The chapter addresses revitalisation of regional growth centres using a value capture planning (VCP) model. Two subjects (from earlier chapters) of significance to growth centres are firstly summarised: (1) the implications of the coronavirus pandemic (2020) for future urban planning (Chap. 1); and, (2) VCP model (including components of housing, public and open spaces, and sustainable transport) (Chap. 2). The Gosford City Centre Revitalisation (GCCR) program (under the State of New South Wales and within the Central Coast Council) is then introduced. The Gosford City Centre is then selected as the case study precinct within the GCCR. The position of the City Centre within the Somersby to Erina Corridor (SEC) is then outlined. The VCP model is then applied to the Gosford City Centre precinct. Results and conclusions are then drawn, including the potential application of the model to other precincts within the study area. The application of the model beyond the Gosford City Centre is also addressed, including application to: the SEC; the Central Coast Council area overall; and, other NSW regional growth centres. At chapter’s end it’s noted that Chap. 7 will address: (1) overall results of applying the model to each of the four case study areas; and, (2) the application of the model to any city or regional growth centre in Australia or in the world.