Every three years, residents help us build our draft 10-year work programme to manage $4 billion worth of assets and $3 billion budget.
It’s our big-picture plan that sets out our projects and priorities over the next 10 years.
Yes, the law says we have to get your feedback on it every three years. Things change and our priorities have to keep up.
It’s involving residents in a discussion about our future so we can make decisions collectively.
We have a firm focus on the bottom line, as our AA+ S&P Global independent rating shows.
We’ve gone over our costs with a fine-tooth comb and we’ll keep doing that to ease the burden on residents.
Absolutely. Your feedback helps set the priorities for our district for our 10-year work programme called the Long-Term Plan.
Yes, we plan to put them online once we’ve got them together, but the survey is anonymous.
Yes, but we run a huge range of services and facilities that people want to discuss directly with us. They need to be heard.
We won’t all agree on the details, but we all have the right to be heard and to put forward our views and ideas.