Shape Baysie - Major Review Strategic Community Plan

Help shape a bright future for our City by taking part in the major review of the City of Bayswater Strategic Community Plan.

What is the Strategic Community Plan?

The Strategic Community Plan (SCP) is the framework that guides everything we do at the City of Bayswater and ensures decision making is in line with community expectations. All Local Governments in Western Australia are required to have a ten-year SCP developed with the community to outline community vision and priorities. You can view the City's current 2017-2027 Strategic Community Plan in the document library.

Why review the Strategic Community Plan?

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.

How can I get involved?

As part of the first stage of community engagement, we asked two questions - what does being part of the City of Bayswater community mean to you and what you would like us to do in the future? We gathered input from a wide range of community members at local community events, at our libraries, at local schools and online. You can check out some of the feedback we received in the Ideas Board tab below.

Next steps

The City is working hard to do what it can to protect our community and staff and is taking steps to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). As such, we have decided to cancel all face to face consultation activities until further notice. Therefore, workshops scheduled for 28th March and 2nd, 4th & 8th April will not go ahead.

Despite the cancellation, community engagement will continue for this project. We are currently exploring new ways to involve the community including interactive online activities. Opportunities to contribute in alternative formats will also be explored, such as hard copy.

Please register your details below to be kept informed about how you can get involved. There is no need to re-register if you have already provided your details.

Help shape a bright future for our City by taking part in the major review of the City of Bayswater Strategic Community Plan.

What is the Strategic Community Plan?

The Strategic Community Plan (SCP) is the framework that guides everything we do at the City of Bayswater and ensures decision making is in line with community expectations. All Local Governments in Western Australia are required to have a ten-year SCP developed with the community to outline community vision and priorities. You can view the City's current 2017-2027 Strategic Community Plan in the document library.

Why review the Strategic Community Plan?

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.

How can I get involved?

As part of the first stage of community engagement, we asked two questions - what does being part of the City of Bayswater community mean to you and what you would like us to do in the future? We gathered input from a wide range of community members at local community events, at our libraries, at local schools and online. You can check out some of the feedback we received in the Ideas Board tab below.

Next steps

The City is working hard to do what it can to protect our community and staff and is taking steps to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). As such, we have decided to cancel all face to face consultation activities until further notice. Therefore, workshops scheduled for 28th March and 2nd, 4th & 8th April will not go ahead.

Despite the cancellation, community engagement will continue for this project. We are currently exploring new ways to involve the community including interactive online activities. Opportunities to contribute in alternative formats will also be explored, such as hard copy.

Please register your details below to be kept informed about how you can get involved. There is no need to re-register if you have already provided your details.