A BLUEPRINT for the city's future could get the final tick of approval from councillors on Tuesday night.
Public submissions on Tamworth Regional Council's Blueprint 100 plan have been received and incorporated into the document which designs the direction of the city.
The blueprint is part of a plan to have Tamworth reach a population of 100,000 by 2041, after it was recognised by Deputy Premier John Barilaro as a key area for growth for inland NSW in 2018.
The development of the plan started in March 2019 and involved a number of council workshops with input from the community, businesses, state government agencies, council's senior staff and councillors.
The plan focuses on four key areas to achieve a higher population, being jobs, skills, affordability and liveability.
The second part looks at land use planning in accordance with new state government guidelines.