City of Marion Business Plan 2016-2019

Consultation has concluded

The City of Marion is undergoing exciting change. We are presenting a clear plan for the future and we want to hear what you think.

The Business Plan 2016-2019 explains the projects and programs Council will deliver over the next 3 years. These actions will assist us to deliver our Community Vision for a community that is Liveable, Valuing Nature, Engaged, Prosperous, Innovative and Connected.

A snapshot of some of the commitmments in the plan include:

  • Deliver excellent Sports and Recreation facilities, Open Space and Playspaces across the City
  • Design the Final Stages of the Oaklands Reserve Development
  • Transition to safe and sustainable street and public lighting
  • Strive for the opening up of Glenthorne Farm for community benefit in partnership arrangements
  • Support our lease and licensing holders to develop their club capacity
  • Pilot a project focused on the use of vacant commercial properties with local community groups
  • Investigate ‘smart city’ technology and infrastructure opportunities
  • Deliver the Tonsley Small Advisory Service, providing free advice to start up businesses
  • Deliver a program to enhance streetscapes across the City

There are many more projects and programs listed in the plan. To find out more about what projects will be delivered in your community please view the plan here.

During August 2016 we sought your feedback on the Plan - we are currently consolidating feedback.


The City of Marion is undergoing exciting change. We are presenting a clear plan for the future and we want to hear what you think.

The Business Plan 2016-2019 explains the projects and programs Council will deliver over the next 3 years. These actions will assist us to deliver our Community Vision for a community that is Liveable, Valuing Nature, Engaged, Prosperous, Innovative and Connected.

A snapshot of some of the commitmments in the plan include:

  • Deliver excellent Sports and Recreation facilities, Open Space and Playspaces across the City
  • Design the Final Stages of the Oaklands Reserve Development
  • Transition to safe and sustainable street and public lighting
  • Strive for the opening up of Glenthorne Farm for community benefit in partnership arrangements
  • Support our lease and licensing holders to develop their club capacity
  • Pilot a project focused on the use of vacant commercial properties with local community groups
  • Investigate ‘smart city’ technology and infrastructure opportunities
  • Deliver the Tonsley Small Advisory Service, providing free advice to start up businesses
  • Deliver a program to enhance streetscapes across the City

There are many more projects and programs listed in the plan. To find out more about what projects will be delivered in your community please view the plan here.

During August 2016 we sought your feedback on the Plan - we are currently consolidating feedback.


Overall do you support what is in the Plan?

strongly support
57%
support
43%
do not support
0%
strongly do not support
0%
Total Votes : 21