Draft 2022-26 Delivery Program and 2022-23 Operational Plan and Budget

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Randwick City Council’s Draft 2022-26 Delivery Program and 2022-23 Operational Plan and Budget outlines our four year delivery plan for 2022 to 2026, as well as the specific planned activities and expenditure for the coming 2022-23 financial year.

The coming year will see Council deliver a capital works program totaling $65.6M on new projects, upgrades, and improvements in our Local Government Area. This includes new and upgraded sporting facilities, upgrades to our streetscape, drainage infrastructure, parks and playgrounds, and enhancing public art. The plan will also make our LGA easier to get around with improvements to active transport including upgrades to footpaths, and greening our LGA with tree and shrub plantings.

Project highlights

Some of the important projects that are being delivered in the coming year include:

  • Finishing the Heffron Centre, our newest community sporting facility at Maroubra’s Heffron Park which will accommodate sports such as netball, basketball, badminton, volleyball, and indoor futsal
  • Completing the Meeks Street Plaza in Kingsford
  • Improving the playground at Alison Park in Randwick
  • Improving the playground at Woomera Reserve in Little Bay
  • Upgrading 6.5km of road and 3km of footpaths
  • Installing new shade structures and seating at Heffron Park netball courts allowing all-weather training as well as the potential for markets and live music
  • Rolling out five electric vehicle charging stations across the LGA
  • Planting 5,000 native trees and plants to improve our bushland

Find out what projects are planned for your area

How the budget will affect you

  • Rates - up by 2.5%*.
  • Domestic waste charge - up by 2.2% (increasing by $13.73 to $637.83pa)

Rate variation explained:
* Each year the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) sets the rate peg, which determines the maximum percentage amount by which a Council may increase its general income for the year. Randwick’s rate peg for 2022-23 is 1.3%. Council is pursuing a 2.5% increase to general rate revenue through an additional rate variation in response to a lower-than-expected rate peg. Without this additional variation, the drop in forecast revenue would compromise Council’s ability to deliver the services and projects expected by our community.

Read the full documents

Have Your Say

Have your say on the draft 2022-26 Delivery Program and 2022-23 Operational Plan and Budget, and draft 2022-23 Fees and Charges by:

Consultation period: 28 April to 5pm, 27 May 2022.

Randwick City Council’s Draft 2022-26 Delivery Program and 2022-23 Operational Plan and Budget outlines our four year delivery plan for 2022 to 2026, as well as the specific planned activities and expenditure for the coming 2022-23 financial year.

The coming year will see Council deliver a capital works program totaling $65.6M on new projects, upgrades, and improvements in our Local Government Area. This includes new and upgraded sporting facilities, upgrades to our streetscape, drainage infrastructure, parks and playgrounds, and enhancing public art. The plan will also make our LGA easier to get around with improvements to active transport including upgrades to footpaths, and greening our LGA with tree and shrub plantings.

Project highlights

Some of the important projects that are being delivered in the coming year include:

  • Finishing the Heffron Centre, our newest community sporting facility at Maroubra’s Heffron Park which will accommodate sports such as netball, basketball, badminton, volleyball, and indoor futsal
  • Completing the Meeks Street Plaza in Kingsford
  • Improving the playground at Alison Park in Randwick
  • Improving the playground at Woomera Reserve in Little Bay
  • Upgrading 6.5km of road and 3km of footpaths
  • Installing new shade structures and seating at Heffron Park netball courts allowing all-weather training as well as the potential for markets and live music
  • Rolling out five electric vehicle charging stations across the LGA
  • Planting 5,000 native trees and plants to improve our bushland

Find out what projects are planned for your area

How the budget will affect you

  • Rates - up by 2.5%*.
  • Domestic waste charge - up by 2.2% (increasing by $13.73 to $637.83pa)

Rate variation explained:
* Each year the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) sets the rate peg, which determines the maximum percentage amount by which a Council may increase its general income for the year. Randwick’s rate peg for 2022-23 is 1.3%. Council is pursuing a 2.5% increase to general rate revenue through an additional rate variation in response to a lower-than-expected rate peg. Without this additional variation, the drop in forecast revenue would compromise Council’s ability to deliver the services and projects expected by our community.

Read the full documents

Have Your Say

Have your say on the draft 2022-26 Delivery Program and 2022-23 Operational Plan and Budget, and draft 2022-23 Fees and Charges by:

Consultation period: 28 April to 5pm, 27 May 2022.

  • CLOSED: The submission period has now closed. Thank you to everyone who made a comment.

    Council welcomes comments and submissions on the draft 2022-26 Delivery Program and 2022-23 Operational Plan. All submissions will be considered before finalising the 2022-26 Delivery Program and 2022-23 Operational Plan. To make a submission via Your Say Randwick you need to be registered on this site. 

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    This consultation has concluded.

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