|Indicator Name||Economic development and regeneration|
|User Outcome||Local opportunities|
To understand contributions to economy across places in NSW.
Economic value can be measured directly in higher property values, urban regeneration, the turnover of local businesses, and vacancy rates. Economic value can also be indirect, such as creating places that attract global talent or delivering health benefits from active transport options.
This indicator will support practitioners to understand the potential economic development and regeneration by assessing employment growth, population growth, land use changes and major projects that have been considered in the Government pipeline. Based on the outcome of the assessment, practitioners can determine how fast economic development is expected to grow over the next 20 years.
Practitioners can use the employment growth metric to measure the employment growth rate in 2036 from 2016.
Practitioners can use the population growth metric to measure the population growth rate in 2036 from 2016.
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