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Why do you do a Strategic Plan?
Planning for Adelaide’s future is essential to sustainably growing our city while making sure we keep and build upon the things people already love about Adelaide.
What is the City of Adelaide 2016 - 2020 Strategic Plan?
What happened to the Adelaide 2040 Plan?
How did you come up with the draft City of Adelaide 2016 - 2020 Strategic Plan?
How will the Vision for the City be achieved?
What are the Principles for?
What environmental sustainability principles underpin all this growth?
What is the Primary Goal?
How will you accommodate all this growth?
What are the Themes?
Each theme includes measureable objectives for the City and deliverable actions for the next four years.
What are the measurable Objectives and how did they come about?
What about some important parts of the City like the Adelaide Central Market, the Park Lands and our shopping areas?
How will the Strategic Plan be delivered?
How will you measure progress?
A city scorecard will be developed and updated every year. This will enable us to see how we’re tracking against our goals and will be made available online.
Why is transport not a ‘Theme’ on its own?
Why is the public being consulted at this stage?
How long is the consultation open for?
Consultation opens Tuesday, 01 March and closes 5 pm, Monday, 04 April, 2016.
When will the final City of Adelaide 2016 - 2020 Strategic Plan be available?
How do I provide my feedback?
You can play a role in shaping the future of the city of Adelaide in the following ways:
Alternatively comments can be emailed to email@example.com.
What happens to my feedback?
Your feedback and submissions will be presented to Council for consideration during the development of the final City of Adelaide 2016 - 2020 Strategic Plan and will be included in a report to Council which will be publicly available.
How do I know my feedback has been received?
All feedback forms, submissions or correspondence will be acknowledged either by email or in writing so that you know your comments/feedback has been received.