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Annual Business Plan 2018/19

The Annual Business Plan (Plan) provides an overview of all activities undertaken by Council and the resources to be applied to each of them, along with details of the proposed capital works program. The Plan also includes the draft Rating Policy which determines the impact that rates will have on individual properties.

The draft plan has now been completed and we are eager to hear your thoughts and feedback. If you would like to get involved, make a submission below.

Consultation is open from 30 April until 25 May 2018

Thank you for your interest in this project.




The Annual Business Plan (Plan) provides an overview of all activities undertaken by Council and the resources to be applied to each of them, along with details of the proposed capital works program. The Plan also includes the draft Rating Policy which determines the impact that rates will have on individual properties.

The draft plan has now been completed and we are eager to hear your thoughts and feedback. If you would like to get involved, make a submission below.

Consultation is open from 30 April until 25 May 2018

Thank you for your interest in this project.




Ask us anything about the draft 2018/19 Annual Business Plan. We will respond as soon as possible. Your question and our response will be posted publically online unless we deem it unsuitable or if you indicate in your question that you do not want it to be published.

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  • When can you bring back hard rubbish collection

    HelenP asked 21 days ago

    The Draft 2018/19 Annual Business Plan captures the service delivery of a kerbside hard waste collection which would see a once off annual ‘at call’ hard waste collection service available to residents per rateable residential property (subject to a proposed 2018/19 budget of $68,785). 

    The collection is subject to quantity limits and material types and if approved, bookings would be made directly with East Waste (Adelaide Hills Council’s waste subsidiary).  For materials that cannot be disposed of via the hard waste kerbside collection a comprehensive A-Z Guide to Waste Reduction can be found on Council's website.