committee for bellarine
objectives and actions:
Bellarine 2050 Program:
a) To conduct thorough quantitative and qualitative research and analysis towards building a comprehensive and cohesive Data Base and current assessment of The Bellarine.
b) To identify major needs, issues and opportunities that will benefit community, environment, commerce and future development on The Bellarine using the Data Base.
Bellarine 2050 Program objectives:
Develop a comprehensive Data Base and information/research resource for community, commercial, government and planning organisations.
Identify major issues, needs, priorities and opportunities on The Bellarine.
Develop recommendations for key actions and projects.
Establish within Deakin, a best practice model for community research, review and development that is transferable and useable across Australia.
Facilitation of ongoing community planning, and environmental development on the Bellarine. Enhance community and liveability
on The Bellarine.
Collaboration by Deakin with Committee for Bellarine to ensure local knowledge and participation in development and implementation.
Enable Bellarine residents and community to have input and influence in future direction and development at all levels.
Bellarine 2050 Scope / current and future:
Demographics and behaviors
Economic, employment, and investment opportunities
Commerce, rural, and tourism
Sport, leisure and recreation
Environment, ecology and sustainability
Built environment and infrastructure
Community and liveability
Health and wellbeing
Social & cultural issues
Education and training
Technology and communication
Resources and energy needs
Key stakeholders and alliances
Macro issues and opportunities
Critical issues – internal & external
Collateral issues inward and outward
Deakin University will assist CfB contributing relevant resources.