Council has commissioned Ross Planning, Recreation Planning Specialists, to undertake a review of existing recreational, sporting and community facilities in the Shoalhaven and to produce a Community Infrastructure Strategic Plan (CISP) for the whole of the Shoalhaven.
The CISP will make recommendations for the future provision, priorities and funding of community infrastructure at local, district and regional levels.
The project has eight distinct stages, two critical stages being: a comprehensive audit of Council's community facilities and; intensive community and stakeholder engagement, to ensure that all community groups will have the opportunity to have their opinions and aspirations heard. The agreed project timeframe provides for completion of the project at the end of June 2015, following a community and stakeholder review of the draft Plan. The project follows the flow chart below and is currently at Stage Four - Community Infrastructure Audit.
Draft Plan- Report to Council
The draft Community Infrastructure Strategic Plan was reported to Council’s Strategy and Assets Committee on the 12th April 2016.
Exhibition of Draft Community Infrastructure Strategic Plan
In line with Council's resolution (MIN16.235) the draft Community Infrastructure Strategic Plan will be on exhibition from 4 May – Friday 18 June 2016.
The outcomes of the exhibition period will be reported to the new council.
Submissions which are made in relation to publicly notified proposals are considered to be public documents. Public documents may be published in Council reports and may be accessible upon request by other members of the public.
Adopted Minute - Community Infrastructure Strategic Plan
At the Extra Ordinary Meeting of Council of Tuesday 13 June, 2017 the Community Infrastructure Strategic Plan was adopted.