Maintaining our quality infrastructure
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is continuing its commitment to ensuring that the Council’s infrastructure assets are maintained at a high quality and standard, adopting the Infrastructure and Asset Management Plans (2017), for the ongoing management of civil infrastructure, drainage, building, and recreation and open space assets.
The Infrastructure and Asset Management Plans (2017) set out the Council’s proposed strategies for the management, maintenance, renewal and enhancement of its civil assets (roads, footpaths, kerbs and water tables), stormwater drainage network, community buildings and recreation and open space assets.
“The Council’s Infrastructure and Asset Management Plans are strategic documents which take into account a number of other strategies and initiatives, to ensure a robust and holistic approach is taken in the long-term management of the Council’s major infrastructure assets,” said Mayor Bria.
“The Council’s commitment to maintaining high quality infrastructure across the City, is reflected by the ongoing financial commitment towards its Annual Capital Works Programs, which has an annual expenditure of approximately $4.6 million,” he said.
The Infrastructure and Asset Management Plans (2017) are reviewed by the Council every four years, to ensure that they remain current and relevant according to other strategies, initiatives and priorities. Copies of the Plans are available for viewing on the Council’s website, viist: Publications & Documents
Media enquiries: Mayor Robert Bria on 0431 754 077