Council’s hopes for the next five years
Community encouraged to have their say about plan
THE North Burnett Regional Council has released a corporate plan outlining what it hopes to achieve in the next five years.
The council is required by law to develop the plan.
North Burnett Regional Council Mayor Rachel Chambers said the draft corporate plan mapped the council’s direction over the next five years, to ensure the organisation delivered a sustainable future for the region.
“The corporate plan aims to achieve the vision and outcomes for our region and is informed by a range of key strategic plans, both internal and external to council,” Cr Chambers said.
“Basically, it keeps us accountable, and that is extremely important to us as a council.”
Cr Chambers urged community members to have their say.
“The corporate plan defines the goals and ambitions of our council over the next five years, community comments and input is not only welcome but essential feedback for council,” Cr Chambers said.
The draft corporate plan outlines council’s aims in regards to job growth, employment opportunities, improving road infrastructure and ensuring health and education is addressed.
The corporate plan is on the North Burnett Regional Council’s website at northburnett.qld.gov.au.
The consultation period for the corporate plan runs until Monday, May 29.