With major public and private hospitals and a wide range of specialist and support services, this is one of Gosford’s busiest and most vital precincts.
The Corporation is committed to ensuring that the new Central Coast Local Health District infrastructure, including plans for the redevelopment of both the Gosford and Wyong Hospitals, are leveraged to:
The Corporation is also committed to leveraging the investment in Gosford Hospital to maximise the financial return to the State Government.
The coastal waterways and rugged topography of the Central Coast have led to dispersed settlement and difficulties connecting residential and employment centres.
Improvements in connectivity are critical to the region’s development and its economy. There is a need to consider how to link employment centres on the Central Coast through improved public transport.
Improved rail and road access will benefit existing and future residents and commuters and create local employment opportunities. Strategic infrastructure corridors could be identified as possible future transport connections.
Improved east/west transport connectivity between coastal areas and the national transport infrastructure of the M1 Motorway and heavy rail line would lead to improved accessibility for the Gosford and Wyong city centres.