Let's talk – Strategic Community Plan Review

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In order to plan for the City's future, we are undertaking a minor review of the Community Strategic Plan 2017-2027. As part of the review we want to hear from you about how we’re doing, where we can improve and what the City's priorities should be in the future.

What is the Strategic Community Plan?

Essentially, the Strategic Community Plan (SCP) is a shared plan of action with the community to capture future priorities and expectations of the City. These priorities will be used to set direction, aid budget decisions and resource allocations in the years to come. You can view the 2017-2027 Strategic Community Plan here.

Why review it?

The development and review of a SCP is a statutory requirement of the State Government’s Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework. The Local Government Act requires the SCP to have a minor review every two years and a full review every four years to ensure it's relevance and responsiveness.

What's next?

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the draft document, 'Roadmap for building a better Bayswater'. At it's meeting on 9 April Council endorsed the minor review of the Strategic Community plan. The Roadmap for a Better Bayswater summarises the review and sets future direction for the City.

You can still access the draft document in the document library, along with the Community Engagement Outcomes Report, providing you with an overview of the process and what you told us during the community engagement phase.

In order to plan for the City's future, we are undertaking a minor review of the Community Strategic Plan 2017-2027. As part of the review we want to hear from you about how we’re doing, where we can improve and what the City's priorities should be in the future.

What is the Strategic Community Plan?

Essentially, the Strategic Community Plan (SCP) is a shared plan of action with the community to capture future priorities and expectations of the City. These priorities will be used to set direction, aid budget decisions and resource allocations in the years to come. You can view the 2017-2027 Strategic Community Plan here.

Why review it?

The development and review of a SCP is a statutory requirement of the State Government’s Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework. The Local Government Act requires the SCP to have a minor review every two years and a full review every four years to ensure it's relevance and responsiveness.

What's next?

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the draft document, 'Roadmap for building a better Bayswater'. At it's meeting on 9 April Council endorsed the minor review of the Strategic Community plan. The Roadmap for a Better Bayswater summarises the review and sets future direction for the City.

You can still access the draft document in the document library, along with the Community Engagement Outcomes Report, providing you with an overview of the process and what you told us during the community engagement phase.

  • Have your say on the draft plan!

    4 months ago

    The City of Bayswater is seeking feedback on the minor review of its Strategic Community Plan.

    The "Road map for building a better Bayswater" is an easy to read summary of the priorities for the City to address in response to community consultation, conducted in September 2018. This one page document is available by clicking here or from City of Bayswater libraries and Civic Centre.

    If you have feedback, comments or concerns please let us know by completing the submission form, before Tuesday 5 March, or by replying to:

    Fiona Bentley, Strategic Planning and Projects Manager

    Email: fiona.bentley@bayswater.wa.gov.au

    Telephone:...

    The City of Bayswater is seeking feedback on the minor review of its Strategic Community Plan.

    The "Road map for building a better Bayswater" is an easy to read summary of the priorities for the City to address in response to community consultation, conducted in September 2018. This one page document is available by clicking here or from City of Bayswater libraries and Civic Centre.

    If you have feedback, comments or concerns please let us know by completing the submission form, before Tuesday 5 March, or by replying to:

    Fiona Bentley, Strategic Planning and Projects Manager

    Email: fiona.bentley@bayswater.wa.gov.au

    Telephone: 9270 4181

    Mail: PO Box 467, Morley, WA 6943