2016/17 Draft Business Plan and Budget

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The Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget sets out the proposed services, functions and projects that the City of Burnside will provide to our community in the 2016/17 financial year.

Community feedback received through the November 2015 Annual Community Survey has assisted in the development of this Draft Business Plan and Budget. The survey below is another opportunity for you to have your say on the community services and infrastructure important to you. Your feedback will help Council make informed decisions that balance community aspirations for new services and facilities with the ongoing need to strengthen essential services (such as

The Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget sets out the proposed services, functions and projects that the City of Burnside will provide to our community in the 2016/17 financial year.

Community feedback received through the November 2015 Annual Community Survey has assisted in the development of this Draft Business Plan and Budget. The survey below is another opportunity for you to have your say on the community services and infrastructure important to you. Your feedback will help Council make informed decisions that balance community aspirations for new services and facilities with the ongoing need to strengthen essential services (such as waste collections, library and verge and park maintenance) and maintain existing, ageing assets (such as community centres and sporting facilities).


Your Voice

There are many ways to have your say or ask questions on the Draft Business Plan and Budget as set by community input from the Annual Community Survey.

Attend a community session.

Three session times available. Please view the Key Dates for more detail.

Online:

Complete the survey below and download information online.

Survey closes 5 pm Wednesday 25 May 2016.

Email:

For more information or questions email us at burnside@burnside.sa.gov.au

Write:

Bernie Auricht

Reply Paid 9

Glenside SA 5065

Phone:

Bernie Auricht

8366 4200

Consultation has concluded
  • Update

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    about 4 years ago

    On Tuesday 28 June 2016 Burnside Council voted to adopt the 2016/17 Annual Business Plan and Budget with a proposed rates rise of just 0.9 per cent.

    Mayor David Parkin said this is the lowest proposed increase in more than 10 years and considerably lower than last year’s rise of 2.9 per cent. “Residents should be assured that Council is in a sound financial position with an operating surplus of $1.3 million. The low rate rise is indicative of a Council that is managing its budget in the best interests of the ratepayers,” Mayor Parkin said. Mayor Parkin said the...

    On Tuesday 28 June 2016 Burnside Council voted to adopt the 2016/17 Annual Business Plan and Budget with a proposed rates rise of just 0.9 per cent.

    Mayor David Parkin said this is the lowest proposed increase in more than 10 years and considerably lower than last year’s rise of 2.9 per cent. “Residents should be assured that Council is in a sound financial position with an operating surplus of $1.3 million. The low rate rise is indicative of a Council that is managing its budget in the best interests of the ratepayers,” Mayor Parkin said. Mayor Parkin said the budget has been shaped by constructive feedback from the Annual Community Survey conducted late last year and community consultation this year which included three community sessions.

    To view the Adopted 2016/17 Annual Business Plan and Budget please visit the Document Library to the right of screen.