City Plan Review

This consultation has concluded.

A big thank you to everyone who sent in their ideas. This community consultation has now closed.

We want your ideas on our updated Plan for Randwick City and our Resourcing Strategy.

The Randwick City Plan is a 20-year strategic plan that reflects our community’s vision and long term goals for the health and well being of our people, our economy and the natural and built environment. Underpinning the Randwick City Plan is a Resourcing Strategy.

The Resourcing Strategy shows how we will deliver services to the community in a cohesive and sustainable way. It includes modelling options for future rates and revenue forecasts. The Strategy is made up of:

  • a long term financial plan
  • an asset management strategy and
  • a workforce plan

The Resourcing Strategy is based on Model 3 (shown in Long Term Financial Plan) which sets an Integrated Planning Rate of 3.59 per cent for the next four years (2013-17). We are keen to have your comments on this aspect of the Resourcing Strategy.

The outcomes and directions in the Randwick City Plan direct specific strategies, such as our crime prevention and cultural plans. Our one year Operational Plan and the four year Delivery Program outline these actions.

The Plan belongs to the community. Council prepared the Plan through engagement and collaboration with residents and ratepayers, local community groups and businesses, other levels of government and major institutions within the City.

We originally adopted the Randwick City Plan in 2006 and revised it in 2009. This updated Plan is based on  extensive research, input from ongoing community engagement processes and reflects the changes in community expectations shown in our biennial community surveys. 

 

A big thank you to everyone who sent in their ideas. This community consultation has now closed.

We want your ideas on our updated Plan for Randwick City and our Resourcing Strategy.

The Randwick City Plan is a 20-year strategic plan that reflects our community’s vision and long term goals for the health and well being of our people, our economy and the natural and built environment. Underpinning the Randwick City Plan is a Resourcing Strategy.

The Resourcing Strategy shows how we will deliver services to the community in a cohesive and sustainable way. It includes modelling options for future rates and revenue forecasts. The Strategy is made up of:

  • a long term financial plan
  • an asset management strategy and
  • a workforce plan

The Resourcing Strategy is based on Model 3 (shown in Long Term Financial Plan) which sets an Integrated Planning Rate of 3.59 per cent for the next four years (2013-17). We are keen to have your comments on this aspect of the Resourcing Strategy.

The outcomes and directions in the Randwick City Plan direct specific strategies, such as our crime prevention and cultural plans. Our one year Operational Plan and the four year Delivery Program outline these actions.

The Plan belongs to the community. Council prepared the Plan through engagement and collaboration with residents and ratepayers, local community groups and businesses, other levels of government and major institutions within the City.

We originally adopted the Randwick City Plan in 2006 and revised it in 2009. This updated Plan is based on  extensive research, input from ongoing community engagement processes and reflects the changes in community expectations shown in our biennial community surveys.