Far North and Outback SA Climate Change Adaptation Plan
RDAFN, Outback Communtities Authority and the South Australian Arid Lands Natural Resource Management Board presents this Far North and Outback SA Climate Change Adaptation Plan.
This plan was developed with input form key decision-makers in the many complex and diverse sectors that make up our Region. While it provides the basis for more targeted work by key sectors, it also signals that there are actions we can begin working on together, whether in relation to infrastructure, labour and skills, business development, communication or environment and land management.
Economic Growth and Investment Strategy
The strategies identify key areas, projects or activities which will have immediate, medium and long term benefits for the City/Outback and informs a targeted and strategic approach to facilitate change towards a prosperous future of the town and outback. To download click on the EGIS below -
As part of our Commonwealth funding requirements all Regional Development Australia Boards were required to develop a Regional Roadmap, which describes the selected region, its attributes, industry and employment base and key advantages. The Roadmap sets out the economic, environmental and social vision for the region, articulates the drivers of change, identifies strengths, weaknesses and opportunities, and lists priorities for action.
The RDAFN Regional Roadmap was developed in-house utilising the existing skills of Board staff, existing Board documents and consultation with Stakeholders and Communities in the region.
For more information please view our Regional Roadmap
RDAFN undertakes an annual planning process which includes consultation with stakeholders, Board Members, Staff, relevant Government Departments and other leading industry representatives. From this planning process RDAFN produces an action plan which includes projects/priorities that are both long and short term. The annual action plan includes where applicable details of infrastructure projects and priorities for the region.
The Business Plan is a working document that drives actions and operational functions for Officers of RDAFN. RDAFN Project Officer’s schedule their activities around the key points of the Business Plan and are required to report their progress accordingly.
For more information please view our Business Plan