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We are asking the community how they would prefer to be engaged during the Evolve public participation process.
Public Participation Plan Finalised
The Evolve Public Participation Plan will
outline the who, why, how and what of the public participation that will be run between February 2016 and July 2016.
Public Participation Begins
Public participation (aka community engagement) will be a crucial aspect of the Evolve project. It begins in February 2016. The desired outcome is to get as much information from as many people as possible.
Public Participation Ends
Public participation will conclude in October 2016. The information collected during the previous six months will be used to inform the Strategic Community Plan, the Corporate Business Plan, the Long-term Financial Plan, the Asset Management Plan and the Workforce Plan.
Public Participation Outcomes Paper
The Public Participation Outcomes Paper is the document that will summarise the information collected during the public participation process. This document will be released to the public. It will be the primary document used to inform the Strategic Community Plan and other documents.
Draft Integrated Planning Reporting Framework Documents Released for Comment
The public participation process was used to collect as much information as possible from as many people as possible to inform the Strategic Community Plan, the Corporate Business Plan, the Long-term Financial Plan, the Asset Management Plan and the Workforce Plan. These documents will be released to the public in their draft form for comment.
Council Considers Integrated Planning Reporting Framework Documents
Following the release of the draft version of the Strategic Community Plan, the Corporate Business Plan, the Long-term Financial Plan, the Asset Management Plan and the Workforce Plan are considered by Council for endorsement.