Liverpool Plains residents can drop into Werris Creek or Quirindi from January 22 to view the shire's draft plans for the next 20 years.
The Local Strategic Planning Statement will go on exhibition from January 21 and sets out the council's vision for growth and change, and plans for economic, social, and environmental land use.
"In late 2018, council started a conversation with our community as a part of the Open to Change campaign for the Local Environmental Plan (LEP)," LPSC general manager Jo Sangster said.
"The campaign provided an opportunity for the community to have input into what areas in the shire they think should be rezoned, and where, in their opinion, future development should be permissible with and without consent and what should be prohibited.
Ms Sangster said the consultation, combined with the Industrial Land Use Strategy in 2017 and the Community Strategic Plan had also informed the direction.
"Council also conducted a survey in late 2019 to ensure that we are on the right track with reflecting community aspirations for planning," she said.
- Wednesday, January 22, 1.30-3.30pm, at the council chambers, 60 Station Street
- January 30, from 6-7.30pm at the council chambers, 60 Station Street
- Thursday, January 23, 6.00-7.30pm, Werris Creek Library, 59A Single Street
- Wednesda, January 29, from 2-4pm, Werris Creek Library, 59A Single Street