Northern Tasmania Development

NTD advances the interests and development of Northern Tasmania by facilitating and co-ordinating worthy economic and community initiatives, in conjunction with our eight northern members Councils. Together with this, NTD offers intelligence on developments within the northern region, and acts as a springboard to further information for business opportunities.

Northern Tasmania Council Map - Municipal Boundaries

Northern Tasmania Projects

The Northern Tasmania projects of NTD are based around strategic planning, regional land-use planning, regional transport and infrastructure planning, and local government resource sharing initiatives.   These projects allow us to work within the community and the region to develop and grow Northern Tasmania.

As projects are identified, NTD develops these projects to reflect the best outcomes for the community and the northern region.   For more details and to view several of our current projects including the Industrial Land Study, the North East Mountain Bike Project and Statewide Planning Reforms go to the Northern Tasmania Projects page

Northern Resources

NTD releases reports, discussion papers and strategic direction papers based on our current and past projects.  These resources also assist businesses, government and inidividuals to learn more about NTD, what we undertake for the northern region of Tasmania, and the types of projects we are involved with and support including irrigration infrastructure, regional planning, business development, and the Port of Bell Bay.  Here you will also find useful links and details relating to the Regional Transport Funding Priorities.  To access these resources and more go to the Northern Resources page

Northern Tasmania Development Team

If you would like to know more about NTD's role, our vision and our team these details are located on our About Us page.  This page also includes our corporate information, including details outlining members of the Executive Committee and the role of the Local Government Committee.

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