Residents of real estate in Surfers Paradise and the surrounding areas are set to benefit from a new draft plan released by the City of Gold Coast to improve the region's culture.
The Draft Culture Strategy 2013-2023 is a ten-year plan that will build on the city's cultural identity, and will help to improve livability for its many residents, tourists and visitors.
"It demonstrates our commitment to enhancing the Gold Coast's liveability and reputation as one of the world's great cities, by creating opportunities for residents and visitors to access diverse cultural experiences that are distinctly Gold Coast," said Gold Coast mayor Tom Tate in a July 11 statement.
The draft strategy outlines a number of projects that will be rolled out over the next ten years.
Some of these projects include developing a digital cultural portal for the city, a Cultural Tourism Plan, the establishment of the Gold Coast Design Council, and the implementation of programming that is 'distinctly Gold Coast'.
The new strategy will also be delivering a few of these projects in order to accommodate for the thousands of visitors that will flock to the Gold Coast for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
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