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Seven strategic priorities

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Erin Miller

on 31 May 2013

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S SEVEN STRATEGIC PRIORITIES REALISING THE BENEFITS OF THE MINING BOOM FOR ALL EVERY CHANCE FOR EVERY CHILD AN AFFORDABLE PLACE TO LIVE SAFE COMMUNITIES, HEALTHY NEIGHBOURHOODS CREATING A VIBRANT CITY GROWING ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PREMIUM FOOD AND WINE FROM OUR CLEAN ENVIRONMENT Generating ideas
90 proposals
14 groups
alignment, linkages and themes Innovation and enterprise Sustainability Analysing proposals Strategic planning It is essential that Adelaide competes for people and investment and thrives as a cultural, economic and social centre of the state. The residential population of the city centre is the same today as it was in 1866. If we can make our neighbourhoods safer and encourage more people to spend time outdoors or socialising we will help people live healthier and happier lives. If Australians met the national physical activity guidelines we would reduce coronary heart disease by 33%, diabetes cases by 25%, breast cancer risk by 12%, colon cancer deaths by 25%, stroke risk by 15%. We need to keep home rental and ownership costs within reach of all South Australians. The Australian Bureau of Statistics has found that housing costs are the single biggest expense that most South Australian households face. The greatest determinant of a child’s future health, development and happiness is the experience in the first five years of life. By the time a child is three years old, about 85% of their brain has been developed. We need to transform South Australia’s manufacturing sector to one that relies on design, innovation and new ideas for competitiveness. Each job in manufacturing generates 2 to 5 jobs in the rest of the economy. All South Australians must have the opportunity to benefit from a strong resources sector. South Australia is home to the world’s largest uranium resource, the fourth largest copper deposit and fifth largest gold deposit and the world’s largest zircon deposit.

Mineral exports in the year to March 2012 totalled $4 billion - four times greater than a decade ago. South Australia needs to increase the recognition of our premium food and wine, including the high standards of our producers and the regions in which it is produced. The South Australian food and wine industry is worth over $14 billion and accounts for 36% of South Australia’s total merchandise exports. Overarching communications strategy Premier the Hon Jay Weatherill Impact assessment
Evidence base:
~ Over the horizon economic analysis by Treasury
~ Triple bottom line analysis
~ Deloitte Access Economics
~ State Economic Development Board Respect and responsibility Why these
seven? - Agility
- Strategic capability
- Strategic contribution at a national level
- Innovation
- Relations with all tiers of government
Jim Hallion
Chief Executive
Department of the Premier and Cabinet SA
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