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about this plan.

what is this

document all about?

What is a Delivery Program? The Delivery Program is Council’s commitment towards actioning the goals outlined in the Community Strategic Plan (Ruby & Oliver) after considering available resources. The Delivery program is a four year plan aligned to the term of the elected Council.

What is an Operational Plan? The Operational Plan is a supporting document to the Delivery Program outlining projects and services to be delivered to achieve the commitments of the Delivery Program. The Operational Plan is a one year plan. Both the Delivery Program and Operational Plan items consider social, environmental, economic and civic leadership outcomes as well as apply the principles of access and equity and social justices.

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contents.

contents. Introduction 4 Financial overview 8

Delivery Program Budget

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Capital Works 11 Contributions and Donations 19

We are an engaged & involved community 21 Delivery Program Items 22 Operational Items 22

We have a safe & healthy community

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Delivery Program Items 32 Operational Items 32

we have a growing economy

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Delivery Program Items 35 Operational Items 35

we have a sustainable natural & built environment 37 Delivery Program Items 38 Operational Items 38

REVENUE & PRICING POLICY

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reporting framework.

our

reporting framework. Integrated planning and reporting

Community Strategic Plan

Integrated Planning and Reporting (IP&R) is the planning and reporting framework that Wagga Wagga City Council uses to work towards achieving the community’s vision. Under NSW State legislation, Councils must prepare a number of plans which provide details on how Council intends to deliver works and services in the short and long term. This is based on the community’s priorities which have been identified through consultation and engagement as well as the resources available to council in delivering these items. The framework ensures Councils illustrate their various plans together, to understand how they interact in planning for the future. The framework opens the way for Council and our community to have important discussions about funding priorities, service levels and shaping local identity and to plan in partnership for a more sustainable future. As illustrated below, the plans are designed to flow so that the broader objectives in a high level plan are translated into specific targets, actions and measures.

The purpose of this plan is to identify the community’s main priorities and aspirations for the future and to plan for achieving these goals. The name of our Community Strategic Plan is Ruby & Oliver. The objectives are balanced across Social, Economic, Environment and Civic Leadership and will need to be addressed beyond the boundaries of our Council – the help of other partners, stakeholders and community members contribute to the implementation of this plan. The Community Strategic Plan reflects the Wagga Wagga community’s long term priorities and aspirations and forms the foundation for all Council operations and subsequent plans. The plan sets out the specific directions, strategies, targets and measures necessary for achieving the following outcomes: • We are an engaged and involved community • We are a safe and healthy community • We have a growing economy • We have a sustainable natural and built environment

Resourcing plans workforce

Asset Management

Long Term

2013/2017

2013/2017

2013/2014

PLAN

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Workforce Plan 2013 - 2017

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reporting framework. The resourcing plans consist of three components: The Workforce Plan, Asset Management Plan and the LongTerm Financial Plan. Council’s resource plans illustrate Council’s capacity to deliver on goals identified in the Community Strategic Plan informing the development of the Delivery Program.

Annual Report

The Workforce Plan aims to ensure Council’s workforce has the right skills, at the right time and in the right quantities to ensure sustainable service delivery into the future. The Long-Term Financial Plan outlines the future finances of Council’s operations taking into consideration key elements such as rate movements, service levels to our community, major infrastructure, assets replacement and renewals as well as borrowings and cash reserves. The Asset Management Plan provides Council with a clear direction and goal for managing Council’s assets and physical infrastructure.

This Document - Combined Delivery Program and Operational Plan

The Annual Report outlines Council’s achievements in implementing the Delivery Program and Operational Plan. The report also contains the audited financial statements. In the year of an ordinary election, the annual report will also include an End of Term Report identifying progress against the measures identified in the Community Strategic Plan.

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Council’s Delivery Program is a statement of commitment to the community from each newly elected council and sets out a four year plan to respond to the community’s long-term vision as stated in Council’s 10 year Community Strategic Plan. In preparing a Delivery Program Council considers the available resources and its capacity to deliver services and projects to the community. The Operational Plan is a sub-plan of the Delivery Program and sets out the projects, programs and activities to be undertaken in a 12 month period. The Operational Plan includes a detailed budget and financial snapshot.

Quarterly Reporting quarterly report July - September 2013

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Mayor &

general manager welcome

2013/2014. Welcome to Wagga Wagga City Council’s Combined Delivery Program and Operation Plan 2013/2014. This plan outlines Council’s commitment to the community and planned actions for working towards achieving the goals outlined in the Community Strategic Plan (Ruby & Oliver). In 2012, conversations with the community regarding the development of a new Community Strategic Plan were initiated, and the campaign was given the identity of Ruby & Oliver. Ruby & Oliver were the most popular names for babies born in Wagga Wagga in 2011. Ruby & Oliver go to our schools, we work with them and they are seniors in our community who have led the way. Ruby & Oliver describe who we are as a community now and who we are into the future. The Delivery Program is Council’s four year forward planning document, which is then supported by a detailed Operational Plan outlining specific services and projects due to be delivered during the 2013/2014 financial year. Wagga Wagga City Council has a number of new and continuing projects over the coming 12 months to contribute to meeting the community’s goals, some of which include: • Expansion of the Glenfield Road Animal Shelter • Four year renewal program of Neighbourhood Parks in Ashmont, Tolland, Bourkelands, Lake Albert, Forest Hill and Mount Austin • City entrances improving the City image • Replacement and enhancement of amenities at Duke of Kent Oval • Further landscaping of Wollundry Lagoon • Construction of a Resource Recovery Centre at the Gregadoo Waste Management Centre • Implementation of Riverside Master Plan landscaping recommendations at the Wagga Beach 6

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Redevelopment of the internal baggage claim and retail section of the Airport terminal Design work for the Levee Bank upgrade Remediation of the former gasworks site in Tarcutta Street Upgrade of Soccer grounds as part of the Implementation of the Soccer Strategy

Within the Delivery Program and Operational Plan is a focus on building strong partnerships and how Council plans to respond to the State and Commonwealth Governments’ encouragement to find innovative ways of delivering services. The commitment towards building partnerships is demonstrated through projects including: • • • •

Development of community equestrian facilities at the Riverina Regional Equestrian Centre in partnership with local equestrian groups and Charles Sturt University The redevelopment of Connolly Ruby Park in partnership with Wagga Wagga Rugby Union The development of the Multi Purpose Stadium including sports facilities and convention and exhibition facilities at Bolton Park and Equex in partnership with PCYC, Wagga Netball and the State Government The Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics project in partnership with the private sector, State and Commonwealth governments

Additionally, Council has a strong role to play in facilitating opportunities that may have a positive social and economic benefit to the broader community. In the coming year, two examples of this are with NSW Harness Racing and the Wuai Group of China. Council is looking forward to working closely with the NSW Harness Racing Authority as they advance their plans to establish one of their four planned sites across the State and


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continuing ongoing dialogue with the Wuai Group on their plans to establish an International Wholesale Trade Centre in Wagga Wagga. The 2013/2014 capital budget includes an allocation of $23.7 million to the Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics Hub. Progress on this project this year will include the Eunony Bridge Road Deviation Project, the purchase of land at Bomen, Bomen Road northern extensions and Bomen link road crossing modifications. Although the Operational Plan budget has been balanced for the 2013/14 year Council acknowledges that it has forecast a deficit budget for the remaining three years of the Delivery Program. Council’s commitment to delivering a variety of projects and services for our growing community continues to be an ongoing challenge with a limited income base. In the short term, Council will review capital projects and service delivery across the organisation to ensure a balanced budget is achieved for the remaining three years of the Delivery Program. Additionally Council will seek input from the community on the provision of Council services and undertake a review of services and programs in 2013/14. As part of this

process Council will also seek community input on funding sources, including the possibility of Council applying to the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) for a Special Rate Variation in the 2014/15 year. Funding options, together with matching project and service delivery to the needs of the community, must be considered to ensure that Council’s current satisfactory financial position is maintained for future generations. Council’s progress towards the projects and services outlined in the Operational Plan will be reported against on a quarterly basis. These reports are available for viewing on our website or from our Customer Service Counter. We look forward to working with the community to achieve short term goals and progress towards achieving the aspirational long term goals.

Rod Kendall Mayor 7

Phil Pinyon General Manager Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


finance.

financial

overview.

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finance.

delivery

program 4 year budget. This table displays Council’s net budget position for the period of the Delivery Program. Please see the following pages for more details on the budgeted Capital Works Program and a detailed 2013/2014 Operational Budget

revenue and expenses

Budget Budget Budget Budget 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/17

Income from Continuing Operations Rates and Annual Charges

54,015,182

56,010,665

58,081,032

60,229,131

User Charges and Fees

22,648,395

24,527,578

26,330,016

27,702,952

Interest and Investment Revenue

4,386,393

4,508,329

4,636,688

4,731,975

Other Revenues

1,722,410

1,799,417

1,834,511

1,870,751

Grants and Contributions Provided for Operating Purposes

13,981,150

14,336,060

17,781,773

14,789,412

Grants and Contributions Provided for Capital Purposes

13,159,428

10,082,013

8,637,698

8,695,204

109,912,959

111,264,061

114,301,719

118,019,424

39,229,406

40,853,179

43,132,197

44,790,783

3,962,122

4,890,006

6,601,756

6,623,671

Materials and Contracts

28,888,054

24,890,542

25,534,275

25,410,015

Depreciation and Amortisation

21,332,118

22,517,582

23,774,206

25,106,734

Other Expenses

13,335,429

13,720,316

14,166,864

14,605,786

106,747,129

106,871,625

113,209,298

116,536,989

3,165,829

4,392,436

1,092,422

1,482,435

(49,621,938)

(44,250,915)

(20,038,590)

(24,363,355)

(1,939,716)

(2,564,504)

(3,526,906)

(3,792,701)

1,628,880

1,667,550

1,567,950

949,290

25,434,827

17,299,731

101,012

(2,608,660)

Total Income from Continuing Operations

Expenses from Continuing Operations Employee Benefits and On-Costs Borrowing Costs

Total Expenses from Continuing Operations

Net Operating Profit /(Loss) for the Year

Capital (Balance Sheet) and Reserve Movements Capital Expenditure Loan Repayments (External) Proceeds from Sale of intangible & tangible Assets Net Transfers (to)/from Reserves

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finance. Total Capital (Balance Sheet) and Reserve Movements

(24,497,947)

(27,848,137)

(27,896,534)

(29,815,426)

Net Result (including depreciation & other noncash items)

(21,332,118)

(23,455,701)

(26,804,112)

(28,332,991)

21,332,118

22,517,582

23,774,206

25,106,734

0

(938,120)

(3,029,907)

(3,226,257)

Add back Depreciation Expense (non-cash)

Cash Budget Surplus/(Deficit)

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finance.

delivery

program

new projects

capital works. This table displays new projects and capital work items to be undertaken for the period of the Delivery Program (4 years) displayed by directorate. This table also identifies the funding

source for the projects including General Purpose Revenue (GPR), Developer Service Plan (DSP) and Developer Contributions (S94).

Project Description

Funding Source

2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17

City Entrances

S94(Old Plan)*

Undertake review of Developer Contribution Plans

S94*

Implement Animal Shelter Expansion Design and construct

Borrowings (GPR Future Years Loan Repayments)

660,000

Airport Public Art Project - Stages 2 and 3

Public Art Reserve

180,000

Digital Infrastructure & Mapping Public Art Project

Public Art Reserve

60,000

Explorer Park at Amundsen Street Embellishment and landscape works

S94*

Lineal Park (Promenade - Amundsen) Corridor Recreation Improvements

S94*

Oasis Carpet Replacement

Oasis Building Renewal Reserve

Indoor Multi Purpose Facilities

2013/14 - S94A $500K + $S94 $1,000,111; 2014/15 - Borrowings $8,184,000 + S94 $610,000 PCYC Contribution $1,830,000 - potential RDAF funding and contribution from netball $250,000

Oasis - Replace Wave Ball with new recreational facility

GPR

Conolly Rugby Park expansion

2013/14 Internal Loans Reserve $200,000 + Partnership with SIRU Contribution $200,000, (2014/15 - GPR payback to Internal Loans Reserve)

90,000

90,000 107,252

365,186 1,014,556 55,550 1,500,000

10,874,111

272,700 400,000

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finance. Estella new playground - Local open space works

S94*

51,481

Lloyd new playground - Local open space works Construct Estella Community Centre

S94* S94* $600,000 + GPR $199,643 + S94 (Old Plan) $121,838 + Reserve $178,519 + Borrowings $100,000 (GPR - Future Years Loan Repayments)

1,200,000

S94*

54,481

Boorooma new playground - Open space works Construction for renewal of Ashmont Neighbourhood Park (Skate Park)

51,481

Parks and Recreation Reserve (Sale of 9 Saxon St Land)

Construction for renewal of Tolland Neighbourhood Park

S94A*

Construction for renewal of Bourkelands Neighbourhood Park

S94A*

Construction for renewal of Forest Hill Neighbourhood Park

S94A*

Construction for renewal of Lake Albert Neighbourhood Park

S94A*

Construction for renewal of Mt Austin Neighbourhood Park

S94A*

Implement recommendations from the Recreation and Open Space Strategy 2005-2015 (as per schedule)

S94 (Old Plan)*

Beautify roundabout at Tarcutta and Forsyth Streets

Public Art Reserve

Replace amenities building at Duke of Kent Oval (as part of adopted Soccer Strategy)

Borrowings (GPR Future Years Loan Repayments)

200,000

171,603 171,603 128,702 128,702 171,603 25,000

50,000 400,000

Development of community equestrian facilties in partnership with Charles Sturt University (stage 1 completion works)

Borrowings (GPR Future Years Loan Repayments)

100,000

Wollundry Lagoon landscaping

S94 (Old Plan)*

100,000

Bakers Lane and Inglewood Road Intersection improvements

S94*

17,675

Bakers Lane and Sturt Highway Intersection improvements

S94*

44,188

Bakers Lane widening

330,082

Bourke Street and Bourkelands Drive Intersection Upgrade

S94*

107,252

Glenfield Road Corridor – Widening/ duplication of rail bridge and associated drainage. (Note - includes additional work for Glenfield Road - Urana Street Intersection upgrade)

S94*

100,000

Kooringal Road widening to 4 lanes (Full length - 4km)

S94*

Red Hill Road – Widening to 4 lanes S94* Plumpton Road to Glenfield Plus widening at Dalman Parkway & Yentoo Drive 2.7km Red Hill Road and Hudson Drive – Intersection improvements

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1,179,768 144,790

820,475

16,088

91,164


finance. Red Hill Road West – Street lighting

S94*

Undertake stormwater drainage upgrade studies - Wagga West Developer Service Plan area

Stormwater DSP $225,228 + GPR $42,901

80,439 268,129

Upgrade the Main City Levee Bank - CBD Borrowings Flood Protection $6,566,665 ($1,333,333 for 4 years + $839,833 for year 5) + DNR Grant $13,133,335 ($2,666,667 for 4 years + $1,679,667 for year 5). Borrowing debt to be serviced by GPR

4,000,000

4,000,000

4,000,000

Eunony Bridge improvements to carry heavy mass vehicles

Roads to Recovery Grant

303,000

Underground petroleum storage system replacement

Plant Replacement Reserve

130,000

Depot - Additional 3 sheds to western side

Plant Replacement Reserve

45,450

Design and concept sewer scheme Oura

Sewer Reserve

Sewer Reticulation Scheme - Oura

Sewer Reserve

Sewer Reticulation Scheme - Humula

Sewer Reserve

Sewer Reticulation Scheme - San Isidore

Sewer Reserve

Install Sewage Pumping Station Glenfield East

Sewer Reserve

1,185,593

Install Sewage Pumping Station Glenfield West

Sewer Reserve

87,400

Install Sewage Pumping Station Storage Gracelands - SPS20

Sewer Reserve

Install Sewage Pumping Station Ladysmith - SPS47

Sewer Reserve

Install Sewage Pumping Station Lakehaven East - SPS25

Sewer Reserve

Renew Sewage Pumping Station - Smith Street - SPS21

Sewer Reserve

Renew Sewage Treatment Works Tarcutta

Sewer Reserve

25,344

Renew Sewage Treatment Works Uranquinty

Sewer Reserve

28,742

Sewer - Pump Station - SPS15 Hammond Avenue - New Assets

Sewer Reserve

2,185

Sewer Pump Station 08 Boorooma Increase pump capacity

Sewer Reserve

76,689

SPS 08 Boorooma - Emergency/wet weather detention storage

Sewer Reserve

255,631

SPS08 Boorooma growth storage upgrade

Sewer Reserve

SPS22 Elizabeth Street emergency/wet weather detention storage

Sewer Reserve

115,034

SPS22 Elizabeth Street new sewer pump station - Structural

Sewer Reserve

249,197

Sewer Pump Station 22 Elizabeth St new sewer pump station mechanical/ electrical

Sewer Reserve

216,240

123,882 535,010 555,742 1,573,598

116,3001 42,291 169,165 35,401

371,648

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finance. Sewer Pump Station 22 Elizabeth St New 360mm Rising Main

Sewer Reserve

522,182

Narrung St Treatment Plant -Flood Protection Infrastructure

Sewer Reserve

250,000

Bomen Industrial Sewerage Treatment Facility (BISTF) Land Acquisition

Sewer Reserve

656,500

Duplicate stormwater drainage - 1050 Copland St to proposed pumping station - Wagga East Developer Service Plan area

Stormwater DSP $262,825 + Civil Projects $26,755

289,580

Copland Street Industrial Land - Pump station for drainage purposes

S94 (Old Plan)*

100,000

Extend drainage trickle flow - Plumpton Road to 200m north of Stringy Bark Creek Culvert - Wagga East Developer Service Plan area

Stormwater DSP $159,000 + Drainage Reserve $17,832

176,832

Extend drainage trickle flow - West of Elizabeth Avenue Forest Hill

Stormwater DSP $144,000 + Drainage Reserve $98,513

242,513

Implement Road and drainage works Hammond Avenue - Industrial areas

S94A*

128,703

128,703

Implement Stormwater Drainage - Bomen Stormwater DSP - Trickle flow east of Hereford Street $496,258 + GPR under railway line to Byrnes Road $40,000

536,258

Implement Stormwater Drainage Fernleigh Road trickle flow from culvert north west of Rules Club to detention basins - Wagga West Developer Service Plan area

Stormwater DSP $357,306 + GPR $28,800

386,106

Implement Stormwater Drainage - New Estella western and southern subdivision piped drainage Pine Gully Road /Old Narrandera Road to Olympic Highway

Stormwater DSP $709,357 + Civil Projects $65,000

Implement Stormwater Drainage Tarcoola Road - Wagga East Developer Service Plan area

Stormwater DSP $314,405 + GPR $28,800 (Deferred from 12/13)

343,205

Implement Stormwater Drainage Improvements - Jubilee Oval to Red Hill Road - Wagga West Developer Service Plan area

Stormwater DSP $265,580 + $24,000 Civil Projects Reserve

289,580

Improve Stormwater drainage - Kincaid Street end to Flowerdale pumping station - Wagga West Developer Service Plan Area

Stormwater DSP $318,695 + Civil Projects $28,800

Undertake Stormwater Drainage Upgrade - Contour Ridge (Lloyd) approx 5km Wagga West Developer Service Plan Area

Stormwater DSP $119,102 + GPR $9,600

128,702

Undertake Stormwater Drainage Upgrade - Day, Higgins, Tarcutta Street - Wagga West Developer Service Plan Area

Stormwater DSP $248,129 + GPR $20,000

268,129

Gregadoo Waste Management Centre Construction of a new waste cell

Solid Waste Reserve

950,000

Gregadoo Waste Management Centre Construction of a new waste cell

Solid Waste Reserve

3,000,000

Gregadoo Waste Management Centre Complete Cap

Solid Waste Reserve

800,000

Visitor Information Centre exterior refurbishment

GPR

17,170

Implement Riverside Master Plan landscaping recommendations

S94A

697,136

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774,357

347,495


finance. Paint Civic Theatre auditorium

Civic Theatre Operating Reserve

Upgrade air-conditioning control - Civic Centre - Stage 2 (Level 0)

S94*

Upgrade air-conditioning control - Civic Centre - 14/15 Stage 3 (Level 1) & 15/16 Stage 4 (Level 2) 15/16

GPR

Buildings - Playsessions Venue - Renew airconditioning

Family Day Care Reserve

Buildings - Civic Theatre - Auditorium carpet replacement

Civic Theatre Operating Reserve

33,330

Buildings - Civic Theatre - Auditorium seat replacement

Civic Theatre Operating Reserve

151,500

Oura Reserve convert composting toilet to septic system

GPR

36-40 Gurwood Street airconditioning replacement

Gurwood St Property Reserve

Bolton Street Bridge Clubhouse asbestos roof replacement

GPR

Airport - Design and construct - Upgrade to Code C: Taxiways A, B, D, E

2013/14 - Airport Reserve, 2014/15 onwards - Borrowings (Airport Reserve Future Years Loan Repayments)

150,000

1,800,000

Airport - Redevelop terminal - Internal baggage claim and retail section

Airport Reserve

100,000

1,400,000

Livestock Marketing Centre - Computer network upgrades

LMC Reserve

Livestock Marketing Centre - Resurface roadway east of sheep yards and west of cattle yards

LMC Reserve

Livestock Marketing Centre - Road overlays

LMC Reserve

Airport - Airside faciltiies location

Borrowings (Airport Reserve - Future Years Loan Repayments)

Riverina Intermodal Freight & Logistics Hub

Borrowings $16.72M (GPR - Future Years Loan Repayments) + Grant funds $7M

Total Capital Works New Projects

40,400 68,940 84,184

84,184

15,000

35,401 60,000 27,775 2,500,000

50,000 100,000

165,000 404,000

23,720,000

35,344,731

25,997,200

9,953,485

8,482,614

* Timing of project is subject to receipt of sufficient Section 94 and Section 94A funds

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finance.

delivery

program recurrent

capital works. This table displays the recurrent projects and programs scheduled for over the period of the Delivery Program. This table also identifies the funding source for the projects including General Purpose

Project Description

Funding Source

Upgrade of backstage equipment - Civic Theatre

Civic Theatre Infrastructure Reserve

Acquire pieces for the Australian Print Collection

Revenue (GPR), Developer Service Plan (DSP) and Developer Contributions (S94).

2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

GPR

8,000

8,000

8,000

8,000

Acquire pieces for the National Art Glass Collection

GPR

20,000

20,000

20,000

20,000

Implement outcomes from the Wagga Bicycle Plan (signage, linemarking, parking)

GPR

20,000

20,000

20,000

20,000

20,000

20,000

20,000

20,000

Implement Recreational Assets Capital Old Plan S94* - RF4 Works Plan (2013-14 Bolton Parkk Field 1 Safety Barrier, Victory Memorial Gardens -replace concrete pads under tables) Implement Sportsgrounds Lighting Program - Duke of Kent

GPR

Implement Sportsgrounds Lighting Program - Rawlings

GPR

90,000

Implement Sportsgrounds Lighting Program - Bolton Park Skatepark

GPR

90,000

Implement Sportsgrounds Lighting Program - Jubilee Park Touch Fields

GPR

Implement Sportsgrounds Lighting Program - Ashmont Oval

GPR

Renew Parks Facilities (2013/14 - Apex Park Car Park)

GPR

101,741

105,173

108,648

112,167

Renew Playground Equipment (2013/14 -Chambers, Webb, Jack Skeers, Lonergan)

GPR

159,135

163,909

168,826

173,891

Renew recreational facilities (Jubilee Park Sign, Wilks Park Shelter BBQ, Apex Park Bollards)

2013/14 - GPR $113,605 + S94 $9,653, 2014/15 onwards - S94 $9,653 + GPR balance

123,258

126,695

130,206

133,792

Renew street trees in line with condition and life expectancy

GPR

92,000

94,500

97,000

99,500

Implement unfunded Traffic Committee resolutions as adopted by Council

GPR

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

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180,000

180,000 180,000


finance. Upgrade existing bus shelters

GPR

20,000

20,000

Implement Street Lighting Improvements Program - Roads and traffic facilities (as per schedule)

GPR $50,000 + S94A* $19,714

69,714

69,714

69,714

69,714

Implement cycleways - Civil Infrastructure

GPR

92,987

96,677

100,477

104,392

Cycleways Program (Shared Pathways) Parks & recreation (as per priority list)

RTA Grant $30,000 + GPR $30,000

60,000

60,000

60,000

60,000

Replace plant and equipment

Plant Replacement Reserve $2,330,720 + Sale of Plant $998,880 (amounts adjusted slightly each future financial year)

3,329,600

3,458,500

3,826,500

3,164,300

Capital renewal - Reseal program

Regional Roads Block Grant $812,298 (increment by 3% each yr) + GPR $549,577 (incrementing each yr)

1,361,875

1,413,012

1,467,736

1,526,360

Conduct Heavy Patching Program

GPR

680,937

706,506

733,868

763,180

Conduct Urban Asphalt Program

GPR

596,862

646,968

701,797

761,813

Supplementary Regional Roads Block Grant

Block Grant -Supp

199,000

199,000

190,000

190,000

Rehabilitation of Pavement Program

GPR

2,723,750

2,826,023

2,935,471

3,052,720

Replace kerb and gutter

GPR

317,400

365,010

419,762

482,726

Conduct gravel resheets

R2R Grant

725,908

747,685

770,116

793,219

Conduct gravel resheets - Local major roads

GPR

59,270

70.710

83,294

97,136

Conduct gravel resheets - Local minor roads

GPR

278,300

306,130

336,743

370,417

Gravel resheet multi access roads

GPR

169,400

186,340

204,974

225,471

Maintain roads - Village and rural area

S94A*

14,479

14,479

14,479

14,479

Renew and replace culverts

GPR

500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

Improve footpaths

S94A $16,088 + GPR $83,912

100,000

100,000

100,000

100,000

Eliminate sewer joint connections

Sewer Reserve

139,637

139,637

139,637

139,637

Implement renewal program for gravity sewer

Sewer Reserve

82,400

84,872

87,418

90,040

Implement Sewer Laterals Rehabilitation Program

Sewer Reserve

179,432

188,404

197,824

207,715

Implement Sewer Mains Rehabilitation Program

Sewer Reserve

1,057,282

1,057,282

1,057,282

1,057,282

Install sewer network extensions

Sewer Reserve

235,079

235,079

235,079

235,079

Renew Sewage Treatment Works - Forest Hill

Sewer Reserve

6,555

6,555

6,555

6,555

Replacement and renewal of sewer plant

Sewer Reserve

132,316

132,316

132,316

132,316

Replacement of manhole Lids - Sewer reticulation

Sewer Reserve

Upgrade sewer - Rising mains

Sewer Reserve

Sewer - Kooringal - Sewer Treatment Works renewals

Sewer Reserve

997,131

119,174

119,174

Sewer - Narrung - Sewer Treatment Works renewals

Sewer Reserve

119,174

119,174

357,520

41,633

41,633 300,000

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finance. Forest Hill - General improvements allowance

Sewer Reserve

7,669

7,669

7,669

7,669

Flood Pumps - Progressively upgrade pumps

GPR

40,400

40,400

40,400

40,400

Implement actions - Stormwater Management Plan/Stormwater Strategic Management Plan

Stormwater Levy

451,034

457,261

463,450

469,600

Stormwater pollution traps

Stormwater Levy

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

Install and maintain gross pollutant traps

Stormwater Levy

42,420

43,693

45,003

46,353

Upgrade of stormwater pit lids to lightweight lids

GPR

40,400

Renew community amenities at sporting grounds - Bosley Park

GPR

90,000

Renew community amenities at sporting grounds - Jubilee Park public toilets

S94*

90,000

Renew community amenities - Botanic Gardens Kidsville

GPR

Renew community amenities - Henwood Park services

GPR

40,400

185,400 190,962

Renew community amenities - Collingulllie GPR Oval Total Capital Recurrent Program

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Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

196,690 14,277,207

15,894,276

16,085,105

15,880,741


finance.

contributions

and

donations. This table outlines proposed contributions and donations made by Council for the 2013/2014 financial year.

S356 Donations Community Community Leases Rental Subsidy

872,665

Rural Villages Community Development

15,450

Community Resource Centre

649

Wagga Womens Bowling Club

2,665

Regional Heritage Transport Association

543

Wagga Wagga Showground Society

9,145

Seniors Services

2,200

Childcare Kooringal Casual Child Care

10,000

Shaw Street Children’s Centre

10,000

Possums Playground

10,000

Cultural Eastern Riverina Arts Program Contribution

19,158

School of Arts Contribution

2,500

Eisteddfod Donation

3,090

Summer School for Strings

2,500

Scholarships TAFE Scholarship

5,150

University of NSW School of Rural Health Scholarship

5,000

Riverina Conservatorium Scholarship

8,727

Riverina Academy of Sport

4,000

Annual Grants Program - Various Community Development Grants

30,000

Developing Personal Excellence

5,000

Sustainable Environments Grants

7,000

Neighbourhood/Rural Village Grants

22,000

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finance. Arts and Culture Grants

25,000

Event Promotion Grants

20,000

Local Heritage Fund

25,338

Sporting and Cultural Facility Improvement Grants

30,000

Rural Halls Infrastructure Grants

26,055

Road Closures - Various ANZAC Day Parade

5,500

Lake to Lagoon Fun Run

10,000

Wagga Gold Cup Chariot Race

3,000

Remembrance Day

2,000

Reserve Forces Day

1,500

Christmas Toy Run

2,000

Other New Major Events Sponsorship

145,000

Wagga Chamber of Commerce

10,000

Donation of Council Fees & Charges

10,077

Parkes Touch Football Competition

1,000

Rural Counselling Service

5,150

Committee 4 Wagga

10,000

Total Section 356 Donations

1,379,062

HOW TO READ THE COMBINED DELIVERY PROGRAM & OPERATIONAL PLAN This relates to the Community Strategic Plan, Ruby & Oliver

tHIS IS THE DELIVERY PROGRAM ITEM (4 YEAR COMMITTMENT) This is the Operational Item (12 months) These are our measures

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Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

Who is responsible for the Operational Item? First quarter target

Second quarter target

Third quarter target

Fourth quarter target


engaged & involved community.

we are an

engaged & involved community.

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engaged & involved community. Our Community has access to information

1.1 Actively engage with the community to ensure open communication 1.1.1 Distribute communication from Council across the entire Local Government Area on a regular basis using printed and digital media Rate notice inserts issued

1 Insert

Produce newsletters Implementation of the email newsletter

-

Manager, Executive Services

1 Insert

-

1 Insert

1 Newsletter

-

1 Newsletter

100%

-

-

-

1.1.2 Develop and action best fit communication and engagement plans in conjunction with responsible business owners

Manager, Executive Services

Respond to internal enquiries for communication and community engagement plans

100%

100%

100%

1.1.3 Coordinate and facilitate programmed village consultations Deliver programmed consultations at rural villages

100%

Manager, Corporate Governance -

3 Consultations

-

3 Consultations

1.1.4 Provide regular information and events to stakeholders on the local and regional economy Manager, Economic Development Coordinate business networking events to engage with local businesses

-

Wagga Big Business Breakfast

-

1 Event

-

1 Event

1 Event

-

1.1.5 Promote opportunities to build relationships with Planning stakeholder groups

Manager, Development Services

Monthly newsletter distributed

3 Newsletters

2 Newsletters

3 Newsletters

3 Newsletters

Planning Advisory Committee meeting held

1 Meeting

1 Meeting

1 Meeting

1 Meeting

1.1.6 Attend environmental stakeholder group meetings

Meetings attended by Environmental officers

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services 2 Meetings

2 Meetings

2 Meetings

2 Meetings

1.2 Provide and deliver up to date information to Council stakeholders 1.2.1 Manage, store and retrieve Council’s digital and physical corporate records

Manager, Information Services and Corporate Strategy

Scan records according to quality standards

98%

98%

98%

98%

Incoming correspondence distributed within 48 hours of receipt

95%

95%

95%

95%

Incoming correspondence distributed to the appropriate staff member

95%

95%

95%

95%

Conduct archive retrieval requests for staff according to determined timeframes

100%

100%

100%

100%

Implement automated file retrieval process for staff

25%

100%

1.2.2 Provide spatial information and support to all stakeholders

-

-

Manager, Information Services and Corporate Strategy

Conduct spatial system training sessions for internal staff members as required

100%

100%

Upgrade Council’s web based mapping system

50%

100%

100%

100% -

-

1.2.3 Continue to provide online alternatives for promoting and disseminating information for visitors and residents to meet the demand of changing demographics of visitors

Manager, Tourism

Continue to monitor website

100%

100%

100%

100%

Update website content

1 Update

1 Update

1 Update

1 Update

1.3 Deliver excellence in customer service throughout the organisation 1.3.1 Develop, maintain and improve online services capabilities Implement process to publish development application documents on Council’s website

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Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

25%

Manager, Information Services and Corporate Strategy 100%

-

-


engaged & involved community. Investigate and implement online lodgement capabilities for certain application types

-

-

-

100%

Enhance web recruitment interface and workflow processes

-

-

-

100%

Develop an online development consent register

-

-

Develop process to capture and present strata capabilities information online

25%

Implement a remote inspection solution for Health Officers and Building Surveyors

-

25%

100%

100%

-

-

100%

-

-

1.3.2 Develop, maintain and improve Council’s corporate applications

Manager, Information Services and Corporate Strategy

Upgrade Council’s electronic document management system

-

Implement a system to manage regulatory based applications

-

-

-

100%

Implement an internal search engine to retrieve corporate information

-

-

-

100%

Increase automated scanning capabilities in the Records section

25%

25%

50%

50%

75%

Implement electronic form functionality internally to reduce the use of paper and signatures

-

-

Investigate options to integrate the electronic document management system with the contract management system

-

-

Upgrade Council’s spatial document management system

25%

100%

100% -

50%

100%

100% 100%

-

-

1.3.3 Digitise corporate records to improve access to information and eliminate the need to retain original copies in archive facilities

Manager, Information Services and Corporate Strategy

Develop a process to manage development applications electronically

-

50%

100%

Review current process to manage and destroy scanned documents

-

-

50%

100%

Provide quality control services for scanned documents

-

-

25%

1.3.4 Maintain and promote Council’s Records Management Framework

-

100%

Manager, Information Services and Corporate Strategy

Conduct Records Management training courses

2 Sessions

2 Sessions

2 Sessions

2 Sessions

Conduct electronic document management system training courses

2 Sessions

2 Sessions

2 Sessions

2 Sessions

Attend meetings to promote Records Management handbook

1 Meeting

1 Meeting

1 Meeting

1 Meeting

1.3.5 Deliver a professional level of customer service via the customer service centre

Manager, Information Services and Corporate Strategy

Report on productivity of the Customer Service Centre

3 Reports

3 Reports

3 Reports

3 Reports

Implement Customer Service Strategy

25%

50%

75%

100%

1.3.6 Maintain, support and renew Council’s information and communication technology

Manager, Information Services and Corporate Strategy

Percentage of support tickets resolved on time

85%

85%

85%

85%

Upgrade Council’s sever operating systems to Windows Server 2008

-

-

-

100%

Upgrade Council’s Personal Computer operating systems to Windows 7

-

-

-

100%

Investigate different methods of deploying user environments including desktop virtualisation

-

-

-

100%

Review options for communications between Council sites

-

-

-

100%

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Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


engaged & involved community. 1.4 Actively Implement and promote CounCil’s best practice governance policies and procedures 1.4.1 Deliver an annual program of internal audits focussing on adding value and improving Council’s operations Strategic internal audit plan and annual work program endorsed by the audit and risk committee Annual work program completed on schedule

25%

Manager, Internal Audit Services

50%

75%

1.4.2 Facilitate Council and Policy and Strategy meeting processes

100% 100%

Manager, Corporate Governance

Agenda distributed within legislative timeframes of three clear days prior to meeting

6 Agendas

6 Agendas

6 Agendas

6 Agendas

Minutes distributed within seven days

6 Minutes

6 Minutes

6 Minutes

6 Minutes

-

Complete annual review of Code of Meeting Practice

-

-

100%

1.4.3 Facilitate a legislatively compliant open access to information – Government Information (Public Access) Act (GIPAA)

Manager, Corporate Governance

Formal applications are responded to within 20 working days

100%

100%

100%

100%

Informal applications are responded to with 15 working days

100%

100%

100%

100%

Ensure Council is compliant with mandatory release requirements

100%

100%

100%

100%

Annual report is submitted to the Office Information Commission by 31 October

-

1 Report

1.4.4 Facilitate corporate support services to Councillors Training program delivered

-

-

Manager, Corporate Governance 100%

100%

100%

1.4.5 Review and manage the Good Governance Framework

100%

Manager, Corporate Governance

Review of the Good Governance Framework

-

-

-

100%

Review the Anti-Fraud Management Framework

-

-

-

100%

1.4.6 Review and manage Privacy Management Framework

Manager, Corporate Governance

Review Privacy Management Plan and associated documentation

-

-

-

1 Review

Facilitate Privacy Management training and awareness program

1 Session

1 Session

1 Session

1 Session

Ensure privacy breaches are reported to the Office Information Commission within legislative timeframes

100%

100%

100%

100%

1.5 Ensure Council’s Risk Management process reflects industry best practice across all of Council’s functions 1.5.1 Implement a program for organisational risk awareness Development of E-Learning module for risk management training

Manager, Corporate Governance -

-

1.5.2 Review and update annual Risk Management Plan Review and update Risk Management Plan

-

100%

Manager, Corporate Governance 100%

100%

100%

100%

1.5.3 Manage Corporate Business Continuity Plan and Disaster Management Framework

Manager, Corporate Governance

Review and update the Business Continuity Plan

100%

100%

Test the Business Continuity Plan and Disaster Recovery Plans annually

100% -

-

1.5.4 Review and manage corporate insurances Compliance with Statewide Insurance’s Risk Management 100% Action Plan

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Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

100% -

100%

Manager, Corporate Governance 100%

100%

100%


engaged & involved community. Ensure Council’s insurance asset listing aligns with asset management register for Council buildings

100%

100%

100%

100%

1.6 Provide a sustainable workforce with the capability and capacity to support current and future service delivery 1.6.1 Communicate and implement actions from the Equal Employment Opportunity Management Plan

Manager, People and Culture

Review Aboriginal Employment Strategy

-

-

-

100%

Review Equal Employment Opportunities Action Plan

-

-

-

100%

1.6.2 Conduct the annual organisational engagement and culture survey and evaluate and implement improvement strategies

Manager, People and Culture

Conduct organisational engagement and culture survey

-

-

-

100%

Analyse data from the survey and recommend initiatives

-

-

-

100%

1.6.3 Design, develop and implement staff learning and development initiatives

Manager, People and Culture

Develop flexible E-Learning modules

-

-

-

2 Modules

Review and maintain Coaching and Mentoring Program

-

-

-

100%

Review and maintain a Workplace Health and Safety training plan

-

-

-

100%

1.6.4 Provide recruitment services to the organisation

Manager, People and Culture

Review and research current labour hire practices and initiatives

-

-

-

100%

Online recruitment stage one completed/released

-

-

-

100%

1.6.5 Review and monitor the implementation of the Workforce Plan Review Councils Workforce Action Plan

Manager, People and Culture -

-

1.6.6 Promote future workforce development with options such as traineeships,apprenticeships, cadetships and scholarships

-

100%

Manager, People and Culture

Complete scheduled contact and monitoring of Trainees and Apprentices

-

-

-

100%

Incorporate traineeships, apprenticeships, cadetships and scholarships into councils workforce

-

-

-

100%

1.6.7 Manage the Individual Performance and Development Plan (IPDP) process for all staff

Manager, People and Culture

Eligible staff have an active and up to date IPDP for the 2013/14 financial year

100%

100%

Review the Individual Performance Development Plan document and process

100% -

-

100% -

100%

1.7 Strive for zero harm and a culture of health and safety 1.7.1 Maintain Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) management system and action items identified in audits Review and redevelop WHS Management system Review and maintain WHS Risk Management system

100%

Develop and implement a consultation program Implement, review and maintain Councils Health and Wellbeing strategy

100%

25%

Review and maintain WHS injury management and return to work programs

Manager, People and Culture 100%

50%

-

100% -

75% -

25%

25% 100%

-

100%

1.8 Support and encourage innovative and continuous improvement 1.8.1 Provide and promote a framework that supports continuous improvement, change management and business improvement models

Manager, People and Culture

Promote and support ’Look Listen Do it Better’ the continuous improvement tool

100%

100%

100%

25

100%

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


engaged & involved community. Support continuous improvement activities across Council

100%

100%

100%

100%

We provide the community opportunities to be involved in decisions impacting them

1.9 Conduct strategic and operational planning and reporting of performance 1.9.1 Prepare and publish Council’s Integrated Planning and Reporting documents

Manager, Information Services and Corporate Strategy

Produce quarterly performance report

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

Publish the 2012/2013 Annual Report

25%

100%

-

-

Update the Ruby & Oliver community engagement website

1 Article

1 Article

1 Article

1 Article

-

-

Prepare a Community Strategic Plan Engagement Plan for 2014

-

100%

Publish the 2014/2015 Operational Plan

-

-

50%

Review Council’s Delivery Program

-

-

100%

100% -

1.10 Ensure the long term financial sustainability of Council through effective and prudent financial management 1.10.1 Record assets in a timely and accurate manner to ensure proper custodianship of Council’s assets Ensure work papers are completed for Annual Financial Statements

1 Report

Maintain property plant and equipment register

100%

100%

1 Report

100%

1 Report

1 Report

6%

6%

1.10.4 Ensure Financial Statements are completed and lodged in accordance with statutory requirements -

6%

Manager, Finance

100%

-

1.10.5 Manage Council’s investment portfolio in accordance with investment strategies and policies

Manager, Finance

Report on Council’s investment portfolio

2 Reports

3 Reports

Annual review of Investment and Policy Strategy

1 Report

Manager, Finance

6%

Lodge Financial Statements

-

Manager, Finance

1.10.3 Ensure effective debt recovery processes are in place Outstanding rates and Annual Charges is less than 6%

100%

1.10.2 Prepare a quarterly report on Council’s budget position Quarterly budget report completed

Manager, Finance

3 Reports

-

-

-

-

3 Reports 100%

1.10.6 Pursue opportunities to apply for eligible grants from State and Federal Government that Manager, Finance meet the grant criteria for those programs that can be delivered with current capacity Publish a list of grants sourced

1 List

1 List

1 List

1.10.7 Annually review the Long Term Financial Plan Review and update the Operational and Long Term Financial Plan

1 List

Manager, Finance -

-

-

1.10.8 Ensure statutory requirements are met for taxation and reporting purposes

Manager, Finance

Reports are lodged with the Australia Tax Office

3 Reports

3 Reports

3 Reports

1.10.9 Undertake an annual review of Developer Contribution Plans and update as required Complete review

-

-

100%

3 Reports

Manager, Finance -

100%

We provide opportunities for people to connect

1.11 Facilitate identified Council events for the benefit of the wider community 1.11.1 Develop and coordinate the delivery of identified Council events that increase participation across all demographics

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Manager, Executive Services


engaged & involved community. Local Government Week

100%

Little Big Day Out

90%

A Very Wagga Christmas

-

-

100%

-

-

10%

100%

-

-

Australia Day

25%

70%

100%

Regenerate Youth Festival

15%

40%

85%

100%

5%

80%

100%

Walk of Honour

-

-

-

1.11.2 Provide advice to business units across Council in regards to event coordination, management and procedures

Manager, Executive Services

Respond to internal enquiries or requests

100%

100%

100%

1.11.3 Review opportunities to access additional grant funding to enhance existing events Source additional funding for Regenerate

-

-

Investigate sponsorship opportunities for Australia Day

-

-

Investigate sponsorship opportunities for Christmas

-

100%

Manager, Executive Services -

100%

100%

100%

-

-

1.12 Deliver a broad range of cultural services, community programs and events that support participation, lifelong learning and engagement by all 1.12.1 Deliver a broad range of library spaces, programs and activities

Manager, Community Services

Number of library visits per quarter

190,000 Visits

190,000 Visits

190,000 Visits

190,000 Visits

Number of programs for older people

3 Programs

3 Programs

3 Programs

3 Programs

Number of programs for youth

3 Programs

3 Programs

3 Programs

3 Programs

Number of programs for children

3 Programs

3 Programs

3 Programs

3 Programs

Number of programs for culturally and linguistically diverse communities

3 Programs

3 Programs

3 Programs

3 Programs

Number of programs for people with disabilities and their carers

3 Programs

3 Programs

3 Programs

3 Programs

Number of community activities and programs

12 Programs

12 Programs

12 Programs

12 Programs

Number of events per quarter on community learning

15 Events

15 Events

15 Events

15 Events

Number of display an exhibitions per quarter

5 Displays

5 Displays

5 Displays

5 Displays

Quarterly report on Home Library Service

4 Reports

4 Reports

4 Reports

4 Reports

Feedback report from program attendees

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

1.12.2 Present innovative visual arts exhibitions of regional and national significance

Manager, Community Services

Present a diverse range of Art Gallery exhibitions

7 Exhibitions

8 Exhibitions

7 Exhibitions

8 Exhibitions

Develop unique and creative visual arts products

2 Exhibitions

3 Exhibitions

2 Exhibitions

3 Exhibitions

Develop and promote regional visual arts culture and practice

3 Exhibitions

3 Exhibitions

3 Exhibitions

3 Exhibitions

1.12.3 Initiate and develop visual arts activities and programs that are accessible and relevant to the community

Manager, Community Services

Deliver Art Gallery public programs that develop and expand audience engagement

10 Programs

10 Programs

Present cross-disciplinary performances developing engagement with contemporary arts practice

11 Programs

-

-

-

11 Programs 3 Programs

1.12.4 Provide physical and online access to Wagga Wagga’s history through the Local Studies Collection

Manager, Community Services

History Week Event

1 Event

1 Event

1 Event

1 Event

Report on Local Studies purchases and donations

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

1.12.5 Increase access to quality artistic experiences for diverse groups in the community

Manager, Community Services

Develop Art Gallery Disability Action Plan

-

-

-

1 Plan

Develop partnerships between disability community groups and the Art Gallery

-

-

-

2 Projects

27

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


engaged & involved community. Maintain and develop partnerships with Indigenous community groups and the Art Gallery

-

-

1.12.6 Develop and deliver a diverse annual theatre program of touring

-

2 Projects

Manager, Community Services

Select and present a range of performances in the annual subscription seasons

-

-

-

100%

Present a range of daytime performances for older audiences

-

-

-

100%

Present a range of performances for children and young people

-

-

-

100%

1.12.7 Initiate, develop, promote and maintain Civic Theatre education and public programs

Manager, Community Services

Deliver public programs in conjunction with the annual subscription season

-

-

-

100%

Deliver educational programs in conjunction with performances for children and young people

-

-

-

100%

Complete ongoing audience evaluations

-

-

-

25% Net Promoter Score

Complete annual audience evaluation report

-

-

-

1 Report

1.12.8 Encourage and support performing arts activity in Wagga Wagga by facilitating performances by community groups and commercial hirers

Manager, Community Services

Provide professional box office ticketing services for events in Wagga Wagga and surrounds

100%

100%

100%

100%

Facilitate performances at the Civic Theatre by community groups

100%

100%

100%

100%

Facilitate performances at the Civic Theatre by commercial hirers

100%

100%

100%

100%

1.12.9 Deliver a lively and diverse annual schedule of touring exhibitions to the residents of Wagga Wagga and their visitors

Manager, Community Services

Deliver quarterly exhibition schedule at both museums sites

4 Exhibitions

4 Exhibitions

4 Exhibitions

4 Exhibitions

1.12.10 Deliver the regional museum outreach services and assist in the development of a network of sustainable museum collections in the Riverina

Manager, Community Services

Deliver/evaluate quarterly museum outreach service (sector, education, disability & aged care)

4 Programs

4 Programs

4 Programs

4 Programs

1.12.11 Initiate, develop, promote and maintain museum education and public programs

Manager, Community Services

Number of education and public programs initiated and delivered

12 Programs

12 Programs

12 Programs

12 Programs

Complete ongoing audience evaluations

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

-

-

-

1 Report

Complete annual audience/visitor evaluation report 1.12.12 Implement Public Art Policy

Manager, Community Services

Publish the Cultural Guide

1 Guide

1 Guide

1 Guide

1 Guide

Hold Public Art Panel meetings

3 Meetings

3 Meetings

3 Meetings

3 Meetings

Complete Airport Public Art Project

-

-

-

100%

Partner in the Delivery of the dLux disstre` new media project

50%

75%

100%

Investigate and research potential locations for public art

100%

100%

100%

100%

Maintain Public Art collection

100%

100%

100%

100%

Update the Public Art Plan

100%

Participate as a member of the Eastern Riverina Arts Board

100%

100%

-

100%

100%

1.13 Provide, facilitate and maintain community and cultural infrastructure 1.13.1 Develop and maintain a relevant and accessible collection of digital and print media to inform and entertain the local community

28

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

Manager, Community Services


engaged & involved community. Number of library loans per quarter

70,000 loans

70,000 loans

70,000 loans

70,000 loans

Report on downloads of digital media across

4 Reports

4 Reports

4 Reports

4 Reports

Report on customer feedback

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

1.13.2 Develop and care for Art Collections of national significance

Manager, Community Services

Acquire pieces for the Margaret Carnegie Print Collection

-

-

-

100%

Acquire pieces for the National Art Glass Collection

-

-

-

100%

1.13.3 Maintain Art Gallery infrastructure and operations to National Industry Standards

Manager, Community Services

Maintain and upgrade Art Gallery infrastructure to industry 100% best standards

100%

100%

100%

Maintain and review Art Gallery policies and procedures to industry best standards

100%

100%

100%

100%

1.13.4 Maintain and renew cultural infrastructure and technology to ensure that the Civic Theatre remains viable and effective

Manager, Community Services

Maintain technical equipment to a safe and professional standard

100%

100%

100%

100%

Implement Civic Theatre Asset Management Plan

100%

100%

100%

100%

1.13.5 Manage the collections of the Museum of the Riverina to National Standards framework

Manager, Community Services

Implement recommendations from the National Museum Standards 2012 program

-

-

-

100%

Annual review of the museum collection management policy

-

-

-

100%

Implement best practice collection management, research, collection storage and access programs

-

-

-

100%

1.13.6 Develop strong partner collaborations and utilise promotional tools to raise awareness of Manager, Community Services library services, programs and collections in the local community Report per quarter on collaborations and partnerships with local and external groups, service providers and organisations

5 Events

5 Events

5 Events

5 Events

Report per quarter on social media and more traditional activities to promote the library to the community

10 Events

10 Events

10 Events

10 Events

1.14 Advocate , partner and facilitate the delivery of affordable and accessible services and infrastructure 1.14.1 Plan and facilitate social and community capcity programs and activities including celebratory days across the Local Government Area

Manager, Community Services

Programs/activities for older people

4 Programs

4 Programs

4 Programs

4 Programs

Programs/activities for youth

2 Programs

2 Programs

2 Programs

2 Programs

Programs/activities for children

3 Programs

3 Programs

3 Programs

3 Programs

Programs/activities for culturally and linguistically diverse communities

2 Programs

2 Programs

2 Programs

2 Programs

Programs/activities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

2 Programs

2 Programs

2 Programs

2 Programs

Programs/activities for people with disabilities and their carers

2 Programs

2 Programs

2 Programs

2 Programs

Programs/activities for Rural Villages

2 Programs

2 Programs

2 Programs

2 Programs

General community support and engagement projects

2 Programs

2 Programs

2 Programs

2 Programs

1.14.2 Deliver Aboriginal Family Worker Program

Manager, Community Services

29

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


engaged & involved community. Deliver in line with service agreement

100%

100%

100%

1.14.3 Deliver Home and Community Care Services Deliver in line with service agreement

100%

Manager, Community Services 100%

100%

100%

1.14.4 Promote and provide Family Day Care and in-home care as a quality child care options for all members of the community

100%

Manager, Community Services

All educators are actively studying or have attained Certificate III qualification in Children’s Services

-

-

-

100%

All educators participate in mandatory professional development opportunities

-

-

-

50%

Customer satisfaction is maintained

-

-

-

85%

We protect our heritage

1.15 manage local heritage 1.15.1 Liaise with Planners and external consultants to expedite delivery of heritage management inputs to assist development assessment processing

Manager, Strategic Planning

Respond to internal referals within five working days

100%

30

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

100%

100%

100%


safe & healthy community.

we have a safe &

healthy

community.

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safe & healthy community. We provide access to beautiful parks and recreational spaces throughout the commmunity

2.1 Enhance and maintain parks, recreational facilities and open space 2.1.1 Enhance and maintain parks and open spaces

Manager, Parks and Recreation

Complete annual fire trails program

-

100%

-

-

Deliver Roadside Mowing program

1 Cut

1 Cut

1 Cut

1 Cut

Deliver Parks Mowing Program

2 Cuts

2 Cuts

2 Cuts

2 Cuts

Deliver high presentation parks mowing program

6 Cuts

13 Cuts

13 Cuts

6 Cuts

Deliver cemetery maintenance program

100%

100%

100%

100%

2.1.2 Enhance and maintain streetscapes

Manager, Parks and Recreation

Deliver the annual new and replacement Street Tree program

650 Trees

Complete all street tree customer requests within 30 days

100%

100%

100%

2.1.3 Enhance and maintain recreational facilities

100%

Manager, Parks and Recreation

Complete erosion remediation works at Lake Albert

-

-

-

100%

Upgrade facilities at Bolton Park precinct

-

-

-

100%

Complete sportsground lighting at Duke of Kent Oval

-

-

-

100%

Complete Dressage Arena, office and toilet facilities at Charles Sturt University

-

-

-

100%

Implement outcomes from the Bike Plan

-

-

-

100%

Renew condition 4/5 assets

-

-

-

20%

Deliver annual Playground Replacement program - Webb Park Ashmont, Kessler Park Tolland, Jack Skeers Park Lake Albert, Wiradjuri Estate Central, Cochrane Street Park Kooringal

-

Continue fencing program at Willans Hill

-

-

-

100%

Plan and design the Multipurpose Stadium Project

-

-

-

100%

Redevelop new playing ground at Conolly Rugby Park

-

-

-

100%

75%

100%

-

2.2 Provide recreational programs 2.2.1 Provide aquatic facilities and programs Bookings for Swim and Survive program

Manager, Parks and Recreation 1,400 Bookings

Annual visitations to Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre

1,400 Bookings

-

1,400 Bookings

-

-

1,400 Bookings 300,000 Visitors

2.3 Implement the Riverside Master Plan 2.3.1 Facilitate the development and implementation of the Riverside Master Plan Develop a draft landscape master plan for the Wagga Beach precinct for review and consideration of Council

100%

Implementation strategy to Council for the development of the Wagga Beach Landscape Plan Commence implementation of the Wagga Beach Landscape Plan

Project Manager, Riverside

10%

-

-

-

-

25%

25%

100% 40%

We are a healthy community

2.4 Implement public health and safety initiatives 2.4.1 Deliver companion animal and livestock management services

Ensure compliance with legislative requirements for dangerous dogs

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services -

-

-

1 report

Respond to customer requests within 72 hours

90%

90%

90%

90%

Maintain Glenfield Road Animal Shelter operations

100%

100%

100%

100%

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safe & healthy community. Respond to call out for stock and dangerous dogs in accordance with protocols

100%

100%

100%

2.4.2 Deliver regulatory services

100%

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services

Maintain controls for parking enforcement

100%

100%

100%

100%

Respond to customer requests within 72 hours

90%

90%

90%

90%

Undertake investigations into legislative breaches

100%

100%

100%

100%

Process street activity applications

100%

100%

100%

100%

2.4.3 Deliver public health programs

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services

Deliver immunisations services

6 Clinics

6 Clinics

6 Clinics

6 Clinics

Respond to customer requests for sharp collection within 48 hours

100%

100%

100%

100%

Produce annual food safety and compliance calendar

-

Produce newsletters to food business owners

-

1 Newsletter

2.4.4 Implement On-site Sewage Management Plan

-

1 Calendar

-

1 Newsletter

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services

Assess and approve on-site sewerage management applications within 14 days

95%

95%

95%

95%

Inspections for onsite sewer management systems completed

100%

100%

100%

100%

Undertake investigations regarding customer complaints within 5 days

100%

100%

100%

100%

2.4.5 Undertake health inspections to enforce legislative requirements

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services

In accordance with food regulations partnerships undertake food business inspections

100%

100%

100%

100%

Undertake legionella control inspections

100%

100%

100%

100%

Undertake commercial and semi-commercial swimming pool inspections

100%

100%

100%

100%

Undertake skin penetration/hairdressing inspections

100%

100%

100%

100%

Undertake mortuary inspections

100%

100%

100%

100%

Respond to customer requests with 5 days

100%

100%

100%

100%

2.5 Provide and implement an inspection framework that supports public safety 2.5.1 Carry out swimming pool inspection audits Number of residential premises inspected for swimming pool safety

Manager, Development Services 100 Inspections

100 Inspections

2.5.2 Ensure annual fire safety statements are submitted for applicable buildings Submitted Annual Fire Safety Statements are finalised by Council

100 Inspections

100 Inspections

Manager, Development Services

-

-

2.5.3 Implement provisions of the Awning Policy

-

100%

Manager, Development Services

Premises with awnings overhanging road reserves have provided structural certification and insurance to Council satisfaction

100%

100%

100%

100%

Premises with awnings overhanging road reserves that require development approval have approval in place

100%

100%

100%

100%

Premises with awnings overhanging road reserves that require Section 138 have approval in place

100%

100%

100%

100%

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growing economy.

we have a

growing economy.

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growing economy. We have a skilled workforce

3.1 Implement and devElop strategies to attract and retain highly skilled new residents to Wagga Wagga 3.1.1 Provide assistance for new residents including evocities relocaters Maintain local and project level Evocities web pages

1 Update

Respond to local Evocities enquiries

100%

Manager, Tourism 100%

1 Update 100%

100%

Report on Evocities Progress and achievements

-

1 Report

-

1 Report

Update Live Work Invest pack to satisfy local Evocities enquiries

-

-

-

1 Update

Work collaboratively with Evocities partners to monitor progress of marketing program

-

-

1 Meeting

1 Meeting

3.1.2 Meet with Charles Sturt University and TAFEto coordinate business workshops to encourage graduate placement in local enterprise

Manager, Council Business

Host and proide administrative support for collective group

1 Meeting

1 Meeting

1 Meeting

1 Meeting

There is growing business investment in our community

3.2 Ensure Wagga Wagga Airport is a market leader in delivering regional air services 3.2.1 Deliver Airport operations that are compliant with regulations

Manager, Council Businesses

Maintain safety compliance and operations of a certified aerodrome

100%

100%

100%

100%

Maintain security compliance with transport security program

100%

100%

100%

100%

3.2.2 Promote Wagga Wagga Airport as a regional business hub and key contributor to the regional economy

Manager, Council Businesses

Participate in the Australian Airports Association Annual Conference

-

-

-

1 Conference

Print media/industry journals and advertorials

-

-

-

2 Annually

Run industry networking events – Aviation after five

-

-

1 Event

1 Event

3.3 Ensure the Livestock Marketing Centre is a market leader in providing livestock sales and services 3.3.1 Deliver Livestock Marketing Centre operations in compliance with industry and stakeholder requirements

Manager, Council Businesses

Convene Livestock Marketing Centre User Group meetings

1 Meeting

1 Meeting

1 Meeting

3.3.2 Promote the Livestock Marketing Centre as a regional business hub and key contributor to the rural economy

1 Meeting

Manager, Council Businesses

Participate in Australian Livestock Markets Association annual conference

-

-

-

1 Conference

Print media advertorials

-

-

-

1 Advertorial

Provide specific content in Council’s Annual report

-

-

-

1 Report

3.3.3 Construct a new workshop building at the Livestock Marketing Centre Complete construction of the workshop building

Manager, Council Businesses

-

-

3.3.4 Implement site access control system at the Livestock Marketing Centre Install site access control system

-

100%

Manager, Council Businesses

-

-

-

100%

3.4 Implement Bomen Strategic Master Plan 3.4.1 Develop Bomen Business Park through implementing the Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics (RIFL) Hub Project Receive approval from the Division of Local Government (DLG) to proceed with the project

100%

Commence the construction of the Eunony Bridge Road project with a view of completing the project by June 2015 (as per the NSW Government Funding Agreement)

25%

Project Manager, Bomen Business Park

50%

35

75%

100%

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


growing economy. Meet the Federal Government funding agreement milestones for the Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics (RIFL) Hub

25%

50%

75%

100%

Tourism is a large industry in our community

3.5 Promote a positive image of Council in both the local community and the broader region 3.5.1 Implement City Image Strategy Meetings regarding City Brand implementation

Manager, Executive Services 6 Meetings

6 Meetings

6 Meetings

6 Meetings

3.5.2 Coordinate photography needs and cataloguing as per branding guidelines and publishing requirements

Manager, Executive Services

Coordinate seasonal photo shoots

1 Photo Shoot

1 Photo Shoot

1 Photo Shoot

1 Photo Shoot

Coordinate Business Unit Photo Shoot

1 Photo Shoot

1 Photo Shoot

1 Photo Shoot

1 Photo Shoot

3.5.3 Maintain community registration system for widespread use of City Brand Meetings with community on using the City Brand

2 Meetings

Manager, Executive Services 2 Meetings

2 Meetings

2 Meetings

3.6 Develop and implement tourism activities and plans to attract visitors to Wagga Wagga 3.6.1 Assist and monitor product and industry development

Manager, Tourism

Work with key stakeholders to develop tourism product such as tours and trails

100%

100%

100%

100%

Respond to new business enquiries

100%

100%

100%

100%

Participate in the development of a Destination Management Plan

25%

50%

75%

100%

3.6.2 Provide a co-ordinated calendar of events

Manager, Tourism

Support events that have the potential to attract local, state and national participation

100%

100%

100%

100%

Strengthen and assist event organisers’ ability to conduct successful events

100%

100%

100%

100%

Maintain a comprehensive Calendar of Events and produce the monthly “Whats On�

100%

100%

100%

100%

3.6.3 Record visitor statistics

Manager, Tourism

Gather and record visitor enquiry statistics

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

Record Tourism Research Australia/Destination NSW Statistics on Visitation and spend

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

3.6.4 Provide opportunities to develop tourism services

Manager, Tourism

Conduct industry networking events Provide regular communication with stakeholders

1 Newsletter

1 Event 1 Newsletter

1 Newsletter

1 Event 1 Newsletter

3.6.5 Work in collaboration with state and regional partners to increase visitation to Wagga Wagga and the region

Manager, Tourism

Participate in regional campaigns and promotional activities

100%

100%

100%

100%

Update STDW (State Tourism Data Warehouse) to populate Visit NSW and visit Riverina Websites

100%

100%

100%

100%

There is government investment in our community

3.7 Provide financial assistance to community groups and projects 3.7.1 Implement the Annual Community Grants Program

Finalise payment of the 2013/2014 grants

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services 100%

-

-

-

Advertise 2014/2015 Grants Program

-

-

Information workshops held

-

-

-

100%

Assess applications

-

-

-

100%

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100%

-


sustainable natural & built environment.

we have a

sustainable natural & built environment.

37

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sustainable natural & built environment. We monitor the quality of our environment

4.1 effectively manage water resources 4.1.1 Conduct water quality monitoring of local waterways

Monthly monitoring completed

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services 100%

100%

100%

100%

We promote environmental sustainability through education and sustainable practices

4.2 Implement the Resource Recover Strategy 4.2.1 Provide community education on waste minimisation and recycling

Run waste related campaigns

1 Campaign

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services 1 Campaign

4.2.2 Increase recovery and use of secondary materials

1 Campaign

1 Campaign

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services

Increase municipal waste recovery

-

66%

-

-

Increase commercial and industrial waste recovery

-

63%

-

-

Increase construction and demolition waste

-

76%

-

-

4.2.3 Construct Resource Recovery Centre at the Gregadoo Waste Management Centre Detailed designs for Centre completed

100%

Manager, Waste and Stormwater -

Roads and drainage works completed

-

Construction of Centre completed

-

100% -

-

-

-

-

-

100%

4.3 Implement environmental practices and initiatives 4.3.1 Monitor Council’s energy and water consumption

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services

Quarterly reports from Planet Footprint on Council’s energy usage

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

Quarterly reports from Planet Footprint on Council’s water usage

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

1 Report

4.3.2 Implement energy and water reduction initiatives

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services

Retrofit Council hot water systems

-

-

-

100%

4.4 Implement community programs to improve environmental sustainability 4.4.1 Coordinate national environmental events

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services -

Coordinate Clean Up Australia Day Coordinate National Tree Day Coordinate Earth Hour promotion

100%

-

100%

-

-

-

100%

-

4.4.2 Coordinate community education initiatives focussing on environmental sustainability

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services

Environmental sustainability education workshops/programs run

1 Program

38

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

1 Program

1 Program

1 Program


sustainable natural & built environment. 4.4.3 Support initiatives to improve air quality

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services

Woodsmoke advertising completed

-

-

-

100%

4.5 Minimise detrimental impacts in the environment 4.5.1 Comply with Environmental Legislation

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services

Environmental complaints and breaches are investigated

100%

100%

100%

100%

Statutory requirements for Environmental Protection Licences are met

100%

100%

100%

100%

4.5.2 Reduce contamination from urban run-off

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services -

The Drain is Just for Rain promotion

-

-

4 Promotions

4.5.3 Comply with all statutory requirements for solid waste management and sewage treatment works

Manager, Waste and Stormwater

Compliance with the Environmental Protection License

100%

100%

100%

100%

We improve the quality of our environment

4.6 Protect and enhance natural areas 4.6.1 Implement restoration and rehabilitation projects

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services

Submit application for grant funding

-

-

-

1 Grant Application

Complete Narrung Street Wetland project

-

-

-

100%

4.6.2 Implement the noxious weed control programs

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services

Roadsides sprayed for noxious weeds Private properties inspected

-

1,200kms

1,200kms

80 inspections

80 inspections

80 inspections

-

-

-

Awareness and extension activities conducted

80 inspections 4 activities

4.7 Manage contaminates sites 4.7.1 Rehabilitate the former Tarcutta Street Gasworks site

Project progress

Manager, Environmental Sustainability and Regulatory Services 50%

100%

-

4.7.2 Maintain the potentially contaminated land register

-

Manager, Strategic Planning

Annual review of register completed

-

-

-

100%

We maintain our current and future infrastructure

4.8 Plan, construct, maintain and manage sealed roads 4.8.1 Renew and maintain sealed roads Sealed road pavement rehabilitated

Manger, Program Integration 9,750m2

Sealed road resealed

-

Asphalt placed

-

26,000m2

19,500m2

9750m2

10,7500 m2

86,000m2

21,500m2

-

4.8.2 Renew and maintain kerb and gutter

-

Manger, Program Integration

Kerb and gutter replaced

-

480m

4.8.3 Maintain roadside drainage Routine maintenance undertaken as scheduled

100%

360m

360m

Manger, Program Integration 100%

100%

39

100%

100%

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


sustainable natural & built environment. 4.8.4 Maintain car parks Reduction in customer service requests for car parks

Manger, Program Integration 10% Reduction

10% Reduction

4.8.5 Demolish Hampden Bridge Execution

10% Reduction

10% Reduction

Manager, Infrastructure Planning 50% -

Closure

100%

-

-

100%

-

-

4.9 Plan, construct, maintain and manage unsealed Roads 4.9.1 Renew and maintain unsealed roads Kilometers of unsealed road gravel resheeted

Manger, Program Integration 1km

2kms

1km

2kms

4.10 Plan, construct, maintain and manage streetscapes 4.10.1 Maintain bus shelters Routine maintenance undertaken as scheduled

Manger, Program Integration 100%

100%

100%

4.10.2 Construct bus shelters

100%

Manager, Infrastructure Planning

Initiation

100%

-

-

-

Planning

100%

-

-

-

Execution

-

-

-

100%

Closure

-

-

-

100%

4.11 Plan construct, maintain and manage pathways 4.11.1 Renew and maintain footpaths

Manger, Program Integration

Footpath to be replaced

-

1440m

1080m

4.11.2 Implement Pedestrian Access and Mobility Program (PAMP) Pedestrian access ramps constructed

Manger, Program Integration

20 Ramps

20 Ramps

4.11.3 Implement cycleways program (Shared pathways ) Initiation

1080m

20 Ramps

20 Ramps

Manager, Infrastructure Planning 100%

-

Planning

-

100%

Execution

-

-

Closure

-

-

-

-

-

-

100%

-

100%

4.12 Plan, construct, maintain and manage levees 4.12.1 Upgrade the main city levee bank flood protection Planning

Manager, Infrastructure Planning 25%

50%

75%

100%

4.13 Plan, construct, maintain and manage sewer systems 4.13.1 Implement renewal program for gravity sewer

Manager, Waste and Stormwater

Complete all identified renewals as per the priorities on the Black Spot list

-

-

4.13.2 Implement sewer laterals rehabilitation program -

-

4.13.3 Implement sewer mains rehabilitation program 1 Km

1 Km

1 Km

4.13.6 Rehabilitate wells sewer pump stations

40

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

100%

1 Km

Manager, Waste and Stormwater -

-

4.13.5 Maintain sewer assets Maintenance of scheduled sewer assets completed

-

Manager, Waste and Stormwater

4.13.4 Install sewer network extensions Delivery of the diversion of reuse line from the former gas works site

100%

Manager, Waste and Stormwater

Implementation of Black Spot Program

Deliver a minimum of 5km of rehabilitated/re lined sewer main

-

-

100%

Manager, Waste and Stormwater -

-

-

100%

Manager, Waste and Stormwater


sustainable natural & built environment. Identify any potential manholes or pump station wells for rehabilitation

37 Pump Station inspections

-

4.13.7 Replace and renew sewer plant Renew broken equipment as required

100%

100%

100%

100%

Manager, Waste and Stormwater 30 Manhole lids 30 Manhole lids 30 Manhole lids 30 Manhole lids

4.13.9 Upgrade sewer pumping station pits Replace heavy well lids with light weight aluminium

-

Manager, Waste and Stormwater

4.13.8 Replace manhole lids – sewer reticulation Replacement of manhole lids

-

Manager, Waste and Stormwater 2 Lids

2 Lids

2 Lids

4.13.10 Upgrade sewerage pump station control system

2 Lids

Manager, Waste and Stormwater

Construct Estella pump station SPS91

-

-

-

100%

4.14 Plan, construct, maintain and manage drainage systems 4.14.1 Progressively upgrade flood pumps

Manager, Waste and Stormwater

Review and maintain compliant standards for flood pumps

-

-

4.14.2 Implement Stormwater Management Plan Implement Stormwater Management Plan

25%

50%

75%

25%

50%

75%

100%

Manager, Waste and Stormwater 25%

50%

75%

4.14.5 Upgrade stormwater pit lids to lightweight lids

100%

Manager, Waste and Stormwater

Replace Stormwater pit lids to lightweight lids

-

-

4.14.6 Renew and Maintain Culverts Program completed

100%

Manager, Waste and Stormwater

4.14.4 Maintain stormwater assets Completed schedule of maintenance for stormwater assets

100%

Manager, Waste and Stormwater

4.14.3 Install and maintain gross pollutant traps Install gross pollutant traps around the lagoon

-

-

30 Lids

Manger, Program Integration 25%

50%

75%

100%

4.15 Plan, construct, maintain and manage community buildings 4.15.1 Manage leasing and licensing of Council owned or controlled real property

Manager, Council Businesses

Initiate lease and licence renewals

20 Renewals

20 Renewals

20 Renewals

20 Renewals

Conduct rent reviews for lease and licences

24 Reviews

24 Reviews

24 Reviews

24 Reviews

4.15.2 Maintain and renew Council buildings

Manager, Council Businesses

Completion of works program schedule for community halls

25%

50%

75%

100%

Completion of works program schedule for Council buildings

25%

50%

75%

100%

Completion of works program schedule for community amenities at sporting grounds

25%

50%

75%

100%

4.16 Implement sustainable procurement practices 4.16.1 Provide procurement services

Manager, Procurement Services

Stock turnover ratio of Council stores

4.1 Ratio

4.1 Ratio

4.1 Ratio

4.1 Ratio

Average utilisation of major plant

75%

75%

75%

75%

We plan for resilient and sustainable built environments

4.17 Maintain and update strategic land use plans 4.17.1 Liaise with Assessment Planners, all Directorates and external applicants in relation to proposals to alter Local Environmental Plan (LEP) zonings Requests for rezoning to be included in the immediately following bi-annual grouping of Planning Proposals submitted to the Department of Planning

-

-

41

Manager, Strategic Planning -

100%

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


sustainable natural & built environment. 4.17.2 Liaise with all Directorates and advisory committees to ensure consistent and ongoing review of the Wagga Wagga Development Control Plan 2010 Incorporate into next possible update of the Development Control Plan

-

-

4.17.3 Review the Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2010 following the implementation of the Planning System Review LEP 2010 to be brought into line with mandated changes

-

95%

100%

95%

100%

4.17.6 Implement ecologically sustainable development principles and programs Planning instruments contain ecologically sustainable development objectives

100%

90%

Manager, Strategic Planning -

100%

Manager, Strategic Planning

4.17.5 Liaise with Planners and external consultant to expedite delivery of heritage management inputs to assist Development Assessment processing Respond to internal referral within 5 working days

-

-

4.17.4 Authorise issue of Section 149 (S149) Planning Certificates S149 Certificates are processed within 5 working days

Manager, Strategic Planning

95%

95%

Manager, Strategic Planning 100%

100%

Manager, Strategic Planning 100%

4.17.7 Review and manage land use plans for the Local Government Area

100%

100%

Manager, Strategic Planning

All Local Environmental Plan (LEP) zoning application submitted to the Department of Planning

100%

100%

100%

100%

Review the Development Control Plan

100%

100%

100%

100%

4.17.8 Assess and determine Plumbing and Drainage Applications and undertake inspections to ensure compliance

Manager, Strategic Planning

Assess and determine Section 68 applications within 7 days of receipt

70%

70%

70%

70%

4.17.9 Assess Council lodged Construction Certificate Applications and undertake the role of Principal Certifying Authority

Manager, Development Services

Percentage of Construction Certificates (CC) determined within 40 days from the date of approval of the Development Application or date the CC is lodged

60%

60%

60%

4.17.10 Assess and determine Development Applications Percentage of Development Applications determined within 40 days

60%

Manager, Development Services 70%

70%

70%

70%

4.17.11 Assess and determine Complying Development Certificate in a professional and timely manner

Manager, Development Services

Percentage of Council Complying Development Certificates determined within 10 days from date of lodgement

95%

42

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95%

95%

95%


revenue & pricing.

revenue &

pricing policy 2013/2014

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contents.

contents. contents rates and charges policy 50 waste management charges

52

Sewer charges 53 stormwater charges 55 Pricing Policy 56 fees and charges 57

Commercial and Economic Development

57

Corporate Services 62

Environmental and Community Services

65

Infrastructure Services 89

Planning and Development 97

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revenue & pricing.

rates

& charges policy. Rating Structure - Based On 3.4%. Rate Pegging As Advised By Independent Pricing & Regulatory Tribunal (Ipart) Rates are levied against properties in accordance with their classification as defined in the Local Government Act. Properties are classified as Residential, Business or Farmland based on their dominant use. Council has determined the rates for 2013/14 in line with the maximum permissible limits allowed by the Minister for Local Government which has been set at 3.4%. The 2013/14 rating increase was determined by IPART. The NSW Land & Property Management Authority (Valuer General’s office) completed a revaluation of all rateable properties in the Local Government area in 2010. This was undertaken as part of a four year revaluation cycle.

Rate Type Category

Sub-Category Minimum Rate

Ordinary

Residential

City and Suburbs

$616.00

0.008337

20,243,713

55.80%

Ordinary

Residential

Other

$278.00

0.006658

1,555,530

4.47%

Ordinary

Residential

Villages

$234.00

0.005104

410,598

0.79%

Ordinary

Business

City and Suburbs

$591.00

0.013855

9,427,606

26.18%

Ordinary

Business

Villages and Rural

$101.00

0.006619

93,318

0.24%

Ordinary

Farmland

$268.00

0.00364

4,459,437

12.52%

36,190,201

100.0%

Total

Ad Valorum Amount

Rate Yield % Total $

The rate categories and sub-categories for the purposes of the levying of the 2013/2014 rates are as follows: Area and Applicable Rate Type Wagga Wagga and Forest Hill Residential - City and Suburbs Business - City and Suburbs Villages of: San Isidore, Gumly Gumly, Tarcutta, Humula, Uranquinty, Mangoplah, Oura,Currawarna, Ladysmith, Galore, Collingullie and North Wagga Residential - Villages Business - Villages and Rural Farmland rates will be levied on all rateable land, which, in the Council’s opinion, qualifies as “Farmland” as defined in Section 515 of the Local Government Act 1993.

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revenue & pricing.

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waste

management charges. CHARGES

Waste Management Service Charge – Vacant Land

Council may levy and recover an annual charge for any service it provides for which it could otherwise levy a special rate.

To be applied to each parcel of undeveloped rateable land within the waste collection service areas of Wagga Wagga (including Gumly Gumly and Forest Hill), Tarcutta Mangoplah and Ladysmith - $27.50.

WASTE MANAGEMENT Domestic Waste Management Service Charge – Urban Residential

The estimated yield from Domestic Waste Management Service Charges is $6,201,985 and this income will be applied towards providing waste management services within the Council area.

To be applied to all developed residential properties in the waste collection service areas of Wagga Wagga (including Gumly Gumly and Forest Hill), Tarcutta, Mangoplah and Ladysmith - $270.00. Domestic Waste Management Service Charge – Rural Residential To be applied to all properties utilising a waste collection service managed by Council, but outside Council’s defined waste collection service areas - $270.00. Additional Domestic Bin Service Charge All properties requesting an additional general waste, recycle or greenwaste bin will be charged an additional service fee $90.00 per bin per year. Domestic Waste Management Charge To be applied to all developed and undeveloped residential properties in the waste collection service of rural areas including Lake Albert and Springvale not utilising Council’s Waste management collection service - $25.50. Commercial Waste Management Charge – Urban Commercial To be applied to all developed commercial properties within Council’s waste collection service areas of Wagga Wagga (including Gumly Gumly and Forest Hill), Tarcutta, Mangoplah and Ladysmith $270.00. Each additional service $178.00. A recycle bin service may be available subject to council and contractor approval at a cost of $90.00 per bin per year. Commercial Waste Management Charge – Small Strata Properties To be applied to all commercial strata Multi Unit Dwelling (MUD) properties with a parcel area of less than 70 square metres not utilising a Council commercial waste service, and capable of using a waste service funded by the body corporate - $90.00.

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sewer

charges. Introduction of Best – Practice Sewer Charging With increasing demands on the limited water resources of NSW, it is vital that these resources are managed in an efficient and sustainable manner. Best-practice management is essential for efficient and sustainable management of water resources and the environment. It enables a Local Water Utility (LWU) to achieve sustainable water supply and sewerage businesses and comply with the Australian Government’s National Competition Policy (NCP) and National Water Initiative (NWI). LWUs that achieve the outcomes required by these guidelines will have demonstrated best-practice management of these businesses. Best-practice management involves a triple bottom line focus that provides a balanced view of the long-term sustainability of NSW water utilities. Triple bottom line accounting (social, environmental and economic) involves consideration of a LWU’s business plan together with its social and environmental management practices. Best-practice management of water supply and sewerage involves the following 6 criteria: • Strategic Business Planning • Pricing (including Developer Charges, Liquid Trade Waste Policy and Approvals) • Water Conservation • Drought Management • Performance Reporting • Integrated Water Cycle Management Best-practice sewerage pricing involves a uniform annual sewerage bill for residential customers. For non-residential customers an appropriate sewer usage charge is required for the estimated volume discharged to the sewerage system, together with an access charge based on the capacity requirements that their loads place on the system relative to residential customers. The volume based charge and access charges are detailed below: Residential Properties (Developed) Annual residential sewer charge of $434.00 per dwelling unit. Multiple residence properties are charged $434.00 per residence. Residential Properties (Vacant) Vacant land which can be connected to the sewer system will be charged an annual residential sewer charge of $434.00.

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Non Residential Two Part Tariff Best Practice Sewer Charging From July 1 2012 Council introduced two part tariff sewer charging for Non Residential Customers. Non Residential customers include commercial, industrial, schools, small community properties, hospitals etc. The Non residential Sewer Charge will comprise an Access Charge based on the water meter size used on the property (see schedule below) and a consumption charge of $2.00 per kl which is reduced proportionally by the applicable discharge factor for the Non Residential customer.


revenue & pricing. Name of Charge

Type of Service

Number of $ Charge Services Amount

Residential Properties

Sewerage Services

Pump Service Agreement

Pressure Sewer Pump Maintainence

8 Non-residential includes Non Res Strata, Non Resadditional services and small Community Property

Sewerage Services

Per kl charge consumption non-residential: including Non-Res Strate and Non Res additional services and small community property

Sewerage Services

Access Charge based on Meter size - Non Res

Access Charge Sewerage Services - 20mm

63.00

Access Charge based on Meter size - Non Res

Access Charge Sewerage Services - 25mm

98.44

Access Charge based on Meter size - Non Res

Access Charge Sewerage Services - 32mm

161.28

Access Charge based on Meter size - Non Res

Access Charge Sewerage Services - 40mm

252.00

Access Charge based on Meter size - Non Res

Access Charge Sewerage Services - 50mm

393.75

Access Charge based on Meter size - Non Res

Access Charge Sewerage Services - 80mm

1,008.00

Access Charge based on Meter size - Non Res

Access Charge Sewerage Services - 100mm

1,575.00

Access Charge based on Meter size - Non Res

Access Charge Sewerage Services - 150mm

3,543.75

Total

$ Yield

23,071

434.00

10,012,814

453

138.00

62,514

1,736

Based on water meter size and consumption - See access meter charges below

1,691,559

2.00

25,260

11,766,887

Note: In accordance with best practice non-residential sewer guidelines the minimum non-residential sewer charge must not be less then the residential charge for 2013/14 ie. $434.00 Properties Serviced by Pressure Sewer - Additional charges of $138.00 per pump installed for the fault response and replacement service. Sewer Connection in Existing Pressure Sewer Area: New Developments - $18,216.00 per lot Note: Council does not approve of the use of pressure sewer systems for new developments. These systems will only be approved under special circumstances and cost is not a consideration in the approval of their use. Gravity mains are the preferred installation for all urban areas. Liquid Trade Waste - Council’s Liquid Trade waste charges are calculated according to Appendix 1 of the NSW Office of Water Liquid Trade Waste Regulation Guidelines. Council is required to apply these charges to reflect the costs of providing the services and comply with the NSW Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal’s (IPART) Pricing Principles for Local Water Authorities (1996). The IPART Pricing Principles are consistent with the Council of Australian Government’s (COAG) Strategic Framework for Water Reform (1994). All Australian governments agreed to comply with this framework by 1998 and such compliance is required under National Competition Policy. Buildover Sewer Encumbrance Charge - Actual Cost The preferred option for encumbering a Council main or easements to relocate the main or easement clear of the proposed development, at full cost to the developer. If relocation of the main cannot be achieved, application can be made to encumber the main. Any required upgrades to a main are at full cost to the developer.

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stormwater

charges. STORMWATER

Development Contributions System

Stormwater charges will be applicable to all properties, with the following exceptions, which are exempt from the charge:

The Developer Contributions have been determined through the development of the Section 94 Contributions Plan adopted in April 2010 and Section 94A Contributions Plan, and Sewerage and Stormwater Development Servicing Plans adopted in February 2007. These plans provide for quarterly increases in contributions based on Consumer Price Index increases.

• Crown Land, • Council Owned Land, • Land held under lease for private purposes granted under the Housing Act 2001 or the Aboriginal Housing Act 1998, • Vacant Land, • Rural Residential land or Rural Business land, not located in a village, town or city, • Land belonging to a Charity or Public Benevolent Institution Residential Standard Stormwater - Charge of $25.00 - To be applied to all Residential properties (including rural residential lands) that are not exempt from the charge. Residential Medium/High Density Stormwater - Charge of $12.50 per occupancy - To be applied to all, Residential Strata, Community Title, Multiple Occupancy properties (flats and units), and Retirement Village style developments, that are not exempt from the charge. Subject to a Maximum charge of $250.00. Business Stormwater - Charge of $25.00 - To be applied to all Business properties (including rural business lands) that are not exempt from the charge. Properties are charged on a basis of $25.00 per 350 square metres of land area of the property. Subject to a Maximum charge of $250.00. Business Strata Stormwater - Charge of $12.50 - To be applied to all Business Strata Title properties that are not exempt from the charge. Subject to maximum charge of $250.00

PROPOSED FEES Council may charge a fee for any service it provides. The purpose of raising these fees is to recover, or assist the Council in recovering, the cost of providing these services. Council proposes to charge the fees shown in the following pages during the 2013/2014 financial year. It should be noted that if the cost of providing these goods and services rises due to increases in statutory fees or increases in other costs beyond Council’s control then the Council will pass on to users the increased costs, or part thereof, via a Council resolution to increase the fees for the affected goods and services.

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revenue & pricing.

pricing

policy. Where it is legally permissible Council intends to charge fees for the provision of all goods and services that it provides. These fees will be charged to all Council’s clients that avail themselves of Council’s goods and services. The particular pricing policy Council applies to the various fees is as follows: (A) (B) (C) (D) (E)

these items are priced at the figure stipulated by legislation as applicable to this activity; these items are priced at the maximum recommended by the Local Government Association; these items are priced so as to return a total cost recovery for the activities provided; these items are priced to cover the cost of the item plus normal commercial mark-ups; these items are priced at below the cost of providing this activity as Council considers that full cost recovery would deprive the members of the community of the ability to participate/enjoy these activities.

The pricing policy identifier (A, B, C, etc.) appears beside the various fees shown in Council’s list of fees to be charged in 2013/2014.

Notes 1. If the cost of providing these goods and services rises due to increases in statutory fees or increases in other costs beyond Council’s control then the Council will pass on to users the increased costs, or part thereof, via a Council resolution to increase the fees for the affected goods and services. 2. The list of fees and charges also shows the GST payable on Council fees and charges. Those items not showing a GST component have been determined to be GST exempt.

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commercial & economic development. Item Particulars No

Pricing Policy ID

Basis

2012/2013 2013/2014 GST Existing Fee Excl Fee (including GST

2013/14 Total Fee

GST as applicable)

Property Management 1

Community Licence/ Community Lease preparation fee (new licences or renewals)

E

Each Occasion

265.00

150.00

15.00

165.00

2

Minimum Community Licence Fee

A/E

Annual

Aligned with Crown Lands Fees

Aligned with Crown Lands Fees

Aligned with Crown Lands Fees

3

Commercial Lease or Licence fee

C/E

Annual

Refer Council’s Leasing & Licensing Policy

Determined by Council’s Leasing & Licensing Policy

Determined by Council’s Leasing & Licensing Policy

4

Administration fee for processing assignment or variation to existing Commercial Lease or Commercial Licence

C

Each Occasion

300.00

30.00

330.00

5

Administration fee for acquisition of Easement across Public Land

C

Each Occasion

450.00

45.00

495.00

6

Advertising of proposed Commercial Lease or Commercial Licence (refer Local Government Act s47 &s47A)

C

Each Occasion

Cost +5%

7

Commercial dealing administration fee (e.g. new Commercial lease or Licence, commercial Lease or Licence renewal deed etc)

C

Cost +5%

300.00

30.00

330.00

Airport 8

Passenger Head Tax Wagga/Sydney up to base passengers threshold combined

C

per Passenger

10.66

9.90

0.99

10.89

9

Passenger Head Tax Wagga/Sydney greater than base threshold passengers combined

C

per Passenger

5.34

4.96

0.50

5.45

10

Passenger Head Tax Wagga/Melbourne up to base passengers threshold combined

C

per Passenger

10.66

9.90

0.99

10.89

11

Passenger Head Tax Wagga/Melbourne greater than base passengers threshold combined

C

per Passenger

5.34

4.96

0.50

5.45

12

Fixed Wing Landing Fee - Locally based operators or regular operators (i.e. more than 25 landings per year) per tonne > 5700Kg MTOW > 5 landings per month (Charges apply from 6th landing)

C

Tonne or part thereof

9.54

8.93

0.89

9.82

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Fixed Wing Landing Fee - Locally based operators or regular operators (i.e. more than 25 landings per year) per tonne < 5700Kg MTOW > 5 landings per month (Charges apply from 6th landing)

C

Tonner or part thereof

7.63

7.15

0.71

7.86

14

Itinerant aircraft landing fee (per tonne) > 5700Kg MTOW

C

Tonne or part thereof

10.48

9.82

0.98

10.80

15

Itinerant aircraft landing fee (per tonne) < 5700Kg MTOW

C

Tonne or part thereof

8.39

7.86

0.79

8.65

16

Rotary Wing Landing Fee - Locally based operators or regular operators (i.e. more than 25 landings per year) > 5 landings per month (Charges apply from 6th landing). Charged per tonne at 50% of <5700Kg Fixed Wing rate.

C

Tonne or part thereof

3.81

3.57

0.36

3.93

17

Rotary Wing Itinerant aircraft > 5700Kg - (per tonne)

C

Tonne or part thereof

5.24

4.91

0.49

5.40

18

Rotary Wing Itinerant aircraft < 5700Kg - (per tonne)

C

Tonne or part thereof

4.20

3.93

0.39

4.33

19

ILS Approach

C

Each

11.75

11.14

1.11

12.25

20

ILS Approach - Locally based training organisation with >400 ILS approaches per year - charge per ILS approach

C

Each

8.23

7.80

0.78

8.58

21

Promotional Days (community events, Not For Profit Organisations)

E

Each

No Charge

No Charge

No Charge

22

Angel Flights, Care Flight and Other Not For Profit Charitable Organisation Flights

E

Each

No Charge

No Charge

No Charge

23

Locally based Freight Operations Annual landing Agreement (per Engine)

E

Each

150.29

140.73

14.07

154.80

24

Car Parking - Hourly

D

Hour

2.20

2.06

0.21

2.27

25

Car Parking - Daily

D

Day

11.00

10.30

1.03

11.33

26

Car Parking - Weekly

D

Week

55.00

51.50

5.15

56.65

27

Car Parking - Monthly

D

Month

250.94

150.00

15.00

165.00

28

Car Parking - Annual

D

Annual

1,900.00

1,350.00

135.00

1,485.00

29

Landing Charge - Aircraft maintenance: Where an aircraft is being serviced by a locally based MRO, only one applicable landing charge will apply for the duration of the maintenance visit

E

Each

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Livestock Marketing Centre (LMC) 30

Annual office rental

C

Year

1,772.86

1,692.29

169.23

1,861.52

31

Annual paddock rental

C

Each

1,180.00

1,072.73

107.27

1,180.00

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Casual paddock rental (per day)

C

Day

30.00

28.64

2.86

31.50

33

Telephone accounts (per unit)

C

Each

0.42

0.42

0.04

0.46

34

Vendors Yard Dues - cattle - $1 and under $400

C

Each

4.49

4.21

0.42

4.63

35

Vendors Yard Dues - cattle - $400 and under $600

C

Each

5.33

4.99

0.50

5.49

36

Vendors Yard Dues - cattle - $600 and under $800

C

Each

6.16

5.77

0.58

6.35

37

Vendors Yard Dues - cattle - $800 and under $1000

C

Each

7.00

6.55

0.66

7.21

38

Vendors Yard Dues - cattle - $1000 and under $1200

C

Each

7.83

7.33

0.73

8.06

39

Vendors Yard Dues - cattle - $1200 and under $1400

C

Each

8.66

8.11

0.81

8.92

40

Vendors Yard Dues - cattle - $1400 and over

C

Each

9.50

8.88

0.89

9.77

41

Vendors Yard Dues - store cattle per head

C

Each

3.14

0.31

3.45

42

Vendor Lot Fees - central display cattle (all lots)

C

Each

6.18

5.77

0.58

6.35

43

Vendor Lot Fees - store cattle

C

Each

3.77

3.53

0.35

3.88

44

Vendor Lot Fees - bulls

C

Each

5.81

5.43

0.54

5.97

45

Yard Fees - pigs

C

Each

0.89

2.27

0.23

2.50

46

Yard Fees - sheep and lambs - $0 and under $20

C

Each

0.43

0.40

0.04

0.44

47

Yard Fees - sheep and lambs - $20 and under $40

C

Each

0.55

0.51

0.05

0.56

48

Yard Fees - sheep and lambs - $40 and under $60

C

Each

0.67

0.62

0.06

0.68

49

Yard Fees - sheep and lambs - $60 and under $80

C

Each

0.78

0.73

0.07

0.80

50

Yard Fees - sheep and lambs - $80 and under $100

C

Each

0.90

0.84

0.08

0.92

51

Yard Fees - sheep and lambs - $100 and under $120

C

Each

1.02

0.96

0.10

1.06

52

Yard Fees - sheep and lambs - $120 and over

C

Each

1.14

1.06

0.11

1.17

53

Yard Fees - rams and stud sheep - under $30

C

Each

0.85

0.80

0.08

0.88

54

Yard Fees - rams and stud sheep - $30 and over

C

Each

1.08

1.01

0.10

1.11

55

Cattle buyer delivery fee until 23 September 2013. New charge commences 24 September 2013.

C

Each

1.90

1.86

0.19

2.05

56

Agents Fees - central display cattle (all lots)

C

Each

4.05

3.86

0.39

4.25

57

Agents Fees - central display cattle (per head)

C

Each

0.37

0.36

0.04

0.40

58

Agents Fees - bulls and pen sold - cattle (per head)

C

Each

0.65

0.62

0.06

0.68

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Agents Fees - calves in dairy pen

C

Each

0.20

0.20

0.02

0.22

60

Agents Fees - store cattle (per head)

C

Each

0.70

0.67

0.07

0.74

61

Agents Fees - pigs (per head)

C

Each

1.23

1.17

0.12

1.29

62

Agents Fees - horses (per head)

C

Each

2.42

2.31

0.23

2.54

63

Agents Fees - all sheep, lambs and rams (per head)

C

Each

0.13

0.13

0.01

0.14

64

Store cattle Weigh Fee (per head per vendor)

C

Each

0.18

0.02

0.20

65

Private Weighs

C

Each

5.47

5.12

0.51

5.63

66

National Livestock Identification System (NLIS)

C

Each

1.99

1.86

0.19

2.05

67

Feeding all cattle in delivery yards per day

C

Each

0.22

0.20

0.02

0.22

68

Rental - Trucking Yard

C

Year

950.00

863.64

86.36

950.00

69

Bus Tours

D

Each

110.00

118.18

11.82

130.00

70

Avdata Truck Wash Avdata key

C

Each

34.00

30.91

3.09

34.00

71

Avdata Truck Wash - water charge per minute

C

Other

0.41

0.41

0.04

0.45

72

Agents Yard Dues (Dairy & Stores)

C

Each

0.72

0.68

0.07

0.75

73

Destruction and disposal fee of non-sale cattle (Sale cattle are cattle consigned to the LMC for sale on Monday and whilst on the site between arrival on Sunday and until 48 hours post sale time) and non marketable cattle

C

Each

211.69

202.07

20.21

222.28

74

Special Sale (Weekday) Facility Hire

C

Each

1,176.07

1,069.15

106.92

1,176.07

75

Special Sale (Weekend) Facility Hire

C

Each

2,352.13

2,138.30

213.83

2,352.13

76

LMC Systems Administration Fee - per head (Store Sale)

C

Each

0.55

0.05

0.60

77

Destruction/Disposal of non Marketable Sheep and Lambs

C

Each

33.41

3.34

36.75

78

Transit Cattle

C

Each

1.82

0.18

2.00

79

Transit Sheep

C

Each

0.27

0.03

0.30

80

Sal Cattle post Tuesday 12pm

C

Each

1.82

0.18

2.00

35.00

Visitor Information Centre (VIC) 82

Visitor Information Centre - Consignment Sale of Goods

D

Each

11% of value of Goods

10%-12% of value of Goods

10%-12% of value of Goods

82

Visitor Information Centre - Sales

D

Each

In accordance with VIC Schedule

In accordance with VIC Schedule

In accordance with VIC Schedule

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Visitor Information Centre - Commission on accommodation bookings

D

Each

12% of booking fee

12% of Value of Booking

12% of Value of Booking

84

Visitors Information Centre - Administration costs incurred through the retail sales system

D

Each

2 - 5% of sale

2 - 5% of sale

2 - 5% of sale

85

Visitor Information Centre Advertising

D

Year

Commercial Advertising Rates - Cooperative marketing

Commercial Advertising Rates Cooperative marketing

Commercial Advertising Rates Cooperative marketing

86

Visitor Information Centre Guided City Tours

D

Each

132.00

1.09.09

10.91

120.00

97

Visitor Information Centre - Guided City Tours Surcharge Public Holidays

D

Each

33.00

27.27

2.73

30.00

88

Visitor information Centre Commission on tickets

D

Each

11% of Ticket Value

10% of Ticket Value

10% of Ticket Value

89

Visitor Information Centre Hire of Event Resources

E

Each

In accordance with VIC Schedule

In accordance with VIC Schedule

In accordance with VIC Schedule

Civic Centre 90

Council Meeting Room – Weekdays - full day hire (9.00am to 5.00pm)

E

Day

187.50

175.45

17.55

193.00

91

Council Meeting Room – Weekdays - half day hire (i.e. 4 hours)

E

Half Day

94.00

88.18

8.82

97.00

92

Council Meeting Room – Weekdays – after 5.00pm – per hour`

E

Hour

82.50

77.27

7.73

85.00

93

Council Meeting Room – Saturday – per hour from 9.00am

E

Hour

82.50

77.27

7.73

85.00

94

Council Meeting Room – Sunday – per hour from 9.00am

E

Hour

82.50

77.27

7.73

85.00

95

Council Meeting Room – Setting up charge (seating, equipment, etc)

E

Each

82.50

77.27

7.73

85.00

96

Committee Room – Weekdays - full day hire (9.00am to 5.00pm)

E

Day

116.50

109.09

10.91

120.00

97

Committee Room – Weekdays - half day hire (i.e. 4 hours)

E

Half Day

59.00

55.45

5.55

61.00

98

Committee Room – Weekdays – after 5.00pm – per hour

E

Hour

82.50

77.27

7.73

85.00

99

Committee Room – Saturday – per hour from 9.00am

E

Hour

82.50

77.27

7.73

85.00

100

Committee Room – Sunday – per hour from 9.00am

E

Hour

82.50

77.27

7.73

85.00

101

Committee Room – Setting up charge (seating, equipment, etc)

E

Each

82.50

77.27

7.73

85.00

102

Civic Arcade - per day (for commercial activities)

E

Day

321.50

300.91

30.09

331.00

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corporate services. Civic Arcade - per day Item Particulars (for approved community No activities) 100

E Day No Charge No Charge No Charge Pricing Basis 2012/2013 2013/14 GST 2013/14 Policy Existing Fee Fee Total Fee (including GST ID excluding as applicable) GST

Access to Information 1

Formal access to Information Government Information Public Access (GIPA) Application fee

A

Each

30.00

30.00

3.00

33.00

2

Formal access to Information GIPA Processing Fee (personal affairs after first 20 hours - per hour rate)

A

Hour

30.00

30.00

3.00

33.00

3

Formal access to Information - GIPA Processing fee (Non personal after first hour - per hour rate)

A

Hour

30.00

30.00

3.00

33.00

4

Formal access to Information GIPA Internal Review

A

Each

40.00

40.00

4.00

44.00

5

Formal access to Council Information GIPA Informal

C

Each

No Fee

No Fee

6

Access to Information Information copies sent via email (per page after the first 10 pages)

C

Each

0.30

0.03

0.33

7

Access to Information Provision of information for which Council holds copyright. (B&W capped at $100)

C

Each

1.00

0.10

1.10

8

Access to Information Provision of information for which Council holds copyright. (Colour capped at $200)

C

Each

2.00

0.20

2.20

9

Access to Information Acceleration fee

30.00

3.00

33.00

No Fee

Customer Service 10

Print/Copy A4 single sided Black & White

C

Each

0.40

0.41

0.04

0.45

11

Print/Copy A4 single sided Colour

C

Each

2.10

2.18

0.22

2.40

12

Print/Copy A3 single sided Black & White

C

Each

0.80

0.82

0.08

0.90

13

Print/Copy A3 single sided Colour

D

Each

2.75

2.82

0.28

3.10

14

Print/Copy A2 Line Drawing Standard Paper

D

each

3.10

3.18

0.32

3.50

15

Print/Copy A2 Line Drawing High Quality Paper/Film

D

Each

6.75

6.95

0.70

7.65

16

Print/Copy A2 Image Drawing Standard Paper

D

Each

10.75

11.09

1.11

12.20

17

Print/Copy A2 Image Drawing High Quality Paper/Film

D

Each

16.50

17.00

1.70

18.70

18

Print/Copy A1 Line Drawing Standard Paper

D

Each

6.25

6.45

0.65

7.10

19

Print/Copy A1 Line Drawing High Quality Paper/Film

D

Each

11.25

11.59

1.16

12.75

57

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


corporate services. 20

Print/Copy A1 Image Drawing Standard Paper

D

Each

26.75

30.00

3.00

33.00

21

Print/Copy A1 Image Drawing High Quality Paper/Film

D

Each

33.00

34.00

3.40

37.40

22

Print/Copy B1 Line Drawing Standard Paper

D

Each

8.75

9.00

0.90

9.90

23

Print/Copy B1 Line Drawing High Quality Paper/Film

D

Each

16.50

17.00

1.70

18.70

24

Print/Copy B1 Image Drawing Standard Paper

D

Each

46.50

47.91

4.79

52.70

25

Print/Copy B1 Image Drawing High Quality Paper/Film

D

Each

51.50

52.05

5.20

57.25

26

Print/Copy A0 Line Drawing Standard Paper

D

Each

12.50

12.86

1.29

14.15

27

Print/Copy A0 Line Drawing High Quality Paper/Film

D

Each

22.75

23.41

2.34

25.75

28

Print/Copy A0 Image Drawing Standard Paper

D

Each

62.00

63.86

6.39

70.25

29

Print/Copy A0 Image Drawing High Quality Paper/Film

D

Each

67.00

69.00

6.90

75.90

30

Scanning per Page placed on CD/DVD

D

Each

7.75

8.00

0.80

8.80

31

Sale of Retail Products

D

Each

Purchase price plus commercial markup

Purchase price plus commercial markup

Purchase price plus commercial markup

Financial Services Rates 32

Certificate pursuant to Section 603 LGA

A

Each

65.00

0.00

70.00

33

Urgent Section 603 Certificate â&#x20AC;&#x201C; additional fee

C

Each

45.00

40.91

4.09

45.00

34

Copy of Rate Notice/ Instalment Notice

C

Each

11.00

10.00

1.00

11.00

35

Copy of Financial Data on Rates Properties

C

Each

10.00

9.09

0.91

10.00

36

Copy of 603 Certificate administration

C

Each

11.00

10.00

1.00

11.00

37

Fee for Reallocation of Electronic Payment

C

Each

10.00

10.00

N/A

10.00

38

Cheque Fee plus administration charge

C

Each

39

Merchant Fee - Mastercard and Visa

C

Each

0.006

0.0075

0.0075

39b

Merchant Fee - Amex

C

Each

0.01

0.01

0.01

40

Auspice Administration Fee

E

Other

58

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

Cost to Council plus $22.73 Admin fee

2% (GST incl) of the amount auspiced

Cost to Council plus $22.73 Admin fee

2% (GST incl) of the amount auspiced

Cost to Council plus $22.73 Admin fee

2% (GST incl) of the amount auspiced


corporate services. Geographical Information Services (GIS) 41

GIS - Consultancy - External

C

Hour

85.75

77.95

7.80

85.75

42

GIS - Map extract (A3)

E

Each

30.50

27.73

2.77

30.50

43

GIS - Rural Addressing Provision of excess plate

C

Each

9.25

8.41

0.84

9.25

44

GIS - Rural Addressing Determination of rural address

C

Each

56.75

51.59

5.16

56.75

Bob Osborne Skills Centre 45

External Hire Charges Bob Osborne Skills Centre – Leavenworth Room – full day

E

Day

280.00

261.82

26.18

288.00

46

External Hire Charges Bob Osborne Skills Centre – Leavenworth Room – half day

E

Half Day

220.00

206.36

20.64

227.00

47

External Hire Charges Bob Osborne Skills Centre – Nordlingen Room – full day

E

Day

220.00

206.36

20.64

227.00

48

External Hire Charges Bob Osborne Skills Centre – Nordlingen Room – half day

E

Half Day

160.00

150.00

15.00

165.00

49

External Hire Charges Bob Osborne Skills Centre – Combined Rooms – full day

E

Day

460.00

431.82

43.18

475.00

50

External Hire Charges Bob Osborne Skills Centre – Combined Rooms – half day

E

Half Day

340.00

318.18

31.82

350.00

51

External Hire Charges Bob Osborne Skills Centre – Kunming Room – full day

E

Day

400.00

374.55

37.45

412.00

52

External Hire Charges Bob Osborne Skills Centre – Kunming Room – half day

E

Half Day

280.00

261.82

26.18

288.00

53

Software installation

E

Each

80.00

74.55

7.45

82.00

54

Print/Copy A4 single sided Black & White

E

Each

0.35

0.36

0.04

0.40

55

Tea and Coffee / Cleaning Charge (mandatory) per person (per day)

E

Day

3.00

3.18

0.32

3.50

56

Booking Cancellation Fee

E

Each

20% Booking Fee minimum $15.00

59

20% Booking Fee minimum $15.00

20% Booking Fee minimum $15.00

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. Item Particulars No

Pricing Basis 2012/2013 2013/14 GST Policy ID Existing Fee Fee (including GST excl GST as applicable)

2013/14 Total Fee

Oasis Entry Fees 1

Adult Swim - Casual Entry

E

Each

6.00

5.45

0.55

6.00

2

Child of school age / Student casual entry

E

Each

3.50

3.18

0.32

3.50

3

Pensioner / Concession casual entry

E

Each

3.50

3.18

0.32

3.50

4

Child entry - under 2 years casual entry

E

Each

5

Child entry - not of school age casual entry

E

Each

3.50

3.18

0.32

3.50

6

Family casual entry

E

Each

17.00

15.45

1.55

17.00

7

Spectator entry

E

Each

1.00

1.36

0.14

1.50

8

Spectator annual membership entry (no swim)

E

Each

75.00

70.00

7.00

77.00

9

Learn to Swim (1st child)

E

Each

12.00

12.50

N/A

12.50

10

Learn to Swim (2nd child)

E

Each

11.50

12.00

N/A

12.00

11

Learn to Swim (3rd child)

E

Each

11.00

11.50

N/A

11.50

12

Private Learn to Swim Lesson per child

E

1/2 hour

40.00

45.00

N/A

45.00

13

Sport & Recreation / Department of Education / Special Olympics & swim club casual entry

E

Each

3.30

3.00

0.30

3.30

14

School Learn to Swim lesson 30 minutes

E

Each

7.50

8.00

N/A

8.00

15

School Learn to Swim lesson - 1 hour

E

Each

11.00

11.50

N/A

11.50

16

School Learn to Swim lesson - 30 minutes (Winter off peak Term 2 or 3)

E

Each

7.00

N/A

7.00

17

School Learn to Swim lesson 1 hour (Winter off peak - Term 2 or 3)

E

Each

10.50

N/A

10.50

18

Adult Learn to Swim

E

Hour

28.00

30.00

N/A

30.00

19

Seniors Card Holder - Learn to Swim

E

Each

20.00

22.00

N/A

22.00

20

Private Adut Learn to Swim Lesson

E

Hour

65.00

N/A

65.00

21

Swim Vouchers 10 visits

E

Each

54.00

50.00

5.00

55.00

22

Swim Vouchers 20 visits

E

Each

96.00

90.00

9.00

99.00

23

Swim Voucher - Children / Pensioner / Student 10 visits

E

Each

31.50

30.00

3.00

33.00

24

Swim Voucher - Children / Pensioner / Student 10 visits

E

Each

56.00

54.55

5.45

60.00

60

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

Free

Free

Free


environment & community services. 25

Carnivals - Swim - Outdoor / Indoor student entry (unlimited access)

E

Student

3.50

3.64

0.36

4.00

26

Aqua-Aerobics per class

E

Each

12.00

10.91

1.09

12.00

27

Aqua-Aerobics voucher - 10 visits

E

Each

108.00

100.00

10.00

110.00

28

Aqua-Aerobics voucher - 20 visits

E

Each

192.00

180.00

18.00

198.00

29

Aqua-Aerobics Concession

E

Each

8.50

8.18

0.82

9.00

30

Swim and Survive Squad

E

Each

13.50

14.00

N/A

14.00

Memberships 31

Individual Memberships - 3 months

E

Quarter

200.00

190.91

19.09

210.00

32

Individual Memberships - 6 months

E

Half Year

265.00

250.00

25.00

275.00

33

Individual Memberships - 12 months

E

Year

420.00

400.00

40.00

440.00

34

Group Memberships - 10 to 19 memberships - per member

E

Year

340.00

318.18

31.82

350.00

35

Group Memberships - 20 to 49 memberships - per member

E

Year

300.00

286.36

28.64

315.00

36

Group Memberships - 50 plus memberships - per member

E

Year

240.00

254.55

25.45

280.00

37

Concession Card Holder Memberships

E

Year

341.00

318.18

31.82

350.00

38

Family Membership (2 adults 3 children)

E

Year

810.00

772.73

77.27

850.00

39

Additional children for family membership

E

Year

165.00

160.00

16.00

176.00

40

Family Memberships 20 or more families (Aimed at DA Promotion)

E

Year

5,550.00

550.00

55.00

605.00

41

Family Memberships (4 members, max 2 adults)

E

Year

710.91

71.09

782.00

42

Winter off Peak membership (April - September) (9am 3pm)

E

Year

136.36

13.64

150.00

43

Oasis Staff Membership for fitness training

E

Year

44

Oasis - Membership card replacement

C

Each

2.20

3.00

0.30

3.30

45

Photos - promotional

E

Each

15.00

13.64

1.36

15.00

46

School Instructor Hire Charge

E

Each

40.00

40.00

4.00

44.00

47

Private Function rate includes: 1 Duty Manager, 2 Life Guards

E

Each

1,100.00

1,100.00

110.00

1,210.00

48

Additional staff for functions

E

Hour

44.00

50.00

5.00

55.00

49

Oasis Promotion Days - A number of promotional days will be held during 2013/14 which may vary the normal pricing. These days and charges will be advertised in the media

E

Each

Free

Free

Free

Other

0.00

61

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 50

Adult All Day Carnival Pass

E

Each

6.00

7.27

0.73

8.00

51

Spectator All Day Carnival Pass

E

Each

2.00

2.27

0.23

2.50

52

Aqua Concession Book 10

E

Each

76.51

71.82

7.18

79.00

53

Aqua Concession Book 20

E

Each

136.00

127.27

12.73

140.00

54

Liberty Swimming Access (no Swim)

E

Each

Free

Free

55

Group exercise class for membership holder

E

Each

6.50

6.36

0.64

7.00

56

Group exercise class for membership holder (10 visit pass)

E

Each

59.09

5.91

65.00

57

Group exercise class for membership holder (20 visit pass)

E

Each

109.09

10.91

120.00

58

All inclusive unlimited membership (Swimming and Classes)

E

Each

750.00

700.00

70.00

770.00

59

Zoggs Merchandise (Market Value)

E

Each

Market Value

Market Value

60

Zoggs Merchandise Membership discount (10% off set prices)

E

Each

61

Zoggs Merchandise Swim and Survive discount (10% off set prices)

E

Each

62

Defence Force Discount (10% off set price)

E

Each

63

Major Events 50m Pool ( State and National level Events) No individual entry

E

Each

1,100.00

1,100.00

Free

Market Value

110.00

1,210.00

Rotary Learn to Swim 64

Entry for participants for the duration of 4 week program

E

Each

Free

Free

Free

65

One instructor to oversee program for the duration of the 4 week program

E

Each

Free

Free

Free

Dive-in Movies 66

Adult

E

Each

10.51

10.00

1.00

11.00

67

Child

E

Each

7.50

7.27

0.73

8.00

68

Family

E

Each

27.50

27.27

2.73

30.00

Natural Environment 69

Health Inspection Fee (excluding food) per hour

D

Hour

270.90

253.64

25.36

279.00

70

Health Inspection Fee (excluding food) minimum

D

Each

91.80

85.95

8.60

94.55

71

Food Shop inspection fee charged pro rata with a minimum charge of 30 minutes

D

Hour

187.50

175.55

17.55

193.10

72

Food Shop re-inspection fee charged pro rata with a minimum charge of 20 minutes

D

Hour

184.30

172.59

17.26

189.85

73

Annual Administration Charge for Food shop classification P4

D

Each

Free

Free

62

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

Free


environment & community services. 74

Annual Administration Charge for Food shop classification P3 (Non Profit and Community Organisations exempt)

D

Each

67.40

63.09

6.31

69.40

75

Annual Administration Charge for Food shop classification P2 (Non Profit and Community Organisations exempt

D

Each

161.50

151.23

15.12

166.35

76

Annual Administration Charge for Food shop classification P1 (Non Profit and Community Organisations exempt)

D

Each

322.00

301.50

30.15

331.65

77

Food Business Notification and Registration Fee (State Database)

A

Each

56.20

52.59

5.26

57.85

78

Water sampling/testing

D

Each

Cost plus commercial mark up

Cost plus commercial mark up

79

Mortuary (5 yearly or new approval)

D

5 Year

387.00

362.36

36.24

398.60

80

Mortuary Inspection

D

Hour

270.90

253.64

25.36

279.00

81

Mortuary Inspection (minimum fee)

D

Each

91.80

85.95

8.60

94.55

82

Undertaker (5 yearly or new approval)

D

5 year

101.70

95.23

9.52

104.75

83

Undertaker Inspection

D

Hour

270.90

253.64

25.36

279.00

84

Undertaker (minimum fee)

D

Each

91.80

85.95

8.60

94.55

85

Consulting Fees (Health and Building)

D

Each

Cost plus commercial markup

Cost plus commercial mark-up

86

Septic Tanks - Application to install (includes 3 inspections)

D

Each

460.80

431.50

43.15

474.65

87

Septic Tanks - Amended application (includes 2 inspections)

D

Each

301.30

282.14

28.21

310.35

88

Septic Tanks - Licence to operate

C

Each

50.00

46.82

4.68

51.50

89

Septic Tanks - Operational inspection

C

Each

151.70

142.05

14.20

156.25

90

Septic tank re-inspection

C

Each

96.50

90.36

9.04

99.40

91

Septic Tanks - Operational Licence Search

C

Each

51.60

48.32

4.83

53.15

92

Caravan Parks - approval (5 yearly or new approval) per site

A

5 Year

5.50

5.14

0.51

5.65

93

Caravan Parks - inspections (per hour)

D

Hour

270.90

253.64

25.36

279.00

94

Caravan Parks - inspections (minimum)

D

Each

91.80

85.95

8.60

94.55

95

Monitoring Services

C

Hour

143.45

134.32

13.43

147.75

96

Environmental Impact Statements

A

Copy

39.00

36.50

3.65

40.15

97

Environmental Studies

E

Copy

39.10

36.64

3.66

40.30

98

Deposited Plans - per DP

C

Each

9.80

9.18

0.92

10.10

99

Deposited Plans - faxed

C

Each

32.50

30.45

3.05

33.50

63

Cost plus commercial mark up

Cost plus commercial mark-up

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 100

Native Vegetation - Fee for Calculating Revegetation & Fencing Contributions DCP11

C

Each

273.50

256.09

25.61

281.70

101

Native Vegetation - Rural Residential Developer Contributions (Fencing) DCP11 - per kilometre

C

Km

2,141.40

2,005.14

200.51

2,205.65

102

Native Vegetation - Rural Residential Developer Contributions (Revegetation) DCP11 - per seedling

C

Each

1.40

1.32

0.13

1.45

103

Native Vegetation - Rural Residential - Assessment costs - DCP11 - per hour

C

Hour

196.60

184.09

18.41

202.50

104

Water sampling

C

Each

150.70

141.09

14.11

155.20

105

Swimming Pool Safety Posters

D

Each

19.20

17.95

1.80

19.75

Noxious Weeds Inspection 106

Noxious Weeds - Reinspection fee after notice (per hour)

D

Hour

106.30

99.55

9.95

109.50

107

Noxious Weeds - Reinspection fee after notice (minimum fee)

D

Each

31.00

29.04

2.91

31.95

108

Weed Notice Certificate (Section 64)

C

Each

53.70

50.27

5.03

55.30

109

Noxious Weeds - Private works

D

Each

Actual Cost plus 10%

Actual Cost plus 10%

Actual Cost plus 10%

Ranger Services 110

Street Furniture CBD Fee - per chair

D

Each

50.00

46.82

4.68

51.50

111

Street Furniture Application Fee - CBD

D

Each

432.40

404.86

40.49

445.35

112

Street Furniture - Outside CBD Application Fee

D

Each

140.00

131.09

13.11

144.20

113

Street Furniture - Outside CBD per chair

D

Each

25.00

23.41

2.34

25.75

114

Display of Goods - Application

D

Each

139.60

130.73

13.07

143.80

115

Display of Goods - Lease fee (per square metre)

D

m2

43.00

40.27

4.03

44.30

116

Business promotion/display on footpath

C

Day

80.90

75.77

7.58

83.35

117

Bulk Bin - permit fee

D

Each

30.50

28.55

2.85

31.40

118

Bulk Bin - placement fee per week (less than 5m3)

D

Week

18.60

17.41

1.74

19.15

119

Bulk Bin - placement fee per week (more than 5m3)

D

Week

26.90

25.18

2.52

27.70

120

Stock Impounding - cattle, horses and other per head

D

Each

28.90

27.05

2.70

29.75

121

Stock Impounding - sheep, goats, pigs & other - per head for first 3

D

Each

28.90

27.05

2.70

29.75

122

Stock Impounding - sheep, goats, pigs & other subsequent stock

D

Each

1.30

1.23

0.12

1.35

123

Stock Impounding sustenance per head per day

D

Each

4.60

4.32

0.43

4.75

64

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 124

Stock Impounding sustenance for sheep, goats, pigs & other per head per day

D

Each

0.80

0.77

0.08

0.85

125

Ranger Services administration charge

D

Each

53.70

50.27

5.03

55.30

126

Impounding Animals / stock investigation - vehicle rate per hour

D

Hour

24.80

23.23

2.32

25.55

127

Impounding Animals / stock investigation - ranger rate per office hour

D

Hour

36.10

33.82

3.38

37.20

128

Impounding animals / stock investigation - ranger rate after hours (Mon - Sat noon) - First 2 hours per hour

D

Hour

48.50

45.41

4.54

49.95

129

Impounding Animals / stock investigation - ranger rate after hours (Mon - Sat noon) Subsequent hours

D

Hour

60.90

57.05

5.70

62.75

130

Stock Impounding - Walking of stock to pound / saleyards / ownerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premises / etc

D

Cost

Cost+ GST

Cost + GST

Cost + GST

131

Stock Impounding - Driving of stock via transport vehicle

D

Cost

Cost + GST

Cost + GST

Cost + GST

132

Stock Impounding - Veterinary fees

D

Cost

Cost + GST

Cost + GST

Cost + GST

133

Stock Impounding - Damage caused by trespassing of impounded stock

D

Cost

Cost + GST

Cost + GST

Cost + GST

134

Stock Impounding - Destroy and dispose of injured / diseased / distressed stock

D

Cost

Cost + GST

Cost + GST

Cost + GST

135

Stock Impounding - Portable stockyards (per day or part thereof)

D

Day

278.60

260.86

26.09

286.95

136

Abandoned Vehicles - Fee plus towing cost

D

Each

68.10

63.77

6.38

70.15

137

Abandoned Vehicles - Towing Cost plus Fee above

D

Cost

Cost + GST

Cost + GST

138

Abandoned Vehicles - Storage fee per week

D

Week

26.80

25.09

2.51

27.60

139

Abandoned Vehicles Impounding fee

D

Each

137.30

128.55

12.85

141.40

140

Serving of Notices Administration charge (Recovery)

D

Each

32.10

30.05

3.00

33.05

141

Impounding Fee - General

D

Each

78.40

73.41

7.34

80.75

142

Impounding Fee - Signs

D

Each

78.40

73.41

7.34

80.75

143

Impounded Shopping Trolleys Release fee

D

Each

70.20

65.73

6.57

73.20

Cost + GST

Companion Animals 144

Dog & Cat Registration Lifetime Registration

A

Each

As per legislation

As per legislation

As per legislation

145

Dog & Cat Registration Desexed

A

Each

As per legislation

As per legislation

As per legislation

146

Dog & Cat Registration Desexed animal owned by pensioner etc

A

Each

As per legislation

As per legislation

As per legislation

65

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 147

Dog Registration - Entire animal kept by recognised breeder

A

Each

As per legislation

As per legislation

As per legislation

148

Dog Registration - Assistance dogs

A

Each

As per legislation

As per legislation

As per legislation

149

Dog & Cat - Maintenance fee (pound) per day

D

Each

25.40

23.77

2.38

26.15

150

Dog & Cat Impounding fee

A

Each

27.30

25.55

2.55

28.10

151

Dog & Cat - Euthanasia of animal for outside organisations / people (per animal)

D

Each

96.60

90.45

9.05

99.50

152

Dog Desexing - Male

D

Each

116.00

108.59

10.86

119.45

153

Dog Desexing - Female

D

Each

138.00

129.23

12.92

142.15

154

Cat Desexing - Male

D

Each

70.00

65.55

6.55

72.10

155

Cat Desexing - Female

D

Each

97.50

91.32

9.13

100.45

156

Cat Vaccinations

D

Each

17.90

16.77

1.68

18.45

157

Dog Vaccinations

D

Each

37.00

34.64

3.46

38.10

158

Dog Heart Worm Test

D

Each

34.00

31.82

3.18

35.00

159

Dog & Cat Worming

D

Each

7.50

7.05

0.70

7.75

160

Dog - Hire of citronella collar (per week)

D

Week

81.00

75.86

7.59

83.45

161

Dog & Cat - Microchipping

D

Each

33.00

30.91

3.09

34.00

162

Dog & Cat - Microchipping for Accredited Rescue Group

C

Each

21.00

19.68

1.97

21.65

163

Cats - Hire of cat cages per day

D

Day

18.00

16.86

1.69

18.55

164

Dogs - Parvo Test

D

Each

26.00

24.32

2.43

26.75

165

Certificate of compliance dangerous and restricted dog enclosures

A

Each

112.30

105.14

10.51

115.65

Community Services Family Day Care 166

Family Day Care Educator Levy per quarter

C

Quarter

80.00

85.00

N/A

85.00

167

Family Day Care Parent Administration Fee - New Registration

C

Each

60.00

65.00

N/A

65.00

168

Family Day Care Parent Administration Fee - per family per week

C

Week

20.00

22.50

N/A

22.50

169

Family Day Care New Educator Registration Fee

C

Each

200.00

250.00

N/A

250.00

170

Family Day Care Scanned Timesheets - per 100

D

Per 100

22.50

10.91

1.09

12.00

171

Family Day Care Educator Training

Presenters cost less subsidy from service grant

Presenters cost less subsidy from service grant

Senior Community Centre

66

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

Each

Presenters cost less subsidy from service grant


environment & community services. 171

Senior Centre Community Group Hire (Wiradjuri Hall) Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays

E

Day

136.00

127.27

12.73

140.00

172

Senior Centre Community Group Hire (Wiradjuri Hall) Friday night

E

Day

136.00

127.27

12.73

140.00

173

Senior Centre (Wiradjuri Hall) Evenings (weekdays)

E

Day

93.00

87.27

8.73

96.00

174

Senior Centre (Wiradjuri Hall) Daytime (weekdays)

E

Day

68.00

63.64

6.36

70.00

175

Booking Cancellation Fee

E

Each

20% Booking Fee minimum $15.00

176

Senior Centre (Sturt, Wollundry & Murrumbidgee Meeting Rooms) - Half Day or Evening Full Room

E

Half Day

93.00

87.27

8.73

96.00

177

Senior Centre (Sturt, Wollundry & Murrumbidgee Meeting Rooms) - Weekend Full Day Full Room

E

Day

136.00

127.27

12.73

140.00

178

Senior Centre (Sturt, Wollundry & Murrumbidgee Meeting Rooms) - Two Rooms Separately - Full Day

E

Day

93.00

87.27

8.73

96.00

179

Senior Centre (Sturt, Wollundry & Murrumbidgee Meeting Rooms) - Two Rooms Separately - Half Day

E

Half Day

68.00

63.64

6.36

70.00

180

Senior Centre - A senior Special Activity rate

E

20% Booking Fee minimum $15.00

20% Booking Fee minimum $15.00

Free

Free

Glenfield Community Centre 181

Social / Community Group Half Day (approx 4 hours)

E

Half Day

21.00

20.00

2.00

22.00

182

Social / Community Group Full Day

E

Day

41.00

38.18

3.82

42.00

183

Private business e.g. Karate class

D

Half Day

33.00

30.91

3.09

34.00

184

Private business e.g. Karate class

D

Day

55.00

51.82

5.18

57.00

185

Progress (Glenfield) Association - Fee waived in return for management contribution

E

186

Private function eg Birthdays - Bond

E

Day

460.00

430.91

43.09

474.00

187

Private function eg Birthdays

E

Half Day

245.00

229.09

22.91

252.00

188

Training Venue - Half Day

E

Half Day

85.00

79.09

7.91

87.00

189

Training Venue - Full Day

E

Day

130.00

121.82

12.18

134.00

190

Organisations providing a service from offices - Enter into a shared licence agreement with Council

E

Each

Contribution pro rata to running costs

Contribution pro rata to running costs

Contribution pro rata to running costs

191

Booking Cancellation Fee

E

Each

20% Booking Fee Minimum $15.00

20% Booking Fee Minimum $15.00

20% Booking Fee Minimum $15.00

No Charge

No Charge

No Charge

CIVIC THEATRE 67

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. Civic Theatre - Hire by Commercial Groups (these fees include no staff - minimum supervision requirements apply) 192

Full-Day Hire Rate (8am Midnight) or 12% of the Gross Box Office takings (which ever is greater)

C

Each

2,000.00

200.00

2,200.00

193

Access fee per additional Hour outside regular hire period (Between Midnight and 8am)

C

Hour

100.00

10.00

110.00

Civic Theatre - Hire by Community Groups (these fees include no staff - minimum supervision requirements apply) 194

Half-day hire rate (8 hours, 8am - 4pm or 4pm - Midnight)

E

Each

545.46

54.54

600.00

195

Access fee per additional Hour outside 8 hour hire period

E

Hour

81.82

8.18

90.00

196

Full-Day Hire Rate (8am Midnight)

E

Each

1,100.00

100.00

1,200.00

197

Rehearsal blocks (4 hours, no public access. Dates by negotiation, only one per season)

E

Each

200.00

20.00

220.00

198

Additional rehearsal hours

E

Hour

45.45

4.55

50.00

Civic Theatre - Event Staff (Monday to Friday inclusive) 199

Additional Staff (backstage, followspot, box office, ushers, programme sellers, administration, bar supervisor) (per hour). Minimum 3 hour call.

C

Hour

31.82

3.18

35.00

200

Duty Technician / Front of House Manager (per hour)

C

Hour

38.19

3.81

42.00

Civic Theatre - Event Staff (Saturday inclusive) 201

Additional Staff (backstage, followspot, box office, ushers, programme sellers, administration, bar supervisor) (per hour). Minimum 3 hour call.

C

Hour

38.18

3.82

42.00

202

Duty Technician / Front of House (per hour)

C

Hour

45.45

4.55

50.00

Civic Theatre - Event Staff (Sunday inclusive) 203

Additional Staff (backstage, followspot, box office, ushers, programme sellers, administration, bar supervisor) (per hour). Minimum 3 hour call.

C

Hour

47.28

4.72

52.00

204

Duty Technician / Front of House Manager (per hour)

C

Hour

54.55

5.45

60.00

Civic Theatre - General 205

Marketing / Advertising handling

D

Hour

Cost plus 10%

Cost plus 10%

Cost plus 10%

206

Consumables (tape, gels, etc)

D

Hour

Cost plus 20%

Cost plus 20%

Cost plus 20%

207

Daily Technical Equipment fees

D

Each

68

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

109.09

10.91

120.00


environment & community services. 208

Weekly Technical Equipment fee

D

Each

318.18

31.82

350.00

Civic Theatre - Hire of Foyers, including Balcony These fees include room hire, cleaning, use of lectern and portable p.a. system (no staff) 209

Hire per 4 hours

E

Each

400.00

236.36

23.64

260.00

210

Additional hourly rate

E

Hour

100.00

54.55

5.45

60.00

1.50

1.36

0.14

1.50

4.37

0.43

4.80

Booking Office Booking Fees - Community Hirers 211

Tickets under $10.00

D

Each

212

Civic Theatre Season Performance

D

Each

213

All other tickets (i.e. $10 or over)

D

Each

2.50

2.55

0.25

2.80

214

Complimentary tickets

D

Each

0.35

0.32

0.03

0.35

215

Printing of ticket for door sale

D

Each

0.35

0.32

0.03

0.35

216

Cancellation of ticket (per booking)

D

Each

5.60

5.09

0.51

5.60

3.00

3.45

0.35

3.80

Booking Fees - Commercial Hirers 217

All Tickets

D

Each

218

Credit card handling charge. 0.6% (60 cents per $100) to the total amount paid for Visa & Mastercard and 1.0% ($1 per $100) for American Express.

C

Ticket

219

Complimentary tickets

D

Each

0.35

0.32

0.03

0.35

220

Printing of ticket for door sale

D

Each

0.35

0.32

0.03

0.35

221

Cancellation of ticket (per booking)

D

Each

5.60

5.09

0.51

5.60

0.6% (60 cents per $100) to the total amount paid for Visa & Mastercard and 1.0% ($1 per $100) for American Express.

1.5% ($1.50 per $100) to the toal amount paid for Visa & Mastercard and American Express

ART GALLERY 222

Exhibition hire - Links Gallery weekly rate

E

Weekly

25.00

27.27

2.73

30.00

223

Exhibition hire - E3 art space weekly rate

C

Weekly

100.00

90.91

9.09

100.00

224

Exhibition hire - E3 art space - Educational Institutions weekly rate

C

Weekly

100.00

90.91

9.09

100.00

225

Exhibition hire - E3 art space - Riverina Incorporated Arts Bodies and Riverina NGOs weekly rate

C

Weekly

25.00

22.73

2.27

25.00

226

Hire - Main Gallery - All lower level excluding Links Gallery Monday to Sunday 5:30pm to 11:30pm - flat 6-hour rate

E

Each

800.00

772.73

77.27

850.00

227

Hire - Main Gallery - Lower ceiling area only - Monday to Sunday 5:30pm to 11:30pm flat 6-hour rate

E

Each

400.00

409.09

40.91

450.00

228

Hire - Margaret Carnegie Gallery - Monday to Sunday 5:30pm to 11:30pm - flat 6-hour rate

E

Each

400.00

409.09

40.91

450.00

69

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 229

Hire - Artist in Residence Studio - Monday to Sunday 5.00pm to 11.00pm - Nonvisual art/craft activities and functions - Hourly rate

E

Hour

55.00

54.55

5.45

60.00

230

Hire - Artist in Residence Studio - Monday to Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm - Flat 8-hour rate

E

Each

220.00

227.27

22.73

250.00

231

Hire - Artist in Residence Studio - Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm - Hourly rate

E

Hour

40.00

40.91

4.09

45.00

232

Hire - Artist in Residence Studio - Sunday 12:00pm to 4:00pm - Hourly rate

E

Hour

40.00

40.91

4.09

45.00

233

Hire - E3 art space - Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.30pm Flat 8-hour rate

C

Each

220.00

227.27

22.73

250.00

234

Hire - E3 art space - Monday to Sunday 5:00pm to 11:00pm - Hourly rate

C

Hour

55.00

50.00

5.00

55.00

235

Hire - E3 art space - Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm - Hourly rate

C

Hour

40.00

40.91

4.09

45.00

236

Hire - E3 art space - Sunday 12:00pm to 4:00pm - Hourly rate

C

Hour

40.00

40.91

4.09

45.00

237

Staff - per hour per staff member Monday to Friday

E

Hour

45.00

40.91

4.09

45.00

238

Staff - per hour per staff member Saturday

E

Hour

70.00

63.64

6.36

70.00

239

Staff - per hour per staff member Sunday

E

Hour

90.00

81.82

8.18

90.00

240

Security deposit (Bond) - E3 art space - all exhibitions

C

Each

200.00

200.00

N/A

200.00

241

Workshop fee - Adult workshops

E

Each

60.00

60.00

N/A

60.00

242

Workshop fee - ArtBlast! childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s art classes - First child booked from family

E

Each

20.00

20.00

N/A

20.00

243

Workshop fee - ArtBlast! childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s art classes Additional children booked from same family

E

Each

15.00

15.00

N/A

15.00

244

Gallery Shop - Sales

D

Each

Cost plus commercial mark-up

Cost plus commercial mark-up

Cost plus commercial mark-up

245

Gallery Shop - Commission on exhibition sales - all exhibition spaces

D

Each

Commercial commission of 27.5% on all works sold during the exhibition period.

Commercial commission of 27.5% on all works sold during the exhibition period.

Commercial commission of 27.5% on all works sold during the exhibition period.

246

Gallery Shop - Commission on exhibition sales - E3 art space exhibitions - works by students in Educational Institution Exhibitions

D

Each

Nil

70

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

Nil

Nil


environment & community services. 247

Gallery Shop - Commission on exhibition sales - E3 art space exhibitions - works in exhibitions from Riverina Incorporated Arts Bodies and Riverina NGOs

D

Each

Nil

Nil

Nil

248

Gallery Shop - Discount Council POL001 provides that a 10% discount will be offered to: Seniors, Members of the Friends of Wagga Wagga Art Gallery; Wagga Wagga Art Gallery volunteers; WWCC Council Staff; Councillors of the City of Wagga Wagga

E

Each

Nil

Nil

Nil

249

Gallery Shop - Discount Council POL001 provides that a 5% discount will be offered to the following: Members of Australian Association of Gallery Guides Organisation, Members of Museums Australia Inc., Members of National Gallery of Australia

E

Each

Nil

Nil

Nil

250

Special Needs Scholarship Program for 4 participants with special needs, to attend one workshop each per year. Limit of one scholarship per person per workshop

E

Each

Nil

Nil

Nil

251

Waiver of admission and/ or booking fees for the carer of a person with disability in accordance with the Companion Card Program initiated by the NSW Department of Aging, Disability and Home Care

E

Each

Nil

Nil

Nil

MUSEUMS HISTORIC COUNCIL CHAMBERS 252

Historic Council Chambers - Weekdays - full day hire (10.00am - 5.00pm)

E

Hour

54.00

50.91

5.09

56.00

253

Historic Council Chambers Weekdays - after 5.00pm

E

Hour

80.00

74.55

7.45

82.00

254

Historic Council Chambers Weekdays - after 7.00pm - per hour

E

Hour

80.00

74.55

7.45

82.00

255

Historic Council Chambers - Saturday - before 10.00am per hour

E

Hour

80.00

74.55

7.45

82.00

256

Historic Council Chambers Saturday - 10.00am - 5.00pm - per hour

E

Hour

80.00

74.55

7.45

82.00

257

Historic Council Chambers Saturday - after 5.00pm - per hour or part thereof

E

Hour

107.00

100.00

10.00

110.00

258

Historic Council Chambers Sunday/Public Holiday - before 12.00 noon - per hour

E

Hour

107.00

100.00

10.00

110.00

259

Historic Council Chambers Sunday/Public Holiday - 12.00 noon - 4.00pm - per hour

E

Hour

107.00

100.00

10.00

110.00

71

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 260

Historic Council Chambers Sunday/Public Holiday - after 4.00pm - per hour

E

Hour

107.00

100.00

10.00

110.00

261

Historic Council Chambers - Setting up charge (seating, equipment, crockery/urn, etc + After hours supervision of museum exhibition spaces and security - per staff member per hour

E

Each

59.00

55.45

5.55

61.00

262

Reproduction of Images

E

Each

33.00

30.91

3.09

34.00

263

Research Fee

E

Hour

55.00

51.82

5.18

57.00

WILLANS HILL MUSEUM 264

Willans Hill Museum Weekdays - Full day hire (10.00am - 5.00pm)

E

Hour

80.00

74.55

7.45

82.00

265

Willans Hill Museum Weekdays - before 10.00am - per hour

E

Hour

80.00

74.55

7.45

82.00

266

Willans Hill Museum Weekdays - after 5.00pm - first two hours

E

Each

80.00

74.55

7.45

82.00

267

Willans Hill Museum Weekdays - after 7.00pm - per hour

E

Hour

80.00

74.55

7.45

82.00

268

Willans Hill Museum - Saturday - before 10.00am - per hour

E

Hour

80.00

74.55

7.45

82.00

269

Willans Hill Museum - Saturday - 10.00am - 5.00pm - per hour

E

Hour

80.00

74.55

7.45

82.00

270

Willans Hill Museum - Sunday / Public Holiday - before 12.00 noon - per hour

E

Hour

80.00

74.55

7.45

82.00

271

Willans Hill Museum - Sunday / Public Holiday - 12.00 noon 4.00pm - per hour

E

Hour

80.00

74.55

7.45

82.00

272

Willans Hill Museum - Sunday / Public Holiday - after 4.00pm - per hour

E

Hour

80.00

74.55

7.45

82.00

273

Willans Hill Museum - Sunday / Public Holiday - Setting up/ Cleaning charge (seating, equipment, crockery/urn, etc) + After hours supervision of museum exhibition spaces and security system per staff member

E

Each

59.00

55.45

5.55

61.00

LIBRARY 274

Public Library - Inter Library Loan search fee

C

Each

4.40

4.00

0.40

4.40

275

Public Library - Inter Library Loan: additional fee for specialist items

C

Each

16.50

15.00

1.50

16.50

276

Public Library - Inter Library Loan from Overseas

C

Each

277

Public Library - Inter Library Loan - Rush fee

C

Each

33.00

30.00

3.00

33.00

278

Public Library - Inter Library Loan - Express fee

C

Each

49.50

45.00

4.50

49.50

72

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

Cost recovery

Cost recovery

Cost recovery


environment & community services. 279

Public Library - Reservation fee

C

Each

1.00

1.00

1.00

280

Public Library - Replace member card

C

Each

2.00

2.00

2.00

281

Public Library - Replacement charge (lost/damaged collection item under $10 purchase cost) - Flat Fee plus replacement cost

C

Each

$5.00 plus replacement cost

$5.00 plus replacement cost

$5.00 plus replacement cost

282

Public Library - Replacement charge (lost/damaged collection item over $10 purchase cost) - Flat Fee plus replacement cost

C

Each

$9.50 plus replacement cost

$9.50 plus replacement cost

$9.50 plus replacement cost

283

Lost or damaged CD/DVD Cases

C

Each

3.30

284

Replacement of lost/damaged E-Readers

C

285

Replacement of lost/damaged E-Reader charger

286

3.00

0.30

3.30

Each

150.00

15.00

165.00

C

Each

33.00

3.30

36.30

Public Library - Overdue items fines - Flat fee per item plus charge per work day

C

Total Fines

Maximum $11.00 per item

287

Public Library - Periods of amnesty apply when no overdue item fines are charged for specified periods - Specific days to be announced

C

Each

Nil

Nil

Nil

288

Public Library - an exemption applies to fines on overdue items borrowed from the mobile library. This exemption does not extend to lost or damaged items.

Nil

Nil

Nil

289

Public Library - Library bags

D

Each

2.00

1.82

0.18

2.00

290

Public Library - Library Backpacks

D

Each

5.00

4.55

0.45

5.00

291

Public Library - Programs

E

Each

292

Professional Research Fee - per hour includes photocopying & postage

C

Hour

55.00

50.00

5.00

55.00

293

Public Library - Visitorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fee (non-refundable) - one month

C

Month

33.00

30.00

3.00

33.00

294

Public Library - Visitorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fee (non-refundable) - three months

C

3 Months

88.00

80.00

8.00

88.00

295

RRL Book Club membership fee (per club of 10 members)

C

per book club

400.00

363.64

36.36

400.00

296

Public Library - Replacement charge for lost or damaged book club collection items

36.36

3.64

40.00

297

Additional storytime pack

D

Other

44.00

40.00

4.00

44.00

298

Additional holiday program

D

Other

242.00

220.00

22.00

242.00

299

Processing Fee for additional items - processed book item with cataloguing

D

Per item

7.50

6.82

0.68

7.50

$2 - $10 depending on content

73

Maximum $11.00 per item

Maximum $11.00 per item

$2 - $10 depending on content

$2 - $10 depending on content

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 300

Processing fee for additional items - Processed non book item with cataloguing

C

per item

9.50

8.64

0.86

9.50

301

Additional computer terminal & associated peripherals

D

Each

3,025.00

2,750.00

275.00

3,025.00

302

Additional Libero licences

D

Each

1,000.00

909.09

90.91

1,000.00

303

Public Library - Internet Lessons

C

per Hour

5.50

5.45

0.55

6.00

304

Public Library - Photocopying Black and white - A4

C

Each

0.25

0.23

0.02

0.25

305

Public Library - Photocopying Black and white - A3

C

Each

0.40

0.36

0.04

0.40

306

Public Library - Photocopying Colour - A4

C

Each

2.50

2.27

0.23

2.50

307

Public Library - Photocopying Colour - A3

C

Each

3.50

3.18

0.32

3.50

308

Public Library - Photocopy card

C

Each

2.00

1.82

0.18

2.00

309

Public Library - Fax transmission (local call and STD) A4 - First Sheet

C

Each

3.05

2.77

0.28

3.05

310

Public Library - Fax transmission A4 - Subsequent Sheets

C

Each

1.70

1.55

0.15

1.70

311

Public Library - Fax transmission (ISD Call) A4 - per sheet

C

Each

7.40

6.73

0.67

7.40

312

Public Library - Express Computer Booking Fee members (per 30 minutes)

C

Half Hour

1.70

1.55

0.15

1.70

313

Public Library - Local Studies reproduction of images

E

Each

32.00

29.09

2.91

32.00

314

Public Library - Setting Up Charge (seating, equipment, crockery/urn/glasses etc)

C

Each Hire

56.65

54.55

5.45

60.00

315

Public Library - Provide staff for RSA/Supervision per hour per staff for a Community/External Event

C

Each

30.90

29.09

2.91

32.00

316

Public Library - Community Learning Space - Social / Community half day ( up to 4 hrs)

E

19.09

1.91

21.00

317

Public Library - Community Learning Space - Social Community full day

E

37.27

3.73

41.00

318

Public Library - Community Learning Space - Private business e.g. Yoga class/ English Class - Half day (up to 4 hrs)

D

30.00

3.00

33.00

319

Public Library - Community Learning Space - Private business e.g. Yoga class/ English Class - Full day

D

54.55

5.45

60.00

320

Public Library - Community Learning Space - Commercial rate - half day ( up tp 4 hrs)

D

77.27

7.73

85.00

74

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 321

Public Library - Community Learning Space - Commercial rate - full day

D

118.18

11.82

322

Public Library - Community Learning Space - Commercial rate - full day

D

323

Public Library - Club Celluloid - Annual Subscription

D

100.00

10.00

110.00

324

Public Library - Club Celluloid - Session Price

D

15.00

1.50

16.50

20% of Booking Fee

130.00

20% of Booking Fee

PARKS, RECREATION & BUILDINGS PARKS & SPORTSGROUNDS 325

Access across Council Land inspection fee

D

Each

67.00

62.73

6.27

69.00

326

Banner raising and removal across the main street

D

Each

99.00

92.73

9.27

102.00

327

Banner retrieval from archives

D

Each

38.00

35.59

3.56

39.15

328

CBD Pole Banners

D

Each

13.50

12.64

1.26

13.90

329

Display Banner at Jubilee Park (corner of Red Hill Road and Bourke Street) - 1 week period

E

Each

25.00

23.41

2.34

25.75

330

Display of Banner at Bolton Park Underpass and Western Gateway site booking fee - 1 week period

C

Each

28.00

26.21

2.62

28.83

331

Park Booking fee for Weddings, Naming days and Christenings etc

E

Each

83.00

77.27

7.73

85.00

332

Parks Booking Fee for non-profit organisations and community groups

E

Each

66.00

61.82

6.18

68.00

333

Recreation Reserves - casual hire - per reserve

E

Each

36.00

33.64

3.36

37.00

334

Sportsgrounds and Reserves casual hire - e.g. Trade Show, Car Show per ground

E

Day

215.00

200.91

20.09

221.00

335

Sportsgrounds and Reserves Large Commercial Events hire per ground

C

Day

1,950.00

1,827.27

182.73

2,010.00

336

Sportsgrounds and Parks - casual hire - per ground (includes schools outside LGA)

E

Each

68.00

63.64

6.36

70.00

337

Sportsgrounds and Parks- Hire by professional coaches

C

Season

190.00

78.18

17.82

196.00

338

Sportsgrounds and Parks- Hire by personal trainer

C

Annual

190.00

178.18

17.82

196.00

339

Sportsgrounds and Parks bond - casual hire - small sized events (deposit paid prior to occupation)

C

Each

550.00

560.00

N/A

560.00

340

Sportsgrounds and Parks bond - casual hire - medium sized events (deposit paid prior to occupation)

C

Each

1,200.00

1,240.00

N/A

1,240.00

341

Sportsgrounds and Parks bond - casual hire - large sized events (deposit paid prior to occupation)

C

Each

6,500.00

6,700.00

N/A

6,700.00

75

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 342

Sportsgrounds and Parks Allocated groups Senior (per person/per season)

E

Season

20.00

18.64

1.86

20.50

343

Sportsgrounds and ParksAllocated groups Juniors (per person/per season)

E

Season

14.00

13.18

1.32

14.50

345

Sportsgrounds Parks and Reserves - Extra garbage bin provision and removal

E

Each

17.00

16.36

1.64

18.00

346

Sportsgrounds - Key Administration fee

C

Each

70.00

45.45

4.55

50.00

347

Sportsgrounds - key deposits

C

Each

20.00

2.00

22.00

348

Jubilee Park Athletics Track track marking

E

Season

630.00

590.91

59.09

650.00

349

Jubilee Park Athletics Track special events (school carnivals etc)

E

Event

275.00

259.09

25.91

285.00

350

Jubilee Park Athletics Track Amenities cleaning fee

C

Each

49.50

4.95

54.45

351

Cost Recovery for specific works provided to Community Groups on Council parks & sportsgrounds at request of Community Group

C

Each

352

Tree Management Application

E

Each

353

Developer Contribution - Street tree establishment

C

354

Developer Contribution - Street tree establishment Lloyd development

Actual Cost plus 10%

66.00

Actual Cost plus 10%

Actual Cost plus 10%

61.82

6.18

68.00

Each

450.00

45.00

495.00

C

Each

700.00

70.00

770.00

Lighting Fees 355

Sportsgrounds - lighting call out fee for manual lighting operation

E

Each

68.00

63.64

6.36

70.00

356

Anderson Oval lighting fee

C

Hour

9.75

9.75

0.98

10.73

357

Ashmont Oval lighting fee

C

Hour

4.29

4.29

0.43

4.72

358

Bolton Park - Training lighting fee

C

Hour

10.80

10.79

1.08

11.87

359

Bolton Park Lighting Competition Lighting fee

C

Hour

21.60

21.60

2.16

23.76

360

Conolly Park field 1 Competition Standard lighting fee

C

Hour

10.45

10.45

1.05

11.50

361

Conolly Park field 1 Training Standard lighting fee

C

Hour

6.71

6.71

0.67

7.38

362

Conolly Park field 2 lighting fee

C

Hour

7.65

7.65

0.77

8.42

363

Conolly Park field 3 lighting fee

C

Hour

3.48

3.48

0.35

3.83

364

Duke of Kent lighting fee

C

Hour

2.48

2.48

0.25

2.73

365

Forest Hill amenities building lighting fee

C

Hour

1.80

1.80

0.18

1.98

366

French Fields lower ground lighting fee

C

Hour

12.55

12.55

1.26

13.81

367

French Fields upper ground lighting fee

C

Hour

0.90

0.90

0.09

0.99

368

Gissing Oval training goal area lighting fee

C

Hour

2.65

2.65

0.27

2.92

76

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 369

Gissing Oval training area south per area lighting fee

C

Hour

6.95

6.95

0.70

7.65

370

Gissing Oval training area east per area lighting fee

C

Hour

3.63

3.63

0.36

3.99

371

Gissing Main Oval lighting fee

C

Hour

16.21

16.21

1.62

17.83

372

Harris Park lighting fee

C

Hour

7.80

7.80

0.78

8.58

373

Henwood Park lower lighting fee per ground

C

Hour

6.15

6.15

0.62

6.77

Henwood Park upper field lighting fee per ground

C

Hour

4.70

4.70

0.47

5.17

374

Jubilee Park - Touch Fields lighting fee per ground (Fields 1-4)

C

Hour

5.04

5.04

0.50

5.54

375

Jubilee Park - Fields 9 and 10 lighting fee per ground

C

Hour

7.23

7.23

0.72

7.95

376

Jubilee Park Synthetic Hockey Field lighting fee per ground

C

Hour

37.17

37.17

3.72

40.89

377

Kessler Park - Main Field

C

Hour

9.06

9.06

0.91

9.97

378

Kessler Park - Western training

C

Hour

3.33

3.33

0.33

3.66

379

Kessler Park - Eastern

C

Hour

3.10

3.10

0.31

3.41

380

Lake Albert Oval lighting fee

C

Hour

8.23

8.23

0.82

9.05

381

McDonalds Park (Exhibition Centre) training lighting

C

Hour

8.87

8.87

0.89

9.76

382

McDonalds Park (Exhibition Centre) Competition lighting

C

Hour

17.72

17.72

1.77

19.49

383

McPherson Oval lighting fee

C

Hour

8.35

8.38

0.84

9.22

384

Parramore Park (Exhibition Centre) 3 Fields

C

Hour

20.88

20.88

2.09

22.97

385

Parramore Park - West Lights

C

Hour

10.44

10.44

1.04

11.48

386

Parramore Park - East Lights

C

Hour

10.44

10.44

1.04

11.48

387

Rawlings Park lighting fee

C

Hour

6.41

6.41

0.64

7.05

388

Robertson Oval - Training lighting fee (250 lux)

C

Hour

32.17

32.16

3.22

35.38

389

Robertson Oval - Competition lighting fee (500 lux)

C

Hour

64.34

64.34

6.43

70.77

390

Uranquinty Oval lighting fee

C

Hour

2.10

2.10

0.21

2.31

391

Wagga Cricket Ground cycle track lighting fee

C

Hour

11.88

11.88

1.19

13.07

392

Wagga Cricket Ground lighting fee

C

Hour

22.00

22.00

2.20

24.20

EXHIBITION CENTRE 393

Use of Dressage area for commercial groups

E

Site per Day

615.00

575.45

57.55

633.00

394

Use of Dressage area and amenities building by Wagga Dressage Club

E

Site per Day

245.00

229.09

22.91

252.00

495

Use of Field 2 for community groups

E

Site per Day

245.00

229.09

22.91

252.00

396

Use of Camping Areas for Community Groups

E

Site per Day

245.00

229.09

22.91

252.00

397

Use of Camping Areas for Commercial Groups

E

Site per Day

365.00

341.82

34.18

376.00

77

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 398

Use of Building facility at field 2A for community groups

E

Site per Day

165.00

154.55

15.45

170.00

399

Use of Building facility at field 2A for commercial groups

E

Site per Day

320.00

300.00

30.00

330.00

400

Use of Building facility at field 2A for meetings for Equex Outdoor Association

E

Site per Day

Free

Free

401

Use of Building facility at field 2A for regular (10+ bookings per 6 month period social/ community group booking per half day

E

Site per half Day

23.00

21.82

2.18

24.00

402

Use of Building facility at field 2A for regular (10+ bookings per 6 month period social/ community group booking - full day

E

Site per Day

45.00

41.82

4.18

46.00

403

Bond on use of Building on field 2A

E

Each

320.00

330.00

33.00

363.00

404

Use of Rodeo area at field 2B for community groups

E

Site per Day

245.00

229.09

22.91

252.00

405

Use of Rodeo area at field 2B for commercial groups

E

Site per Day

1,800.00

1,685.45

168.55

1,854.00

406

Exhibition Centre Club Building Social/Community Group half day regular booking. 10 bookings per 6 month period

E

per Booking

23.00

21.82

2.18

24.00

407

Exhibition Centre Club Building Social/Community Group full day regular booking. 10 bookings per 6 month period

E

per Booking

45.00

41.82

4.18

46.00

Free

MUSIC BOWL 408

Music Bowl 1 (non-profit organisations, weddings, educational, sporting groups, community based performing groups - per day hire)

C

Day

120.00

112.73

11.27

124.00

409

Music Bowl 1 (non-profit organisations, weddings, educational, sporting groups, community based performing groups - hourly charge) Minimum charge 2 hrs

C

Hour

18.00

16.82

1.68

18.50

410

Music Bowl 2 (profit making commercial group - per day hire)

C

Day

600.00

561.82

56.18

618.00

411

Music Bowl 2 (profit making commercial group - hourly charge) Minimum charge 3 hrs

C

Hour

80.00

74.55

7.46

82.01

412

Outdoor access and cleaning of toilet facilities - Mon-Fri 9.00am-5.00pm

C

Day

80.00

74.55

7.46

82.01

413

Outdoor access and cleaning of toilet facilities - After hours

C

Day

128.00

120.00

12.00

132.00

E

Hour

45.00

41.82

4.18

46.00

BOLTON PARK 414

78

Bolton Park Stadium Competition all users (seniors - per hour per court)

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 415

Bolton Park Stadium Competition all users (juniors - per hour per court)

E

Hour

31.00

29.09

2.91

32.00

416

Bolton Park Stadium - Training all users (senior - per hour per court)

E

Hour

34.00

31.82

3.18

35.00

417

Bolton Park Stadium - Training all users (junior - per hour per court)

E

Hour

21.00

20.00

2.00

22.00

418

Bolton Park Stadium - Inter school competition (per hour per court)

E

Hour

38.00

35.45

3.55

39.00

419

Bolton Park Stadium - Inter school competition (per hour full stadium)

E

Hour

65.00

60.91

6.09

67.00

420

Bolton Park Stadium - Other school hire (per hour per court)

E

Hour

25.00

23.64

2.36

26.00

421

Bolton Park Stadium - Special events (user groups) (per day full stadium - 8 hours hire)

C

Day

650.00

609.09

60.91

670.00

422

Bolton Park Stadium - Special events (user groups) (per day full stadium - after 8 hours per hour)

C

Hour

62.00

58.18

5.82

64.00

423

Bolton Park Stadium - Meeting room per hour

E

Hour

17.00

15.91

1.59

17.50

424

Bolton Park Stadium -Social Sport (per head)

E

Each

5.50

5.45

0.55

6.00

LAKE ALBERT HALL 425

Lake Albert Hall - Hire fee per day

E

Day

165.00

154.55

15.45

170.00

426

Lake Albert Hall - Half day hire fee

E

Half Day

83.00

77.27

7.73

85.00

427

Lake Albert Hall - Deposit against damage (per hire)

E

Each

345.00

355.00

N/A

355.00

428

Lake Albert Hall - Weekly users (per session 2hrs)

E

Each

13.50

12.73

1.27

14.00

429

Lake Albert Hall Social/ Community Group half day hire

E

Half Day

15.50

14.55

1.46

16.01

430

Lake Albert Hall Social/ Community Group full day hire

E

Day

30.00

28.18

2.82

31.00

431

Hall Cleaning Fee

E

Each

122.00

114.55

11.46

126.01

432

Private business e.g. Karate class

D

Half Day

33.00

30.91

3.09

34.00

433

Private business e.g. Karate class

D

Day

55.00

51.82

5.18

57.00

CREMATORIUM AND CEMETERIES 434

Crematorium - Cremation Fee - Adult

C

Each

1,125.00

1,054.55

105.45

1,160.00

435

Crematorium - Cremation Fee - Foetus over 20 weeks / Infant / Baby

C

Each

325.00

304.55

30.45

335.00

436

Crematorium - Chapel

C

Each

145.00

136.36

13.64

150.00

437

Crematorium - Interment of Ashes (lawn, monumental or rural)

C

Each

180.00

168.18

16.82

185.00

79

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 438

Crematorium - Postage of Ashes - Intrastate or Interstate

C

Each

85.00

80.00

8.00

88.00

439

Crematorium â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Reservation Deposit

C

Each

95.00

90.91

9.09

100.00

440

Crematorium - Cremation of materials following an Exhumation

C

Each

235.00

220.00

22.00

242.00

441

Lawn Cemetery - Infant interment (Forget-Me-Not Garden) - Single without plaque

C

Each

960.00

899.09

89.91

989.00

442

Lawn Cemetery (Sections 1-10) - 1st interment (adult or child) - without plaque

C

Each

2,340.00

2,190.91

219.09

2,410.00

443

Lawn Cemetery - 2nd interment (all sections) without plaque

C

Each

1,715.00

1,604.55

160.45

1,765.00

444

Lawn Cemetery â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Reservation Deposit

C

Each

640.00

600.00

60.00

660.00

445

Lawn Cemetery (Sections 3 & 7) - 1st interment - Prepaid with Funeral Director prior to 30/6/97

C

Each

1,760.00

1,650.00

1656.00

1,815.00

446

Lawn Cemetery (Sections 3 & 7) - 1st Interment - Prepaid with Funeral Director 1/7/97 to 30/6/04

C

Each

2,200.00

2,059.09

205.91

2,265.00

447

Lawn Cemetery - 2nd interments - Prepaid with Funeral Director prior to 30/6/97

C

Each

1,180.00

1,104.55

110.45

1,215.00

448

Lawn Cemetery - 2nd interments - Prepaid with Funeral Director 1/7/97 to 30/6/04

C

Each

1,555.00

1,454.55

145.45

1,600.00

449

Lawn Cemetery - Exhumation Fee (includes both Adult and Baby exhumations in all cemeteries)

C

Each

3,095.00

2,895.45

289.55

3,185.00

450

Natural Burial Interment without plaque

C

Each

1,715.00

1,604.55

160.45

1,765.00

451

Monumental Cemetery - Sale of Land (all sections)

C

Each

1,465.00

1,372.73

137.27

1,510.00

452

Monumental Cemetery - Sale of Land - Prepaid with Funeral Director prior to 30/6/97

C

Each

1,085.00

1,018.18

101.82

1,120.00

453

Monumental Cemetery - Sale of Land - Prepaid with Funeral Director 1/7/97 to 30/6/04

C

Each

1,180.00

1,104.55

110.45

1,215.00

454

Monumental Cemetery - Grave Digging - Infant/Baby/Child (by hand 1.2m deep)

C

Each

1,065.00

995.45

99.55

1,095.00

455

Monumental Cemetery - Grave Digging - Infant/Baby/Child (by machine 1.2m deep)

C

Each

980.00

918.18

91.82

1,010.00

456

Monumental Cemetery - Grave Digging - Adult (by hand 1.5m deep)

C

Each

1,650.00

1,545.45

154.55

1,700.00

80

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 457

Monumental Cemetery - Grave Digging - Adult (by hand 1.5m deep) - Prepaid with Funeral Director prior to 30/6/97

C

Each

1,085.00

1,018.18

101.82

1,120.00

458

Monumental Cemetery - Grave Digging - Adult (by hand 1.5m deep) - Prepaid with Funeral Director 1/7/97 to 30/6/04

C

Each

1,180.00

1,104.55

110.45

1,215.00

459

Monumental Cemetery - Grave Digging - Adult (by machine 1.5 deep)

C

Each

1,465.00

1,372.73

137.27

1,510.00

460

Monumental Cemetery - Grave Digging - Adult (by machine - 1.5 or 2.1m deep) - Prepaid with Funeral Director prior to 30/6/97

C

Each

905.00

845.45

84.55

930.00

461

Monumental Cemetery - Grave Digging - Adult (by machine - 1.5 or 2.1m deep) - Prepaid with Funeral Director 1/7/97 to 30/6/04

C

Each

1,180.00

1,104.55

110.45

1,215.00

462

Monumental Cemetery - Grave Digging - Adult (by machine 2.1m deep)

C

Each

1,755.00

1,640.91

164.09

1,805.00

463

Monumental Cemetery Reservation fee

C

Each

640.00

600.00

60.00

660.00

464

Rural Cemeteries - Sale of Land

C

Each

1,465.00

1,372.73

137.27

1,510.00

465

Rural Cemeteries - Sale of Land - Prepaid with Funeral Director prior to 30/6/97

C

Each

1,085.00

1,018.18

101.82

1,120.00

466

Rural Cemeteries - Sale of Land - Prepaid with Funeral Director 1/7/97 - 30/6/04

C

Each

1,180.00

1,104.55

110.45

1,215.00

467

Rural Cemeteries - Grave Digging - Infant/Baby/Child (by hand 1.2m deep)

C

Each

1,730.00

1,618.00

161.82

1,780.00

468

Rural Cemeteries - Grave Digging - Infant/Baby/Child (by machine 1.2m deep)

C

Each

1,410.00

1,318.18

131.82

1,450.00

469

Rural Cemeteries - Grave Digging - Adult (by hand 1.5m deep)

C

Each

2,250.00

2,109.09

210.91

2,320.00

470

Rural Cemeteries - Grave Digging - Adult (by machine 1.5m deep)

C

Each

1,840.00

1,722.73

172.27

1,895.00

471

Rural Cemeteries - Grave Digging - Adult (by machine 1.5m or 2.1m deep) Prepaid with Funeral Director prior to 30/6/97

C

Each

905.00

850.00

85.00

935.00

472

Rural Cemeteries - Grave Digging - Adult (by machine 1.5m or 2.1m deep) Prepaid with Funeral Director 1/7/97 - 30/6/04

C

Each

1,180.00

1,104.55

110.45

1,215.00

473

Rural Cemeteries - Grave Digging - Adult (by hand 1.5m deep) Prepaid with Funeral Director prior to 30/6/97

C

Each

1,085.00

1,018.18

101.82

1,120.00

81

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 474

Rural Cemeteries - Grave Digging - Adult (by hand 1.5m deep) Prepaid with Funeral Director 1/7/97 30/6/04

C

Each

1,180.00

1,104.55

110.45

1,215.00

475

Rural Cemeteries - Grave Digging - Adult (by machine 2.1m deep)

C

Each

2,110.00

1,977.27

197.73

2,175.00

476

Rural Cemeteries â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Reservation fee

C

Each

640.00

600.00

60.00

660.00

477

Monumental / Rural Cemeteries - shallow interment - concrete handling

C

Each

565.00

527.27

52.73

580.00

478

Contract grave digging - single depth

C

Each

850.00

795.45

79.55

875.00

479

Crematorium positions - Peace Rose Garden 1 & 2 (single), Rustic Niche Wall (single)

C

Each

425.00

400.00

40.00

440.00

480

Crematorium positions Memorial Walk, North Drive, Rock Pool (double)

C

Each

480.00

450.00

45.00

495.00

481

Crematorium positions Serenity Garden - kerb (single)

C

Each

300.00

281.82

28.18

310.00

482

Crematorium positions - Lincoln Rose and Remembrance Rose Gardens (double)

C

Each

690.00

645.45

64.55

710.00

483

Crematorium positions - Shrub Gardens - individual Shrub Gardens 1 and 2 (double)

C

Each

690.00

645.45

64.55

710.00

484

Crematorium positions Individual Shrub Gardens 3 & 4 (single) E/Court Niche Wall (single)

C

Each

245.00

227.27

22.73

250.00

485

Crematorium positions - Maple Garden (single)

C

Each

530.00

495.45

49.55

545.00

486

Crematorium positions Camellia Garden - kerb (double)

C

Each

425.00

400.00

40.00

440.00

487

Crematorium positions - Pine Garden - kerb (single)

C

Each

385.00

359.09

35.91

395.00

488

Crematorium positions - Niche Wall - Forget-Me-Not (single)

C

Each

480.00

450.00

45.00

495.00

489

Crematorium positions - Rose Arbor (single)

C

Each

480.00

450.00

45.00

495.00

490

Crematorium positions Australian Garden

C

Each

480.00

450.00

45.00

495.00

491

Crematorium positions Eastern & Western Memorials

C

Each

690.00

645.45

64.55

710.00

492

Crematorium positions Eastern Court Camellias

C

Each

690.00

645.46

64.55

710.00

493

Crematorium positions Eastern Rock Pool

C

Each

515.00

481.82

48.18

530.00

494

Crematorium positions Forget-Me-Not Garden

C

Each

370.00

345.45

34.55

380.00

495

Crematorium positions - Lily Wall

C

Each

235.00

218.18

21.82

240.00

496

Crematorium positions - Mixed Rose Gardens

C

Each

425.00

400.00

40.00

440.00

82

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


environment & community services. 497

Crematorium positions Western Rock Pool

C

Each

515.00

481.82

48.18

530.00

498

Crematorium positions Individual Camellias

C

Each

470.00

440.91

44.09

485.00

499

Crematorium positions Individual Rose Gardens

C

Each

690.00

645.45

64.55

710.00

500

Crematorium positions Individual Rose Stands

C

Each

690.00

645.45

64.55

710.00

501

Crematorium positions Memorial Hill

C

Each

800.00

750.00

75.00

825.00

502

Crematorium positions Serenity Garden Rose Stands

C

Each

690.00

645.45

64.55

710.00

503

Crematorium positions - Silver Birch Garden 1

C

Each

480.00

450.00

45.00

495.00

504

Crematorium positions - Silver Birch Garden 2

C

Each

480.00

450.00

45.00

495.00

505

Crematorium positions - Silver Birch Garden 3

C

Each

436.36

43.64

480.00

506

Crematorium positions Magnolia Garden (double)

C

Each

690.00

645.45

64.55

710.00

507

Crematorium positions Magnolia Garden Memorial Only (single)

C

Each

60.00

56.18

5.62

61.80

508

Administration fee to recover cremated remains

C

Each

175.00

163.64

16.36

180.00

509

Bronze Plaques, Granite Headstones and Panels, Ceramic and Aluminium Photos

C

Each

Cost + Cost + administration and administration installation fees and installation fees

510

Monumental Permit to carry out work in the Monumental Cemetery

C

Each

109.09

10.91

120.00

511

Late fee for burial and crematorium paperwork

C

Each

90.91

9.09

100.00

83

Cost + administration and installation fees

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


infrastructure services. Item Particulars No

Pricing Basis Policy ID

2013/2012 2013/14 Existing Fee Fee (including GST excl GST as applicable)

GST

2013/14 Total Fee

SERVICE PLANNING - DESIGN 1

Engineering consulting fees

D

Each

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

C

Each

D

Per Item

Negotiated Commercial Rate plus 10%

Negotiated Commercial Rate plus 10%

Negotiated Commercial Rate plus 10%

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

PROCUREMENT SERVICES CONTRACT SERVICES 2

Tender Documents collection fee

110.00

100.00

10.00

110.00

FLEET/SUPPLY SERVICES 3

The use of Council plant for external hire is to be done by negotiation and only under commercial terms, via agreement with Management.

CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES 4

Private Works Inspection Fee (per hour)

C

Hour

5

Street Sweeping

D

Hour

6

Supply of Materials

D

Each

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

7

Roadworks

D

Each

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

8

Earthworks

D

Each

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

9

Civil Works

D

Each

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

10

Asset Management staff call out

C

Actual Cost plus 10%

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

11

Approved Concrete Contractors Annual licence fee

C

Each

114.00

106.36

10.64

117.00

12

Approved Concrete Contractors Bond - to be held in trust

C

Each

750.00

770.00

N/A

770.00

C

Each

175.00

204.55

20.45

225.00

Urban Road Network 13

Street Closure with Barricades - for Special Event

14

Road Closure Advertising Charge

C

Each

416.50

Nil

Nil

Nil

15

Road Closure (Permanent) Fee

C

Each

1,177.85

Nil

Nil

Nil

16

Road Closure advertising

C

Each

400.00

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

17

Road Closure advertising each additional insertion

C

Each

200.00

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

84

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

Cost Recovery

Cost Recovery

Cost Recovery


infrastructure services. 18

Community groups holding events that require road closure or crowd control often cannot afford to hire the signs and barricades needed. The proposal is to allow the hire of the signs as arranged with the Traffic Engineer with the hire cost being the cost

E

Each

Sign replacement or repair cost if lost or damaged

Sign replacement or repair cost if lost or damaged

Sign replacement or repair cost if lost or damaged

Public Works Plant Hire 19

A) Work on public roads and public property

D

Cost

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

20

B) Private Hire (No Dry Hire)

D

Cost

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

Cost plus 25%

NOTE: 1 Not including operator costs NOTE: 2 Plant not hired without operator 21

Data from existing Traffic Counts

C

Per Site

50.00

45.45

4.55

50.00

22

New traffic counts 1 - 5 sites

C

Per Site

160.00

145.45

14.55

160.00

23

New traffic counts 6 - 20 sites

C

Per Site

140.00

127.27

12.73

140.00

24

New traffic counts 20 plus sites

E

Per Site

120.00

109.09

10.91

120.00

25

Community Facility Signs

E

Per Site

275.00

250.00

25.00

275.00

77.00

71.82

7.18

79.00

WASTE AND STORMWATER ACTIVITIES IN ROAD RESERVES 26

Section 138 Permit - Application Fee (nonrefundable)

E

Each

27

Section 138 Permit Fee - Urban - Landscaping (domestic)

E

Each

28

Section 138 Inspection Fee

E

Each

29

Section 138 Bond (as applicable per POL-008)

E

Each

30

Section 138 Permit - Annual Charge (Utilities as outlined in POL-008)

E

Each

114.00

106.36

10.64

117.00

31

Section 68 Part E(1)Swing or hoist goods across or over any part of a public road by means of a lift, hoist or tackle projecting over the footway (including hoarding approvals) (includes site inspection only other inspections as per fees and charges schedule)

C

Each

150.00

136.36

13.64

150.00

No Charge

No Charge

77.00 Amount varies dependant on works and associated risks

71.82

No Charge

7.18

Amount varies dependant on works and associated risks

79.00 Amount varies dependant on works and associated risks

STORMWATER 32

Stormwater Charge Residential Urban

E

Property

25.00

25.00

N/A

25.00

33

Stormwater Charge Residential Rural

E

Property

25.00

25.00

N/A

25.00

34

Stormwater Charge Residential Village

E

25.00

25.00

N/A

25.00

Property

85

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


infrastructure services. 35

Stormwater Charge Residential Strata/Community Title

E

Property

12.50

36

Stormwater Charge Business

E

Property

$25.00 per 350sq meters - Min charge $25.00, Max $250.00

$25.00 per 350sq meters - Min charge $25.00, Max $250.00

$25.00 per 350sq meters Min charge $25.00, Max $250.00

37

Stormwater Charge Business Village

E

Property

$25.00 per 350sq meters - Min charge $25.00, Max $250.00

$25.00 per 350sq meters - Min charge $25.00, Max $250.00

$25.00 per 350sq meters Min charge $25.00, Max $250.00

38

Stormwater Charge Business Strata

E

Property

E

Each

12.50

12.50

12.50

N/A Min charge $12.50, Max $250.00

N/A

12.50

SEWERAGE 39

Effluent supply

2/3 cost of alternative supply

2/3 cost of alternative supply

2/3 cost of alternative supply

LIQUID TRADE WASTE 40

Application Fee - Category 1, 2, S and Cat 3 with volumes < 20kl per day

A

Each

65.17

67.00

N/A

67.00

41

Application Fee - Category 3 and volumes > 20kl per day

A

Each

259.50

267.00

N/A

267.00

42

Annual Trade Waste Fee (minimum)

A

Year

89.42

92.00

N/A

92.00

43

Annual Trade Waste Fee (Large Discharger >20kL per day)

A

Year

602.89

620.00

N/A

620.00

44

Re-inspection Fee

A

Each

84.00

86.50

N/A

86.50

45

Trade Waste Usage Charges for Dischargers with appropriate pre-treatment

A

kl

1.65

1.70

N/A

1.70

46

Trade waste Usage Charges for Dischargers without appropriate pre-treatment

A

kl

14.95

15.40

N/A

15.40

47

ph charge where is it outside the approved rate for the discharger

A

Coefficient

0.40

0.38

0.04

0.42

48

*****Non residential sewer usage charge

A

kl

2.00

2.00

N/A

2.00

EXCESS MASS CHARGES Charges marked with an (*), Council has the option of either levying these charges (indexed by CPI) for pollutants for large trade waste dischargers and for dischargers of industrial waste or calculating appropriate charges for their sewerage and trade waste system. These charges apply for all waste exceeding the concentration of pollutants in domestic sewerage. 49

Aluminium

A

kg

0.72

0.74

N/A

0.74

50

Ammonia (as N)*

A

kg

2.16

2.22

N/A

2.22

51

Arsenic

A

kg

73.01

75.20

N/A

75.20

52

Barium

A

kg

36.49

37.58

N/A

37.58

53

Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD)*

A

kg

0.72

0.74

N/A

0.74

54

Boron

A

kg

0.72

0.74

N/A

0.74

55

Bromine

A

kg

17.36

17.88

N/A

17.88

86

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


infrastructure services. 56

Cadmium

A

kg

338.12

348.26

N/A

348.26

57

Chloride

A

kg

No Charge

No Charge

N/A

No Charge

58

Chlorinated hydrocarbons

A

kg

36.49

37.58

N/A

37.58

59

Chlorinated phenolics

A

kg

1,459.92

1,503.72

N/A

1,503.72

60

Chlorine

A

kg

1.49

1.53

N/A

1.53

61

Chromium

A

kg

24.33

25.06

N/A

25.06

62

Cobalt

A

kg

14.86

15.31

N/A

15.31

63

Copper

A

kg

14.86

15.31

N/A

15.31

64

Cyanide

A

kg

73.01

75.20

N/A

75.20

65

Fluoride

A

kg

3.64

3.75

N/A

3.75

66

Formaldehyde

A

kg

1.49

1.53

N/A

1.53

67

Oil & Grease (Total O & G)*

A

kg

1.31

1.35

N/A

1.35

68

Herbicides/defoliants

A

kg

730.55

752.47

N/A

752.47

69

Iron

A

kg

1.49

1.53

N/A

1.53

70

Lead

A

kg

36.49

37.58

N/A

37.58

71

Lithium

A

kg

7.31

7.53

N/A

7.53

72

Manganese

A

kg

7.31

7.53

N/A

7.53

73

Mercaptans

A

kg

73.01

75.20

N/A

75.20

74

Mercury

A

kg

2,433.20

2,506.20

N/A

2,506.20

75

Methylene blue active substances (MBAS)

A

kg

0.72

0.74

N/A

0.74

76

Molybdenum

A

kg

0.72

0.74

N/A

0.74

77

Nickel

A

kg

24.33

25.06

N/A

25.06

78

Nitrogen (N) (Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen-TKN)*

A

kg

0.20

0.21

N/A

0.21

79

Organoarsenic compounds

A

kg

730.55

752.47

N/A

752.47

80

Pesticides general (excludes organochlorides and organophosphates)

A

kg

730.55

752.47

N/A

752.47

81

Petroleum hydrocarbons (non-flammable)

A

kg

2.44

2.51

N/A

2.51

82

Phenolic compounds (nonchlorinated)

A

kg

7.31

7.53

N/A

7.53

83

Phosphorus (Total P)*

A

kg

1.49

1.53

N/A

1.53

84

Polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons

A

kg

14.86

15.31

N/A

15.31

85

Selenium

A

kg

51.37

52.91

N/A

52.91

86

Silver

A

kg

1.34

1.38

N/A

1.38

87

Sulphate (SO4)*

A

kg

0.15

0.15

N/A

0.15

88

Sulphide

A

kg

1.49

1.53

N/A

1.53

89

Sulphite

A

kg

1.62

1.67

N/A

1.67

90

Suspended Solids (SS)*

A

kg

0.94

0.97

N/A

0.97

91

Thiosulphate

A

kg

0.27

0.28

N/A

0.28

92

Tin

A

kg

7.31

7.53

N/A

7.53

93

Total dissolved solids (TDS)*

A

kg

0.06

0.06

N/A

0.06

94

Uranium

A

kg

7.31

7.53

N/A

7.53

95

Zinc

A

kg

14.86

15.31

N/A

15.31

87

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


infrastructure services. CHARGES FOR TANKERED WASTE 96

Chemical Toilet

C

kl

16.22

15.45

1.55

17.00

97

Septic Tank Waste - Effluent

C

kl

2.37

2.22

0.22

2.45

98

Septic Tank Waste - Septage

C

kl

23.79

15.40

1.54

16.94

134.00

138.00

N/A

138.00

PRESSURE SEWER 99

Pressure sewer pump maintenance agreement Annual fee

C

Year

100

Pressure sewer - Connection of residential and commercial properties in an existing pressure sewer area. Including areas of East Wagga Wagga, Gumly Gumly and Collingullie.

C

Each

Actual Cost

Actual Cost

Actual Cost

101

Maintenance and repair of Pressure Sewer Systems outside of Municipality

C

Each

Actual Cost + 13%

Actual Cost + 15%

Actual Cost + 15%

C

Each

756.80

688.00

68.80

756.80

132.00

120.00

12.00

132.00

JOINT SEWER ELIMINATION 102

Elimination of joint sewer connections - As per Sewer Policy 5

BUILD OVERS 103

Build over Council service or easement application

C

Each

104

Build over Council service or easement encumbrance charge.

C

Each

Actual Cost

Actual Cost

Actual Cost

SOLID WASTE 105

Kerbside Waste Collection - replacement for missing/ stolen 120 litre MGB

E

Each

57.00

41.20

N/A

41.20

106

Kerbside Waste Collection - replacement for missing/ stolen 240 litre recycling MGB

E

Each

108.00

51.35

N/A

51.35

107

Kerbside Waste Collection - replacement for missing/ stolen 240 litre greenwaste MGB

E

Each

69.00

51.35

N/A

51.35

108

Kerbside Waste Collection - replacement for missing/ stolen 240 litre commercial MGB

E

Each

70.00

51.35

N/A

51.35

109

Gregadoo Waste Disposal minimum disposal charge per load

E

Each

9.90

9.27

0.93

10.20

110

Gregadoo Waste Disposal domestic waste per tonne

C

Tonne

73.50

69.00

6.90

75.90

111

Gregadoo Waste Disposal commercial waste per tonne

C

Tonne

90.00

84.55

8.45

93.00

112

Gregadoo Waste Disposal - clean & separated rubble, scrap steel or commingled recycling material - per tonne

C

Tonne

35.20

33.00

3.30

36.30

88

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


infrastructure services. 113

Gregadoo Waste Disposal - specialist wastes: e.g. Industrial wastes, medical and asbestos wastes (minimum charge 1 tonne) - per tonne

D

Tonne

216.00

201.50

20.15

221.65

114

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Car bodies

D

Each

45.00

41.91

4.19

46.10

115

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Tyres - Large Tractor

D

Each

114.00

104.64

10.46

115.10

116

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Tyres - Small Tractor

D

Each

82.00

75.45

7.55

83.00

117

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Tyres - Super Single

D

Each

51.00

47.36

4.74

52.10

118

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Tyres - Truck

D

Each

34.00

31.91

3.19

35.10

119

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Tyres - Truck Small

D

Each

17.00

16.00

1.60

17.60

120

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Tyres - Passenger

D

Each

11.35

10.64

1.06

11.70

121

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Tyres - Bicycle

D

Each

6.80

6.36

0.64

7.00

122

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Dead animals - cats & dogs

D

Each

10.25

9.41

0.94

10.35

123

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Dead animals - small stock

D

Each

18.15

17.00

1.70

18.70

124

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Dead animals - large stock

D

Each

85.15

79.00

7.90

86.90

125

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Refrigerative equipment CFC removal (per unit)

D

Each

34.00

31.91

3.19

35.10

126

Gregadoo Waste Disposal - Unauthorised or Dumping waste - Cleanup Costs

D

Each

Actual Cost + 10% Admin

127

Gregadoo Waste Disposal - Unsorted recyclables including rubble, scrap steel or commingled recycling material

E

Tonne

114.00

118.64

128

Gregadoo Waste Disposal - 2 free landfill entry days, dates to be determined by Council for domestic waste only

E

Free

Free

129

Rural Waste Disposal general putrescible waste, greenwaste, and mixed rubble - minimum charge

E

Each

9.90

9.27

130

Rural Waste Disposal Recyclables (Tarcutta and Mangoplah only)

E

Each

No Charge

No Charge

No Charge

131

Rural Waste Disposal Recyclables (Uranquinty, Galore, Humula, Collingullie and Currawarna only)

E

No Charge

No Charge

No Charge

132

Rural Waste Disposal general putrescible waste, greenwaste, and mixed rubble -utility, single axle trailer (1.8m Ă&#x2014; 1.2m)

E

19.85

18.45

Each

89

Actual Cost + 10% Admin

Actual Cost + 10% Admin 11.86

130.50

Free

0.93

1.80

10.20

20.25

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


infrastructure services. 132

Gregadoo Waste Disposal non specified industrial waste (minimum charge 1 tonne) per tonne

C

Tonne

136.00

127.64

12.76

140.40

133

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Mattresses

E

Each

15.50

16.00

1.60

17.60

134

Gregadoo Waste Disposal - Gas Bottles up to and including 9kg

E

Each

14.75

13.73

1.37

15.10

135

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Gas Bottles over 9kg

E

Each

18.75

17.34

1.71

19.05

136

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Computers

E

Each

9.00

8.50

0.85

9.35

137

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Televisions less than 46cm

E

Each

8.25

7.73

0.77

8.50

138

Gregadoo Waste Disposal Non flat televisions (e.g. CRT) screen 46cm and greater

E

Each

13.40

12.41

1.24

13.65

139

Gregadoo Waste Disposal - TV under the National Television Recycling Scheme

A

Each

140

On call Bulky Waste Collection Pick up fee (certain waste items will be additional cost)

E

Each

Free

Free

22.50

30.45

3.05

33.50

434.00

434.00

N/A

434.00

RESIDENTIAL AND NON-RESIDENTIAL SEWER CHARGES 141

Residential Sewer Charge Pricing Policy

C

Each

142

Non-Residential per kl Charge Consumption

C

kl

2.00

2.00

N/A

2.00

143

Access Charge Based on Meter Size - Non-Residential

C

20mm

63.00

63.00

N/A

63.00

144

Access Charge Based on Meter Size - Non-Residential

C

25mm

98.44

98.44

N/A

98.44

145

Access Charge Based on Meter Size - Non-Residential

C

32mm

161.28

161.28

N/A

161.28

146

Access Charge Based on Meter Size - Non-Residential

C

40mm

252.00

252.00

N/A

252.00

147

Access Charge Based on Meter Size - Non-Residential

C

50mm

393.75

393.75

N/A

393.75

148

Access Charge Based on Meter Size - Non-Residential

C

80mm

1,008.00

1,008.00

N/A

1,008.00

149

Access Charge Based on Meter Size - Non-Residential

C

100mm

1,575.00

1,575.00

N/A

1,575.00

150

Access Charge Based on Meter Size - Non-Residential

C

150mm

3,543.75

3,543.75

N/A

3,543.75

NOTE: In accordance with best practice non-residential sewer guidelines the minimum non-residential sewer charge must not be less then the residential charge for 2012/2013 ie $434.00

WASTE MANAGEMENT ANNUAL CHARGES 151

Domestic Waste Management Service Charge - Urban Residential (charge is per service supplied)

C

Each

262.50

270.00

N/A

270.00

152

Domestic Waste Management Service Charge - Rural Residential (charge is per service supplied)

C

Each

262.50

270.00

N/A

270.00

90

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


infrastructure services. 153

Domestic Waste Management Service Charge - Additional Bin Service (either General, Recyle or Greenwaste)

C

Each

87.50

90.00

N/A

90.00

154

Domestic Waste Management Service Charge - Lake Albert/ Springvale not using Council service

C

Each

25.00

27.50

N/A

25.50

155

Commercial Waste Management Service Charge - Urban Commercial

C

Each

262.50

270.00

N/A

270.00

156

Commercial Waste Management Service Charge - Additional Urban Commercial Service

C

Each

173.00

178.00

N/A

178.00

157

Commercial Waste Management Service Charge - Small Strata Properties

C

Each

87.50

90.00

N/A

90.00

158

Waste Management Service Charge - Vacant Land

C

Each

27.00

27.50

N/A

27.50

91

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


planning & development. IteM Particulars No

Pricing Basis Policy ID

2013/2012 2013/14 Existing Fee Fee excl GST

GST

2013/14 Total Fee

(including GST as applicable)

PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIC PLANNING Planning Proposal Consideration (LEP/DCP Preparation Fees) 1

Planning Proposal (PP) preparation relating to rezoning request. Minimum lodgement fee of $5,000 (GST INCL) but actual cost to be determined by a Policy of Practice Note in relation to a request(s) to prepare rezoning LEP and DCP amendments.

C

Each

5,000.00

4,545.45

454.55

5,000.00

2

Development Control Plan (DCP) preparation

C

Each

4,000.00

3,636.36

363.64

4,000.00

Document Fees 3

Wagga Wagga Local Environmental Plan 2010 (written document)

E

Each

57.00

57.00

N/A

57.00

4

Wagga Wagga Local Environmental Plan 2010 map set (A3 set)

E

Each

247.00

247.00

N/A

247.00

5

Wagga Wagga Local Environmental Plan 2010 map set (A1 set)

E

Each

98.00

98.00

N/A

98.00

6

Additional A1 sheets

E

Each

17.00

17.00

N/A

17.00

7

Wagga Wagga Development Control plan 2010 (written document)

E

Each

72.00

72.00

N/A

72.00

8

Wagga Wagga LEP & DCP documents and maps on CD

E

Each

26.00

26.00

N/A

26.00

9

Development Contribution Plans Section 94, Section 94A, Stormwater and Sewerage DSP - copy

E

Each

52.00

52.00

N/A

52.00

C

Each Space

25,300.00

23,000.00

2,300.00

25,300.00

285.00+

285.00+

N/A

285.00+

Miscellaneous Fees 10

Car Parking Cash Contribution - CBD

Development Application (DA) Fees 11

92

D.A. Fee for Advertisements - $285, plus $93 for each advertisement in excess of one

A

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

Each


planning & development. 12

D.A. Fee (not involving erection of building, carrying out of work or subdivision of land)

A

Each

285.00

285.00

N/A

285.00

13

D.A. Fee (Dwelling with estimated construction cost $100,000 or less)

A

Each

455.00

455.00

N/A

455.00

14

D.A. Fee - Subdivisions not involving opening of public road ($330.00 plus $53.00 for each additional lot created by the subdivision)

A

Each

330.00+

330.00+

N/A

330.00+

15

D.A. Fee Subdivisions involving opening of public road ($665.00 plus $65.00 for each additional lot created by the subdivision)

A

Each

665.00+

665.00+

N/A

665.00+

16

D.A. Fee Strata Subdivision ($330.00 plus $65.00 for each additional lot created by the subdivision)

A

Each

330.00+

330.00+

N/A

330.00+

17

D.A. Fee (estimated cost up to $5,000)

A

Each

110.00

110.00

N/A

110.00

18

D.A. Fee (estimated cost $5,001 to $50,000) $170, plus an additional $3 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) of the estimated cost

A

Each

170.00+

170.00+

N/A

170.00+

19

D.A. Fee (estimated cost $50,001 - $250,000) $352, plus an additional $3.64 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) by which the estimated cost exceeds $50,000

A

Each

352.00+

352.00+

N/A

352.00+

20

D.A. Fee (estimated cost $250,001 $500,000) - $1,160, plus an additional $2.34 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) by which the estimated cost exceeds $250,000

A

Each

1,160.00+

1,160.00+

N/A

1,160.00+

21

D.A. Fee (estimated cost $500,001 $1,000,000) - $1,745, plus an additional $1.64 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) by which the estimated cost exceeds $500,000

A

Each

1,745.00+

1,797.00+

N/A

1,797.00

22

D.A. Fee (estimated cost $1,000,001 $10,000,000) - $2,615, plus an additional $1.44 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) by which the estimated cost exceeds $1,000,000

A

Each

2,615.00

2,615.00

N/A

2,615.00

93

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


planning & development. 23

D.A. Fee (estimated cost of more than $10,000,000) $15,875, plus an additional $1.19 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) by which the estimated cost exceeds $10,000,000

A

Each

24

D.A. Fee - Modification of plans, documents, etc. prior to issue of consent (plus advertising fee if required)

C

Each

25

Director General Fee (formerly PlanFirst) (estimated cost > $50,000) (in addition to D.A. Fee)

A

Other

26

Concurrence Fee for Concurrence Authority per Body (in addition to D.A. Fee)

A

Each

27

Integrated Development Approval Fee for approval body - per body (in addition to D.A. Fee)

A

Each

28

Administration Fee for Integrated Development or Development Requiring Concurrence (in addition to D.A. Fee and concurrence/ integrated fee)

A

Each

29

Residential flat development (required to be referred to a design review panel under SEPP 65) (in addition to D.A. Fee)

A

30

Site Compatibility Certificate (required to be referred to Director General Under SEPP Affordable Rental) $265.00 plus $42.00 for each dwelling (must not exceed $5,580.00)

31

Site Compatibility Certificate (required to be referred to Director General Under SEPP Infrastructure) $265.00 plus $265.00 for each hectare (must not exceed $5,580.00)

94

15,875.00

15,875.00

N/A

15,875.00

Minimum $55 or 25% of original fee (whichever is the greater) + GST

Minimum $55 or 25% of original fee (whichever is the greater) + GST

N/A

Minimum $55 or 25% of original fee (whichever is the greater) + GST

0.064 in the $

0.064 in the $

N/A

0.064 in the $

320.00

N/A

320.00

320.00

N/A

320.00

140.00

140.00

N/A

140.00

Each

760.00

760.00

N/A

760.00

A

Each

265.00+

265.00+

N/A

265.00+

A

Each

265.00+

265.00+

N/A

265.00+

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

320.00


planning & development. 32

Site Compatibility Certificate (required to be referred to Director General Under SEPP Seniors Housing) $280.00 plus $45.00 per bed in residential care facility or $45.00 per dwelling in the development (must not exceed $5,580.00)

A

Each

280.00+

280.00+

N/A

280.00+

33

Designated Development (in addition to D.A. Fee)

A

Each

920.00

920.00

N/A

920.00

34

Advertising - basic fee (in addition to D.A. Fee) Clause 252 of EPA Regs 2000

C

Each

330.00

330.00

N/A

330.00

35

Advertising - designated development (in addition to D.A. Fee)

A

Each

2,220.00

2,220.00

N/A

2,220.00

36

Extension of Consent (S.95A)

D

Each

55.00

57.00

N/A

57.00

Modification of Consent Fees 37

D.A. Modification of consent: S.96(1) (minor error, misdescription or miscalculation)

A

Each

71.00

71.00

N/A

71.00

38

D.A. Modification of consent: S.96(1) (Council error)

A

Each

Nil

Nil

N/A

Nil

39

D.A. Modification of consent: S.96(1A) or S.96AA(1) (minimal environmental impact)

A

Each

50% of original DA fee or $645 whichever is the lesser

50% of original DA fee or $645 whichever is the lesser

N/A

50% of original DA fee or $645 whichever is the lesser

40

D.A. Modification of consent: S.96(2) (not of minimal environmental impact) where fee for original DA was less than $100

A

Each

50% of original DA fee

50% of original DA fee

N/A

50% of original DA fee

41

D.A. Modification of consent: S.96(2) (not of minimal environmental impact) not involving the erection of a building, the carrying out of a work or the demolition of a work or building

A

Each

50% of original DA fee

50% of original DA fee

N/A

50% of original DA fee

42

D.A. Modification of consent: S.96(2) (not of minimal environmental impact) for the erection of a dwelling-house with an estimated cost of construction of $100,000 or less

A

Each

190.00

190.00

N/A

190.00

43

D.A. Modification of consent: S.96(2) (not of minimal environmental impact) (estimated cost up to $5,000)

A

Each

55.00

55.00

N/A

55.00

95

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


planning & development. 44

D.A. Modification of consent: S.96(2) (not of minimal environmental impact) (estimated cost $5,001 - $250,000) $85, plus an additional $1.50 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) of the estimated cost

A

Each

85.00+

85.00+

N/A

85.00+

45

D.A. Modification of consent: S.96(2) (not of minimal environmental impact) (estimated cost $250,001–$500,000) $500, plus an additional $0.85 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) by which the estimated cost exceeds $250,000

A

Each

500.00+

500.00+

N/A

500.00+

46

D.A. Modification of consent: S.96(2) (not of minimal environmental impact) (estimated cost $500,001–$1,000,000) $712, plus an additional $0.50 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) by which the estimated cost exceeds $500,000

A

Each

712.00+

712.00+

N/A

712.00+

47

D.A. Modification of consent: S.96(2) (not of minimal environmental impact) (estimated cost $1,000,001– $10,000,000) - $987, plus an additional $0.40 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) by which the estimated cost exceeds $1,000,000

A

Each

987.00+

987.00+

N/A

987.00+

48

D.A. Modification of consent: S.96(2) (not of minimal environmental impact) (estimated cost more than $10,000,000) - $4,737, plus an additional $0.27 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) by which the estimated cost exceeds $10,000,000

A

Each

4,737.00+

4,737.00+

N/A

4,737.00+

Review of Determination Fees 49

D.A. Review of determination: S.82A for the erection of a dwelling-house with an estimated cost of construction of $100,000 or less

A

Each

190.00

190.00

N/A

190.00

50

D.A. Review of determination: S.82A not involving the erection of a building, the carrying out of a work or the demolition of a work or building

A

Each

50% of original DA fee

50% of original DA fee

N/A

50% of original DA fee

96

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


planning & development. 51

D.A. Review of determination: S.82A (estimated cost up to $5,000)

A

Each

55.00

55.00

N/A

55.00

52

D.A. Review of determination: S.82A (estimated cost $5,001 - $250,000) - $85, plus an additional $1.50 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) of the estimated cost

A

Each

85.00+

85.00+

N/A

85.00+

53

D.A. Review of determination: S.82A (estimated cost $250,001–$500,000) $500, plus an additional $0.85 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) by which the estimated cost exceeds $250,000

A

Each

500.00+

500.00+

N/A

500.00+

54

D.A. Review of determination: S.82A (estimated cost $500,001 - $1,000,000) - $712  plus an additional $0.50 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) by which the estimated cost exceeds $500,000

A

Each

712.00+

712.00+

N/A

712.00+

55

D.A. Review of determination: S.82A (estimated cost $1,000,001– $10,000,000) - $987, plus an additional $0.40 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) by which the estimated cost exceeds $1,000,000

A

Each

987.00+

987.00+

N/A

987.00+

56

D.A. Review of determination: S.82A (estimated cost more than $10,000,000) - $4,737, plus an additional $0.27 for each $1,000 (or part of $1,000) by which the estimated cost exceeds $10,000,000

A

Each

4,737.00+

4,737.00+

N/A

4,737.00+

57

D.A. Review of Decision - to reject a Development Application (estimated cost of development less than $100,000)

A

Each

55.00

N/A

55.00

58

D.A. Review of Decision - to reject a Development Application (estimated cost of development $100,000 - $1,000,000)

A

Each

150.00

N/A

150.00

97

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


planning & development. 59

D.A. Review of Decision - to reject a Development Application (estimated cost of development greater than $1,000,000)

A

Each

250.00

N/A

250.00

Construction Certificates (CC) and Complying Development Certificates (CDC) Application Fees - Building 60

CC or CDC Fee (estimated cost up to $5,000) - $140 plus an additional 0.5% of the estimated cost

C

Each

140.00+

144.00+

N/A

144.00+

61

CC or CDC Fee (estimated cost exceeding $5,000 but not exceeding $100,000) - $175 plus an additional 0.3% of the estimated cost exceeding over $5,000

C

Each

175.00+

180.00+

N/A

180.00+

62

CC or CDC Fee (estimated cost exceeding $100,000 but not exceeding $250,000) - $491 plus an additional 0.2% of the estimated cost over $100,000

C

Each

491.00+

506.00+

N/A

506.00+

63

CC or CDC Fee (estimated cost exceeding $250,000 but not exceeding $1,000,000) - $822 plus an additional 0.1% of the estimated cost over $250,000

C

Each

822.00+

847.00+

N/A

847.00+

64

CC or CDC Fee (estimated cost exceeding $1,000,000) - $1,645 plus an additional 0.05% of the estimated cost over $1,000,000

C

Each

1,645.00+

1,694.00+

N/A

1,694.00+

65

Amendment to Application for a CC or CDC

C

Each

40% original fee with minimum of $62

N/A

40% original fee with minimum of $62

66

Registration fee for CDC & Part 4A Certificate (per certificate)

A

Each

36.00

36.00

N/A

36.00

67

Fee for Council to act as the Principal Certifying Authority for construction certificates/ complying development certificates (where Council doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t issue construction certificate) (application fee only)

C

Each

350.00

327.27

32.73

360.00

Construction Certificate Inspection Fees - Building 98

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


planning & development. 68

Building Inspection fee (including reinspections) - within 30 kms of Council Chambers

C

Each

135.30

126.36

12.64

139.00

69

Building Inspection fee (including reinspections) - outside of 30 kms of Council Chambers

C

Each

198.00

185.45

18.55

204.00

70

Boarding House Inspection Fee

C

Each

$250.00 plus an additional 50 cents per m2 over 200m2

$250.00 plus an additional 50 cents per m2 over 200m2

Construction Certificate Application Fees - Subdivision 71

CC Fee - $150 plus 0.5% of the first $5,000 of the estimated cost plus 0.3% of next $95000 of the estimated cost plus 0.2% of the next $150,000 of the estimated cost plus 0.1% of the estimated cost in excess of $250,000

C

Each

150.00+

155.00+

N/A

155.00+

Construction Certificate Inspection Fees - Subdivision 72

Quality control inspections subdivisions (and associated works) (per inspection)

C

Each

220.00

226.36

22.64

249.00

Subdivision Certificate Application Fees 73

Subdivision Certificate $240 plus $50 per lot

C

Each

240.00+

247.00+

N/A

247.00+

74

Subdivision Certificate resigning (per sheet)

C

Each

143.00

139.09

13.91

153.00

Building Certificates Application Fees 75

Building Certificate for part of a building (consisting of an external wall only or does not otherwise have a floor area)

A

Each

250.00

250.00

N/A

250.00

76

Building Certificate (Class 1 or 10 buildings)

A

Each

250.00

250.00

N/A

250.00

77

Building Certificate (Class 2 to 9 buildings) (<= 200m2)

A

Each

250.00

250.00

N/A

250.00

78

Building Certificate (Class 2 to 9 buildings) (> 200m2 and <= 2000m2) - $210, plus an additional 50 cents per m2 over 200

A

Each + per m2

79

Building Certificate (Class 2 to 9 buildings) (> 2000m2) - $1,165, plus an additional 7.5 cents per m2 over 2,000

A

Each + per m2

$250 plus an additional 50 cents per m2 over 200m2

$250 plus an additional 50 cents per m2 over 200m2

1,165.00+

99

1,165.00+

N/A $250 plus an additional 50 cents per m2 over 200m2

N/A

1,165.00+

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


planning & development. 80

Building Certificate copy (duplicate)

A

Each

13.00

13.00

N/A

13.00

Each

90.00

90.00

N/A

90.00

Building Certificates Inspection Fees 81

Building Certificate Reinspection Fee

A

Section 68 Approval Fees - Building 82

Part A(1) - Install a manufactured home, moveable dwelling or associated structure on land

C

Each

330.00

330.00

N/A

330.00

83

Part F(4) - Install a domestic oil or solid fuel heating appliance, other than a portable appliance

C

Each

160.00

206.00

N/A

206.00

Section 68 Inspection Fees - Building 84

Inspection fee (reinspections) - within 30 kms of Council Chambers

C

Each

147.40

138.18

13.82

152.00

85

Inspection fee (reinspections) - outside of 30 kms of Council Chambers

C

Each

218.90

204.54

20.46

225.00

Section 68 Approval Fees - Plumbing 86

Private Internal Sewer/ Drainage Works under Part B(4) - Carry out sewerage work and/ or Part B(5) - Carry out stormwater drainage work and/or Part B(6) Connect a private drain or sewer with a public drain or sewer under the control of a Council or with a drain or sewer which connects with such a public drain or sewer (Note 1: Section 68 Plumbing Approvals (Part B) include 3 inspections - additional required inspections and re-inspections charged at nominated rate) (Note 2: Section 68 Plumbing Approvals (Part B) include 9 fixtures additional fixtures charged at nominated rate)

C

Each

330.00

300.00

30.00

330.00

87

Additional Plumbing/ Drainage fixtures (per fixture/per application). Note: Standard Section 68 Plumbing Approvals (Part B) include 9 fixtures per application

C

Each

27.00

28.00

N/A

28.00

Section 68 Plumbing Inspection Fees 100

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


planning & development. 88

Sewer and Plumbing Permits - inspection of un-permitted work (per hour)

C

Per Hour

231.00

216.36

21.64

238.00

89

Sewer and Plumbing Inspection Fee Commercial/Industrial (per hour)

C

Per Hour

253.00

236.36

23.64

260.00

90

Sewer and Plumbing Inspection Fee - within 30 kms of Council Chambers

C

Each

126.50

118.18

11.82

130.00

91

Sewer and Plumbing Inspection Fee - outside of 30 kms of Council Chambers

C

Each

187.00

175.45

17.55

193.00

92

Minor Works Permit Private (Plumbing) - 1 fixture only or less than 10 metres of stormwater pipe. Fee includes 2 inspections

C

Each

165.00

154.55

15.45

170.00

93

Amended Section 68 Application (Parts A, B, E and F) - 50% of original base application fee

C

Each

N/A

50% of original cost

94

CCTV Inspection for sewer and stormwater

C

Linear metre

1.82

0.18

2.00

300.00

30.00

330.00

50.00

N/A

50.00

50% of original cost

Section 68 Approval Fees - Engineering 95

Public Sewer/Drainage Infrastructure Works under Part B(4) - Carry out sewerage work and/ or Part B(5) - Carry out stormwater drainage work and/or Part B(6) Connect a private drain or sewer with a public drain or sewer under the control of a Council or with a drain or sewer which connects with such a public drain or sewer (includes site inspection only - other inspections as per fees and charges schedule)

C

Each

96

Kerb and Gutter/ Footpath Bond administration fee

C

Each

330.00

Section 68 Engineering Inspection Fees 97

Quality control inspections (per inspection)

C

Each

220.00

200.00

20.00

220.00

Section 68 Approval Fees - Planning 98

Part F(1) - Operate a public car park

C

Each

330.00

330.00

N/A

330.00

99

Part F(2) - Operate a caravan park or camping ground

C

Each

330.00

330.00

N/A

330.00

101

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan


planning & development. 100

Part F(3) - Operate a manufactured home estate

C

Each

101

Inspection fee (reinspections) - within 30 kms of Council Chambers for Part F1,2 and 3 of Section 68 LGA 1993

C

102

Inspection fee (reinspections) - outside 30 kms of Council Chambers for Part F1,2 and 3 of Section 68 LGA 1993

103

330.00

N/A

330.00

Each

133.64

13.36

147.00

C

Each

133.64

13.36

147.00

Section 735A Certificate Fee

D

Each

120.00

120.00

N/A

120.00

104

Section 149(2) Certificate Fee

A

Each

53.00

53.00

N/A

53.00

105

Section 149(5) Certificate (in addition to 149(2) Certificate Fee)

A

Each

80.00

80.00

N/A

80.00

106

Sewer Diagrams

C

Each

96.00

96.00

N/A

96.00

107

Certified copy of a document, map or plan (S.262 of Regs)

A

Each

53.00

53.00

N/A

53.00

108

Annual Fire Safety Administration/ Registration Fee

C

Each

80.00

80.00

N/A

80.00

109

Occupation of Uncompleted Building (Inspection)

C

Each

150.00

136.36

13.64

150.00

110

Occupation of Temporary Dwellings or Occupation of Land upon which Dwelling House is to be erected

C

Each

150.00

136.36

13.64

150.00

111

Swimming Pool Compliance Certificate (included initial inspection only)

C

Each

150.00

136.36

13.64

150.00

112

NSW Swimming pool Registration Fee Council to Register

C

Each

10.00

N/A

10.00

113

Swimming Pool Exemption Application

C

Each

136.36

13.64

150.00

114

Swimming Safety Mandatory Inspection Fee (includes two inspections per certificate)

A

Per Certificate

136.36

13.64

150.00

115

Shadow Diagram Kit (Shadow Diagram Wagga LGA Shadow Diagrams)

C

Each

181.82

18.18

200.00

116

Long Service Leave Levy (0.35% of estimated cost of all building and subdivision work valued $25,000 and over)

A

102

Combined Delivery Program & Operational Plan

330.00

150.00

200.00

0.35% of estimated cost of works over $25,000

N/A

0.35% of estimated cost of works over $25,000


planning & development. 117

Section 94, Section 94A and Section 64 Contributions are charged as per the current S94, S94A and S64 Plans (figures are updated quarterly in accordance with CPI movements)

C

As Legislated

118

Quality control inspections - for works not requiring construction certificate or section 68 approval subdivisions (and associated works) (per inspection)

C

Each

220.00

200.00

20.00

220.00

119

NSW Fire and Rescue Fire Assessment Fee

A

Each

2,860.00

2,860.00

286.00

3,146.00

120

BAL (Bush Fire Attack level) Assessment Certificate Fee

C

Each

450.00

421.82

42.18

464.00

121

Awning Structural Safety Review and Annual Registration Fee

C

Each

95.00

86.36

8.64

95.00

122

Principal Certifier Signage

C

Each

5.00

4.68

0.47

5.15

103

As Legislated

N/A

As Legislated

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