Wyong Shire Council Strategic Plan 2014-2018

Wyong Shire Council Strategic Plan 2014-2018

Wyong Shire Council adopted its Strategic Plan (including the Annual Operational Plan and Budget for 2014/15 as well as strategies for financial planning, asset, workforce and information management and its Revenue Policy) on 28 May 2014.

The Plan focuses on delivery of services against community aspirations as detailed in the Community Strategic Plan.

The Wyong Shire Council Strategic Plan 2014-2018 includes a record-breaking capital works program for 2014/15 of just over $100 million.

The extensive works program has been made possible only after several years of organisational reform and demonstrates a major investment in the Shire’s road and transport network, as well as in leisure and recreation assets highlighted by the construction of The Art House and Norah Head Boat Ramp.

Investment in essential infrastructure is a key priority, with $70 million to be spent on roads, footpaths and drainage, with $10.1 million is being spent on addressing our asset backlog due to the community’s support to increase revenue via a four-year Special Rate Variation.

Playgrounds, water and sewerage infrastructure, footpaths, and fire trails will also get their fair share of attention in addition to high profile projects like the new cinemas at Lake Haven, reconstruction of historic Alison Homestead, the design of a regional sporting facility at Pioneer Dairy and a Masterplan for Ourimbah Town Centre.


Budget Fast Facts

  • Total expenditure 2014/15 -  $242.1 million
  • Total revenue 2014/15 - $242.7 million
  • Expected surplus 2014/15 - $600,000
  • Increase in Ordinary Rates for the average residential ratepayer - $64 per year

$100 Million in capital works

  • $28million for Water and Sewer
  • $27 Million on Roads and Drainage
  • $12 Million on Community Facilities
  • $10 Million on Economic Development

$240 Million on over 90 essential community services

  • $83million for Water and Sewer
  • $42 Million on Roads Maintenance
  • $39 Million on Waste Management
  • $20 Million on Parks, Sporting fields and Natural areas.

Combined (capital and operating) expenditure on essential services

  • $111million for Essential Water and Sewer
  • $70 Million on Roads
  • $43 Million on Waste Management

Key projects 2014/15

  • Construction of The Art House - $9.5m
  • New cinemas at Lake Haven - $6.7 m
  • Upgrade Norah Head Boat Ramp - $1.7m
  • Upgrade Ashton Ave, The Entrance - $1.6m
  • Upgrade Goorama Ave, San Remo - $1.5m
  • Rebuild Alison Homestead - $1m
  • Replace Saltwater Creek Footbridge, Long Jetty $900,000
  • Pioneer Dairy Sportsgrounds - $500,000
  • Masterplan for the Ourimbah Town Centre - $150,000


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