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Budget

Annual Operational Budget 

The annual operational budget details Council's allocation of expenditure against the Operational Plan. The annual Operational Plan is the implementing part of Council’s integrated and planning reporting framework. It narrows the actions and projects specific to the budget year and outlines activities to be undertaken for the year.

 2012/13

Budget Review Statements: made in accordance with clause 203(2) of the Local Government (General) Regulations 2005.
View and download the Quarterly Budget Review Statement: March 2013 as a PDF

End of year Financial Statement
On the 30 June each year Council's budget is independently audited and a Financial Statement is produced showing Council's financial position.
View and download the Financial Statement for the year ended 30 June 2013 as a PDF

 2011/12

End of year Financial Statement
On the 30 June each year Council's budget is independently audited and a Financial Statement is produced showing Council's financial position.
View and download the Financial Statement for the year ended 30 June 2012 as a PDF

Fees and Charges

  • Fees and Charges 
    Each year Council is required to determine fees and charges for services it provides. The fees and charges are made up of fees provided under relevant Acts, fees determined by Council and also recommendations from the Local Government and Shires Associations of NSW. Section 608 (1) of the Local Government Act 1993, provides that "a Council may charge and recover an approved fee for any service it provides..."Subsection 2 describes the services for which an approved fee may be charged. These include: Supplying a service, product or commodity; Giving information. Providing a service in connection with the exercise of a Council’s regulatory functions - including receiving an application for approval, granting an approval, making an inspection or issuing a certificate. Allowing admission to any building or enclosure. View and download the Fees and Charges as a PDF
  • Revenue Policy
    The Revenue Policy sets out the charging principles and philosophy behind setting the ordinary rate and additional charges for the year. View and download the Revenue Policy as a

Strategies and Plans

  • Resourcing Strategy (Bega Valley 2012-2016)
    The Resourcing Strategy is the critical link between the Community Strategic Plan and the Delivery Plan, detailing the provision of resources required to implement strategies established by the Community Strategic Plan for which Council is responsible. The purpose of the Resourcing Strategy is to identify the staff and financial resources required to provide and maintain assets and services at levels established in the Delivery Plan. View and download the Resourcing Strategy as a PDF
  • Long Term Financial Plan 
    The Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP) is an important part of Council’s strategic planning process. This is the point where long-term community aspirations and goals are tested against financial realities. It is also where Council and the community may decide what resources councils need to influence and work with other parties that they might deliver on responsibilities. The LTFP will seek to answer the questions: Can we survive the pressures of the future? What are the opportunities for future income and economic growth? Can we afford what the community wants? How can we go about achieving these outcomes? View the 2015 Long Term Financial Plan.

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