Community Consultation

Your views, ideas and suggestions are important in helping to shape the future of the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters.

The Council is committed to effective consultation with our citizens and other stakeholders on issues which affect them. Listed below are the projects and programs we are currently seeking feedback on.

For more information on our approach to community consultation, download: Community Consultation Policy

 

Current consultation

LATM Study: Stage 2 consultation

16/07/2018

Consultation closes 5.00pm, Monday 6 August 2018

 Magill Road November 2017

 

 

The Council has engaged Tonkin Consulting to undertake its Stepney Maylands Evandale Local Area Traffic Management Study (LATM Study).

The LATM Study includes all local roads under the care, control and management of the Council located within the area bound by Portrush Road, Payneham Road and Magill Road (LATM Study Area).

Download: LATM Study Area Map

The key objective of the LATM Study is to identify and address issues which exist within the Study Area associated with traffic management and safety for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists. These issues include number of vehicles, speeds, cut-through movements and crashes.

The LATM Study does not include on-street parking as the Council is undertaking a City-Wide Parking Review as a separate project.

 

Study Stages

The LATM Study is being delivered in two community consultation stages. The timeline below contains a summary of the Study Stages.

LATM Study Timeline

  • Stage 1

    Completed

    Members of the community, including residents, property and business owners, were invited to assist in identifying the key issues which needed to be considered and addressed. More than 400 written submissions were received.

    An analysis of the Stage 1 consultation results, as well as the various traffic data which was collated from the Study Area, is currently being undertaken and will guide the development of a Draft Local Area Traffic Management Report (the draft Report).

    The draft Report will set out the key issues which have been identified and recommend strategies to address these issues. Completion of the draft Report is expected by the end of June 2018.

  • Stage 2

    In progress

    Community Consultation (16 July - 6 August 2018).

    This round of consultation will invite residents, property and business owners and members of the community to provide comments on the draft Report.

    These comments will guide the development of the final Report, which is expected to be presented to the Council for endorsement in late 2018.

Stage 2 consultation - have your say!

Stage 2 consultation invites comments on the draft Local Area Traffic Management Report (draft Report).

Residents, property and business owners and members of the community are encouraged to participate.

Download: draft Report
Please note: Large file size.

Alternatively, hard copies of the draft Report are available for viewing at the Norwood Town Hall or our Libraries

 

How to have your say

Please complete the online form below to provide your comments on the draft Report.

Online feedback form


Alternatively, you can provide written comments via:

All comments must be received by 5.00pm, Monday 6 August 2018.

 

More information

Claude Malak
Manager, City Projects
T: 08 8366 4542
E: cmalak@npsp.sa.gov.au

Youth Forum for parents, carers and community groups

10/07/2018

Get the Drift - teen at mixing desk

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is committed to providing opportunities for young people to be visible, valued and involved in shaping the current and future direction of the community.

The Council is in the process of developing a Youth Development Strategy to ensure that its services and programs meet the needs and aspirations of young people living, working or visiting the Council area for recreation.

Parents, carers and community groups are invited to participate in a Youth Forum which will help shape the Youth Development Strategy.

 

About the Youth Forum

We want to hear from:

  • parents and carers of young people aged 10-25
  • community groups delivering programs and services for young people aged 10-25.

Tell us about:

  • what youth related services you would like to see the Council provide
  • how the Council can support young people to reach their potential
  • identify gaps in youth services and opportunities in the Council area.

Event details

Youth Forum:
Date: Thursday 26 July 2018
Time: 1.30 - 3.00 pm
Venue: Payneham Library, 2 Turner Street, Payneham

 

RSVP

RSVP by 5.00pm, Tuesday 24 July 2018 to:

Rosanna Busolin
Manager, Community Services
T: 08 8366 4600
E: rbusolin@npsp.sa.gov.au

Draft Access & Inclusion Strategy

25/06/2018

Consultation closes 5.00pm, Wednesday 8 August 2018. (date updated)

 

 

 

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters has developed a draft Access & Inclusion Strategy. The Strategy sets out Council’s commitment to advancing the City as a welcoming, accessible and inclusive place for all citizens.

Download: draft Access & Inclusion Strategy

 

About the Strategy

The Strategy sets out goals and actions the Council will be working towards over 2018 – 2021 that will enable the Council to provide services, support, facilities and information that are not only accessible but genuinely inclusive for all citizens.

 

Strategy Priorities

The Strategy has five main Priorities for the Council to focus on; each one contains the Goals, Outcomes and associated Council Actions which are to be undertaken. The Priorities are listed in the table below.

 Priority

Description

1. Culture Creating a culture of awareness, respect and support for citizens of all ages, abilities and backgrounds within the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters and the wider community.
2. Accessible Environments Identifying and improving access issues relating to physical access, services, and sight and hearing impairments.
3. Information and Awareness Increasing the community’s awareness of support and lifestyle opportunities for citizens of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.
4. Living and Lifestyle Facilitating and supporting initiatives that enhance the lifestyle, health and safety for all citizens.
5. Partnerships Develop and strengthen connections and partnerships with other bodies, including State Government, other Local Government Authorities in the region and community groups in support of improving access and inclusion for all citizens.

Have your say

You are invited to provide your feedback on the draft Access & Inclusion Strategy, and comment whether you agree with the five Priorities and their contents, or whether there are other areas and needs which should be addressed.

To have your say, complete the online feedback form below.

Online feedback form


Alternatively, you can provide written feedback via:

  • email: townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au
  • post: City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters, PO Box 204, Kent Town SA 5071
  • in person: Norwood Town Hall Customer Service Centre, 175 The Parade, Norwood SA 5067

Note: hard copies of the feedback form and draft Strategy are available for viewing at the Norwood Town Hall or our Libraries

What happens next

All feedback received will be collated and summarised for consideration by the Council. This feedback will assist with finalising the Draft Access & Inclusion Strategy in preparation for final adoption by the Council.

Contact

Rosanna Busolin
Manager, Community Services
T: 08 8366 4600
E: townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au

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Previous consultation

Youth Development Strategy consultation

04/07/2018

Youth consultation

Please note consultation has been postponed to a later date.

 

 

The Council is developing a Youth Development Strategy to ensure that its services and programs meet the needs of young people in the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters.

Are you aged 15 – 25 and live, work or spend time in the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters? We want to hear from you!

Tell us about:

  • your aspirations, concerns and ambitions
  • what kind of events and programs interest you.

It’s free to attend and we will provide delicious pizza in exchange for your fresh thought and ideas.

Have your say

Tell us what you think at the Pizza Night (cancelled)

Young people aged 15 – 25 who live, work or spend time in the Council area are encouraged to attend.


RSVP by 5.00pm, Monday 9 July 2018

RSVP essential for catering purposes.

RSVP to:

Rosanna Busolin

T: 08 8366 4600
E: rbusolin@npsp.sa.gov.au

Syd Jones Reserve Upgrade

18/06/2018

Consultation closed 5.00pm, Monday 9 July 2018.

 Syd Jones Reserve

 

 

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is upgrading Syd Jones Reserve, located on the corner of Sullivan Street and Coorara Avenue, Firle.

By upgrading Syd Jones Reserve, the Council will be providing a well-designed and innovative open space that will contribute to the vibrancy of the local area.

We are now seeking ideas from the local community to help shape the draft Concept Plan.

 

Why upgrade Syd Jones Reserve

The Council’s Open Space Strategy identifies the location of Syd Jones Reserve, situated between Firle and Payneham South, to be an area lacking in quality public open space.

The upgrade of Syd Jones Reserve will cater for the needs of the current and growing communities of Firle and Payneham South, as well as the anticipated increase in the number of young people in these suburbs in the future. Upgrades could include new play spaces and facilities, such as new play equipment and seating.

More information about Syd Jones Reserve, including relevant document links and an overview of existing facilities, is provided on this page.

Have your say

We are seeking feedback from the local community on what you would like to see at Syd Jones Reserve (e.g. new play equipment, seating, picnic facilities), and what elements you would like to keep (e.g. trees, grassed area).

You can have your say in the following ways:

Online feedback form closed

 

Community Park Day

Come to the Park Day to have your say about the future upgrade of Syd Jones Reserve and enjoy a sausage sizzle!

Children are encouraged to come along to share their views on what they would like to see at the Reserve.  

Event details:
Venue: Syd Jones Reserve
Date: Saturday 30 June 2018
Time: 12.00pm to 3.00pm

 

Provide written feedback

Provide written feedback via:

  • Email: townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au
  • Post: Syd Jones Reserve Upgrade, City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters, PO Box 204, KENT TOWN SA 5071


More information

Relevant documents

Download document

Description and context

Open Space Strategy

The Council's Open Space Strategy, adopted in 2003, guides the provision, development and management of open space in the City.

The Strategy includes specific actions, guidelines and priorities that assist the Council to make informed and planned decisions regarding open space.

Syd Jones Reserve is currently designated as a Regional Level Reserve in the Council’s Open Space Strategy because of its unique range of activities including table tennis and the formerly operative tennis courts, however its size and functionality reflect a Neighbourhood Level Reserve.

Playgrounds Strategy Report

The Council's Playgrounds Strategy Report, adopted in 2006, provides the long term strategic direction for the future provision and management of playgrounds throughout the City.

The Strategy identifies the key issues associated with each of the playgrounds and outlines a strategic framework for the enhancement of these important community assets. 

An important outcome of the Playgrounds Strategy Report is the hierarchy of playgrounds, which aims to achieve different levels of provision and the best use of resources. 

The Playgrounds Strategy Report designates Syd Jones Reserve as a Neighbourhood Level Playground.  This Neighbourhood Level assumes that the playground will provide good quality, standard rather than unique, equipment that caters to arrange of different age groups.

Tennis Facilities Strategy

The two existing tennis courts currently located on Syd Jones Reserve are no longer in use. The tennis courts were recommended for removal in the Council’s Tennis Facilities Strategy developed in 2005. Specifically, the Strategy recommends removal of the courts on the basis that the courts are in poor condition and require full reconstruction and that there is an adequate supply of courts in close proximity. 

In addition, the Tennis Facilities Strategy recommends removing the tennis courts to provide better functionality and enhance the Reserve.

Existing facilities and assets

Facility/asset

Description

SES Building

Syd Jones Reserve was formerly the home of the Eastern Suburbs State Emergency Service (SES).

The building that housed the SES was constructed of besser blocks (cement brick) and was in relatively poor condition. Following the SES decision to vacate the site in 2015, the Council resolved to demolish the building and return the area to open space, as it was considered that it was not worth investing significant funds to upgrade the building; given the age and condition of the building. 

In 2016, the building was demolished and returned to simple landscaping to enable the area to be utilised until a Concept Plan for Syd Jones Reserve is developed and the Reserve is upgraded.

Table Tennis Academy

The Payneham Table Tennis Academy moved into the current location in Sullivan Street, Firle, in 1964. The facility houses six table tennis tables available for practising, competition match play and social table tennis.

In general the Council has been very supportive of the Club and has assisted the Club to improve its accommodation.

The Table Tennis Academy building would not be included in the upgrade of Syd Jones Reserve due to the funding resources allocated, however there may be opportunities to better integrate the outside of the building with the Reserve.

Playground

The playground equipment at Syd Jones Reserve is very limited, in very poor condition and is not in use. Whist maintenance renewal of this equipment is possible, the cost is high and for the same money, new equipment could be installed.

 Toilets

Syd Jones Reserve currently has male and female toilets which are in a dilapidated state and require demolition.

Contact

Olivia Franco
Strategic Projects Coordinator
T: 08 8366 4555
E: townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au

 

Dog and Cat Management Plan Review

12/06/2018

Consultation closed 5.00pm, Friday 6 July 2018.

 Dog and Cat Consultation Image

 


The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is reviewing its Urban Animal Management Plan 2012–2017 and developing a new Dog and Cat Management Plan. The new Plan will guide how the Council approaches the management of dogs and cats in the City over the next five years.

The Plan contains information for both new and existing dog and cat owners, and strategies for encouraging responsible pet ownership. Topics such as registration, confinement, access to public open space, animal welfare and public education are covered in the Plan.

Download current Plan: Urban Animal Management Plan 2012–2017

Related reading:

Visit: Dog Off-Leash Areas

Visit: Dog and Cat Management Act 1995 (SA)

 

Have your say

You are invited to provide your feedback on the current Urban Animal Management Plan 2012–2017, and identify opportunities and ideas for the Council’s new Dog and Cat Management Plan.

feedback closed


Alternatively, download: Dog and Cat Management Plan Review Feedback Form


You can also provide written feedback via:

  • post: City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters, PO Box 204, Kent Town SA 5071
  • in person: Norwood Town Hall Customer Service Centre, 175 The Parade, Norwood SA 5067
Note: hard copies of the above documents are available at the Norwood Town Hall or our Libraries

What happens next

All feedback received as part of the Council’s Dog and Cat Management Plan Review will be collated and summarised for consideration by the Council. This feedback will assist with the preparation of the new Draft Dog and Cat Management Plan, to be released for community consultation once endorsed by the Council.

More information

About the Plan

Under the Dog and Cat Management Act 1995 (SA), all councils are required to have a plan relating to the management of dogs and cats in their area. The Plan must cover a five-year period and be approved by the Dog and Cat Management Board.

The Plan only relates to the management of dogs and cats, not other animals, within the Council area.

Amongst other things, the Council’s Plan provides for Dog On-leash and Off-leash Areas in parks and reserves throughout the City. At present, the Council has 11 dedicated Off-leash Areas. Specific conditions, including times of use, apply to each.

 

Recent changes to the Act

Recent changes to the Dog and Cat Management Act 1995 (SA) come into effect on 1 July 2018, and will be included in the Council’s new Plan. It is important that you understand and comply with the new requirements.

From that date:

  • all dog registrations must be done online through the Dogs and Cats Online (DACO) database
  • all dogs and cats must be microchipped
  • all dogs and cats born after 1 July 2018 must be de-sexed.

For more information about renewing your dog registration, visit:

For further information about the new requirements, visit:

 

Contact

David Maywald                       
Team Leader, Customer & Regulatory Services               
T: 08 8366 4556
E: dmaywald@npsp.sa.gov.au

The Parade Masterplan: Phase 2 - Draft Concepts

30/05/2018

Consultation closed 5.00pm, Friday 22 June 2018.

 

 

 

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is developing a Masterplan for The Parade, Norwood which will guide the redevelopment of this significant mainstreet precinct.

Phase 2 of the Masterplan is now underway. You are invited to comment on the draft Concepts from Wednesday 30 May to Friday 22 June 2018.

For more information and to have your say, visit: Planning The Parade: Have Your Say!

Draft Outdoor Dining Policy

09/05/2018

Consultation closed 5.00pm, Friday 15 June 2018.

 

 

 

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is seeking feedback on the Council’s draft Outdoor Dining Policy and on the operation of the existing Outdoor Dining Policy.

The Outdoor Dining Policy provides a framework that guides the design, siting and assessment and permit process for outdoor dining areas, and also sets out the obligations of traders when operating an outdoor dining area with a Permit

Download:  draft Outdoor Dining Policy 2018-2021

Alternatively, you can view a hard copy of the draft Policy at the Norwood Town Hall or one of the Council’s Libraries.

 

Have your say

Section 1.6.5 of the existing Policy is being updated to reflect legislative changes introduced by the State Government on 1 July 2016 to ban smoking in all outdoor dining areas in South Australia.  No other major changes to the Policy or Permit process are proposed.

The Council is also seeking general feedback on the operation of the existing Outdoor Dining Policy, to assist in finalising the review.


Please provide your written feedback via:

Or

  • Post:  Attention: Mark Thomson, Manager, Development Assessment, City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters, PO Box 204, Kent Town, SA, 5071

Any comments that you submit will be taken into consideration by the Council, prior to the adoption and implementation of the Policy.


More information

Council’s Manager, Development Assessment
Mark Thomson
T: 08 8366 4567
E: mthomson@npsp.sa.gov.au

Draft 2018-2019 Annual Business Plan & Budget

07/05/2018

Consultation closed 5.00pm, Wednesday 30 May 2018.

 

 

 

The Council is seeking feedback on its draft 2018-2019 Annual Business Plan and Budget.

The draft 2018-2019 Annual Business Plan and Budget sets out the proposed projects, services and programs for the coming financial year. It also details the Council’s revenue and how the Council intends to finance its continuing services, programs and projects.

The Annual Business Plan supports the Council's long-term strategic directions which are outlined in the Council's strategic management plan, City Plan 2030: Shaping Our Future, as well as the Long Term Financial Plan and the 'Whole of Life' Infrastructure and Asset Management Plans.

Download: draft 2018-2019 Annual Business Plan

Alternatively, hard copies are available for viewing at the Norwood Town Hall, Payneham Community Centre, Payneham and St Peters Libraries.

How to have your say

Please provide your feedback by completing the Feedback Form.

Feedback must be received by 5.00pm, Wednesday 30 May 2018.


 FEEDBACK FORM CLOSED

 

Alternatively, you can provide your feedback via any one of the following options:


More information

Submission guidelines and additional information

Why make a submission

Making a written submission will ensure that your comments of support or concern for a certain issue or proposal are considered when Council is making a decision. Council would like to encourage active participation in consultation to promote ownership and empowerment within the Community.

 

Consideration of submissions

All submissions received will be summarised in a schedule of submissions for consideration by Council at a Council workshop and or a formal Council meeting. This consideration may result in the proposal being modified to address the issues; approved without modification; or refused.

Please note that submissions received may be included in Council’s Agenda and that these are available to the general public.

Once a decision has been made on the matter, the Council will communicate its decision through at least one of the following mediums:

  • personal letter
  • Council meeting minutes
  • Council website
  • Council eNewsletter.

 

An effective submission

To be effective a submission should:

  • clearly state your opinion and reasons for or against the proposal or sections there of,
  • state how your concerns could be addressed or outline any suggestions for resolving a problem or issue (if possible),
  • list any references or provide evidence, relevant material, or specific examples to help demonstrate your views or suggestions,
  • include the section, recommendation and page number of the proposal to which your comments refer (if relevant),
  • to ensure accurate interpretation of your comments into the Schedule of Submissions, please keep your comments concise and number all issues you wish to address.

 

Contact

Sharon Perkins
General Manager, Corporate Services
T: 08 8366 4585 
E: ABPConsultation@npsp.sa.gov.au

 

By-law review

26/04/2018

Consultation closed 5.00pm Friday, 25 May 2018. 

 

 

 

 

Pursuant to section 249 of the Local Government Act 1999, notice is hereby given that at its meeting held on 3 April 2018, the Council endorsed the proposed by-laws listed below for community consultation.

Details regarding the proposed by-laws are as follows:

By-law

Download document

By-law No. 1 – Permits and Penalties 2018

A by-law to create a permit system for Council by-laws, to fix maximum and continuing penalties for offences, and to clarify the construction of Council by-laws.

By-law No. 1 – Permits and Penalties 2018

By-law No. 2 – Moveable Signs 2018

A by-law to set standards for moveable signs on roads and to provide conditions for the placement of such signs for the purpose of protecting visual amenity and public safety.

 

By-law No. 2 – Moveable Signs 2018

By-law No. 3 – Roads By-law 2018

A by-law to manage, control and regulate certain activities on roads in the Council’s area.

By-law No. 3 – Roads By-law 2018

By-law No. 4 – Local Government Land 2018

A by-law to manage and regulate the access to and use of Local Government land (other than roads) and foreshore areas.

 

By-law No. 4 – Local Government Land 2018

By-law No. 5 – Dogs 2018

A by-law to limit the number of dogs kept on premises and for the management and control of dogs in the Council’s area.

By-law No. 5 – Dogs 2018

By-law No. 6 – Waste Management 2018

A by-law to regulate the removal of domestic waste, recyclables and green organic waste from premises in the Council’s area.

 

By-law No. 6 – Waste Management 2018

Alternatively, the by-laws can be viewed in hard copy at the Norwood Town Hall. 175 The Parade, Norwood

How to have your say

Please provide your written feedback via:

Or

  • Post: City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters, PO Box 204, Kent Town SA 5071

 

NPPC draft 2018-19 Annual Business Plan

25/04/2018

Consultation closed 5.00pm, Friday 18 May 2018.

 

 

 

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is seeking feedback from The Parade, Norwood business community on the Norwood Parade Precinct Committee (NPPC) Draft 2018–2019 Annual Business Plan.

The draft Business Plan focuses on developing marketing and promotional activities to stimulate visitation, activate the area and encourage retail, services, leisure and dining patronage to The Parade.


Download: NPPC Draft 2018-2019 Annual Business Plan

Alternatively, you can view a hard copy of the draft Plan at the Norwood Town Hall

Have your say

The Council welcomes feedback from business or property owners within The Parade Precinct.

Please provide your written feedback via:

Or

  • Post: City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters, PO Box 204, Kent Town SA 5071

All feedback received will be considered before the final 2018-2019 Annual Business Plan is endorsed by the Council.

More Information

Contact our Business & Economic Development Unit on 08 8366 4616 or email townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au

 

Draft Smoke-free Policy

15/03/2018

Feedback closed 5.00pm, Friday 13 April 2018

 

 

 
The Council recognises the need to protect the health of the community and to increase the comfort and enjoyment of all citizens using public spaces and public facilities, which will be supported through the introduction of smoke-free areas and events within the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters.

Background

The Council is committed to providing environments and events that are conducive to good health outcomes for the community, which may also have the added benefit of reducing littering. This will be achieved through the introduction of smoke-free areas and events within our City, which were identified in the 2015 Options for Introducing Smoke-free Areas and Events Position Paper. The Council has been progressing these initiatives since that time.

Community expectations have been changing in recent years which has led to increased calls to implement smoking restrictions in community spaces, such parks and reserves. Through the introduction of additional smoke-free areas, the Council will be helping to provide healthy public spaces, facilities and events for the community to enjoy.

 

Draft Smoke-free Policy

Download: draft Smoke-free Policy

The Council is seeking your feedback on the draft Smoke-free Policy, which will introduce smoking restrictions in the following locations:

  1. All Council-owned reserves and parks (including Norwood Oval and Payneham Oval, but excluding the Memorial Gardens located on The Parade, Norwood and adjacent to the Norwood Oval);
  2. The Norwood Swimming Centre and the Payneham Memorial Swimming Centre; and
  3. At all Council events, including those which are organised by the Council and those which are supported by the Council through a partnership or similar arrangement, within the defined boundary of the event.

The Memorial Garden has been excluded from the draft Policy as it will be considered separately by the Council as part of the review of the smoking restrictions on The Parade.  

In addition, signage will be erected at the above-mentioned locations to indicate to the community that smoking is restricted in these areas. 

For a list of the Council facilities, visit: Parks & Playgrounds - Location and Swimming Centres - Locations

 

Have your say 

The Council welcomes feedback from the community and visitors to the Council on the draft Smoke-free Policy.

To have your say, simply click on the Have Your Say button below.

Feedback closed


Alternatively, your comments may be provided in the following ways:

  • in writing to: Draft Smoke-free Policy, City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters, PO Box 204, Kent Town SA 5071.
  • by email: townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au


Who will be affected by the Policy

In relation to reserves, parks and swimming centres, this Policy applies to both public use and private hire of the land, and all sporting clubs which utilise these facilities. In essence, this would apply to anyone using or visiting these facilities.

In relation to Council-run and supported events, this would apply to events organised by the Council, and private events that have been formally endorsed by the Council, which could be through financial or in-kind support, and which have the Council’s logo displayed through the promotional material.

Additionally, this Policy can be enforced by the Council in any leases, licences, permits or other estates that apply to Council-owned and managed land and property.

 

How will the Policy be enforced

The Council has opted to take an educative and informational approach to smoking restrictions within the Council area and does not intend to enforce this Policy through expiation notices. Should a lessee, licensee or permit holder breach this Policy, the Council will investigate the issue and could choose to revoke the lease, licence or permit. Breaches of the Policy will be reviewed by the Council on a case-by-case basis.

 

How will people be made aware of the Policy

Should the Policy be adopted, the Council will install signage at all of the affected reserves, parks and swimming centres, which will inform the public that this is a smoke-free area and kindly ask them to not smoke in this location. Signs will also be displayed at the entrances of the boundaries of all Council-run and supported event areas. Information will also be available at the Council’s website and the Smoke-free Policy will be provided with all leases, licences, permits or other estates, where relevant.

 

Contact

If you would like to discuss the draft Policy further, please contact the Council’s Strategic Projects Coordinator:

Council’s Strategic Projects Coordinator
Olivia Franco
T: 08 8366 4524
E: townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au

 

 

Draft 2018-2028 Long-term Financial Plan

20/02/2018

Feedback closed 5.00pm, Wednesday 21 March 2018.

 

 

 

We welcome your feedback on our draft 2018-2028 Long-term Financial Plan.

Your feedback will ensure that your support or concern for a certain issue or proposal is considered when the Council is making a decision.

Why the Long-term Financial Plan is important

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 together the Council’s Strategic Plan (CityPlan 2030), Whole of Life Asset Management Plans and the Annual Business Plan and Budget.

For more information about the Long-term Financial Plan, visit: Strategic Planning - LTFP

 

Download Draft 2018-2028 Long-term Financial Plan

Download: Draft 2018-2028 Long-term Financial Plan

Alternatively, the draft Plan is available for viewing at the Norwood Town Hall or Payneham and St Peters libraries

 

How to have your say

Please provide your feedback by completing the Feedback Form.

Feedback must be received by 5.00pm, Wednesday 21 March 2018.

Online Feedback Form Closed

 

Alternatively, download and complete the PDF Feedback Form and post it to: General Manager, Corporate Services, City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters PO Box 204, Kent Town SA 5071, or drop it into the Norwood Town Hall.


Feedback guidelines

Your feedback should:

  • clearly state your opinion and reasons for or against the proposal or sections thereof
  • state how your concerns could be addressed or outline any suggestions for resolving a problem or issue (if possible)
  • list any references or provide evidence, relevant material, or specific examples to help demonstrate your views or suggestions
  • include the section, recommendation and page number of the proposal to which your comments refer (if relevant).

To ensure accurate interpretation of your comments into the Schedule of Submissions, please ensure your comments are concise and number all issues you wish to address.

 

Next steps

Consideration of feedback

All feedback received before the closing date will be summarised in a Schedule of Submissions, for consideration by the Council at a Council workshop and/or a formal Council meeting. This consideration may result in the proposal being modified to address the issues, approved without modification, or refused.

Please note: Submissions may be included in Council’s Agenda which is a publicly available document.


Communication of final outcome

The Council will communicate its decision through at least one of the following mediums:

  • personal email or letter
  • Council meeting minutes
  • Council website
  • Council eNewsletter.

 

More information

Sharon Perkins
General Manager, Corporate Services
T: 08 8366 4585
E: : LTFPFeedback@npsp.sa.gov.au