To ensure that our City continues to prosper and retains its vibrancy and strong 'sense of place', the Council works closely to its strategic plans.
The CityPlan 2030 – Mid Term Review is currently in progress.
Strategic Plans assist the Council to maintain a clear focus on issues of importance and enable it to allocate appropriate resources to achieve the desired outcomes.
Community consultation is undertaken to develop strategic plans, to ensure that the aspirations and priorities of all stakeholders are taken into account.
The overarching planning framework for the Council's decision-making is the long-term strategic management plan, CityPlan 2030: Shaping Our Future. CityPlan 2030 was endorsed by the Council in July 2008 and captures our community's vision for the City over the next 20 years and beyond.
The Local Government Act 1999, requires all Councils to develop strategic management plans for their area. The suite of strategic plans for the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters includes CityPlan 2030 as well as the Council’s long-term Financial Management Plan and the Infrastructure & Asset Management Plans. These plans are updated and reviewed regularly to ensure that the priorities continue to be relevant.