the initiatives and priorities where the ten Member Councils collaborate day-to-day. It is a document that belongs to councils and their communities through intensive engagement and ongoing consultation, that allows the Hunter JO to amplify what local government is doing at a regional scale.
The vision set out in our Strategic Plan is to be a Region that:
Check out our Hunter JO Communications and Engagement Strategy 2032 for information on how we communicate about our strategic plan.
For any enquiries regarding our Strategic Plan or the work of the Hunter JO, please email firstname.lastname@example.org