Community Strategic Plan Review

Consultation has concluded


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Council is undertaking a review and update of the Community Strategic Plan (CSP) known as Wingecarribee 2031+ which was adopted in 2010 following extensive community engagement.

The plan presents the community vision for our Shire in the year 2031 and identifies goals and strategies to achieve this long term vision.

Our Council is responsible for developing and reviewing the plan, one of the most important documents for our Shire, but its implementation is a shared responsibility with other partners such as State agencies and community groups.

We’re keen to actively involve the whole community in a review and update of the plan. In coming months there will be a range of opportunities for locals to have their say including:

  • Telephone survey with a random representative sample of residents, businesses and organisations (Micromex Research - October 2016)
  • Online survey (17 October to 20 November 2016) hosted by Micromex Research
  • Reference Panel (recruiting in December, meeting in early 2017 )
  • Public exhibition of draft revised plan and submission period from 28 April to 28 May 2017
Council's annual and end of term reports as well as the Community Strategic Plan can be viewed in the document library.

For further information contact Council's Integrated Planning and Reporting Coordinator on 02 4868 0888 or email danielle.lidgard@wsc.nsw.gov.au


W2031+ logo

Council is undertaking a review and update of the Community Strategic Plan (CSP) known as Wingecarribee 2031+ which was adopted in 2010 following extensive community engagement.

The plan presents the community vision for our Shire in the year 2031 and identifies goals and strategies to achieve this long term vision.

Our Council is responsible for developing and reviewing the plan, one of the most important documents for our Shire, but its implementation is a shared responsibility with other partners such as State agencies and community groups.

We’re keen to actively involve the whole community in a review and update of the plan. In coming months there will be a range of opportunities for locals to have their say including:

  • Telephone survey with a random representative sample of residents, businesses and organisations (Micromex Research - October 2016)
  • Online survey (17 October to 20 November 2016) hosted by Micromex Research
  • Reference Panel (recruiting in December, meeting in early 2017 )
  • Public exhibition of draft revised plan and submission period from 28 April to 28 May 2017
Council's annual and end of term reports as well as the Community Strategic Plan can be viewed in the document library.

For further information contact Council's Integrated Planning and Reporting Coordinator on 02 4868 0888 or email danielle.lidgard@wsc.nsw.gov.au
Consultation has concluded
  • Council to consider adopting Community Strategic Plan

    about 2 years ago

    A report outlining community feedback received during public exhibition of Council's corporate and community strategic documents will be considered at the General Meeting to be held on 14 June 2017.

    Council will be invited to adopt the amended documents.

    The report can be viewed in the agenda at www.wsc.nsw.gov.au/2017-council-agendas-and-minutes.


    A report outlining community feedback received during public exhibition of Council's corporate and community strategic documents will be considered at the General Meeting to be held on 14 June 2017.

    Council will be invited to adopt the amended documents.

    The report can be viewed in the agenda at www.wsc.nsw.gov.au/2017-council-agendas-and-minutes.


  • Revised plan now on exhibition

    about 2 years ago
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    In 2016 Council undertook a review and update of the Community Strategic Plan (CSP) with extensive community engagement undertaken via surveys and a community reference panel. The CSP presents the community vision for our Shire in the year 2031 and identifies goals and strategies to achieve this long term vision.

    Feedback provided during consultation has been incorporated into the revised draft Community Strategic Plan which is now exhibited for the public to provide comment.

    To ensure the aspirations of the Community Strategic Plan are delivered Council has prepared and is also exhibiting the following corporate planning documents:

    • Delivery Program and Operational Plan including budget, revenue policy, fees and charges
    • Resourcing Strategy including long term financial, workforce and asset management planning

    Share your thoughts!

    Take a look at the various draft documents online, at our libraries or in the Civic Centre and let us know what you think about them. There are a number of ways to share your thoughts:

    More information is available at www.yoursaywingecarribee.com.au/CSP-and-IPR

    In 2016 Council undertook a review and update of the Community Strategic Plan (CSP) with extensive community engagement undertaken via surveys and a community reference panel. The CSP presents the community vision for our Shire in the year 2031 and identifies goals and strategies to achieve this long term vision.

    Feedback provided during consultation has been incorporated into the revised draft Community Strategic Plan which is now exhibited for the public to provide comment.

    To ensure the aspirations of the Community Strategic Plan are delivered Council has prepared and is also exhibiting the following corporate planning documents:

    • Delivery Program and Operational Plan including budget, revenue policy, fees and charges
    • Resourcing Strategy including long term financial, workforce and asset management planning

    Share your thoughts!

    Take a look at the various draft documents online, at our libraries or in the Civic Centre and let us know what you think about them. There are a number of ways to share your thoughts:

    More information is available at www.yoursaywingecarribee.com.au/CSP-and-IPR
  • Community Reference Panel Workshops complete

    over 2 years ago
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    Three workshops were held in late February and early March with Community Reference Panel members.

    The interactive workshops focused on aspirations, goals and strategies.

    Suggestions for changes to the current plan are now being reviewed prior to public exhibition of the new draft Community Strategic Plan.

    Three workshops were held in late February and early March with Community Reference Panel members.

    The interactive workshops focused on aspirations, goals and strategies.

    Suggestions for changes to the current plan are now being reviewed prior to public exhibition of the new draft Community Strategic Plan.

  • Volunteers sought for CSP review

    over 2 years ago
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    Council is undertaking a review and update of the Community Strategic Plan (CSP) known as Wingecarribee 2031+ which was adopted in 2010 following extensive community engagement. The plan presents the community vision for our Shire in the year 2031 and identifies goals and strategies to achieve this long term vision.

    We’re inviting residents interested in the long term future of our Shire to nominate themselves for a temporary reference group. We will be running a number of workshops with the group in early February to:

    • consider community feedback received via surveys in November;
    • explore the relevance of our CSP vision, goals and strategies; and
    • guide development of a revised Community Strategic Plan.

    We hope the group’s members will represent a diverse range of age groups, viewpoints and experiences from across the shire.

    Check out the Reference Panel Charter and FAQs before completing the online nomination form (printed copies are available from all libraries and the Civic Centre).

    Nominations must be received by Sunday 15 January 2017. Enquiries to Danielle Lidgard on 02 4868 0874 or email danielle.lidgard@wsc.nsw.gov.au.

    Council is undertaking a review and update of the Community Strategic Plan (CSP) known as Wingecarribee 2031+ which was adopted in 2010 following extensive community engagement. The plan presents the community vision for our Shire in the year 2031 and identifies goals and strategies to achieve this long term vision.

    We’re inviting residents interested in the long term future of our Shire to nominate themselves for a temporary reference group. We will be running a number of workshops with the group in early February to:

    • consider community feedback received via surveys in November;
    • explore the relevance of our CSP vision, goals and strategies; and
    • guide development of a revised Community Strategic Plan.

    We hope the group’s members will represent a diverse range of age groups, viewpoints and experiences from across the shire.

    Check out the Reference Panel Charter and FAQs before completing the online nomination form (printed copies are available from all libraries and the Civic Centre).

    Nominations must be received by Sunday 15 January 2017. Enquiries to Danielle Lidgard on 02 4868 0874 or email danielle.lidgard@wsc.nsw.gov.au.

  • Complete a survey and share your thoughts!

    almost 3 years ago

    Council is undertaking a review of its Community Strategic Plan (CSP), Wingecarribee 2031+ and is calling on all residents, businesses, organisations and community groups to share their thoughts on the future of the Shire.

    The plan presents the community’s long term vision for our Shire and identifies objectives and strategies to achieve this vision.

    Council is responsible for developing and reviewing the plan but its implementation is a shared responsibility with other partners such as State agencies and community groups.

    Share your thoughts on the current plan and future priorities for the Shire by completing the online survey before 20 November 2016.

    Council is undertaking a review of its Community Strategic Plan (CSP), Wingecarribee 2031+ and is calling on all residents, businesses, organisations and community groups to share their thoughts on the future of the Shire.

    The plan presents the community’s long term vision for our Shire and identifies objectives and strategies to achieve this vision.

    Council is responsible for developing and reviewing the plan but its implementation is a shared responsibility with other partners such as State agencies and community groups.

    Share your thoughts on the current plan and future priorities for the Shire by completing the online survey before 20 November 2016.