Project background and information

Adelaide is a budding city, registering the third fastest residential growth between 2003 and 2013, behind Perth and Melbourne. There are 22,000 residents in the Adelaide City Council area and this number is forecast to grow to 39,000 by 2036 – an increase of 70%.

To cater for this growth, it is important to ensure that the management of the City’s infrastructure and associated levels of service are planned in a way that meets future demand in a sustainable way and responds to customers' expectations.

We want your feedback to help us inform the management plans and levels of service of the City's Streets, Buildings and Park Lands.

In line with the requirements stipulated by Section 122 (1a) Local Government Act 1999, the Council reviews its Asset Management Plan within two years of a local government election. The most recent Adelaide City Council election was held in November 2014.

Council is undertaking a comprehensive review of the Asset Management Plans for its diverse and complex infrastructure portfolio which is divided into the following broad asset categories: Streets, Buildings and Park Lands.

This is a periodic review which enables Council to plan its asset management efforts, optimising outcomes for the community and assigning resources to areas of greatest need, in line with Council’s overall strategic and budgetary objectives.

The final Asset Management Plan will take into account the feedback received during the consultation process and will be exhibited for public comment in March 2016.

Project Information

Please read through the Consultation Pack and Asset Management Plan Summaries for further project information.

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