Delivery Program 2018-2022 and Operational Plan 2021/22
City of Newcastle’s Delivery Program 2018-2022 and Operational Plan 2021/22 are known as Our Budget 2021/22. Our Budget is one of our most important documents as it demonstrates our commitment to our community and guides City of Newcastle’s service to ratepayers across the next financial year.
In 2021/22, City of Newcastle is continuing on a path of financial sustainability, with a $329.6 million budget and $23.5 million turnaround to a $1.2 million surplus.
$90.4 million will be invested into projects to improve the livelihood and wellbeing of our city, with an infrastructure program which will create hundreds of local jobs.
2021/22 is the final delivery year of Newcastle 2030 and we are currently developing a new Community Strategic Plan, Newcastle 2040.
The public exhibition of Our Budget 2021/22 closed Friday 23 April 2021 and was adopted by Council on 25 May 2021. Thanks for having your say.
Our Budget 2021/22
Integrated Planning and Reporting
Help shape our next Community Strategic Plan
Community Strategic Plan - Newcastle 2030
The Integrated Planning and Reporting (IP&R) Framework recognises communities share aspirations around matters such as safety, health, built environment and liveability. It identifies that our plans shouldn't exist in isolation and that planning should occur holistically. All Council's in NSW must work within the IP&R framework which promotes integration across the various service areas within Council and also State level plans.
Our Budget forms part of the Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework. It outlines actions and objectives CN will undertake to achieve the strategies outlined in the Newcastle 2030 Community Strategic Plan (CSP).
The Delivery Program is a four-year plan that covers the term of our elected Council. To create our Delivery Program, we reviewed the CSP and asked what we can achieve over the next four years to bring us closer to the community’s vision and priorities.
The Operational Plan 2021/22 outlines the actions and projects that will be undertaken for each four-year objective and identified who has primary responsibility. The resourcing strategies support these documents and provide us with important information about our current resources and show our consideration of the staff, assets and money required to deliver the four-year objectives and annual actions and projects
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