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Dwellings and development map

Between 2011 and 2036, Hallidays Point is forecast for the greatest increase in development of new dwellings in the Mid-Coast Council.

Visualising the geographic pattern of growth in dwelling stock across the Mid-Coast Council is a good starting point for assessing the scale and type of change each part of the area is undergoing. Some areas will be experiencing significant growth in new dwellings, either through greenfield development or densification and renewal.

However it would be a mistake to assume that areas not experiencing significant housing development are not undergoing change. Other processes will be at work such as the aging-in-place of the existing population and changing household structures. The age structure and household type maps will uncover these population shifts.

Forecast dwellings and development
Mid-Coast Council20112036Change between 2011 and 2036
Mid-Coast Council45,542100.059,871100.0+14,329+31.5
Bulahdelah - Central Rural9242.01,1081.9+184+19.9
Crowdy - Harrington - Johns River1,7243.82,6864.5+962+55.8
Forster North4,2679.45,0638.5+796+18.7
Forster South - Green Point3,5417.84,7337.9+1,192+33.7
Gloucester Balance1,0992.41,1992.0+100+9.1
Hallidays Point1,8034.03,8256.4+2,022+112.1
Hawks Nest - Tea Gardens2,9646.54,1066.9+1,142+38.5
Nabiac - Failford - Darawank - Rural North1,1732.61,5542.6+381+32.5
North Arm Cove - Pindimar - Nerong7191.67991.3+80+11.1
Old Bar - Wallabi2,0854.63,7316.2+1,646+78.9
Old Bar Balance1,0692.31,2412.1+172+16.1
Pacific Palms - Blueys Beach - Coomba Park2,6175.73,2215.4+604+23.1
Stroud - Rural West1,2662.81,5642.6+298+23.5
Taree Balance2,2695.02,7434.6+474+20.9
Wingham Balance2,1174.62,2283.7+111+5.2

Population and household forecasts, 2011 to 2036, prepared by .id , the population experts, July 2017.