Draft Delivery Program 2017-21 and Operational Plan for 2019-20

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This consultation is now closed. Thank you for your participation.

Council is currently exhibiting the Draft Delivery Program for 2017-21 and the Operational Plan for 2019-20. The Operational Plan is a detailed plan which provides information on Council’s key services, projects, programs and budget for the next financial year. It also includes a full list of all scheduled capital works and all proposed fees and charges.

Summary of the Delivery Program 2017-2021 & Operational Plan 2019-2020

Major Capital Works Projects

Capital Works represents net expenditure of some $155 million which includes major projects such as parks and recreation, road works and library facilities. Highlights for the 2019-20 financial year include:

  • Redevelopment of Phillips Park - $16,410,110;
  • Construction of a sporting facility at Cirillo Reserve - $8,000,000;
  • Construction of a passive recreation facility at Stante Reserve - $2,000,000;
  • Paving and street lighting upgrade along College Street - $1,600,000;
  • Commencement of construction of Civic Place - $5,500,000;
  • Rehabilitation of more than 21km of Council Roads; and
  • Paving of 11.5km of new footpaths.


Financial

  • $0.6m surplus net operating result;
  • Council’s rates will increase by 2.7% based on IPART determination;
  • Assumes no increases to financial assistance grants provided by the Federal Government
  • Council’s other non-statutory fees & charges will increase generally by 2.5%;
  • Staff award salaries will increase by 2.5%
  • Domestic waste collection and tipping contract cost will increase by 30% ($5m)
  • Allocates $2.4m for asbestos waste remediation
  • Council targets to achieve 1.7% (averaged over 3 years) operating performance ratio demonstrating financial sustainability;
  • Commits $155m towards its capital expenditure program

Other initiatives to be completed by 30 June 2020

Deliver Georges River, Casula Parklands Sculpture Walk;

Complete strategic concept design of Fifteenth Avenue;

Complete City Centre Public Domain Master Plan;

Establish an Out of School Hours Care program, Carnes Hills;

Lodge Local Strategic Planning Statement and Planning Proposal for Local Environment Plan;

Deliver Local Love tourism campaign;

Explore partnership with Western Sydney Parklands to promote existing trails and tracks within Liverpool LGA (Cecil Hills Walking Loop, Shale Hills Walking Loop) - Southern Parklands Stage 1 Off-Leash Dog Park at Shale Hills;

Deliver River Connections Project Masterplan for Chipping Norton lakes, Lake Moore and Riverside Park – the creation of a true river city that has a vibrant mix of uses and activities and proposes a long-term framework for the urban renewal of the Georges River Parklands Chipping Norton Lake Precinct;

Commence industry consultation process and tender documents for future waste disposal;

  • Implement the Destination Management Plan for tourism in Liverpool ;
  • Implement City Activation Strategy to create an 18-hour economy in collaboration with local businesses, government agencies and building owners and residents; and
  • Complete a review of Parking Strategy.


Please take some time to review the draft Delivery Program, Operational Plan and Budget 2019-20 and provide Council with your comments to assist in planning for the next twelve months.

Draft copies of the Delivery Program, Operational Plan and Budget 2019-20 are available on the right-hand side of this page in the Document Library. Hard copies can be found at Council's libraries and the Customer Service Centre, Ground Floor, 33 Moore Street, Liverpool.

Join us for a two-hour Q&A with CEO Kiersten Fishburn and senior staff on Council's Facebook page on Wednesday, 1 May 2019 from 6pm-8pm where you can ask any questions you may have.

Submissions should be made in writing with the reference number 2019/1214 and addressed to:

The Chief Executive Officer, Liverpool City Council, Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC, NSW, 1871
Or emailed to liverpool2023@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

We value your feedback and appreciate any input you may have.

Closing date for submissions is 5pm, Friday 17 May 2019.

If you have any questions, please contact Council on 1300 36 2170 or by email at liverpool2023@liverpool.nsw.gov.au


This consultation is now closed. Thank you for your participation.

Council is currently exhibiting the Draft Delivery Program for 2017-21 and the Operational Plan for 2019-20. The Operational Plan is a detailed plan which provides information on Council’s key services, projects, programs and budget for the next financial year. It also includes a full list of all scheduled capital works and all proposed fees and charges.

Summary of the Delivery Program 2017-2021 & Operational Plan 2019-2020

Major Capital Works Projects

Capital Works represents net expenditure of some $155 million which includes major projects such as parks and recreation, road works and library facilities. Highlights for the 2019-20 financial year include:

  • Redevelopment of Phillips Park - $16,410,110;
  • Construction of a sporting facility at Cirillo Reserve - $8,000,000;
  • Construction of a passive recreation facility at Stante Reserve - $2,000,000;
  • Paving and street lighting upgrade along College Street - $1,600,000;
  • Commencement of construction of Civic Place - $5,500,000;
  • Rehabilitation of more than 21km of Council Roads; and
  • Paving of 11.5km of new footpaths.


Financial

  • $0.6m surplus net operating result;
  • Council’s rates will increase by 2.7% based on IPART determination;
  • Assumes no increases to financial assistance grants provided by the Federal Government
  • Council’s other non-statutory fees & charges will increase generally by 2.5%;
  • Staff award salaries will increase by 2.5%
  • Domestic waste collection and tipping contract cost will increase by 30% ($5m)
  • Allocates $2.4m for asbestos waste remediation
  • Council targets to achieve 1.7% (averaged over 3 years) operating performance ratio demonstrating financial sustainability;
  • Commits $155m towards its capital expenditure program

Other initiatives to be completed by 30 June 2020

Deliver Georges River, Casula Parklands Sculpture Walk;

Complete strategic concept design of Fifteenth Avenue;

Complete City Centre Public Domain Master Plan;

Establish an Out of School Hours Care program, Carnes Hills;

Lodge Local Strategic Planning Statement and Planning Proposal for Local Environment Plan;

Deliver Local Love tourism campaign;

Explore partnership with Western Sydney Parklands to promote existing trails and tracks within Liverpool LGA (Cecil Hills Walking Loop, Shale Hills Walking Loop) - Southern Parklands Stage 1 Off-Leash Dog Park at Shale Hills;

Deliver River Connections Project Masterplan for Chipping Norton lakes, Lake Moore and Riverside Park – the creation of a true river city that has a vibrant mix of uses and activities and proposes a long-term framework for the urban renewal of the Georges River Parklands Chipping Norton Lake Precinct;

Commence industry consultation process and tender documents for future waste disposal;

  • Implement the Destination Management Plan for tourism in Liverpool ;
  • Implement City Activation Strategy to create an 18-hour economy in collaboration with local businesses, government agencies and building owners and residents; and
  • Complete a review of Parking Strategy.


Please take some time to review the draft Delivery Program, Operational Plan and Budget 2019-20 and provide Council with your comments to assist in planning for the next twelve months.

Draft copies of the Delivery Program, Operational Plan and Budget 2019-20 are available on the right-hand side of this page in the Document Library. Hard copies can be found at Council's libraries and the Customer Service Centre, Ground Floor, 33 Moore Street, Liverpool.

Join us for a two-hour Q&A with CEO Kiersten Fishburn and senior staff on Council's Facebook page on Wednesday, 1 May 2019 from 6pm-8pm where you can ask any questions you may have.

Submissions should be made in writing with the reference number 2019/1214 and addressed to:

The Chief Executive Officer, Liverpool City Council, Locked Bag 7064, Liverpool BC, NSW, 1871
Or emailed to liverpool2023@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

We value your feedback and appreciate any input you may have.

Closing date for submissions is 5pm, Friday 17 May 2019.

If you have any questions, please contact Council on 1300 36 2170 or by email at liverpool2023@liverpool.nsw.gov.au


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    Liverpool City Council thanks you for taking the time to read these documents and make a submission.

    Liverpool City Council thanks you for taking the time to read these documents and make a submission.

    Consultation has concluded