Draft Integrated Planning Documents

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This consultation has concluded. The Integrated Planning documents will be tabled at the June 2013 Council meeting.

The draft 2013-2017 Delivery Program and draft 2013-14 Operational Plan now on public exhibition!

The community has the opportunity to have a close look at Council's plans and vision for the short to medium term with the draft 2013-2017 Delivery Program and draft 2013-14 Operational Plan now on public exhibition.

The Delivery Program highlights the objectives that the Councillors have committed to undertaking in their four year term. The Operational Plan describes the specific actions of the Council over the next financial year to meet those overall objectives. The Operational Plan is divided into the five focus areas of Council and includes financial summaries and works programs for each area.

These draft documents have been developed following significant community engagement and detailed analysis of the financial and resource availability to create plans that can be successfully delivered.

Review the draft plans and associated documents!

Download and review the draft documents from the library including;

  • The 2013-2017 Delivery Program
  • 2013-14 Operational Plan
  • 2013-17 Resourcing Strategy (Long term Financial Plan, Workforce Management Strategy and Asset Management Plan)
  • 2013-14 Fees and Charges
  • 2013-14 Rating Maps
  • 2013-17 Social Strategy

Have your say on what Council delivers!

The public exhibition on the draft documents closes on 24th May, 2013. All submissions will be considered before the final documents are considered for adoption prior to the new financial year.

Your feedback will help Council deliver the services and infrastructure projects that meet community expectations.

The draft 2013-2017 Delivery Program and draft 2013-14 Operational Plan now on public exhibition!

The community has the opportunity to have a close look at Council's plans and vision for the short to medium term with the draft 2013-2017 Delivery Program and draft 2013-14 Operational Plan now on public exhibition.

The Delivery Program highlights the objectives that the Councillors have committed to undertaking in their four year term. The Operational Plan describes the specific actions of the Council over the next financial year to meet those overall objectives. The Operational Plan is divided into the five focus areas of Council and includes financial summaries and works programs for each area.

These draft documents have been developed following significant community engagement and detailed analysis of the financial and resource availability to create plans that can be successfully delivered.

Review the draft plans and associated documents!

Download and review the draft documents from the library including;

  • The 2013-2017 Delivery Program
  • 2013-14 Operational Plan
  • 2013-17 Resourcing Strategy (Long term Financial Plan, Workforce Management Strategy and Asset Management Plan)
  • 2013-14 Fees and Charges
  • 2013-14 Rating Maps
  • 2013-17 Social Strategy

Have your say on what Council delivers!

The public exhibition on the draft documents closes on 24th May, 2013. All submissions will be considered before the final documents are considered for adoption prior to the new financial year.

Your feedback will help Council deliver the services and infrastructure projects that meet community expectations.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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  • Do you want to know more about the roads priorities?

    over 8 years ago
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    These draft planning documents have been developed following community feedback received in the Hastings Horizons project of 2012. Results showed that residents want to better understand how road maintenance is prioritised and where funding is allocated.

    A Roads Awareness Campaign has been approved by Council which will involve signage to highlight road construction and maintenance projects, brochures explaining the priority system and website updates.

    What information do you want to know about the roads projects and funding?

    Would it be valuable to know what roads projects are specifcially happening in your area?

    How would you like to receive this information?