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Hunter Councils

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Local Government
Place:Hunter Valley
State/Country:New South Wales, Australia
Subject Matter:Local Government
Summary Information:
The Hunter Councils are a group of 11 local governments in the Hunter Valley, who have been sharing expertise and working together on various collaborative projects for over 50 years.
Detailed Information:
A key aim of the Hunter Councils is to improve efficiency in the use of scarce resources, as well as reduce the costs of doing government.

The Hunter Councils include the following strategic unit divisions:

  • Environment Division;

  • Local Government Training Institute;

  • Regional Procurement;

  • Hunter Records Storage;

  • Screen Hunter Central Coast; and

  • Consultancy Services.

  • The Hunter Councils are party to the Many Rivers Regional Partnership Agreement (RPA), which was signed on 25 August 2009.

    Related Entries

  • Many Rivers Regional Partnership Agreement (RPA) - Signatory

  • Glossary

    Local Government | Regional Partnership Agreement (RPA) (Australia)

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