Asset Management Plans

This consultation has now concluded. Thank you for your interest.

Asset Management

The City of Burnside welcomes your input on the recently updated Asset Management Plans

The plans make provision for the following classes of infrastructure:

  • Transport (e.g. roads, kerbs, footpaths)
  • Stormwater (e.g. side entry pits, underground drains, detention dams)
  • Buildings (e.g. community buildings, operational buildings)
  • Recreation (e.g. playgrounds, park improvements)

Originally prepared in 2008, the plans were recently updated with data such as current construction unit rates, revised quantities to reflect assets created or renewed, and also simplified to a more understandable format. The plans reflect, at a high level for each infrastructure type, Council’s strategy on infrastructure renewal, basic maintenance strategies, and information such as asset age, inspection regimes, and age based financial information.

The plans also document Council’s current service levels. Council will embark on reviewing these plans in detail starting in 2013 to determine and consider the community’s desired levels of service, and to consider refining the philosophies surrounding how to provide the level of service.

To help review the plans we seek your feedback.

The consultation is open until 4 February 2013.

Your feedback is highly valued and appreciated.

Asset Management

The City of Burnside welcomes your input on the recently updated Asset Management Plans

The plans make provision for the following classes of infrastructure:

  • Transport (e.g. roads, kerbs, footpaths)
  • Stormwater (e.g. side entry pits, underground drains, detention dams)
  • Buildings (e.g. community buildings, operational buildings)
  • Recreation (e.g. playgrounds, park improvements)

Originally prepared in 2008, the plans were recently updated with data such as current construction unit rates, revised quantities to reflect assets created or renewed, and also simplified to a more understandable format. The plans reflect, at a high level for each infrastructure type, Council’s strategy on infrastructure renewal, basic maintenance strategies, and information such as asset age, inspection regimes, and age based financial information.

The plans also document Council’s current service levels. Council will embark on reviewing these plans in detail starting in 2013 to determine and consider the community’s desired levels of service, and to consider refining the philosophies surrounding how to provide the level of service.

To help review the plans we seek your feedback.

The consultation is open until 4 February 2013.

Your feedback is highly valued and appreciated.

This consultation has now concluded. Thank you for your interest.
  • Update

    over 1 year ago

    The Asset Management Plans engagement welcomed community input on the plans. The plans are broken down into the following classes of infrastructure; transport, stormwater, buildings and recreation.

    The Asset Management Plans were originally prepared in 2008, and were then updated at a later stage to include data such as current construction unit rates, revised quantities to reflect assets created or renewed and also simplified to a more understandable format. The plans reflect Council’s strategy on infrastructure renewal, basic maintenance strategies, and information such as asset age, inspection regimes and age based financial information.

    The plans also document Council’s current service... Continue reading

    The Asset Management Plans engagement welcomed community input on the plans. The plans are broken down into the following classes of infrastructure; transport, stormwater, buildings and recreation.

    The Asset Management Plans were originally prepared in 2008, and were then updated at a later stage to include data such as current construction unit rates, revised quantities to reflect assets created or renewed and also simplified to a more understandable format. The plans reflect Council’s strategy on infrastructure renewal, basic maintenance strategies, and information such as asset age, inspection regimes and age based financial information.

    The plans also document Council’s current service levels. The Asset Management Plans engagement concluded 4 February 2013 and the plans were endorsed.