Strategic Community Plan - Creating Nedlands 2028

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The draft Strategic Community Plan for the years 2018-2028 was approved by Council at its meeting on 22 May 2018 and is now available for your viewing (see document library).

This plan builds on the previous plan Nedlands 2013-2023 which progresses the City towards the Vision 2030.

Nedlands 2028 will continue to set the scene for Council decisions and priorities over the next ten years with a further minor review in year two, followed by a major review in year four of the plan. The next step in the process is the development of the Council's Corporate Business Plan to give effect to the first four years of the Strategic Community Plan to ensure that the medium term commitments are both strategically aligned and affordable.

In developing the plan, the Vision, values, community aspirations, service delivery levels and affordability was considered.

Thank you to everyone who participated in this project. Your contributions and past contributions helped us develop a plan that will make a difference!

The draft Strategic Community Plan for the years 2018-2028 was approved by Council at its meeting on 22 May 2018 and is now available for your viewing (see document library).

This plan builds on the previous plan Nedlands 2013-2023 which progresses the City towards the Vision 2030.

Nedlands 2028 will continue to set the scene for Council decisions and priorities over the next ten years with a further minor review in year two, followed by a major review in year four of the plan. The next step in the process is the development of the Council's Corporate Business Plan to give effect to the first four years of the Strategic Community Plan to ensure that the medium term commitments are both strategically aligned and affordable.

In developing the plan, the Vision, values, community aspirations, service delivery levels and affordability was considered.

Thank you to everyone who participated in this project. Your contributions and past contributions helped us develop a plan that will make a difference!

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