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Introduction This paper is a detailed critique of Shaping the Future An Economic Development and Vision Strategy for the Wheatbelt Region The critique is organised to address the following issues Focus Organisation and Scope Economic Audit and Profile Accessing Data and Information Consultation and Communication Strategy Implementation Monitoring Review and Implementation Shaping the Future An Economic Development and Vision Strategy for the Wheatbelt Region has all the elements of an economic development strategy but it will be shown that in several areas the strategy is significantly compromised and fails to achieve its full potential In many respects the strategy appears to be a promotional and scene-setting document rather than a tool designed to discover potential economic development opportunities within the Wheatbelt region The critique makes a number of suggestions that would improve the strategy but concludes that the goals objectives and strategies enumerated in Shaping the Future An Economic Development and Vision Strategy for the Wheatbelt Region are more about government facilitation rather than identification of specific industry opportunities Focus Organisation and Scope The focus of Shaping the Future An Economic Development and Vision Strategy for the Wheatbelt Region referred to as Shaping the Future hereafter is the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia The region is comprised of four quite distinct sub-regions based on the principal towns of Narrogin Northam Moora and Merredin Together these towns service 44 local governments containing 170 communities The principal towns have very similar roles in terms of providing higher level services to their surrounding communities The Wheatbelt Region is distinguished from eight other regions within Western Australia by its emphasis on agriculture and in particular wheat and wool production The regions legitimacy as a distinct economic region is underlined by the presence of the Wheatbelt Area Consultative Committee and recognition of the region in the Kelty Report 1993 p53 The organisation responsible for the preparation
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