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The annual report outlines council's operations, activities and financial performance.
Moreton Bay Regional Council's current and previous budget and operational plans.
Prepared in partnership with community groups, businesses, state agencies and most importantly local residents.
The corporate plan responds directly to the Moreton Bay Region vision, which was developed in partnership with the community.
Councils use Local Laws to respond to issues and community needs within a local context and to achieve key strategic policy objectives.
Policies guide Council, staff and the community to ensure matters are handled in a fair and consistent manner.
Council aims to encourage visitation, improve the amenity of public spaces and create active and vibrant places through Activation Master Plans.
Provide insights into the local community and economy of the region, from population demographics to the region's workforce.
This strategy represents a shared council and community vision for the continued growth of arts and culture in the region.
Outlines council's commitment to improving the accessibility and inclusiveness of information, services and facilities.
How Council is capitalising on the region's exceptional economic growth and maximising opportunities.
Council has completed a number of flood studies and investigation reports.
The aim of the plan is to minimise the impact of hazards on local communities by ensuring a coordinated approach and effort towards risk management.
These documents outline a range of maintenance activities for canals and foreshores in the region.
Background studies and LGIP extrinsic material that informed the Planning Scheme and Infrastructure Plan.
This shows what information Council routinely makes available and how it can be accessed.
Council is committed to sustainable waste and recycling practices in partnership with residents and local businesses.
Moreton Bay Region is one of Australia’s fastest growing regions. Our regional population is forecast to grow from 459,600 to approx 690,000 by 2041.