The 2021-2022 Annual highlights the key initiatives, projects and services that are prioritised and funded for the year that contribute toward achieving iFuture.
The Plan includes: the Operational Plan; Core Busines Services; Capital Works program; Ipswich Waste Services Plan and the Budget.
The progress of the Operational Plan (and hence achievement toward iFuture) is monitored throughout the years through our Quarterly and Annual Reports.
See the full Annual Plan 2021-2022. The 2021-2022 Annual highlights the key initiatives, projects and services that are prioritised and funded for the year that contribute toward achieving iFuture
The City Operational Plan 2021–2022 projects, together with the relevant Corporate Plan catalyst projects, are presented through alignment with the iFuture themes
Core business services are those activities which are undertaken to meet the community’s needs. These items are reflected in council’s Services Catalogue.
This three-year Capital Works Program has been developed for the 2021–2022 Budget and Long-Term Financial Forecast. Subject to council approval, the included projects will be reviewed and amended taking into consideration emerging priorities, scheduling and deliverability.
The Annual Performance Plan is the mechanism for council to specify its performance of the business and for Ipswich Waste Services to confirm its commitment to meeting the stated performance levels. The activities of Ipswich Waste Services will be in accordance with the policies contained in council’s Corporate Policy Register. The term of this Annual Performance Plan is from 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2022.
Council’s 2021-22 budget, the second from Mayor Teresa Harding and Councillors, is strong and strategic, and one that can give the community considerable optimism about the future of Ipswich. The City Budget delivers a balanced budget and 10-year forecast in line with the requirements of the Local Government Act and Regulation.