Strategic Community Plan 2021-2031 adopted

News Update 15 December 2021

The City's new Strategic Community Plan (SCP) 2021-2031 was adopted by Council at its 14 December meeting. Council adopted the SCP subject to some amendments which will be made before the final plan is available to the public.

The plan will guide the City over the next ten years as we deliver on our community’s vision to be a City of active places and beautiful spaces. 

Input from the community helped to inform the major review of the SCP, with feedback received from hundreds of residents, business owners, visitors and workers. We asked the community to picture their future City of South Perth and let us know what our priorities should be for the next 10 years. Thank you to everyone who contributed. 

The City monitors and reviews the progress of the SCP via the Corporate Business Plan (CBP) and Annual Report. Every two years a desktop (minor) review of the SCP is conducted with a more comprehensive (major) review every four years.

The priorities and aspirations outline in the SCP have been grouped into four broad categories to form the strategic directions:

Community: A diverse, connected, safe and engaged community
Economy: A thriving City activated by innovation, attractions and opportunities
Environment (Built and Natural): Sustainable urban neighbourhoods
Leadership: A visionary and influential local government

Minutes from the meeting will be available on the Council Meetings page from 5pm Friday 17 December. The new Strategic Community Plan will be published on the City's website in the coming months. 

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