The Draft 2017-2027 Community Strategic Plan, 2017-2021 Delivery Program and 2017-2018 Operational Plan including the Budget and Fees and Charges are now available for comment.
The public exhibition of the The Draft 2017-2027 Community Strategic Plan, 2017-2021 Delivery Program and 2017-2018 Operational Plan including the Budget and Fees and Charges will be open between 10 May and 9 June 2017.
Council welcomes feedback on any of these corporate documents before they are tabled at the ordinary meeting of Council on 27 June 2017 for final adoption.
Where do I find these documents?
The Draft Community Strategic Plan, Draft 2017-2021 Delivery Program and the Draft 2017-2018 Operational Plan will be on exhibition for public comment from Wednesday 10 May until Friday 9 June at the following locations/platforms:
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Campbelltown City is embarking on an exciting time of growth and change. This change brings many challenges for Council and the strategic response of the organisation has never been more crucial. In November 2016, Council commenced a process of public engagement to inform a new Community Strategic Plan (CSP). The CSP is Council's highest level strategic document and it articulates the aspirations of our community over the following 10 years. The CSP informs many other documents within the Integrated Planning and Reporting (IP&R) framework, including the Delivery Program and the Operational Plan. The Delivery Program is designed to outline the activities and programs of work that council will undertake to achieve the objectives of the CSP during the current council term. The Operational Plan details the specific activities and projects that will be undertaken in the current financial year and also details the budget associated with achieving these activities.
Community engagement - what did you tell us?
The Community Engagement Report(3MB, PDF)outlines the results of the many different methods of engagement that were undertaken by Council between November 2016 and March 2017. Overall, the key themes that were important to our community were:
- The protection and conservation of the natural environment, including the provision of open space.
- Ensuring that we are not overdeveloped, and that new buildings are attractive and create places where people want to be.
- Being able to work locally, with a growing economy that supports businesses to develop. This also includes Campbelltown's image, it's tourist attractions and the way we market our brand.
- Being able to travel around the city easily, without congestion and with better public transport systems. Ensuring that we plan for infrastructure that meets the needs of the city, and old infrastructure is upgraded.
- Being able to maintain the safe community lifestyle that we are currently afforded in Campbelltown. Address housing affordability and ensure that there is access to essential services across the city such as health and medical facilities and schools.
What did our kids say?
The children of Campbelltown shared some great ideas for their City, and those ideas are equally as important as the rest of the community. Some children left us with illustrations titled "When I grow up Campbelltown will look like..."
Check out some of their great work!
Eco Friendly Environment
The art building cross house