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About Liverpool City Council

Liverpool City Council is positioned to lead its community through immense change over the next 10 years. With a rapidly increasing population, the construction of Western Sydney Airport and the development of Liverpool's city centre as an innovative health, education and lifestyle precinct, Council is committed to continual collaboration with residents and stakeholders.

Council and residents place a high value on the city’s tradition of diversity and inclusion. Council will deliver innovative and practical services and cultivate a place and community that is connected.

Liverpool City Council governs 42 suburbs and helps the local community in the following ways:

  • By providing services, facilities, resources and support to the community;
  • By protecting the community to make sure it is safe and clean;
  • By preventing harmful influences such as excessive noise and pollution
  • By planning services, facilities and developments affecting our future;
  • By representing Liverpool to other areas of government.

Maps of Liverpool

Our Home Liverpool 2027

Our Home Liverpool 2027 is Liverpool's new Community Strategic Plan. It outlines a 10 year plan to transform Liverpool into an inclusive place to learn and grow and to become the destination of choice for business, investment, living and recreation.

The plan identifies four strategic directions which have been developed following extensive community consultation. Each direction includes a number of community goals and Council strategies which will achieve the community's vision for Liverpool . Our Home Liverpool 2027 was adopted by Council at its meeting on 26th April 2017 and commences on 1st July 2017.

Four Year Delivery Program, Operational Plan and Budget

Liverpool's Delivery Program and Operational Plan is aligned with the 10 year Our Home, Liverpool 2027 plan.

The Delivery Program is Council’s four year action plan that turns the goals of the Community Strategic Plan into actions. The Operational Plan is Council’s one year action plan, which includes the annual budget and the Statement of Revenue Policy (fees and charges).

Council will report on these plans twice a year in accordance with local government legislation.

The Delivery Program, Operational Plan & Budget was adopted by Council at its meeting on 28th June 2017.

Click here to view an interactive map of all the major capital works which will be delivered in 2017-18

Past Plans

4 Year Delivery Program, Operational Plan & Budget 2016-2017

Supporting Strategies

The Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework recognises the need for holistic planning and draws on a range of strategies to ensure that Council’s actions are able to be resourced and delivered.

These supporting strategies create a comprehensive planning framework for Council to deliver actions that are community focused.

Disability Inclusion Action Plan

The Disability Inclusion Action Plan is Council’s commitment to improving access to services, facilities and job for people with a disability. It is a four-year plan that contains actions for Council departments to ensure that people with a disability are able to fully participate in their communities.

Cultural Strategy

This is Council's Cultural Strategy to support and develop a thriving creative culture in Liverpool. It provides a platform to articulate priorities in the arts and culture to transform Liverpool into a vibrant and engaging city that delivers captivating and inspiring activities for all residents and visitors. Most importantly, it defines Council’s role and commitment to meeting the cultural needs of the city.

The Strategy is driven by four strategic directions:

  • Enhance
  • Generate
  • Promote
  • Celebrate.

The action plan sets out how Council will enhance existing cultural activities and generate opportunities for cultural participation to meet the needs of Liverpool’s growing and diverse community.

Resourcing Strategy

There are four parts to the Resourcing Strategy:

It is the critical link between the strategic goals of the Community Strategic Plan and the actions in the Delivery Program. It identifies the resources of time, money, assets and people required to carry them out. The Resourcing Strategy is updated annually with the development of each Operational Plan and reviewed every four years when the Community Strategic Plan is renewed.

Annual Report

The Local Government Act (1993) requires councils to prepare an annual report by 30th November each year. The report is intended as a measure of how well Council has achieved the outcomes anticipated in their management plans and contains a copy of Council's audited financial statements.

Annual Report 2016-17

Annual Report 2015-16

Annual Report 2016-17 Highlights

Annual Financial Statements

End Of Term Report August 2016

Achievements of the Council in implementing the 10 year Community Strategic Plan from July 2012 to June 2016

LCC Capital Works 2017-2018