Operational Plan

Operational Plan
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Supporting the Delivery Program is our Operational Plan which details the individual projects and activities to be undertaken during the financial year. Operational Plan Supporting the Delivery Program is our Operational Plan which details the individual projects and activities to be undertaken during the financial year. Community
Want to know what’s going on in the City, the different projects happening and where it all fits? Well, we have the answers right here in CBCity 2025 comprising the 2022-25 Delivery Program and 2023/24 Operational Plan. 
Supporting the 2022-25 Delivery Program is our annual Operational Plan which details the individual projects and activities to be undertaken during the financial year.
The next financial year will see Council spending $114.9 million on capital works across the City including $60.3 million on upgrades to community buildings and leisure and aquatic facilities; $13.9 million on road, car park, bridge and traffic upgrades; $9.6 million our parks, playgrounds and sporting facilities; $2 million water quality improvements; and $4.2 million on town centres.

Over the next twelve months, our community can also expect to see:

  • Construction commencing of the new Canterbury Leisure and Aquatic Centre;
  • More tree planting and a Towards Net Zero Emissions Plan;
  • An exciting annual calendar of events, including Ramadan Nights Lakemba, Lunar New Year and Bankstown Bites;
  • Engagement and planning for the new Campsie Cultural Hub, Panania Library and Knowledge Centre and the Roberts Park Community Hub;
  • Designs for new community facilities at Griffith Park, Bankstown, and a community facility at Thurina Park;
  • Planning for future upgrades at Belmore and Lakemba town centres;
  • Playground upgrades at Bennett Park, Croydon Park, Deverall Park, Ewen Park, Roma Reserve, and The Crest;
  • City-wide road rehabilitation including Edgar Street at Condell Park, Urana Road at Villawood, Loch Street at Campsie, Bishop Street at Revesby, and The Boulevarde at Punchbowl;
  • Progress on active transport infrastructure including planning and design of new pedestrian/bike bridges to cross the Cooks River at Charles Street, Canterbury and Bayview Avenue, Earlwood, and construction of a shared path at Phillips Avenue, Canterbury;
  • A new BMX track; and
  • Sporting facility upgrades at The Crest, Bass Hill, and Croydon Park.

 

The 2023/24 Operational Plan was adopted on 27 June 2023 and contains:

Overview of our City and Council

  • Highlights and Overview
  • The programs and projects to be delivered under each CBCity 2036 Destination
  • The 2023/24 Budget detailing the annual budget for investment in infrastructure and services
  • The 2023/24 Schedule of Fees and Charges

Operational Plan 2023/24 and 2022-25 Delivery Program

Operational Plan 2022/23 and 2022-25 Delivery Program

Operational Plan 2021/22

Operational Plan 2020/21

The City of Canterbury Bankstown acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, water and skies of Canterbury-Bankstown, the Darug (Darag, Dharug, Daruk, Dharuk) People. We recognise and respect Darug cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge the First Peoples’ continuing importance to our CBCity community.