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Draft Economic Development Strategy 2020-2024

Consultation closed on 07 March 2021

The City of Ryde's draft Economic Development Strategy 2020-2024 (EDS) is on public exhibition for community comment. The draft Strategy outlines the goals, strategies and actions to promote and foster economic development and support the delivery of the Local Strategic Planning Statement and the 2028 Community Strategic Plan

The draft EDS is built on the three key pillars of economic development including placemaking, place-based marketing and capacity building. It has been designed to achieve the overall vision of the City of Ryde business community which is to build 'a resilient economy that fosters innovation, attracts investment and celebrates diversity'. 

Latest Updates

Have Your Say has now closed

Published on 8 March 2021

Have Your Say on the Draft Economic Development Strategy 2020-2024 has now closed.

Have Your Say is now open

Published on 3 February 2021

Have Your Say on the draft Economic Development Strategy 2020-2024 is open until Sunday 7 March 2021.

Have Your Say

You can Have Your Say on the Draft Economic Development Strategy 2020-2024 in a number of ways including completing the submission form below, via e-mail or post. 

Written submissions must be clearly marked as 'Draft Economic Development Strategy 2020-2024' and will be received up until Sunday 7 March 2021. They can be sent to: 

Online Submission

Online submissions has now closed. 

View the Draft Strategy

Hard Copies

From Wednesday 3 February until Sunday 7 March 2021, hard copies of the Draft Economic Development Strategy 2019-2024 are available to be viewed at:

  • All City of Ryde Libraries
    (during branch hours)

Contact Us

If you require more information about the Draft Economic Development Strategy 2020-2024 please call Customer Service on 9952 8222 or email cityofryde@ryde.nsw.gov.au or you may ring the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450 to ask an interpreter to contact Council for you.

Last updated on 9 March 2021