COMMUNITY REPORT 2015/16 Progressive, diverse, vibrant

  • $43.7M WAS SPENT ON
    CAPITAL WORKS
  • 138KM LOCAL ROADS
  • 50,000 THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE
    THAT FLOCK TO NORTH
    SYDNEY FOR WORK
    OR STUDY
  • 93% OF OPERATIONAL PLAN
    2015/16 ACTIVITIES
    COMPLETED OR ON
    TRACK

YEAR IN NUMBERSVision, Mission & Values

  • 173 PIECES OF OPEN SPACE
    COVERING 145HA
    110KG RESIDENTIAL WASTE SENT
    TO LANDFILL PER PERSON
  • 71,025 ESTIMATED RESIDENT
    POPULATION
  • OUR VISION Shaping a progressive, diverse and vibrant
    North Sydney community.
    MISSION To be leading edge in serving the community
    of North Sydney by caring for its assets,
    improving its appearance and delivering
    services to its people in a financially, socially
    and environmentally responsible manner.
    VALUES
    • SUSTAINABILITY
    • COMMUNITY SERVICE
    • OPEN GOVERNMENT
    • ETHICAL CONDUCT
    • JUSTICE
    • QUALITY
    • TEAMWORK
  • $61.6M OPERATING SURPLUS 61,000M2 ROADS RESHEETED

MAYOR & GM'S MESSAGE

MAYOR'S
MESSAGE

It is with pleasure I present North Sydney Council's Annual Report for 2015/16.

We have continued to drive some major projects this year - one of these projects is the revitalisation of the North Sydney CBD. The importance of revitalising Brett Whitely Place in the CBD cannot be understated. New developments are being approved, the public domain is being refurbished and events and street activations are helping to breathe new life in the area. By creating not only an economic but also cultural heart for our municipality, we can give residents and visitors even more reason to visit - and build a more thriving economy and cohesive community.

Another highlight has of course been the transformation of the Alexander Street Car Park. The development adds vibrancy to the Crows Nest village, looking colourful by day and night. The carpark was redeveloped as part of a public private partnership with Woolworths, which now has a modern two-tier supermarket providing 115 jobs.

It was pleasing to see the results from the customer satisfaction survey, which showed that our community appreciate the efforts Council is making to address their needs. The community were yet again positive about most areas of Council's services and overall satisfaction across most service remained high. It was good to see Council also outperformed other Sydney councils for overall satisfaction and was above the NSW satisfaction benchmark.

Engaging with our community is at the heart of good governance. We strive to ensure that we engage effectively with our stakeholders on decisions that affect them. During the past year Council carried out community engagement on a number of key projects such as the North Sydney Olympic Pool redevelopment, design options for Hume Street Park, and our soon to be released transport, traffic and parking strategies.

Council continues to be financially well managed as indicated by our audited financial statements. Financial information is available below.

Council's commitment to supporting the community continued. In 2015/16 we provided more than $2 million in community grants, supporting the wonderful work being undertaken by many community organisations.

In the light of proposed council amalgamation, it has been business as usual at Council. I thank the staff for their dedication during the year.

It is a great honour to hand over to you this Annual Report on behalf of my fellow councillors and staff. I trust that it will provide you with a better understanding and appreciation of the breadth and quality of services provided by North Sydney Council.

Cr Jilly Gibson

Cr Jilly Gibson
Mayor of North Sydney

GENERAL MANAGER'S
REPORT

IN 2015/16 COUNCIL INVESTED $43.7 MILLION ON CAPITAL WORKS, THE MAJORITY OF WHICH WAS SPENT ON INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS INCLUDING THE FOOTPATHS AND PUBLIC DOMAIN UPGRADES.

I am pleased to present my first annual report for North Sydney Council.

As you read through this report I hope you gain a clear picture of performance against our strategic priorities. But most importantly, the document should be considered against the standards that you, our community, expect in the delivery of more than 100 services and programs. This year marked the third year of our Delivery Program 2013/14-2016/17. By 30 June 2016, we had delivered on 97 percent of the actions earmarked for completion in 2015/16 on page 5.

Financially, 2015/16 was again a sound year for Council. We have a sound financial operating result for the past year. As shown below, we had an operating surplus of $61.6 million. This was an increase of $39 million from the result achieved in 2014/15.

In 2015/16 Council invested $43.7 million on capital works, the majority of which was spent on infrastructure projects including the footpaths and public domain upgrades.

We understand that people are key to our success. We continued to invest in development, leadership and wellbeing programs for our staff. Our staff turnover was 10%, down from 12% last year.

As this Report reveals, despite the challenges we face, including the implications of the state government's local government reform program, we remain both excited and positive about North Sydney's future and the initiatives planned for our community.

Whilst the results from our Customer Satisfaction Survey were very positive, we will not rest on our laurels as ideally we'd like to see top results for all our services. We have started work on traffic and parking strategies which will help balance the demand and supply for parking and better manage traffic congestion.

With a new metro station coming to North Sydney, Council will be working to ensure the new infrastructure maximises benefit to the community.

The Crows Nest Planning Study for Precinct 4 will be a blueprint for future sustainable growth in the area.

Construction of the Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability's new green roof providing a multi-purpose recreational space, with vegetable plots, performance space and seating will progress.

Council will continue its work to develop economic strength through its Economic Development Strategy.

Of course, we are continuing our commitment to improving our essential infrastructure, with significant funding being allocated next year to roads, footpaths and drainage.

I thank my staff for their dedication over the past year. Their competence and dedication have made these achievements possible.

I also extend my thanks to our elected councillors for their commitment to North Sydney over the past year.

Ross McCreanor

Ross McCreanor
Acting General Manager

PLANNING AND REPORTING FRAMEWORK

OUR COMMUNITY REPORT & APPROACH
TO INTEGRATED PLANNING & REPORTING

Council has developed an integrated planning and reporting framework that aligns organisation planning, processes and performance to the Community Strategic Plan.

The key components of the Community Strategic Planning framework include consulting, planning, implementing, reviewing and reporting.

Set out below is a diagram which shows where the Community Report fits into Counci's integrated planning and reporting structure.

SUMMARY OF PERFORMANCE

SUMMARY OF
PERFORMANCE


The table below presents the 2015/16 end of year position of Council's performance against the directions and outcomes of the Community Strategic Plan.

Progress against the activities as outlined in the Operational Plan 2015/16 is provided in detail throughout the remainder of the report.

Council's progress against each direction and outcome is illustrated as a percentage and by the following symbols:

  • Performance for the year is on track or better ie 90% or exceeded.
  • Performance for the year is delayed but can get back on track in the next reporting period ie 75%-89%.
  • Performance for the year is in danger of not finishing/did not finish on time or may be/was not delivered ie <75%.
Direction Progress
Direction 1: Our Living Environment 99%
Outcome  

1.1

Protected, enhanced and rehabilitated native vegetation communities and ecosystems
100%

1.2

Quality urban greenspaces
100%

1.3

Healthy and clean local waterways
100%

1.4

Improved environmental footprint and responsible use of natural resources
98%

1.5

Provide appropriate public open space, recreation facilities and services.
95%
Direction 2: Our Built Environment 97%
Outcome  

2.1

Infrastructure, assets and facilities that meet community needs
100%

2.2

Improved mix of land use and quality development through design excellence
98%

2.3

Vibrant, connected and well maintained streetscapes and villages that build a sense of community
91%

2.4

North Sydney's heritage is preserved and valued
100%

2.5

Sustainable transport is encouraged
98%

2.6

Improved traffic management
95%

2.7

Improved parking options supply
96%
Direction 3: Our Economic Vitality 92%
Outcome  

3.1

Diverse, strong, sustainable and vibrant local economy
80%

3.2

North Sydney CBD is one of Australia's largest commercial centres
100%

3.3

North Sydney is a place that attracts events
97%
Direction Progress
Direction 4: Our Social Vitality 99%
Outcome  

4.1

Community is connected
96%

4.2

Community is diverse
100%

4.3

Enhanced arts and cultural programs and facilities
100%

4.4

North Sydney's history is preserved and recognised
99%

4.5

Lifelong learning and volunteering is encouraged
100%

4.6

Library services meet information, learning and volunteering is encouraged
97%

4.7

Community is active and healthy
98%

4.8

Enhanced community facilities, information and services
100%

4.9

Enhanced community safety and accessibility
100%

4.10

Improved affordable housing and accommodation
97%
Direction 5: Civic Leadership 92%
Outcome  

5.1

Council leads the strategic direction of North Sydney
98%

5.2

Council is financially sustainable
100%

5.3

Council is ethical, open, accountable and transparent in its decision making
98%

5.4

Community is informed and aware
88%

5.5

Customer focused Council services
98%

5.6

Council is an employer of choice
94%

5.7

Risks are minimised and continuity of Council's critical business functions is ensured
100%

FINANCIAL REPORT

FINANCIAL
REPORT

Council's financial results for 2015/16 were consistent with the performance achieved in the previous year and the performance budgeted for.


2015/16 Financial Results Overview

  ($000)
Total Income 160,796
Total Expenses 99,236
Net Operating Result 61,560
Operating Result before Capital Income 13,856
Total Assets 969,620
Total Liabilities 51,149
Net Assets 918,471
Total Cash and Investments 100,955

Our Services - Rates at Work

Council adopted a budget for 2015/16 identifying how funds were to be allocated. For every $100 of expenditure, Council delivered the following services during 2015/16:

AWARDS & RECOGNITION

AWARDS &
RECOGNITION

In 2015/16 Council and community partnerships received a number of awards for excellence in the delivery of a range of projects and services.


DEPARTMENT Community
& Library Services

Association NATIONAL TRUST
OF AUSTRALIA (NSW)

Awards Program Name NATIONAL TRUST HERITAGE AWARDS

Category within
Awards Program MULTIMEDIA

Project NameAT HOME IN
NORTH SYDNEY - AN
ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY
OF A LOCALITY

DEPARTMENT Landscape planning
& design

Association PARKS & LEISURE AUSTRALIA
(NSW)

Awards Program Name PARKS & LEISURE AUSTRALIA
AWARDS

Category within
Awards Program PUBLIC PLAY SPACE UNDER
$500,000 - WINNER

Project NameWOLLSTONECRAFT STATION
PLAYGROUND, BERRY ISLAND
PLAYGROUND AND BRIGHTMORE
RESERVE TRICYCLE TRACK

DEPARTMENT Environmental
Services

Association EXCELLENCE IN THE
ENVIRONMENT AWARDS

Awards Program Name EXCELLENCE IN THE
ENVIRONMENT AWARDS

Category within
Awards Program COMMUNICATION, EDUCATION
AND EMPOWERMENT AWARD,
DIVISION C - WINNER

Project NameHARVEST NORTH SYDNEY

DIRECTIONS

DIRECTION 1:
OUR LIVING ENVIRONMENT

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • 110kg of waste per person was diverted from landfill
  • Maintained 145 hectares of open space - enough to fill 77 SCGs
  • Held community sustainability workshops
  • Upgrade works were completed for a number of parks and playgrounds
  • Implemented drop in cricket wicket technology at North Sydney Oval
  • Upgraded sportsfield lighting at North Sydney Oval
  • Restored Sawmillers Reserve timber lookout
  • Installed CCTV system at North Sydney Oval
  • Installed shade structures at Ilbery Reserve
  • Upgraded Watt Park playground

CHALLENGES

  • Impact of climate change on services and infrastructure projects
  • Reducing our carbon footprint
  • The need to implement plans to protect biodiversity and halt the intrusion of animal and plant pests
  • Managing the impacts of government policy changes which may affect our commitment to environmental initiatives, climate change adaptation, carbon reduction and the availability of grant funding
  • Ensuring we reach our wider community to promote sustainable living
  • Taking up new environmental initiatives as they become commercially and economically available and sensitively retro-fitting them into Council's buildings, whichsometimes have heritage significance
  • Maintaining parks and sportsgrounds to meet competitive usage, increasing demand and community expectations
  • Keeping North Sydney Olympic Pool competitive with other nearby facilities is an ongoing challenge

THE YEAR AHEAD

  • Council will continue to invest in sustainability programs
  • Council will continue to reduce the amount of water required in its parks and open space by using efficient irrigation systems where irrigation is required and installing water reuse systems
  • Continue water saving programs and energy efficiency projects at Council facilities
  • Council will continue programs to encourage residents and businesses to reduce their environmental impacts by saving water, reducing energy consumption and improving recycling
  • Council will continue to work towards developing a sustainable vehicle fleet. Key actions include continued sharing of fleet vehicles, reductions in vehicle size and using alternative fuels and technologies
  • Council will continue to promote sustainability through the ongoing activities of the Coal Loader Sustainability Centre. Council will also continue to support key events including Clean Up Australia Day and National Tree Day
  • Council will continue to work with neighbouring councils and other land managers to accommodate regional demand for sporting facilities
  • Upgrade of North Sydney Olympic Pool complex
  • Works programs to upgrade parks and open spaces include:
    • North Sydney Oval
    • Bon Andrews Oval
    • Forsyth Park
    • Waverton Park
    • Bradfield Park
    • Milson Park
    • Dr Mary Booth Reserve
    • Tunks Park
  • Preparation of St Leonards Park Masterplan
  • Interactive "green roof" for Coal Loader
  • Planning for expansion and embellishment of Hume Street Park, Crows Nest
  • 15% REDUCTION
    IN COUNCIL
    ENERGY USE
  • 110KG RESIDENTIAL WASTE
    SENT TO LANDFILL
    PER PERSON

DIRECTIONS

DIRECTION 2:
OUR BUILT ENVIRONMENT

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Record number of road and footpath improvements
  • Delivery of timely planning decisions
  • Approving new dwellings
  • Consultation on traffic and parking
  • Upgrade of public domain at Ernest Place and Burlington Street, Crows Nest

CHALLENGES

  • Ensuring all our assets are maintained to a reasonable level to meet the needs of the community
  • Investing in and managing assets and infrastructure in a constrained financial environment is an ongoing challenge
  • Continuing to work with stakeholders to create more opportunities to share existing facilities and make better use of Council's building assets
  • Balancing the approach to land use, residential amenity, business development and environmental issues
  • The state government's metropolitan planning reforms provide uncertainty about how neighbourhoods will be managed in the future
  • Traffic and parking management across North Sydney

THE YEAR AHEAD

  • Our investment in capital works projects will top $71.1 million. Major projects include the upgrade of roads, footpath and drainage revitalisation of North Sydney CBD and upgrade of North Sydney Olympic Pool
  • Develop North Sydney Transport Strategy
  • Develop North Sydney Parking Strategy
  • Install traffic calming devices
  • Planning for new North Sydney Metro Station
  • Install Harbour Bridge to Neutral Bay to Cremorne and Falcon Street North Sydney to Mosman route 2 cycle routes
  • Install new bus shelters
  • Enhancement to education precinct
  • Upgrade to jetty and boardwalk at Lavender Bay
  • Implementation of Crows Nest/St Leonards Planning Study and undertaking Crows Nest/St Leonards Planning Study Precinct 4
  • Planning for expansion and embellishment of Hume Street Park, Crows Nest
  • Continue to maximise multiple opportunities of our community assets
  • Council will continue to advocate for sustainable transport options which will help make North Sydney a pleasant place to live and also help reduce our carbon footprint
  • Continue to promote use and adaption of heritage and other existing buildings through the development application process
  • $43.7M WAS SPENT ON
    CAPITAL WORKS
  • $501M WORTH OF
    DEVELOPMENT APPROVED

DIRECTIONS

DIRECTION 3:
OUR ECONOMIC VITALITY

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Public domain improvements in North Sydney CBD
  • Preparing Economic Development Strategy
  • Happiness Works Here Program
  • Working closely with the business community

CHALLENGES

  • Competition for business from neighbouring municipalities
  • Balancing the pressure for residential development with protecting key sites which support North Sydney's business and commercial roles

THE YEAR AHEAD

  • Council will continue its work to develop economic strength through Economic Development Strategy.
  • Renewal of Brett Whitely Place to create a cultural heart of North Sydney CBD
  • Continue to implement CBD Marketing Plan
  • 88,170 JOBS, LOCAL
    GOVERNMENT
    AREA

  • 14,405 BUSINESSES IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

DIRECTIONS

DIRECTION 4:
OUR SOCIAL VITALITY

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Welcoming 789 new citizens
  • Continued to provide a high quality range of services to support children, young people, families and the elderly to ensure quality of life is enjoyed by all in the community
  • Continued to support the particular needs of customers from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds through the provision of specific programs and services
  • Promoted community harmony and intercultural understanding through programs which counter racism and intolerance and develop understandings of cultural, linguistic and religious diversity
  • Giving $2.2 million in grants to local community organisations
  • Stanton Library welcomed 516,478 visitors and has around 30,000 members
  • Initiation of public art trail
  • Developing and implementing Road Safety Action Plan

CHALLENGES

  • The growing older population placing increasing pressures on a number of our services
  • Increasing risk of social isolation as social bonds are weakened and people become more disconnected from others
  • Children's services development and usage continues to be affected by increased demand that could not be met within available resources, government freeze on the funding of additional services, and policy changes, particularly a move towards accreditation and increasing regulation

THE YEAR AHEAD

  • Creation of a public art trail
  • Preparation of Masterplan for Stanton Library
  • Upgrade McMahons Point Child Care Centre playground
  • Transform former North Sydney police station into youth hub
  • Refurbish Crows Nest Community Centre
  • Council will continue to work on its various community programs including immunisation, vacation care, Planet X Youth Centre, Creating Wellbeing, Men's Shed and community safety
  • Continue to ensure local communities are connected through knowledge and information
  • $2.1M PROVIDED IN
    COMMUNITY
    GRANTS
  • 516,478 VISITORS TO STANTON
    LIBRARY

DIRECTIONS

DIRECTION 5:
OUR CIVIC LEADERSHIP

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Engaging with our community
  • Council continued to expand the use of social media
  • Visits to Council's website continued to increase reinforcing the website's popularity as the first point for information
  • Implementing advocacy campaigns on behalf of the community including on Fit for Future Local Government Reform Program
  • Connecting with our customers
  • Improving business systems and technology
  • Awarding $33.2 million in major contracts
  • Council received 963 GIPA access applications
  • Implemented webcasting of Council meetings
  • Celebrated Council's 125th anniversary
  • Conducted customer satisfaction survey

CHALLENGES

  • Integrated organisational planning, to support the delivery of community outcomes and financial sustainability
  • Responding to an evolving community profile, an increasing demand for services and associated cost pressures but not receiving commensurate government funding
  • Ensuring our community is well informed and developing the capacity of our community to engage in Council's decision making
  • Addressing our medium to long term financial position
  • Long term financial planning to ensure we address the historical under expenditure in maintaining Council assets
  • Developing new sources of revenue, other than rates, to maintain and develop infrastructure
  • Managing the accuracy and control of rapidly developing social media is an ongoing challenge for Council. Work continues to ensure that Council is responsive and respective in social media interactions and policies and procedures enable Council to be a trusted voice in the community
  • An ageing workforce and skills shortages in various services delivered by Council
  • Responding to state government local government reforms
  • Uncertainty about the policy initiatives of the state and federal government
  • Keeping pace with providing services in an environment of increasing legislative obligations imposed by the state government
  • Management of legislative compliance obligations under the multitude of NSW and Australian legislative requirements
  • Keeping pace with the rapid developments in information technology
  • Effective performance management, to support responsible, transparent and accountable government

THE YEAR AHEAD

  • Council's budget for the 2016/17 financial year forecasts a net operating result, before capital grants and contributions, of $4.2 million. Income from total continuing operations is forecast at $10.4 million including capital grants and contributions
  • In our Operational Plan 2016/17 will build on the work we have achieved in the previous 12 months and support the strategic direction of the community. Under our strategic priority of 'Our Civic Leadership', we will be focusing on correct resourcing to achieve our other strategic priorities
  • Implement recommendations from results of customer satisfaction survey
  • Review complaint handling processes
  • Organisation wide service reviews to identify efficiencies and process improvements
  • Conduct Governance Health Check and implement recommendations
  • 789 PEOPLE BECAME
    AUSTRALIAN
    CITIZENS
  • 508 COUNCIL
    RESOLUTIONS
    MADE

YOUR COUNCIL

GET INVOLVED

There a number of ways for our stakeholders to participate in Council's decision making. These include:

  • attend the meetings of Council and its various committees
  • address council during the public forum at those meetings. For further information phone 9936 8100
  • make submissions on Council plans and policies during their public exhibition
  • joining Council's online community engagement panel Voice Box at www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au
  • attend Community Ward Forums
  • contact elected councillors
  • get social and connect with us on our social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest
  • make a submission on Council' s Delivery Program when publicly exhibited each year or on the 10 year Community Strategic Plan publicly exhibited every four years
  • make submissions on other major projects, plans, policies or development applications that are consulted or publicly exhibited throughout the year
  • vote for councillors every four years through the Local Government election
  • stand for election as a councillor. The next council election is due to be held in September 2016
  • contact Council on any matter.

OUR COUNCILLORS

The elected Council comprises the Mayor and 10 councillors who are elected by the residents and ratepayers of the North Sydney Municipality.

The North Sydney local government area comprises four wards - Cremorne, Tunks, Victoria and Wollstonecraft - each represented by elected councillors. Visit Council's website at www.northsydney.nsw.gov for information about Council's Ward boundaries. Local government elections to elect councillors and directly elect a mayor are held every four years.

It is the role of the Mayor and councillors to set the priorities for the local government area, establish policies and monitor performance in accordance with the Local Government Act and other applicable legislation.

The Mayor presides at meetings of the Council, carries out the civic and ceremonial functions of the civic office, exercises, in cases of necessity, the policy making functions of the governing body of the Council between its meetings and exercises any other functions that the Council determines.

The Mayor and councillors employ and delegate the management and delivery of Council services to the General Manager. The responsibilities of councillors, and the additional responsibilities of the Mayor, are defined under the Local Government Act 1993.

  • Mayor
    Jilly Gibson

  • Councillor
    Stephen Barbour

  • Deputy Mayor

    Deputy Mayor
    MaryAnn Beregi

  • marchandeau

    Councillor
    Veronique Marchandeau

  • Councillor Virginia Bevan

    Councillor
    Virginia Bevan

  • Tony Carr

    Councillor
    Tony Carr

  • Michel Reymond

    Councillor
    Michel Reymond

  • Zoe Baker

    Councillor
    Zoe Baker

  • Melissa Clare

    Councillor
    Melissa Clare

  • Jeff Morris

    Councillor
    Jeff Morris

CONTACT US

KEEPING YOU
INFORMED

In addition to this Report, Council produces a wide range of materials to keep residents, stakeholders and the community informed about services and events within the municipality.

Council's newsletter, North Sydney News is distributed to all residents and businesses and provides information about Council services and includes up to date Council news, local issues and upcoming events. The newsletter is also available at Council's Customer Service Centre, Stanton Library and on Council's website.

Council's What's On Guide includes upcoming events and activities. Up to date events listings are also on Council's website.

Council's weekly column appears in the Thursday edition of the Mosman Daily highlighting Council events and news on a weekly basis

Council publishes a range of electronic newsletters with information tailored for all sections of the community. Bushcare, Business, Green Events, North Sydney Council e-news, Stanton Library and Streets Alive are regular e-newsletters and readers can subscribe to these e-newsletters at www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au.

Council also uses social medial including to connect with our community. Facebook has been a useful tool to promote programs, events and consultations. Council's Facebook page is complemented by a Twitter account.

Council's website at www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au. provides information for residents and visitors on key services of Council and provides the opportunity to undertake online services including processing forms, making submissions, making applications, and payments.

CONTACTING COUNCIL
IN PERSON

Customer Service Centre, 200 Miller Street North Sydney between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday.

WRITE
The General Manager, North Sydney Council, PO Box 12 North Sydney NSW 2059

TELEPHONE
9936 8100 between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday. Telephone the same number after hours.

EMAIL
council@northsydney.nsw.gov.au

FAX
9936 8177

VISIT OUR WEBSITE
www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au.

ASSISTANCE
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