Draft Annual Business Plan 2023 - 2024 and Budget & Proposed Rating Structure Change

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The consultation for the Annual Business Plan has concluded. Thank you to all for your feedback.

Thank you to those who participated and provided their feedback.

All documents are available for download in our document library.

The 2023-24 Annual Business Plan is live on the AHC website on the Council Strategies and Plans • Adelaide Hills Council (ahc.sa.gov.au) page.

The three documents published include:

  1. 2023-24 Annual Business Plan
  2. 2023-24 ABP Summary
  3. 2023-24 Capital Works Program



Thank you for taking the time find out more about:

  • Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget 2023-24 / Capital Works Program
  • Proposed Rating Structure Change

Tips for participating

  • We encourage you to review all the documents relating to this consultation before taking the time to provide your feedback (you can find them in the document library).
  • We’ve also collated some FAQs which may help answer some of your questions.
  • Ask us a question using the Q&A tool on this page.
  • For feedback to be considered it must be received by Council no later than 5pm, Friday 2 June 2022.

Feedback can be provided in a number of ways

  • Preferably using the relevant online feedback forms below
  • Email to engage@ahc.sa.gov.au
  • Mail Community Engagement, 63 Mount Barker Road, Stirling SA 5152
  • Print and send us a hardcopy feedback form which can be printed from the document library on the right or collected from any AHC Library or Customer Service Centre at Gumeracha, Stirling or Woodside.
  • In person, at the Council meeting, Tuesday 23 May, 6:30pm at the Stirling Council Chamber, 63 Mount Barker Rd, Stirling.

What happens with feedback

Your input is really appreciated, and all feedback received during the consultation period will be considered.

Join the May Council meeting

You have the opportunity to register to attend our public Council meeting on Tuesday 23 May 2023 at 6.30pm at the Stirling Council Chamber, 63 Mount Barker Road, Stirling. Click here to register.

Accessibility

If you need assistance to complete the feedback tools or need an alternative format, please email jspier@ahc.sa.gov.au or call 8408 0579.

Further information

You can ask us a question using the Q&A tool below, by email engage@ahc.sa.gov.au or by calling Lachlan Miller on 8408 0400 during business hours.

Thank you to those who participated and provided their feedback.

All documents are available for download in our document library.

The 2023-24 Annual Business Plan is live on the AHC website on the Council Strategies and Plans • Adelaide Hills Council (ahc.sa.gov.au) page.

The three documents published include:

  1. 2023-24 Annual Business Plan
  2. 2023-24 ABP Summary
  3. 2023-24 Capital Works Program



Thank you for taking the time find out more about:

  • Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget 2023-24 / Capital Works Program
  • Proposed Rating Structure Change

Tips for participating

  • We encourage you to review all the documents relating to this consultation before taking the time to provide your feedback (you can find them in the document library).
  • We’ve also collated some FAQs which may help answer some of your questions.
  • Ask us a question using the Q&A tool on this page.
  • For feedback to be considered it must be received by Council no later than 5pm, Friday 2 June 2022.

Feedback can be provided in a number of ways

  • Preferably using the relevant online feedback forms below
  • Email to engage@ahc.sa.gov.au
  • Mail Community Engagement, 63 Mount Barker Road, Stirling SA 5152
  • Print and send us a hardcopy feedback form which can be printed from the document library on the right or collected from any AHC Library or Customer Service Centre at Gumeracha, Stirling or Woodside.
  • In person, at the Council meeting, Tuesday 23 May, 6:30pm at the Stirling Council Chamber, 63 Mount Barker Rd, Stirling.

What happens with feedback

Your input is really appreciated, and all feedback received during the consultation period will be considered.

Join the May Council meeting

You have the opportunity to register to attend our public Council meeting on Tuesday 23 May 2023 at 6.30pm at the Stirling Council Chamber, 63 Mount Barker Road, Stirling. Click here to register.

Accessibility

If you need assistance to complete the feedback tools or need an alternative format, please email jspier@ahc.sa.gov.au or call 8408 0579.

Further information

You can ask us a question using the Q&A tool below, by email engage@ahc.sa.gov.au or by calling Lachlan Miller on 8408 0400 during business hours.

The consultation for the Annual Business Plan has concluded. Thank you to all for your feedback.

Ask us about the:

  • Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget 2023-24 / Capital Works Program
  • Proposed Rating Structure Change

We understand these documents can be complex so we encourage you to ask questions. If you prefer to call to ask a question please get in touch: 8400 0400




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    What category does a nonprofit community sports club eg bowling club come under

    Tony Mik asked about 1 year ago

    Hello Tony, 

    Whilst there are occasionally some differences in the rating treatment of community sporting clubs given that rates are based on their specific land use, land held by non-profit community sports clubs such as bowling or tennis clubs are normally exempt from general rates under the Recreation Grounds Rates and Taxes Exemption Act 1981 ie they are not charged rates.  

    Where a community club is not exempt under the Recreation Grounds Rates and Taxes Exemption Act 1981 and therefore is rateable they would normally fall under the “Other” Land Use Category.  As such under Council’s Change in Rating Structure proposal, they fall under a land use category which it is expected to increase in the order of 6.9% similar to residential and primary production properties with a lower rate increase than otherwise would have occurred with no differential rate changes.  

    Separately where a community sporting club’s property is within Community Wastewater Management Systems (CWMS) area of Council, a service charge for those properties is imposed.  As Council’s CWMS service charges are set to recover the cost to the council of establishing, operating, maintaining, improving and replacing infrastructure no rebates are provided by Council for non-rateable properties ie they receive the same charge as rateable properties.  It is anticipated that is likely to be no increase in the CWMS service charges for the 2023-24 financial year.

    We hope this helps answer your question but please be in touch if you need further information. 

    Kind regards

    Sarah