Key Planning Documents and Reports

Local Governments in NSW are required to undertake their planning and reporting activities in accordance with the Local Government Act 1993 and the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005.  In 2009 the Local Government Act was amended to create an Integrated Planning and Reporting (IP&R) requirement.  As at 30 June 2012 NSW Councils are required to be working within the IP&R Framework.

A greater emphasis is placed on longer term planning, this includes the preparation of a 10-year Community Strategic Plan, a four-year Delivery Program and a 1-year Operational Plan.

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The Annual Report provides advice to residents, ratepayers and Government on the financial and operational performance of Upper Hunter Shire Council. It is an important means of ensuring that Council is accountable to our community.

2023 - 2024

2022 - 2023

2021 - 2022

The End of Term Report is a document aimed at providing a snapshot of  Upper Hunter Shire Council and its achievements over the four year term of Council. The Report outlines how Council progressed the leadership objectives of the Community Strategic Plan during its 4 year Council term and also examines Council's aspirations for the future of the Upper Hunter Shire.


The Resourcing Strategy underpins Council’s Integrated Planning and Reporting (IP&R) Framework and demonstrates how the Community Strategic Plan (CSP) 2027 will be resourced.  The Resourcing Strategy must include provision for long term financial planning, workforce management planning and asset management planning.  This is identified on the Upper Hunter Shire Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework.


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