Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Noosa corporate plan goes public

A series of community feedback sessions will play a vital part in developing Noosa’s new strategic plan for the future of the shire, Noosa Council announced today.

The Council is currently preparing the 2023 – 2028 Corporate Plan which, when adopted, will provide the framework for decisions about policy, programs and resources. 

Community sessions will be held in Pomona, Noosaville and Tewantin next week to identify the priorities and opportunities for inclusion in the new strategic document. 

Noosa Mayor, Clare Stewart said the work was about setting goals and objectives for the shire. 

“This plan is a key strategic document that ensures we remain responsive to the shire’s evolving priorities and opportunities, so hearing from the community is paramount,” she said. 

“Extensive community input will ensure we formulate a document that has a clear and concise plan moving forward.” 

The three community sessions will be held on Thursday 13 October, while three sessions aimed at business and industry leaders will be held on Wednesday 12 October. 

Council CEO, Scott Waters said a refreshed five-year plan was critical to measuring Council’s success and performance. 

“We continue to deliver day-to-day services to the community, but the Corporate Plan drives much of our operational priorities and allocation of resources,” he said. 

“With a series of natural disasters, the COVID pandemic and the 2032 Olympics, it’s timely to implement a new Corporate Plan for Noosa Council. 

“The past has clearly shown the challenges we face, but also the opportunities and great potential we have as a community,” Mr Waters said. 

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