As a region we're experiencing the lowest water levels in our dams in over two decades. Level 2 water restrictions apply to all properties connected to Hunter Water's water supply network in the Cessnock Local Government Area.
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Kurri Kurri District Strategy
The Kurri Kurri District Strategy was developed in collaboration with the local community and was adopted by Council on 21 March 2018.
The Strategy strengthens Council’s planning framework and ensures the District is well-positioned to benefit from major regional infrastructure, urban growth and infill development. The Strategy incorporates the community's aspirations for the future of the District and outlines a vision, directions and actions for land use planning and development in the District to 2036. The Strategy includes commercial centre masterplans to guide future public domain improvements, revitalise and differentiate the Kurri Kurri and Weston centres and encourage visitation, new business and redevelopment.
The Kurri Kurri District Strategy and associated documents can be accessed via the following links:
- Kurri Kurri District Strategy
- Kurri Kurri Commercial Centre Masterplan
- Weston Commercial Centre Masterplan