On Public Exhibition: Draft Operational Plan 2019-20 and proposed Fees and Charges 2019-20

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Consultation has concluded. Thank you to everyone who took the time to view and comment on Council's plans for 2019-20. The adopted plans can be viewed on our website.

Do you want to know…

  • how Council plans to spend $264.6 million in 12 months?
  • about the work Council is planning in your area in 2019-20?
  • what you could be charged to hire a hall or submit a Development Application in 2019-20?

The key documents guiding Council’s daily activities, budget, and fees and charges over the next 12 months are on exhibition until Monday 3 June:

These documents link the community’s long term goals with Council’s plans, policies, services and resources. They are important because they show what we are doing to make Penrith a better place to live, work and visit.

Short on time? Check out the draft Operational Plan and Delivery Program summary for a snapshot of what we plan to focus on over the next 12 months and what we will do over the next four years from 2017 to 2021.

By looking at the documents and telling us whether you think we have missed anything or got something wrong, you’ll help shape your City. Complete the survey below to have your say on Council's plans for 2019-20.

To make sure Council gets the chance to consider your comments before finalising the plans please have your say before Monday 3 June.

Amendments to the following fees were made during the exhibition period:

  • Boarding House Initial Compliance Inspection
  • Tree and Vegetation Management
    • Request to Review Determination Fee (Tree Removal Applications)
    • Request to Review Determination Fee (Vegetation Clearing Applications
  • Development Applications - Council staff, Fire Safety Consultancy Services

To make sure you get the chance to tell us what you think, just these fees will be on public exhibition until Wednesday 26 June. You can also view information about these fees in person at the Penrith Civic Centre, St Mary's Business Office or any Penrith City library branch.

You can tell us what you think about these by:

  • completing the online survey
  • email to corporate.planning@penrith.city, or
  • letter to the General Manager (Attention: Corporate Planning), Penrith Council, PO Box 60, Penrith 2751

Do you want to know…

  • how Council plans to spend $264.6 million in 12 months?
  • about the work Council is planning in your area in 2019-20?
  • what you could be charged to hire a hall or submit a Development Application in 2019-20?

The key documents guiding Council’s daily activities, budget, and fees and charges over the next 12 months are on exhibition until Monday 3 June:

These documents link the community’s long term goals with Council’s plans, policies, services and resources. They are important because they show what we are doing to make Penrith a better place to live, work and visit.

Short on time? Check out the draft Operational Plan and Delivery Program summary for a snapshot of what we plan to focus on over the next 12 months and what we will do over the next four years from 2017 to 2021.

By looking at the documents and telling us whether you think we have missed anything or got something wrong, you’ll help shape your City. Complete the survey below to have your say on Council's plans for 2019-20.

To make sure Council gets the chance to consider your comments before finalising the plans please have your say before Monday 3 June.

Amendments to the following fees were made during the exhibition period:

  • Boarding House Initial Compliance Inspection
  • Tree and Vegetation Management
    • Request to Review Determination Fee (Tree Removal Applications)
    • Request to Review Determination Fee (Vegetation Clearing Applications
  • Development Applications - Council staff, Fire Safety Consultancy Services

To make sure you get the chance to tell us what you think, just these fees will be on public exhibition until Wednesday 26 June. You can also view information about these fees in person at the Penrith Civic Centre, St Mary's Business Office or any Penrith City library branch.

You can tell us what you think about these by:

  • completing the online survey
  • email to corporate.planning@penrith.city, or
  • letter to the General Manager (Attention: Corporate Planning), Penrith Council, PO Box 60, Penrith 2751
Consultation has concluded. Thank you to everyone who took the time to view and comment on Council's plans for 2019-20. The adopted plans can be viewed on our website.
  • INFORMATION ABOUT THE DOCUMENTS

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    The 2019-20 Operational Plan and proposed Fees and Charges for 2019-20 are on exhibition, along with some minor changes to the Delivery Program.

    The Delivery Program sets out the seven Community Outcomes that Council is working towards, and the main things we will do over the four years from 2017-21 to help deliver them. We are making some minor changes to this document to respond to changes in State Government initiatives.

    Our 2019-20 Operational Plan is embedded within the Delivery Program. It sets out the activities, works program and budget for the period from 1 July 2019 to 30...

    The 2019-20 Operational Plan and proposed Fees and Charges for 2019-20 are on exhibition, along with some minor changes to the Delivery Program.

    The Delivery Program sets out the seven Community Outcomes that Council is working towards, and the main things we will do over the four years from 2017-21 to help deliver them. We are making some minor changes to this document to respond to changes in State Government initiatives.

    Our 2019-20 Operational Plan is embedded within the Delivery Program. It sets out the activities, works program and budget for the period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020, and is made up of the 2019-20 actions, and the schedules at the back of the document.

    The Fees and Charges document lists all the fees and charges relating to the services Council provides, including cemeteries, children’s services, applications, facility hire, animal control and so on.


  • INFORMATION ABOUT WHY I SHOULD LOOK AT THE DOCUMENTS

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    By looking at the documents and telling us what you think, and whether you think we have missed anything, you’ll help shape our City.

    Council will be spending $264.6 million to deliver the planned activities for Penrith over the next 12 months. Rates are funding 48.4% ($128.2 million) of the budget, with fees and charges funding 18.5% ($48.9 million).

    If you’d like to know about the projects Council plans to deliver in your area or the activities occurring across the Penrith area during 2019-20 you should look at the Operational Plan 2019-20.

    Council’s Fees and Charges schedule...

    By looking at the documents and telling us what you think, and whether you think we have missed anything, you’ll help shape our City.

    Council will be spending $264.6 million to deliver the planned activities for Penrith over the next 12 months. Rates are funding 48.4% ($128.2 million) of the budget, with fees and charges funding 18.5% ($48.9 million).

    If you’d like to know about the projects Council plans to deliver in your area or the activities occurring across the Penrith area during 2019-20 you should look at the Operational Plan 2019-20.

    Council’s Fees and Charges schedule is important if you regularly use or plan to use a Council service or facility in 2019-20. You will be able to see if the fees and charges for a particular service or facility is proposed to change after 1 July 2019.