Integrated Planning & Reporting
The NSW Government introduced the Integrated Planning and Reporting framework in 2009 to assist councils in delivering their community vision and long term objectives through long, medium and short term plans and reporting. The purpose of the framework was to formalise best practice strategic planning across NSW councils to ensure a more sustainable local government sector.
The Council, under the Local Government Act 1993, is required to have a community engagement strategy, based upon social justice principles, for engaging the community when developing the Community Strategic Plan (CSP) and for other planning activities. The purpose of this strategy is to outline the processes Council will use to engage the community in a range of planning contexts. It describes how the Council's Community Engagement Policy will be implemented and it informs how individual engagement action plans will be developed and carried out.
The Community Strategic Plan (CSP) represents the highest level of strategic planning undertaken by a local council. All other plans developed by the council as part of the Integrated Planning and Reporting framework reflect and support the implementation of the Community Strategic Plan.
YOUR future 2030 is the Community Strategic Plan for the future of the City of Canada Bay. The plan reflects the aspirations and priorities of the community that were identified following extensive engagement.
The CSP identifies Delivery Strategies that are implemented through the four year Delivery Program.
Based on what you said throughout the extensive engagement processes, the plan identifies five key themes:
YOUR future 2030 will be reviewed following the next Council election to be held in September 2020.
Council's Resourcing Strategy identifies how the goals and aspirations identified in the Community Strategic Plan, YOUR future 2030, and actioned through the Delivery Program, will be prioritised and achieved.
The Resourcing Strategy comprises of three components:
The Resourcing Strategy is also intended to make clear what elements of the Community Strategic Plan the council will take responsibility for. Other levels of government, business, non-government organisations, community groups and individuals will also have a role in achieving the outcomes of the Community Strategic Plan.