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  • 1. Decision Support Systemfor Local and RegionalPlanningLocation Information Strategy
  • 2. Regional decision-making Think of a key regional decision that was recently made  Investment  Planning  Strategic Broadly map the decision making process  Who made the decision?  How was the need established?  What inputs were used to make the decision?  What criteria was used to make the decision?
  • 3. IntroductionEvidence based decision-making is beingadvocated Regional investment Town planning Strategy developmentChallenges What criteria? What measures? What data?
  • 4. Evidence-Based Decision Making Problem/Opp Present Options ortunities Initiatives Impacts Performance Identification DefinitionStrategie Broad targets, Standards for Criteria for Business case Broad targets, s&policies goals performance investment guidelines goals Options Revised Performance Performance LIS Report card assessment performance scorecard scorecard and impacts scorecardOn-the- Deal-makingground Scanning andexpertis Data collection Verification and Data collection consulting e partnerships
  • 5. What to measure Availability Quality Suitability Timeliness Spatiality
  • 6. Metrics
  • 7. Scene Setting Major release of new information (Census 2011) Relevant to a number of strategic benchmarks Triggers assessment of progress against strategic performance targets  Regional Blueprints  State Planning Strategy  Other Strategic documents
  • 8. Metrics
  • 9. Resilience
  • 10. Resilience
  • 11. Resilience
  • 12. Problem Identification Significant population growth Employment creation is lagging Residents are having to go further and further for work Employment creation in the Region is in the east, with settlement in the west
  • 13. Metrics
  • 14. Prosperity
  • 15. Prosperity - Concentration Employment EmploymentTop Ten Industries by ECF Change 2006 2011Basic Non-Ferrous Metal Manufacturing 3.51 11.15 7.64Other Livestock Farming 5.98 6.70 0.72Horse and Dog Racing Activities 4.43 6.07 1.64Poultry Farming 3.64 3.97 0.33Nursery and Floriculture Production 3.87 3.14 -0.74Rail Passenger Transport - 2.88 2.88Dairy Cattle Farming 3.16 2.59 -0.57Retail Commission-Based Buying and/or - 2.53 2.53SellingWaste Collection Services 2.55 2.51 -0.04Land Development and Site Preparation 2.77 2.43 -0.34Services
  • 16. Prosperity – Shift Share Local firms outperforming in a high Local firms outperforming in a low growth growth industry industry Commercial Fishing Coal Mining Food, Beverage and Tobacco Manufacturing Metal Ore Mining Textile, Clothing, Footwear and Leather Other Mining Manufacturing Construction Trade Services Wood and Paper Product Manufacturing Education Printing, Publishing and Recorded Media Petroleum, Coal, Chemical and Associated Product Manufacturing Metal Product Manufacturing Other Manufacturing Rail Transport Services to Transport
  • 17. On-the-ground verification Mining, ore processing and food production Opportunities for growth  Fertile soils Findings  Water supply constraint to utilistion of highly arable soil  Certainty of water supply constraint to existing operations of Alcoa refineries  Certainty of water supply a potential future constraint to Boddington mine operations
  • 18. Metrics
  • 19. Verification – Water Supply
  • 20. Verification
  • 21. Intervention Opportunities Consult with field experts  Public  Private Alignment with Priority Projects?  Facilitateindustry development  Drive investment  Create employment Define success  _GL/year allocated water available to priority industries
  • 22. Intervention Opportunities -Pipeline
  • 23. Investment Criteria Project selection – regional priority Funder’s criteria Against defined performance outcomes  Stage 1 - _ GL per year  Stage 2 - _ GL per year
  • 24. Project Impacts Performance against intervention (change in GL of available water) Resilience  Employment self sufficiency  Totaljobs  Diversity of jobs Prosperity  Target industries
  • 25. Review of impacts - ProsperityCensus 2016 Employment Employment Employment Top Ten Industries by ECF Change 2006 2011 2016 Nursery and Floriculture 3.87 3.14 15.47 11.60 Production Basic Non-Ferrous Metal 3.51 11.15 11.15 7.64 Manufacturing Other Livestock Farming 5.98 6.70 6.70 0.72 Horse and Dog Racing Activities 4.43 6.07 6.07 1.64 Mushroom and Vegetable Growing 1.23 1.55 5.49 4.26 Poultry Farming 3.64 3.97 3.97 0.33 Rail Passenger Transport - 2.88 2.88 2.88 Dairy Cattle Farming 3.16 2.59 2.59 -0.57 Retail Commission-Based Buying - 2.53 2.53 2.53 and/or Selling Waste Collection Services 2.55 2.51 2.51 -0.04
  • 26. Review of impacts - Prosperity
  • 27. Evidence-Based Decision Making Problem/Opp Present Options ortunities Initiatives Impacts Performance Identification DefinitionStrategie Broad targets, Standards for Criteria for Business case Broad targets, s&policies goals performance investment guidelines goals Options Revised Performance Performance LIS Report card assessment performance scorecard scorecard and impacts scorecardOn-the- Deal-makingground Scanning andexpertis Data collection Verification and Data collection consulting e partnerships
  • 28. So……… Demonstration of the process Definition needed of:  Data  Metrics  Standards Key is to:  Provide useful, accurate performance data  Be specific in its purposes  Utilise current information and data sources