Draft Recreation Infrastructure Asset Management Plan

Consultation has concluded

The District Council of Yankalilla is responsible for approximately $154M of Infrastructure Assets. It provides and maintains these assets on behalf of its ratepayers for the delivery of services to the community and visitors to our district.

Asset management practices impact directly on the core business of Council. Appropriate asset management is required to achieve Council’s objective in providing infrastructure that meet the levels of service expected by the community in a cost-effective manner.

The Council has recently developed its Draft Recreation Infrastructure Asset Management Plan.

The Draft Recreation Infrastructure Asset Management Plan provides information on:

  • The extent and value of the assets under the care and control of Council;
  • The current levels of service adopted for each of the asset types;
  • The lifecycle costs to maintain renew (work required to return an existing asset to its original condition and useful life) and to provide new assets identified in Councils Strategic Plan;
  • Improvements required further improving and refining asset management processes.

The infrastructure Asset Management Plan is a document which will provide guidance to Council in its service delivery and budget allocations over the next ten years.

As stewards of these assets, on behalf of our ratepayers, Council is seeking feedback on the Draft Recreation Infrastructure Asset Management Plan for consideration prior to adoption.

Opportunity will be provided, to discuss the Draft Recreation Infrastructure Asset Management Plan, with Council Officers immediately following the Annual Business Plan, public meetings.

The District Council of Yankalilla is responsible for approximately $154M of Infrastructure Assets. It provides and maintains these assets on behalf of its ratepayers for the delivery of services to the community and visitors to our district.

Asset management practices impact directly on the core business of Council. Appropriate asset management is required to achieve Council’s objective in providing infrastructure that meet the levels of service expected by the community in a cost-effective manner.

The Council has recently developed its Draft Recreation Infrastructure Asset Management Plan.

The Draft Recreation Infrastructure Asset Management Plan provides information on:

  • The extent and value of the assets under the care and control of Council;
  • The current levels of service adopted for each of the asset types;
  • The lifecycle costs to maintain renew (work required to return an existing asset to its original condition and useful life) and to provide new assets identified in Councils Strategic Plan;
  • Improvements required further improving and refining asset management processes.

The infrastructure Asset Management Plan is a document which will provide guidance to Council in its service delivery and budget allocations over the next ten years.

As stewards of these assets, on behalf of our ratepayers, Council is seeking feedback on the Draft Recreation Infrastructure Asset Management Plan for consideration prior to adoption.

Opportunity will be provided, to discuss the Draft Recreation Infrastructure Asset Management Plan, with Council Officers immediately following the Annual Business Plan, public meetings.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for taking the time to review Council's draft Recreation Infrastructure Asset Management Plan. Please provide your comments for review.

    Thank you for taking the time to review Council's draft Recreation Infrastructure Asset Management Plan. Please provide your comments for review.

    Consultation has concluded