Management Plans

Annual Business Plan

The Annual Business Plan sets out Wakefield Regional Council’s proposed services, programs and projects for 2016/17. It aims to work towards delivering the long term objectives for Wakefield Regional Council set out in its Strategic Management Plan 2012-2016, whilst providing effective and efficient services for the community.

2016/2017 Annual Business Plan
2016/2017 Annual Business Plan Summary
 

Economic Statement & Action Plan

This Economic Statement and Action Plan presents Wakefield Regional Council’s plan of action to help build the prosperity and sustainability of the Council region. The Plan provides Council with a framework to guide the business and industry development that is required to underpin and improve the vibrancy and diversity of the area. The Plan seeks to establish partnerships with all levels of government and the private sector as well as foster regional collaboration.

It is focussed on supporting existing attributes of the Council area to develop a competitive advantage and foster growth so that businesses are retained in the area and opportunities for new businesses are created. In this way the existing and future population of the Council area is supported and future opportunities are created.

2013-2020 Economic Statement & Action Plan
 

Animal Management Plan

This plan is in place to promote and facilitate responsible ownership of dogs and cats, animal welfare and the benefits of animal companionship. The Plan focuses on the legitimate needs of pets and their owners while respecting the rights of other members of the community and protecting the environment.
 
2012-2017 Animal Management Plan 
 

Infrastructure Asset Management Plans

This Infrastructure and Asset Management Plans have been prepared to demonstrate responsive management of assets (and services provided from assets), compliance with regulatory requirements, and to communicate funding required to provide the required levels of service. Click on the following links to view the Plans.
 
Infrastructure and Asset Management Plan for Community Wastewater Management Schemes
Infrastructure and Asset Management Plan for Buildings & Structures
Infrastructure and Asset Management Plan for Transport
 

Development Plan

Development Plans are the key on-the-ground development assessment documents in South Australia. They contain the rules that set out what can be done on any piece of land across the state, and the detailed criteria against which development applications will be assessed. Development Plans cover distinct and separate geographic areas of the state. There is a separate Development Plan for each one of the 68 local council areas, plus a handful of other Development Plans covering areas not situated within local government boundaries. Development Plans outline what sort of developments and land use are and are not envisaged for particular zones (eg residential, commercial, industrial), and various objectives, principles and policies further controlling and affecting the design and other aspects of proposed developments.

Development Plan

Regional Health Plan

This Regional Public Health Plan has been jointly prepared by the Councils that make up the Yorke Peninsula Alliance.
  • District Council of Barunga West
  • District Council of Copper Coast
  • Wakefield Regional Council
  • Yorke Peninsula Council

The Councils of the Yorke Peninsula region already contribute to the health and wellbeing of their communities in the four priority areas identified by the State Public Health Plan.

  • Building stronger, healthier communities for all generations
  • Increasing opportunities for healthy living, eating and being active
  • Preparing for climate change
  • Sustaining and improving public and environmental health
Two additional regional priority areas are identified in the Plan.
  • Maintaining and Improving access to Health Services through initiatives including wider access to transport, better coordination of services and use of telehealth technology.
  • Governance and decision making that leads to stronger relationships and greater collaboration between Councils, community stakeholder groups and service providers.
Regional Public Health Plan 2014-2020
 
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