2.1.1 In partnership with the community, a City recognised for its diversity, its range of local attractions, its local history, character, heritage and stories
Year on year increase in the satisfaction rating from the Resident Satisfaction Survey of a city recognised for its range of local attractions, its local history, character, heritage and stories.
Year on year increase in the number of Heritage Grant applications received.
2.1.2 A city recognised for high quality and interesting design and built form
Year on year increase in community satisfaction relating to building design.
Year on year increase in community satisfaction rating in respect to development across our city.
2.1.3 Diverse development is encouraged on Main Road corridors
Annual review of the outcomes of the Urban Corridor Zone relative to our vision of diversity.
Complete Urban Corridor Zone & Interface Areas DPA by end of 2016/2017.
2.2.1 Look after what we love; the character, native fauna, stories, neighbourhoods, people, parks and colour
Year on year increase on the baseline of 80% satisfaction rating from the Resident Satisfaction Survey (relating to Parks).
2.2.2 Engaging and innovative Parks which provide a range of accessible leisure opportunities
The Open Space Strategy is endorsed, budgeted and implemented each year as outlined in the strategy.
2.2.3 A community involved in design, maintenance and upgrade of our parks and places
Year on year increase towards a minimum of 10% of local residents involved in the design, upgrade and maintenance of parks and places.
2.2.4 Public art across the City that inspires and delights community and visitors
High levels of feedback (reaction) to new installations of public art.
2.3.1 Key areas are accessible and linked
Finalise Master Plan by end of 2017/2018 and establish one (1) upgraded East-West connection by 2020.
2.3.2 Connected/ integrated bicycle and pedestrian networks across the City and linked to other areas
Partner with the Australian Bicycle Council to include Prospect within the biennial National Cycling Participation Survey to measure users of the Prospect network.
2.3.3 A City well serviced by public transport
Increase in the level of public transport services particularly addressing peak hour issues.
Year on year 5% increase in patronage of community transport options.
2.4.1 Attractive streets with leafy tree canopies
Identify all streets that will not achieve “green tunnel” street canopy coverage by the end of 2016 and incorporate into the program for 2017/18.
2.4.2 A City recognised for its flora, fauna and biodiversity
Thriving gardens and verges under Council’s control.
2.4.3 Committed to having a reduced environmental footprint
Year on year reduction in our environmental footprint for all of Council’s activities.
2.4.4 ‘Green’ strategies are established within development activities across the City
All Development Approvals to have landscaping conditions (where appropriate) which are enforceable and that our policies support this position.