There are four components to the Rural & Regional Liveability framework; elements, principles, influences and domains.
Click on the two page reference guide and the video’s below to gain further insights into each component.
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Are the basic ingredients for sustainable; growth, development, and health & wellbeing for all
Governs how well each element optimises Liveability for different population groups.
Influences: External factors which have cascading effects on the elements and principles and overall liveability.
Domains: The triple bottom line – striking a balance between social, economic and environmental needs.
The elements, principles, influences and domains all interact together to create Rural and Regional Liveability.
The Rural & Regional Liveability definitions paper provides you with an understanding of how these components interact.