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Long-term Financial Plan

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters Long-term Financial Plan sets out the financial projections for the Council's planned activities over a ten year timeframe.

Long Term Fin Plan 2024 - tileThe Local Government Act 1999, requires councils to prepare a Long-term Financial Plan covering a period of at least 10 years.

The Long-term Financial Plan is a key document in the Council's Strategic Planning Framework. It is the primary financial management tool which links the Council's Strategic Plan, CityPlan 2030, Whole of Life Asset Management Plans and the Annual Business Plan and Budget

The financial projections contained within the Plan provide an indication of the Council’s direction and financial capacity rather than predicting the future financial performance and position of the Council. The Plan should be viewed as a guide to future actions or opportunities which encourages the Council to think about the future impact of decisions made today on the Council’s long-term financial sustainability.

At its meeting held Monday, 11 December 2023, the Council endorsed the Draft Long-term Financial Management Plan 2024-2034. The Draft Long-term Financial Management Plan 2024-2034 will be finalised by the Council following the adoption of the Council's 2024-2025 Annual Business Plan and Budget.

View: Draft Long-term Financial Management Plan 2024–2034 (Flipbook)

At its meeting held on Thursday, 7 March 2024, the Council’s Audit & Risk Committee received and noted updated Key Performance Indicators as set out in draft Long-term Financial Plan 2024-2034.

View: Updated Key Performance Indicators – February 2024 (pdf)