Strategic Community Plan

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In January 2016, the City started engaging with the community about key priorities for Cockburn in the future. Residents attended a range of workshops, provided input via a community survey and an online forum. Feedback from the community has been integral to the development of the draft plan.

The City again set out to engage with the community and gather comments on the draft plan.

You said:

Community aspirations have been listed under the Reference Information section of the document and recognised in the strategic objectives.

We did:

City of Cockburn's Strategic Community Plan 2016-2026 has been adopted by Council as a long-term plan to articulate the vision, aspirations and priorities of the Cockburn community.

Population forecasts indicate that the City continues to grow at 2.5% to 3.5% per year and remains a "growth" council. This will result in about 40,000 more people calling Cockburn "home" over the life of this plan.

The plan is reviewed every two years. It has been prepared in accordance with the Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework and Guidelines issued by the Department of Local Government.


We asked:

In January 2016, the City started engaging with the community about key priorities for Cockburn in the future. Residents attended a range of workshops, provided input via a community survey and an online forum. Feedback from the community has been integral to the development of the draft plan.

The City again set out to engage with the community and gather comments on the draft plan.

You said:

Community aspirations have been listed under the Reference Information section of the document and recognised in the strategic objectives.

We did:

City of Cockburn's Strategic Community Plan 2016-2026 has been adopted by Council as a long-term plan to articulate the vision, aspirations and priorities of the Cockburn community.

Population forecasts indicate that the City continues to grow at 2.5% to 3.5% per year and remains a "growth" council. This will result in about 40,000 more people calling Cockburn "home" over the life of this plan.

The plan is reviewed every two years. It has been prepared in accordance with the Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework and Guidelines issued by the Department of Local Government.


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    At the community conversation we had in May 2015, you told us you wanted the City of Cockburn to be a connected, viable, interactive, safe, sustainable, inclusive, vibrant, flourishing, family friendly, accessible, diverse, cohesive community with a homely feel.


    Imagine the City in 10 years’ time – what factors will be most important to you as someone who lives, works, visits and invests in the City?

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    At the community conversation we had in May 2015, you told us you wanted the City of Cockburn to be a connected, viable, interactive, safe, sustainable, inclusive, vibrant, flourishing, family friendly, accessible, diverse, cohesive community with a homely feel.


    Imagine the City in 10 years’ time – what factors will be most important to you as someone who lives, works, visits and invests in the City?

    Please click the 'go to discussion' button below to join the conversation.

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