Budget

This consultation has concluded.

Thank you to everyone who looked at this site, made a comment or sent in a submission. This community consultation has now closed. Council will consider all the submissions on the Budget and Operational Plan at its meeting of 26 June 2012. 

We want to hear what you think of our 2012-13 draft Operational Plan and Budget!

Randwick City Council’s Operational Plan for 2012–13 is the key document outlining our budget and proposed activities for the year ahead, and shows how we will achieve them.

Activities in the Operational Plan stem from our fixed, longer-term 2009–13 Delivery Program, which in turn is developed from our 20 year Randwick City Plan.

Our draft 2012/13 budget will deliver an all-time record $31 million direct investment in capital works projects, such as roads, footpaths, parks and building upgrades across Randwick City. The $144 million draft budget, comprising both capital works and operational expenditure, is a surplus budget that is completely debt-free.

See the library on this site for the draft Operational Plan, Budget and Fees and Charges. Hard copies of these documents can be seen at all Council libraries and the Council Administrative Centre. Phone 1300 722 542 for details.

See the FAQs for:

  • The services Council provides
  • How the budget is spent
  • Budget highlights
  • What's happening in your suburb

You can let us know your ideas through this community discussion forum. All comments will be reported to the Council meeting when it considers the adopting the 2012-13 Operational Plan, Budget and Fees and Charges for 2012-13.

You can also make a formal submission through the Formal Submission tab on this site.
 

Thank you to everyone who looked at this site, made a comment or sent in a submission. This community consultation has now closed. Council will consider all the submissions on the Budget and Operational Plan at its meeting of 26 June 2012. 

We want to hear what you think of our 2012-13 draft Operational Plan and Budget!

Randwick City Council’s Operational Plan for 2012–13 is the key document outlining our budget and proposed activities for the year ahead, and shows how we will achieve them.

Activities in the Operational Plan stem from our fixed, longer-term 2009–13 Delivery Program, which in turn is developed from our 20 year Randwick City Plan.

Our draft 2012/13 budget will deliver an all-time record $31 million direct investment in capital works projects, such as roads, footpaths, parks and building upgrades across Randwick City. The $144 million draft budget, comprising both capital works and operational expenditure, is a surplus budget that is completely debt-free.

See the library on this site for the draft Operational Plan, Budget and Fees and Charges. Hard copies of these documents can be seen at all Council libraries and the Council Administrative Centre. Phone 1300 722 542 for details.

See the FAQs for:

  • The services Council provides
  • How the budget is spent
  • Budget highlights
  • What's happening in your suburb

You can let us know your ideas through this community discussion forum. All comments will be reported to the Council meeting when it considers the adopting the 2012-13 Operational Plan, Budget and Fees and Charges for 2012-13.

You can also make a formal submission through the Formal Submission tab on this site.
 

Forum

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
  • 0

    Do you have any comments on the draft Fees and Charges

    The full details of the draft Fees and Charges are in the library on this site.

    The full details of the draft Fees and Charges are in the library on this site.

    by Randwick Administrator 24 Apr 2012, 12:23 PM 275 views
  • 3

    Do you have any comments on the draft 2012-13 Budget?

    A summary of how Council spends its Budget is in the FAQs  The full details are in the Budget papers in library on this site.

    A summary of how Council spends its Budget is in the FAQs  The full details are in the Budget papers in library on this site.

    by Randwick Administrator 24 Apr 2012, 12:07 PM 419 views
  • 11

    Do you have any comments on Council's draft Operational Plan for 2012-13?

    You can see the draft Operational Plan in the site library.

    You can see the draft Operational Plan in the site library.

    by Randwick Administrator 24 Apr 2012, 12:02 PM 485 views
  • 10

    Do you have any comments on Council's draft capital works program?

    The highlights of the Council's Capital works program are:

    • $8.3 million for a new community fitness centre and crèche at the Des Renford Leisure Centre.
    • $650,000 to upgrade five childcare centres
    • more than $3 million to resheet more than five kilometres of local roads
    • $1.7 million to repair and upgrade almost seven kilometres of footpaths ty
    • $320,000 to lay new street pavers on Belmore Road, Randwick
    • $280,000 for playground upgrades in Coogee and Kensington and
    • $465,000 to repair and improve Duke Street in Kensington to make it safer and smoother for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians.

    The highlights of the Council's Capital works program are:

    • $8.3 million for a new community fitness centre and crèche at the Des Renford Leisure Centre.
    • $650,000 to upgrade five childcare centres
    • more than $3 million to resheet more than five kilometres of local roads
    • $1.7 million to repair and upgrade almost seven kilometres of footpaths ty
    • $320,000 to lay new street pavers on Belmore Road, Randwick
    • $280,000 for playground upgrades in Coogee and Kensington and
    • $465,000 to repair and improve Duke Street in Kensington to make it safer and smoother for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians.
    by Randwick Administrator 24 Apr 2012, 12:01 PM 636 views