Growing investment, advocating for key infrastructure projects, promoting the region’s liveability and opportunities while continuing to grow Gippsland’s leadership are all strategic priorities set out in the Committee for Gippsland’s 2021-2024 Strategic Plan launched in Traralgon today.
Committee for Gippsland Chair, Mr Alex Aeschlimann launched the Strategic Plan and said it was an important document to outline the organisation’s priorities and opportunities for Gippsland over the next three years.
“The past 18 months has seen significant policy changes, droughts and bushfires and a global pandemic create major disruption for businesses and community, and our Strategic Plan will play an important role in advocating for our region’s future.”
Committee for Gippsland members welcomed Victorian Treasurer, Hon Tim Pallas, to the launch where they were also able to discuss key priorities.
“The Future is bright in Gippsland, and the Victorian Government looks forward to working with the Committee for Gippsland to support jobs and investment growth across the region as we bounce back from the economic challenges of the coronavirus pandemic,” Treasurer Tim Pallas said.