Budget and Operational Plan 2014-15

Consultation has concluded

Thank you to everyone who made comments and submissions during this consultation.

Council adopted the 2014-15 Operational Plan, Budget and Schedule of Fees and Charges at the Council meeting of 24 June 2014.

The adopted Operational Plan, Budget and Fees and Charges Schedule are on this page in the Budget papers section. You can see the Council report at: Council Business Papers

The following is the information we posted as part of the consultations.

We want to know your ideas on what we have planned for the coming year.

Randwick City Council’s draft $158 million 2014-15 Budget and Operational Plan will maintain our record $32 million direct investment in capital works, which includes road resurfacing, new footpaths, parks and building upgrades across Randwick City. 

Some of the highlights of the budget include $4.3 million to build new public toilets, showers and changerooms at Coogee Beach on the lower promenade where the Lifeguard office is located, $3 million to upgrade Coogee Bay Road and bury powerlines, $800,000 to extend the Coastal Walkway, a new Council website, an upgrade to the Mahon Pool toilets and changerooms in Maroubra, $100,000 to refurbish the La Perouse Museum and $280,000 to install a stormwater harvesting system at Maroubra Beach. Check out our special budget newsletter for a snapshot.

Downloads:

Check out what is planned for your suburb:

You can let us know your thoughts by sending a submission through this site or by joining in the community conversation on our discussion forum.

The deadline for comments and submisions is 3 June 2014.

You can also see hard copies of the Budget documents at Council's Customer Services Centre, 30 Frances Street Randwick, at the Des Renford Aquatic Centre and at Council's libraries in Malabar, Maroubra Junction and Randwick. For more information please contact on 1300 722 542 or email council@randwick.nsw.gov.au

Thank you to everyone who made comments and submissions during this consultation.

Council adopted the 2014-15 Operational Plan, Budget and Schedule of Fees and Charges at the Council meeting of 24 June 2014.

The adopted Operational Plan, Budget and Fees and Charges Schedule are on this page in the Budget papers section. You can see the Council report at: Council Business Papers

The following is the information we posted as part of the consultations.

We want to know your ideas on what we have planned for the coming year.

Randwick City Council’s draft $158 million 2014-15 Budget and Operational Plan will maintain our record $32 million direct investment in capital works, which includes road resurfacing, new footpaths, parks and building upgrades across Randwick City. 

Some of the highlights of the budget include $4.3 million to build new public toilets, showers and changerooms at Coogee Beach on the lower promenade where the Lifeguard office is located, $3 million to upgrade Coogee Bay Road and bury powerlines, $800,000 to extend the Coastal Walkway, a new Council website, an upgrade to the Mahon Pool toilets and changerooms in Maroubra, $100,000 to refurbish the La Perouse Museum and $280,000 to install a stormwater harvesting system at Maroubra Beach. Check out our special budget newsletter for a snapshot.

Downloads:

Check out what is planned for your suburb:

You can let us know your thoughts by sending a submission through this site or by joining in the community conversation on our discussion forum.

The deadline for comments and submisions is 3 June 2014.

You can also see hard copies of the Budget documents at Council's Customer Services Centre, 30 Frances Street Randwick, at the Des Renford Aquatic Centre and at Council's libraries in Malabar, Maroubra Junction and Randwick. For more information please contact on 1300 722 542 or email council@randwick.nsw.gov.au

Consultation has concluded
  • Council's Operational Plan, Budget and Schedule of Fees and Charges

    about 3 years ago

    Council will consider the 2014-15 Operational Plan, Budget and Schedule of Fees and Charges at the Council meeting of 24 June 2014.

    See the Council business paper at:Council Business Papers

    Council will consider the 2014-15 Operational Plan, Budget and Schedule of Fees and Charges at the Council meeting of 24 June 2014.

    See the Council business paper at:Council Business Papers

  • Council's draft 2014-15 budget set to continue record capital works spend

    about 3 years ago

    MEDIA RELEASE
    RANDWICK CITY COUNCIL

    Friday 2 May 2014

    Randwick City Council’s draft $158 million budget for 2014-15 is on public exhibition for community feedback from 7 May 2014 to 3 June 2014.

    The draft budget includes more than $32 million in direct investment for capital works projects, including a record $10 million for roads, footpaths, bus stop upgrades and cycling facilities.

    Randwick Mayor Scott Nash said he is proud that the Council has maintained its strong financial track record of delivering high quality services and facilities while remaining debt-free.

    “This budget continues our tradition of delivering the quality services... Continue reading

    MEDIA RELEASE
    RANDWICK CITY COUNCIL

    Friday 2 May 2014

    Randwick City Council’s draft $158 million budget for 2014-15 is on public exhibition for community feedback from 7 May 2014 to 3 June 2014.

    The draft budget includes more than $32 million in direct investment for capital works projects, including a record $10 million for roads, footpaths, bus stop upgrades and cycling facilities.

    Randwick Mayor Scott Nash said he is proud that the Council has maintained its strong financial track record of delivering high quality services and facilities while remaining debt-free.

    “This budget continues our tradition of delivering the quality services our residents have come to expect, without any borrowings, whilst maintaining a balanced budget,” Mayor Nash said.

    “While some other councils struggle financially due to ever growing asset maintenance backlogs, Randwick City remains in a strong financial position thanks to the disciplined approach we’ve taken over a number of years.

    “Our $32 million capital works program together with our approach to asset maintenance, demonstrates just how committed we are to continually improving the Randwick City area,” he said.

    The draft program includes:
    • A record $10 million on roads, footpaths, bus stop and kerb and guttering upgrades
    • $800,000 for the extension of the Coastal Walkway
    • $4.3 million for construction of new public toilets, showers and change-rooms and associated landscaping at Coogee Beach
    • $3 million for Coogee Bay Road upgrade including new footpath paving and new street furniture (in addition to the funding already allocated for underground power)
    • $140,000 for storm water harvesting at Maroubra Beach
    • $110,000 for restoration works to the La Perouse Museum
    • $100,000 for business continuity support during the introduction of light rail

    You can have your say by visiting www,yoursayrandwick.com.au/budget2015 or viewing the documents in hard copies at Council’s Administration Building or libraries during the exhibition period.

    More information:
    1300 722 542
    council@randwick.nsw.gov.au