Smart City Plan Project
The Council has developed a Smart City Plan which will be used to inform, plan, design and accelerate the deployment of smart city technology for the benefit of the community.
Following Council endorsement in December 2020, the Smart City Plan was published in January 2021.
Download: Smart City Plan (PDF)
View: Smart City Plan (Flipbook)
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is implementing a new Smart City Plan to guide the City to becoming more digitally connected and technologically enhanced.
As a smart city, the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters will join global leaders such as London, Toronto and Tokyo in using infrastructure, innovation and technology to improve liveability in the City.
Smart cities collect and use data to improve day-to-day activities for citizens and visitors alike.
Examples of this include:
Smart cities make use of digital technology to improve collaboration, efficiency, sustainability and economic development. Common smart city projects include the provision of free public Wi-Fi, performance monitoring of community assets and infrastructure, smart parking, street lighting, digital democracy platforms and mobile apps.
In December 2019, the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters engaged consultants, Delos Delta, to develop a Smart City Plan.
The Smart City Plan includes a framework for the Council to plan, design and accelerate the deployment of smart city technology for the benefit of the community. The Plan also sets out a governance framework for the delivery of smart city technology—the platform to develop future business cases and partnerships.
Development of the Smart City Plan considered the consultation outcomes with key stakeholders and the community
An online survey and two in-person community engagement sessions were held in February 2020 to gather ‘up front’ community insights in an effort to ensure that the Council’s Smart City Plan is tailored to meet the needs of our community.
The ‘up front’ community consultation revealed that the highest issues of importance to the community included the provision of smart technology for sustainability, enhanced community engagement and participation and the Council supporting local innovation.
The comments received through the community engagement workshops and on-line survey assisted preparation of the draft Smart City Plan which focused around eight key themes.
Download: Community Engagement Summary
Smart City Plan timeline
Endorsed by Council.
Consultants Delos Delta engaged to develop the Smart City Plan.
Two in-person community engagement sessions and an online community and key stakeholders survey.
Drafting of Smart City Plan.
Community Consultation on Draft Smart City Plan.
Smart City Plan finalised and published
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
General Manager, Urban Planning & Environment
T: 08 8366 4501
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