It’s time for the community to give Noosa Council’s Corporate Plan 2023-2028 the final tick of approval.
The strategic, high-level visionary document outlines a roadmap to advance the vision of council and the community around five strategic pillars.
Your Voice Matters and council wants feedback from residents, business owners and other key stakeholders to ensure the plan caters to the community’s changing needs and expectations.
The plan can be reviewed on the Your Say Noosa website until Sunday 26 March 2023. https://yoursay.noosa.qld.gov.au/corporate-plan-2023-2028
View the draft plan here > https://bit.ly/corpplan23
“We have consulted extensively with the community, receiving over 1000 submissions to identify the key strategies, initiatives and service areas that will help council deliver our shared goals and outcomes over the next five years,” Mayor Clare Stewart said.
The Corporate Plan is structured around five strategic pillars: Environment, Future, Prosperity, Community and Excellence.
Supporting each pillar are clear objectives, key performance indicators and proposed outcomes.
Cr Stewart said the corporate plan has a key focus on protecting the amenity of Noosa, enhancing our lifestyles and preserving our rich natural environment.
“Noosa and our council are going through a period of change, so we need to ensure that we continue to focus on the prosperity of the shire, protect the local environment and improve the community’s social wellbeing,” she said.
“Central to the success of this plan will be our commitment to continued discussions with the community plus providing sound financial and asset management,” Cr Stewart said.
Council wants to hear from the community about the draft plan, prior to its formal adoption.
“As a council, we remain committed to collaborating with our residents, business leaders and community groups to continue to make Noosa a great place to live, work and visit
“This has been a robust and important piece of work to ensure the plan accurately reflects our community’s aspirations for the future,” Cr Stewart said.