Council Endorsement

The Asset Management Plan for Council Buildings 2021-2030 has now been endorsed by Council and is available for viewing here.

Draft Council Buildings Asset Management Plan

The Draft Council Owned Buildings Infrastructure Asset Management Plan 2021-2030 (view here) or in the document library, is currently under review and community consultation pursuant to the Local Government Act 1999 Chapter 8, Part 1 Strategic Management Plans: Section 122.

A report was presented the Asset Management Committee on Monday 18 November 2019 Item 3.111 view here, and endorsed by Council on Monday 25 November, 2019 to commence consultation on the draft Council Owned Building Asset Management Plan.

The City of Charles Sturt embraces some of Adelaide’s oldest suburban developments with many housing and business facilities dating back many years. Over time and under current and previous organisation guidance the area has grown to include many diverse services utilising a mixture of infrastructure and soft assets. For many years the City has grown both in size and demand with the coming years being no different in reflecting the State’s 30 year plan for growth. Asset age and therefore intervening investment to ensure maintained condition and service continues to provide the organisation and its staff with a challenge.

Asset Management Plans (AMP) are an important tool in balancing investment in both growth and maintenance.

This plan contributes to achieving the appropriate balance of social, cultural, environmental and economic services; the keys to sustainability. Whilst assets are about the physical; at the forefront to this planning is our community – the current and future users of the assets.

The Council Building network is comprised of:

  • Sporting Clubrooms
  • Commercial Buildings
  • Aged Accommodation Units
  • Council Occupied (Civic) Buildings
  • Libraries
  • Community Centres
  • Community Halls
  • Public Toilets

These Council Building assets, which is a subset of the building financial classification have a current replacement cost of $184m (as at 30 June 2019).