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UPDATED City of Canterbury Bankstown’s Delivery Plan, Asset Management Strategy and Financial Management Strategy
Have Your Say on these important plans for the future of our City!
CBCity 2025, Council’s revised Delivery Program incorporating the draft 2023/24 Operational Plan, Budget and Schedule of Fees and Charges is now on public exhibition along with Council’s long-term revised Asset Management Strategy and Financial Management Strategy.
We welcome your feedback.
To find out more, visit haveyoursay.cbcity.nsw.gov.au.
Resourcing Strategy outlines how the City of Canterbury Bankstown will deliver the Community Strategic Plan, CBCity 2028. To reach our vision of a thriving, dynamic and real City, requires the availability of sufficient resources. Resources such as equipment, infrastructure, people, money and time. The Strategy aligns Council's resource allocation to not only support its strategic direction, but to guide and inform Council's decision making going forward. This requires the Resourcing Strategy to include Asset management planning, Long-term financial planning, Workforce management planning.
The Financial Management Strategy extends for a period of 10 years and provides a guide for future action. It details how we will address fiscal issues, look at opportunities for future income and economic growth while managing the balance between sustainability and achieving the required outcomes.
Financial Management Strategy
The Asset Management Strategy provides strategic guidance for the planning, construction, maintenance and operation of the assets essential for Council to provide services to the community.
Please click on the link below to read the PDF version of the report.
Asset Management Strategy
Access the online interactive version of the report below which includes maps and dashboards to further explore Council’s Asset management strategies.
The Workforce Strategy prepares Council to be innovative and resilient, as well as able to work in partnership and collaboration to deliver quality local services that meet the diverse needs of our community.