Have your say on the proposed Council Plan
The Proposed Council Plan 2017-2021 was presented to Council for consideration at its meeting on Monday 24 April 2017.
Council resolved that the Proposed Council Plan 2017-2021 will be Banyule’s council plan as required by Section 125 and 126 of the Local Government Act 1989.
The opportunity for formal submissions to the Proposed Council Plan and Budget is now open and will close on Thursday 25th May at 5pm.
Printed copies are available for viewing at our Customer Service Centres.
The Proposed Council Plan 2017-2021 sets the strategic direction for Council for the next four years and works together with the Proposed Budget 2017/18.
Current City Plan
Our 4-year City Plan 2013-2017 was initially adopted by Council in June 2013 and sets Council’s priorities and direction over four years. It helps guide the services we provide to residents and the broader Banyule community. The City Plan is Banyule’s Council Plan as required by Section 125 of the Local Government Act 1989.
The City Plan is reviewed and updated each year after comprehensive consultation with the community, councillors and staff to ensure we continue to deliver the most appropriate community services and projects.
The current City Plan, also known as the City Plan 2013-2017 (Year 4), was adopted by Council at its meeting on 14 June 2016.
The City Plan is supported by the Budget 2016/2017.
Previous City Plans
The previous City Plans:
City Plan Development & Previous Community Consultations
We used your feedback to help plan specific City Plan initiatives and priorities, which with our annual budget, guides our strategic planning framework. You can read more about how feedback has influenced and shaped outcomes on our Engage Discuss Respond page.
Details of how we consult with our community in the development of our City Plan can be found on our How we develop the City Plan page. Additionally the What you Said consultation summary provides detail on consultations associated with the City Plan 2013-2017 (Year 3).