Annual Business Plan and Budget
The Annual Business Plan links our strategic management plans with our budget planning process to ensure that we maximise the use of our available resources to achieve the best possible mix of services, infrastructure and facilities for our communities each financial year.
The Annual Business Plan actions and budget are developed in the context of delivering Council’s strategic priorities; it sets out the Council’s proposed program of services, functions and projects for the financial year.We are committed to ensuring that we deliver services and programs aligned with our Community Plan 2016-2032 in an effective, sustainable, responsive and transparent manner that reflects our values.
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2019-2020 Annual Business Plan and Budget
The Annual Business Plan and Budget 2019-20 was adopted by Council at the meeting held 11 June 2019. It represents the final year of delivery of our Strategic Plan 2016-2020 and is critical in our aim to deliver a Proud, Safe and Progressive community by 2020.
The following Let's Talk Program Information Sheets are included as reference to information provided during the consultation process.
There is no rate in the dollar increase proposed for the 2019-20 financial year
We have budgeted to spend $43.7 million in 2019-20. This includes $30.1 million on Services and Key Projects, $13.5 million on new assets and significant upgrades through Capital Projects.
Services (Operating Expenditure)
For each $100 of expenditure the following amounts will be spent on the services provided
Aged and Disabled Care Council
Community Planning & Engagement
Planning and Development
Leadership and Governance