Infrastructure Asset Management Plans 2017

Consultation has concluded

The District Council of Yankalilla is responsible for approximately $149 Million 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 Councils objective in providing infrastructure that meet the levels of service expected by the community in a cost effective manner.

The Council has recently developed or reviewed its Infrastructure Asset Management Plans and developed new plans for the following networks :

  • Transport
  • Stormwater
  • Community Wastewater Management Scheme (CWMS)
  • Wirrina Services

The Draft Infrastructure Asset Management plans provide information on the

  • 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 Life cycle 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 Plans are documents 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 above Infrastructure Asset Management Plans for consideration prior to adoption.

The District Council of Yankalilla is responsible for approximately $149 Million 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 Councils objective in providing infrastructure that meet the levels of service expected by the community in a cost effective manner.

The Council has recently developed or reviewed its Infrastructure Asset Management Plans and developed new plans for the following networks :

  • Transport
  • Stormwater
  • Community Wastewater Management Scheme (CWMS)
  • Wirrina Services

The Draft Infrastructure Asset Management plans provide information on the

  • 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 Life cycle 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 Plans are documents 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 above Infrastructure Asset Management Plans for consideration prior to adoption.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Council welcomes your feedback and will take this into consideration in finalising the Plans

    Council welcomes your feedback and will take this into consideration in finalising the Plans

    Consultation has concluded