Moyne Shire Council Plans for the Future

Published on 15 October 2021

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Moyne Shire Council adopted its four-year plan at the October Ordinary Council meeting held online Tuesday, 4 October 2021. 

The Council Plan 2021-25 is Council’s key strategic document, outlining key priorities, policies and strategies to support the aspirations of the community.

Moyne Shire Mayor, Cr Daniel Meade said the community’s feedback underpins the intentions and objectives set out in the Plan. 

“Informed by Council’s Community Vision 2040 and a number of community engagement activities, the new Council Plan is a reflection of what’s truly important to the community and how we will continue to support the people of Moyne to be prosperous, healthy and to feel valued and connected,” Cr Meade said.

“The feedback received from the community during the consultation sessions, has been an integral step in the development of the Plan, and is the basis for delivering solutions that respond to local needs.”

“The community have told us that areas such as the environment, economy and jobs, liveability and wellbeing, services and community facilities, are key to delivering innovative and effective solutions to support the community’s aspirations.”

For the first time, Moyne Shire’s Council Plan incorporates a Municipal Health and Wellbeing Plan, aimed at improving health and wellbeing outcomes.

“The new Plan provides information on how we will collaborate and work in partnership with the community, agencies and other partners to influence planning decisions, improve health and wellbeing actions and deliver positive outcomes for the community.”

“Shaped by the community, the Council Plan is the foundation for achieving our long-term vision, ensuring economic growth, sustainability and prosperity for the people of Moyne,” said Cr Meade.

The Council Plan 2021-25 is available for download on the Moyne Shire website:

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