Corporate Business Plan adopted by Commissioners

Commissioners have adopted the City of Perth Corporate Business Plan (CBP) 2020/21 – 2023/24, which sets out how the City will grow Perth as an iconic, global city that is positioned for future prosperity.

Commissioners have adopted the City of Perth Corporate Business Plan (CBP) 2020/21 – 2023/24, which sets out how the City will grow Perth as an iconic, global city that is positioned for future prosperity.

Chair Commissioner, Andrew Hammond, said the document is guided by the City’s Strategic Community Plan and Long Term Financial Plan. It details clear actions, initiatives and projects that will benefit not only the City’s ratepayers, but all Western Australians.

“The Corporate Business Plan is the most important and valuable resource when planning for Perth’s economic prosperity and social and environmental wellbeing. It details the City’s intended achievements and priorities, how it will commit resources and how success in meeting the needs of the community will be measured,” Commissioner Hammond said.

“Among the many projects listed within the Corporate Business Plan are initiatives to revitalise the East End, redesign Roe Street, reinvigorate the Citistation Concourse, redevelopment of the WACA and retail core, upgrade the foreshore, increase security, safety and surveillance programs, support and advocate on behalf of people experiencing homelessness, support business and offer world-class experiences.”

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