JANUARY - MARCH 2019 - City of Onkaparinga

 
JANUARY - MARCH 2019 - City of Onkaparinga
JANUARY - MARCH 2019
JANUARY - MARCH 2019 - City of Onkaparinga
FROM THE CEO
I am pleased to present this issue of    The Quarter, together with our
The Quarter, the City of Onkaparinga’s   community satisfaction survey, annual
key performance report for our           report and annual business plan, all
communities.                             provide detailed and easily accessible
                                         information on the operations,
The Quarter summarises our               direction and performance of council.
performance and activities over the
past three months and reports on our     I trust that you will find its content
progress towards achieving our           valuable and informative.
communities’ goals as outlined in the
Community Plan 2035.

It provides an extensive and thorough
review of our projects, services and
programs, and service reviews. It also
details significant events and other
related matters that have occurred       Mark Dowd
during the period.                       Chief Executive Officer

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JANUARY - MARCH 2019 - City of Onkaparinga
CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES
                           ALISON HANCOCK, DIRECTOR CORPORATE AND CITY
                           SERVICES
                           Managers:

                           Renee Mitchell, Manager Development Services

                           Adam Mrotek, Manager Economic Growth and Investment

                           Desma Morris, Manager People and Information

OUR DEPARTMENT DELIVERS A              CULTURE & PEOPLE
DIVERSE RANGE OF SERVICES TO
THE COMMUNITY AND PROVIDES             Business Performance Improvement
CORPORATE SERVICES TO THE
ORGANISATION. WE PROVIDE               Human Resources
SUPPORT SERVICES TO THE                Learning and Development
ELECTED MEMBERS AND WE ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR CO-                    Organisational Development
ORDINATING CITIZENSHIPS AND
                                       Work Health and Safety
CIVIC EVENTS. WE ENSURE
DEVELOPMENT MEETS
LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENTS BY
ASSESSMENT OF DEVELOPMENT
                                       DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
APPLICATIONS, AND WE SUPPORT           Development Policy
LOCAL BUSINESS TO GROW WITHIN
OUR CITY.                              Planning

                                       Building

                                       Development, Compliance & Support

                                       ECONOMIC GROWTH AND INVESTMENT
                                       Business Growth and Innovation

                                       Investment Attraction and Tourism

                                       CORPORATE INFORMATION
                                       Civic Governance
                                       Corporate Governance
                                       Information Governance
                                       Business Systems

                                       Technology Support

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JANUARY - MARCH 2019 - City of Onkaparinga
CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES
WORKFORCE - FULL TIME
EQUIVALENT
The following table and chart reflect the
number of full time equivalent
employees including externally funded
positions. The budgeted FTE for
2018-2019 is 690.75 FTE. This figure is
inclusive of staff on leave, however
does not include agency staff, trainees
or apprentices.

                                                           WORKFORCE - FULL TIME EQUIVALENT

                                                                   2018            2018        2018        2018        2019
                                                                 Jan - Mar       Apr - Jun   Jul - Sep   Oct - Dec   Jan - Mar
                                              FTE                       709.29      695.58      690.75      691.74         693

WORKFORCE - EMPLOYEE
TURNOVER
The following table and chart reflect the
employee turnover results by quarter
with a further breakdown by employee
initiated and organisational initiated
categories. This figure is not inclusive of
agency staff or trainees and
apprentices.

                                                                EMPLOYEE - STAFF TURNOVER

                                                                   2018            2018        2018        2018        2019
                                                                 Jan - Mar       Apr - Jun   Jul - Sep   Oct - Dec   Jan - Mar
                                              Employee
                                              Turnover                  3.12%        2.08%       2.47%       2.34%       2.22%

THE QUARTER JAN-MAR 2019                                                                                          RECRUITMENT
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JANUARY - MARCH 2019 - City of Onkaparinga
CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES
WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY
We aim to provide and promote a healthy and safe work environment that minimises the risk of injury or illness arising from
work activities.

This data is provided from the Local Government Association Workers Compensation Scheme (the Scheme). This data is
used by the Scheme to calculate the percentage of our salaries and wages payable as workers compensation insurance
premium.

The statistics are updated on a monthly basis but the currency/accuracy of data is dependent upon the status of a claim and
the injured employee’s return to work. If an employee is away from work for an extended period of time, their claim
information is not provided until they have returned to work. If a claim is pending, it may be many months before wages are
claimed from the Scheme. This reporting approach is uniform across local government areas in South Australia and in no
way has any adverse effect on our Health & Safety or Injury Management responsibilities or outcomes.

LOST TIME INJURIES
The following table and chart reflect the
number of lost time injuries incurred
(one complete shift or more of lost time).
The target for 2018-2019 is to ensure
the number of lost time injuries is below
25.

                                                                            LOST TIME INJURIES

                                                                       2018            2018            2018            2018
                                                                     Jan - Mar       Apr - Jun       Jul - Sep       Oct - Dec
                                             Lost Time Injuries                  2               2               5               2

INJURY MANAGEMENT – NEW
WORKERS COMPENSATION CLAIMS
The following table and chart reflect the
number of new workers compensation
claims. The target for 2018-2019 is to
reduce the number of workers
compensation claims compared to the
previous year with the 2017-2018 result
being 25.

                                                INJURY MANAGEMENT – NEW WORKERS COMPENSATION CLAIMS

                                                                       2018            2018            2018            2018
                                                                     Jan - Mar       Apr - Jun       Jul - Sep       Oct - Dec
                                             Workers
                                             Compensation
                                             Claims                            5              9                  6            5

THE QUARTER JAN-MAR 2019                                                                                             WORK HEALTH & SAFETY
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CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES
VOLUNTEER INVOLVEMENT -
NUMBER OF COUNCIL
VOLUNTEERS
The table and graph represents the
number of volunteers who support the
delivery of council services and
programs to our community.

                                          VOLUNTEER INVOLVEMENT - NUMBER OF COUNCIL VOLUNTEERS

                                                                2018            2018        2018        2018         2019
                                                              Jan - Mar       Apr - Jun   Jul - Sep   Oct - Dec    Jan - Mar
                                        City of
                                        Onkaparinga
                                        Volunteers
                                        (number)                       497          493         515         497          486
                                        TOTALS                         497          493         515         497          486

VOLUNTEER INVOLVEMENT -
HOURS CONTRIBUTED
The table and graph represents the
number of hours contributed by our
volunteers to support the delivery of
council services and programs to our
community.

                                                 VOLUNTEER INVOLVEMENT - HOURS CONTRIBUTED

                                                                2018            2018        2018        2018         2019
                                                              Jan - Mar       Apr - Jun   Jul - Sep   Oct - Dec    Jan - Mar
                                        City of
                                        Onkaparinga
                                        Volunteers
                                        (hours)                      19,929      21,517      21,980      20,574       19,004
                                        TOTALS                       19,929      21,517      21,980      20,574       19,004

THE QUARTER JAN-MAR 2019                                                                                          VOLUNTEERS
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CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES

PLANNING - DEVELOPMENT
APPLICATIONS LODGED
All development, as defined by the
Development Act 1993, requires the
lodgement of a development application
to seek development approval.

                                                  PLANNING - DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS LODGED

                                                                  2018         2018         2018        2018        2019
                                                                Jan - Mar    Apr - Jun    Jul - Sep   Oct - Dec   Jan - Mar
                                         Development
                                         Applications
                                         Lodged                        928         888          907         846         848

THE QUARTER JAN-MAR 2019                                                                 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS LODGED
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CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES
PLANNING - DEVELOPMENT
DECISIONS BY TYPE
The Development Act sets out different
assessment path types for development
applications, including Building Rules
consent only (Development Plan
consent not required), complying,
Residential Development Code
complying, merit and non-complying. In
these reported statistics, we’ve
combined Building Rules consent only
and complying together, and we’ve also
separated land division applications
(which are almost all merit) from
building/land use applications.

                                                       PLANNING - DEVELOPMENT DECISIONS BY TYPE

                                                                     2018           2018          2018            2018          2019
                                                                   Jan - Mar      Apr - Jun     Jul - Sep       Oct - Dec     Jan - Mar
                                           Complying                      222           211           202             205           207
                                           Land Division                    53             55            58              49            54
                                           Merit                          482           530           517             447           480
                                           Non-Complying                    8              4                3            1             4
                                           Residential Code                 16             26            18              17            20
                                           TOTALS                         781           826           798             719           765

PLANNING - DEVELOPMENT
DECISION TURNAROUND TIMES
(DAYS)
All development applications are subject
to prescribed assessment timeframes,
the length of which depends on the
required assessment path and whether
the application seeks Development Plan
consent, Building Rules consent, Land
Division consent and/or development
approval. These timeframe averages do
not include requests for further
information or referrals to state
government agencies.
                                                   PLANNING - DEVELOPMENT DECISION TURNAROUND TIMES
                                                                        (DAYS)
                                                                     2018           2018          2018            2018          2019
                                                                   Jan - Mar Apr - Jun Jul - Sep Oct - Dec Jan - Mar
                                           Complying                       16        18        15        12        13
                                           Land Division                   32        37        27        48        58
                                           Merit                           40        37        38        36        34
                                           Non-Complying                   83        83        18        27        61
                                           Residential Code                20        20        15        17        16

THE QUARTER JAN-MAR 2019                                                         DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS TURNAROUND TIMES
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CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES
COMPLIANCE - CUSTOMER
REQUESTS
The following table and chart reflect the
number of development compliance
related investigations undertaken as a
result of customer enquiries for the
quarter.

In many instances the investigation of
enquiries and complaints may require a
number of inspections, letters, possibly
enforcement notices issued and court
appearances made by staff; however,
this is not reflected in the provided
figures.

                                                               COMPLIANCE - CUSTOMER REQUESTS

                                                                      2018          2018          2018            2018          2019
                                                                    Jan - Mar     Apr - Jun     Jul - Sep       Oct - Dec     Jan - Mar
                                            Advertising /
                                            Signage                          2             5             23              12            17
                                            Breach of
                                            Approval                         42            30            49              46            42
                                            Change of Use                    2             1                3                          1
                                            Control of Dust                  18            4                1            8             16
                                            Development
                                            General/Misc                     35            41            51              34            38
                                            Election Signage                 4             4                                           1
                                            Fencing /
                                            Retaining                        2             8                6            2             6
                                            Home Activities                  5             5             10              8             10
                                            Other                            13            25            26              14            22
                                            Proactive /
                                            Internal                         9             7             56              24            70
                                            Significant Tree
                                            Removal                          3             1                3            5             5
                                            Stormwater
                                            Flooding                         12            9             13              11            9
                                            Unauthorised
                                            Development                      31            28            25              30            24
                                            Unsightly
                                            Premises                         12            12            10              15            13
                                            TOTALS                         190          180           276             209           274

THE QUARTER JAN-MAR 2019                                                                                        COMPLIANCE REQUESTS
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CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES
BUILDING AND COMPLIANCE -
INSPECTIONS
The Building Team has carried out
inspections of building work, new pool
inspections and building compliance
inspections over the quarter.
Inspections by the Building Team are
reflected within the following table and
bar chart.

In many instances the inspection of
building work or a swimming pool will
reveal non-compliance with the Building
Rules and as a result require further                      BUILDING AND COMPLIANCE - INSPECTIONS
inspections and follow up with builders
and/or owners, and in some cases the                                 2018          2018          2018            2018          2019
issuing of enforcement notices.
However, this activity is not reflected in                         Jan - Mar     Apr - Jun     Jul - Sep       Oct - Dec     Jan - Mar
these figures.                               Building
                                             Inspections                  260          260           275             195           180
                                             Compliance
                                             Inspections                    10            3                4            5             5
                                             Swimming Pool
                                             Inspections                    83            70            60              59            21
                                             TOTALS                       353          333           339             259           206

THE QUARTER JAN-MAR 2019                                                                     BUILDING & COMPLIANCE INSPECTIONS
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CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES
GOVERNANCE - ELECTED MEMBER
REQUESTS                                               GOVERNANCE - ELECTED MEMBER REQUESTS
The following chart and table reflects
the number of requests received per                                2018         2018        2018        2018          2019
quarter from elected members via our                            Jan - Mar     Apr - Jun   Jul - Sep   Oct - Dec     Jan - Mar
elected member request process.
                                         Completed                      114         106         118            57         162
                                         In Progress                      1                       2                         6
                                         TOTALS                         115         106         120            57         168

THE QUARTER JAN-MAR 2019                                                                        ELECTED MEMBER REQUESTS
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CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES
TOURISM - MCLAREN VALE VISITOR
CENTRE
The following table represents Visitor
Servicing statistics at the McLaren Vale
& Fleurieu Visitor Information Centre
over the past 15 months. Please see
links below for more information about
our services.
- McLaren Vale & Fleurieu Visitor
Information Centre
- McLaren Vale Hills Valleys and
Beaches Visitor Guide

                                                       TOURISM - MCLAREN VALE VISITORS CENTRE

                                                                   2018            2018          2018          2018          2019
                                                                 Jan - Mar       Apr - Jun     Jul - Sep     Oct - Dec     Jan - Mar
                                           Accommodation
                                           & Ticket Bookings
                                           $ Value                       7,135       6,990         4,860         9,384         3,532
                                           Conference/
                                           Function
                                           Bookings                         17          15             7            13            16
                                           Counter Enquiries             7,088       5,983         5,302         7,187         6,427
                                           Number of
                                           Accommodation
                                           & Ticket bookings               34             22            16            31            13
                                           Theatre Bookings                62             36            30            38            27
                                           Visitor Guides
                                           Distributed                   1,350       1,680           990         2,460         1,800
                                           Vistors                      25,904      25,175        19,752        24,726        24,250
                                           Volunteer Hours               2,807       2,619         1,862         3,029         2,552

THE QUARTER JAN-MAR 2019                                                                                                    TOURISM
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CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES
PROJECT REPORTING

                                                                               Est Completion        Percent                       On
                                                                                                                  On Time
ALDINGA STRUCTURE PLAN BY RENEWAL SA                                                 Date           Complete                      Budget
                                                                                   31/12/19           30%             Y             Y
Renewal SA has commenced investigations to prepare a structure plan to inform potential rezoning of an approximately 94
hectare site at Aldinga. It is proposed to accommodate a range of residential and other uses, including the development of a
new birth to year 12 school.
Status Update
Council administration continues to work with Renewal SA and the Education Department and their consultant teams to
influence the structure plan and southern school outcomes. This work is broadly informed by the Aldinga Framework Plan
(AFP) which was approved by Council in February 2019, and the Aldinga Sports Park and Southern School Shared Facility
Planning Option, approved by Council in March 2019.

Council administration has undertaken an analysis of the two options which have informed the basis of council’s response
(submission) to Renewal SA. The Aldinga Deferred Urban Land Planning Scenario is based on information provided within
the Preliminary Structure Plan options, current planning provisions for Aldinga, and the residential yield target of up to 1000
dwellings that Renewal SA have used to develop the Structure Plan options. This target has been informed by the Holmes
Dyer Aldinga Structure Plan and Housing Analysis Report (16 Jan 2019).

                                                                               Est Completion        Percent                       On
                                                                                                                  On Time
CLARENDON PLANNING POLICY REVIEW                                                     Date           Complete                      Budget
                                                                                   30/06/20           30%             Y             Y
To undertake an analysis of the current and historic zones, policy areas, precincts and overlays relevant to Clarendon to
consider whether their evolution into current format and to consider in particular the best zone fit for Precinct 23 Landscape
Environs.
Status Update
We wrote to the Clarendon community on 14 February 2019 to provide an update on the project after finalising the Community
Feedback report based on the community survey in which 64 responses were received. The report also included the
outcomes of the technical planning session held with interested community members. The Community Feedback report was
adopted by the Strategic Directions Committee at its meeting on 5 February 2019.

Our next steps will be largely determined by the state government’s planning reforms currently implementing significant
changes to South Australia's planning system through the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016. Community
Feedback from the engagement process has helped distil community aspirations for the initial transition to the Planning and
Design Code (the Code). The new system will involve the introduction of the Code, which will consolidate all of South
Australian council’s 72 development plans into one set of state-wide planning rules. Throughout the planning reforms we are
working with our Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) transition manager to discuss our options and
opportunities. However, until the draft Code is released for consultation we are unable to predetermine what zoning / planning
policy options will be available to apply. Nonetheless, we will continue to advocate on behalf of our community to implement
the recommended changes that have been identified through the community workshops and surveys. A third community
meeting will be scheduled upon release of the draft Code for community consultation, to assist council in preparing its
submission to the state-government. This is likely to occur in late-2019.

                                                                               Est Completion        Percent                       On
MOUNT LOFTY RANGES WORLD HERITAGE BID - STAGE 1 -                                                                 On Time
                                                                                     Date           Complete                      Budget
NATIONAL HERITAGE LISTING
                                                                                   30/06/19           80%             Y             Y
City of Onkaparinga is pursuing world heritage listing of the Mount Lofty Ranges in partnership with 9 other Councils and is
collaborating with Regional Development Australia Barossa and Global Food Studies at the University of Adelaide. The bid
seeks to encourage the identification, protection, preservation and promotion of cultural and natural heritage around the world
that is considered to be of outstanding value to humanity. It is anticipated that World Heritage listing will lead to significant
economic benefits through increased tourism, global branding and export opportunities.
Status Update
The project group has engaged two Australian world heritage experts to undertake a review of the bid and a consultant for an
updated website for the project. Both the review and the website are expected to be completed by mid-2019. Further
information is available on the project website www.mountloftyranges.org.

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CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES
                                                                               Est Completion         Percent                    On
                                                                                                                   On Time
PROGRAM - ON BUSINESS PARTNER PROGRAM                                                Date            Complete                   Budget
                                                                                   30/11/19            70%             Y          Y
The ON Business Partner Program is an initiative that supports local businesses of all sizes to thrive and grow, and enjoy the
benefits of partnership and collaboration.

On Business Partner program is a tailored business support program, designed to engage and enable businesses at any
stage of their life cycle, across the City of Onkaparinga.

The program provides access to a free independent business advisory service, business education discovery sessions,
business grants (Start-up, Innovation and Marketing streams), an online business portal, business directory listing and show
and share networking opportunities.

Introduction of new program initiatives will commence mid 2019, including premium education; business planning, presenting/
pitching workshops, retail & merchandising masterclass. The ON Ambassador initiatives will be introduced on the 15 February
2019 with participation from local industry leaders.

Status Update
ON Membership – Businesses registered on the ON Business directory reached 650, with 1309 on the mailing list. ON Small
Business Grants round one opened 1 February 2019, 33 applications received. Applications were assessed on 27 March and
will be awarded in April. Between January – March 2019 we delivered 11 ON Discovery Sessions with total of 147 attendees.
The Southern Adelaide Business Advisory Service continues to receive strong interest with over 50% of the Southern
Adelaide business service supporting ON business members. ON Doing business with Council initiative has introduced
education and information sessions for local businesses to build capacity in their business to procure council work. The topics
included, writing your capability statement, WHS, writing winning tenders, and insurance requirements.

                                                                               Est Completion         Percent                    On
                                                                                                                   On Time
PROGRAM - TOURISM PLAN IMPLEMENTATION                                                Date            Complete                   Budget
                                                                                   28/06/19            80%             Y          Y
The City of Onkaparinga will facilitate a vibrant, prosperous and economically sustainable local tourism sector, further
supporting and leveraging the Fleurieu Peninsula region, which is a first choice Australian destination for great food, wine, art,
coastal, native and water based experiences.
Status Update
Key tourism activities this quarter included working with the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) in filming Ainsley
Harriot’s Market Menu at the Willunga Farmers Market (airing late 2019); working with the Australian Tourism Export Council
and SATC to prepare our internationally ready program brief (open to ON Business Partner Program members); finalising the
visual component of the tourism identity/brand; prepared a community engagement report analysing the feedback received as
part of the 11 week draft tourism plan consultation – noting 86% support for the tourism plan and tourism identity name;
progressed the 6th edition of the McLaren Vale and Fleurieu Coast visitor guide by opening the advertising sales and
preparing the news list; installation of Aldinga tourism precinct signage on Main South Road as part of the Department
Planning Transport and Infrastructure's roundabout upgrade; commenced tourism website conversations with key
stakeholders leading to preparation of a brief; as well as working with a number of potential new tourism development
opportunities/tourism businesses.

                                                                               Est Completion         Percent                    On
                                                                                                                   On Time
WILLUNGA PLANNING POLICY REVIEW                                                     Date             Complete                   Budget
                                                                                   1/07/20              0%             Y          Y
The purpose of the project is to review the current planning policies in Willunga in preparation for transitioning the
Onkaparinga Development Plan to a state-wide Planning and Design Code under the Planning, Development and
Infrastructure Act 2016. This project will also ensure that the recommend appropriate zoning is aligned to the Character
Preservation (McLaren Vale) Act 2012 and associated Addendum to the 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide.
Status Update
The project scope, engagement plan and discussion paper were presented to SDC for endorsement at the 5 March 2019. The
project team is now seeking quotes from consultants to prepare and facilitate community stakeholder sessions and for policy
recommendations. The community stakeholder sessions are expected to be held in May-June 2019.

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CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES
SERVICE AND PROGRAM REPORTING

                                                                                                                             On
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FORUM FOR BUSINESS & TOURISM ASSOCIATION SUPPORT                                                       Budget
                                                                                                                              Y
The purpose of the Economic Development Forum is to raise, consider and address business development and strategic
economic development issues. Council administration provides executive support to the EDF which meets approximately 4
times a year.
Status Update
The EDF meeting was held on 20 February 2019. David West from Premier Retail Marketing was engaged to deliver a
presentation on how an association could grow and sustain its membership. The presentation was well received with many
ideas provided to associations to consider. A committee member survey template was developed and distributed to
associations for comment. A working group workshop has been scheduled for 10 April 2019, to workshop tools/templates/
resources for future use. The workshop will report back to the 8 May meeting.

                                                                                                                             On
PROGRAM - 2018-19 TRADE AND INVESTMENT ATTRACTION PROGRAM                                                                   Budget
                                                                                                                              Y
Plan and deliver workshops that are relevant to local exporters. Aims: enable businesses to more effectively market
themselves and communicate in international markets, respond to industry demands for local exporters to network and share
industry best practice.
Drive campaigns promoting export funding programs including those offered by TradeStart, and the ON Business Partner
Grant Funding Program. Aim: more local businesses accessing significant funding to their participation in export related
activities.
Support the Australia China Business Council (SA Branch) deliver a series of ‘China readiness’ events for South Australia
businesses active in the China market, including at least one event tailored to the needs of local businesses and delivered in
our city.
In cooperation with Business SA and City of Marion, undertake a campaign to deliver a Southern Region Export Ready
Program (fee for service basis, payable by participants).
Prepare market research material
Status Update
This quarter has focused on the trade and investment attraction program elements of stakeholder mapping, strategic
programming, revision of a draft investment attraction and trade framework and potential approaches to digital marketing.
The program has had limited activities that create trade and investment outcomes but at least $220,000 in trade outcomes
are anecdotally known to be achieved by three businesses participating in trade events in 2018. Council’s Chinese New Year
campaign was actioned to an audience of 300 stakeholders in Shandong and SA. A response from Jinan sought council’s
interest in extending the friendly city cooperative agreement. A proposed response and an assessment of the value of the
agreement to date is being prepared for approval. In this period investment attraction team negotiated with the ACBC three
investment attraction and digital marketing workshops to benefit local China-focused businesses and facilitated the
participation in at least seven industry events hosted by peak industry bodies and associations by more than 20 local
businesses. The next quarter (April to June) involves delivery of these workshops reflecting business needs identified during
the 2018 business engagement project. An evaluation of the past 12 months of activities, the extent of trade and investment
outcomes and participation figures for industry development will be presented to the Strategic Directions Committee in July.

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CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES
                                                                                                                               On
PROGRAM - MCLAREN VALE AND FLEURIEU VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE - VISITOR SERVICING                                            Budget
                                                                                                                                Y
Reporting on the operations of the McLaren Vale ad Fleurieu Visitor Information Centre.
Each year our centre welcomes more that 100,000 visitors. Supported by a cohort of staff and volunteers, the centre offers a
mix of visitor servicing, quality retail, café, art gallery and meetings and events spaces.
Status Update
The Visitor Information Centre (VIC) had a busy quarter with just under 24,000 people visiting the centre between January-
March. VIC volunteers attended 2 x familiarisation programs visiting local operators within the region. The VIC hosted one
wedding for 250 people utilising local caterers and using local wines. There were 3 x Vale Markets during this period (2 x
January and 1 x March) of which all had 50+ stalls and over 2,500 people attending each market.
Vale Cru ran their first Summer Sundowner as part of the 2019 Tour Down Under celebrations. The event was held the
Friday night prior to the race with good attendance and a movie night the following night screening Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
Attendance was down slightly on previous years with a different demographic attending however bar sales were up on
previous years.
The VIC hosted 2 x performances of Shakespeare Under the Stars with good attendance numbers (50 and 65 respectively).
The Stump Hill Gallery hosted 3 x art exhibitions (Harvest, Lost and Found, Across the Mediums) resulting in over $7000 in
art sales to local artists.

                                                                                                                               On
PROGRAM SOUTHERN ADELAIDE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD (SAEDB)                                                                  Budget
                                                                                                                                Y
The SAEDB provides the strategic framework for the development of the Southern Adelaide region economy. Directly related
to our community plan Onkaparinga 2035 for people, place and prosperity, the Economic Growth and Investment team will
work closely with the peak body SAEDB across Cities of Marion and Onkaparinga to support our regional initiatives. The
SAEDB was relaunched in 2017.
Status Update
In February 2019, an internal and external review was undertaken of the Southern Adelaide Economic Development Board
with results to be distributed to Elected Members.

The Board considered a Southern Adelaide Energy Baseline Report. The Board’s (SAEDB) goal relevant to this project is to
significantly enhance the region’s appeal for further and new industry investment, attracting industry to the region through an
innovative approach to energy affordability, improved security and stability of the local networks.

The McLaren Vale Regional Centre demand project commenced. The purpose of this project is to establish demand for a
centre to grow regional tourism and trade. This includes accelerating regional capability for tourism service, produce sales
and premiumisation of products. The Centre may host tailored, accessible, world-class training and development that
increases tourism/hospitality qualifications, visitation, industry profitability and job growth, along with measured improvements
in service levels and attraction of greater private and public capital investment to the region. A Centre may become part of the
region’s international student attraction offering and attracting visiting experts.

                                                                                                                               On
SERVICE - CIVIC - CIVIC EVENTS, AWARDS AND SUPPORT                                                                            Budget
                                                                                                                                Y
Plan, schedule and host civic and corporate events and forums on behalf of the Mayor and the City including development of
protocols, official and civic guest lists.
Status Update
Australia Day breakfasts were held across the city in 4 locations (Noarlunga, Aberfoyle Park, Willunga and Aldinga Beach)
with over 4,000 people attending and enjoying a free BBQ breakfast. Elected Members attended each location to conduct flag
raising ceremonies. Mayor Thompson attended the Noarlunga breakfast. A Citizenship Ceremony was held on Australia Day
at the South Adelaide Football Club at 5pm. 80 conferees from 24 different countries received citizenship. VIP guest was
Jade and Jacinta Teigeler, members of the Onkaparinga Youth Committee. Entertainment was provided by the City of
Onkaparinga Concert Band. Patricia Whiting was the recipient of the Australia Day Citizen of the Year. Tammy Maria was
presented the Young Citizen of the Year award. Abbie Walsh was the inaugural recipient of the Little Hero of the Year and
Cinemallunga was the recipient of the Community Event of the Year. A citizenship ceremony was also held on Monday 25
March 2019 at 7pm at the Hopgood Theatre. 107 conferees from 34 different countries receiving Australian Citizenship.
Special guests were Abbie Walsh, Little Hero of the Year Australia Day Award recipient and the Onkaparinga Harmony
Chorus performed at the ceremony.

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CORPORATE AND CITY SERVICES
                                                                                                                                On
SERVICE - CIVIC - COUNCIL, COMMITTEES AND EM WORKSHOP MANAGEMENT                                                               Budget
                                                                                                                                 Y
To facilitate and manage the logistics of Council and Committee meetings
Status Update
The Governance section supported Council, its Committees and Elected Member Sessions during the January to March 2019
quarter through the production of agendas and minutes for three Council meetings, one Special Council meeting and eight
Committee meetings. Meetings of the Strategic Directions Committee, Audit Risk Value and Efficiency Committee and the
Council Assessment Panel were held. Nine Elected Member sessions were held with topics including training, budget
overview, Aldinga Framework Plan, green waste, live streaming & resource allocation.

                                                                                                                                On
SERVICE - LOCAL HERITAGE INITIATIVES                                                                                           Budget
                                                                                                                                 Y
The Local Heritage Incentive Scheme comprises the Local Heritage Fund and the Heritage Advisory Service, both of which
assist the community in heritage conservation. The Local Heritage Fund distributes grants annually to owners of local
heritage places to assist with practical conservation works.
Status Update
Heritage grant for works at 62 Port Road, Port Willunga was approved in this quarter. The works at this property include
removal of hard cement render and re-rendering with lime mortar render.

                                                                                                                                On
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PLANNING REFORMS + SYSTEM CHANGES                                                                             Budget
                                                                                                                                 Y
Council maintains a strong commitment to reviewing and responding to proposed changes to the South Australian planning
system by government and other industry sectors. Doing so ensures we remain engaged in these deliberations and protect
the interests of our community but also ensures that we flag any significant implications to our council should the ideas be
implemented by government.
Status Update
In the last quarter, we provided submissions to the Assessment Pathways draft Regulations, to the Planning and Design
Code blueprint discussion paper for Productive Economy, and to the Planning and Design Code Phase One (Land Not Within
Council Areas). We also reported to SDC submissions for two of the Planning and Design Code blueprint discussion papers -
Integrated Movement Systems and Environment and Natural Resources – for endorsement on 5 February. Council staff also
attended or ‘livestreamed’ several LGA and DPTI briefing sessions which provided updates on the progress of Planning
Reforms, ePlanning Update, State Planning Commission Update, Code Development and Delivery including Phase One
(Land Not Within Council Areas).

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CITY OPERATIONS
                           KIRK RICHARDSON, DIRECTOR CITY OPERATIONS
                           Managers:

                           Matthew Morrissey, Manager Assets and Technical Services

                           Matt Buckell, Manager Construction and Projects

                           Daryl Sowerby, Manager Parks and Facility Operations

                           Jessica Tucker, Manager Fleet, Civil and Waste Operations

OUR ROLE IS TO EFFICIENTLY AND         ASSETS AND TECHNICAL SERVICES
EFFECTIVELY PLAN FOR,
INTRODUCE, IMPROVE AND                 Community Assets
REJUVENATE INFRASTRUCTURE
AND COMMUNITY ASSETS                   Infrastructure Asset Management
THROUGH THE DELIVERY OF THE            Spatial Information Services
FOLLOWING SERVICES FOR OUR
COMMUNITY.                             Technical Services

                                       PARKS AND FACILITY OPERATIONS
                                       Facility Operations

                                       Parks and Natural Resources

                                       FLEET, CIVIL AND WASTE OPERATIONS
                                       Business Support

                                       Fleet and Stores

                                       Waste & Recycling

                                       Civil Maintenance

                                       PROJECTS
                                       Projects
                                       Construction

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CITY OPERATIONS
CIVIL MAINTENANCE - CUSTOMER
REQUESTS
This graph and table represent the
number of requests received in relation
to civil maintenance. They are related to
general maintenance on sealed and
unsealed roads, kerbing and/or
drainage matters.

                                                          CIVIL MAINTENANCE - CUSTOMER REQUESTS

                                                                   2018          2018          2018          2018          2019
                                                                 Jan - Mar     Apr - Jun     Jul - Sep     Oct - Dec     Jan - Mar
                                            Concrete                   327           334           298           287           307
                                            Deceased
                                            Animals & Civil
                                            Priorities                 169           220           201           195           201
                                            Drainage                      65            93            75            55            53
                                            Roads                      239           228           257           225           244
                                            TOTALS                     800           875           831           762           805

FACILITY MANAGEMENT AND
ASSET PROTECTION -
OPERATIONAL REQUESTS AND
PROACTIVE TASKS
This graph and table represent the
number of requests received and
identified proactive tasks in relation
to our facility management and asset
protection. These relate to graffiti
removal, building and/or general
maintenance, security and/or vandalism
issues, signage or sports grounds.

                                             FACILITY MANAGEMENT AND ASSET PROTECTION - OPERATIONAL
                                                          REQUESTS AND PROACTIVE TASKS
                                                                   2018          2018          2018          2018          2019
                                                                 Jan - Mar     Apr - Jun     Jul - Sep     Oct - Dec     Jan - Mar
                                            Building
                                            Maintenance                429           397           421           377           349
                                            Grafitti                   466           364           360           442           386
                                            Maintenance                121           105           103           128           118
                                            Security                      18            21            14            11            12
                                            Signs                      207           210           230           272           209
                                            Sports Grounds                9             41            12            11            19
                                            Syringe                       2             5             27            15            8
                                            Vandalism                     22            11            19            10            15
                                            TOTALS                   1,274         1,154         1,186         1,266         1,116

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CITY OPERATIONS
PARKS AND NATURAL RESOURCES -
OPERATIONAL REQUESTS AND
PROACTIVE TASKS
This graph and table represent the
number of requests received and
identified proactive tasks in relation
to our Parks and Natural Resources
services. These relate to trees,
parks and gardens maintenance, ovals,
irrigation works, nature conservation
and biodiversity activities and weed
control.

                                             PARKS AND NATURAL RESOURCES - OPERATIONAL REQUESTS
                                                             AND PROACTIVE TASKS
                                                                   2018           2018          2018          2018          2019
                                                                Jan - Mar       Apr - Jun     Jul - Sep     Oct - Dec     Jan - Mar
                                         Irrigation                       64             24            13            31            48
                                         Landscapes                      232          158           185           173           206
                                         Mowing                           23             9             54         106              32
                                         Native Vegetation                41             29            30            28            28
                                         Trees                          1,624       1,150           970         1,375         1,536
                                         Vandalism                        23             25            27            22            38
                                         Weed Control                    186             78         209           200              90
                                         TOTALS                         2,193       1,473         1,488         1,935         1,978

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CITY OPERATIONS
WASTE AND RECYCLING -
CUSTOMER REQUESTS
The categories identified in the following
table and graph show a summary of the
different services provided by the Waste
and Recycling Section and the relative
number of customer requests.

It should be noted that the large number
of requests in Hard Waste Collection
relate to the service being provided
under a booking process. The green
waste also requires residents to phone
in for a Green Waste card prior to being
able to access our drop off service.

                                                       WASTE AND RECYCLING - CUSTOMER REQUESTS

                                                                      2018      2018      2018      2018      2019
                                                                   Jan - Mar Apr - Jun Jul - Sep Oct - Dec Jan - Mar
                                             Domestic                   1,821     1,975      2,108    2,107     2,281
                                             Green                      3,056     2,116      4,360    3,464     2,930
                                             Hard                       4,748     3,766      3,459    3,567     3,952
                                             Illegally Dumped              25        23         27       21        31
                                             Other                        109       326        754       85       140
                                             Recycling                  1,208     1,204      1,279    1,463     1,467
                                             TOTALS                    10,967     9,410    11,987    10,707    10,801

PROJECT AND CAPITAL WORKS
CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS BY                        PROJECT AND CAPITAL WORKS CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS BY
STAGE                                                                 STAGE
This graph and table represent the           Not Commenced                                                        26
Project and Capital Works projects           In Progress                                                          14
delivered by the City Operations             Completed                                                           251
Construction team. Project stages are
                                             On Hold                                                               0
represented as either 'Not commenced'
meaning the start date for the project       TOTALS                                                              291
has not yet commenced, 'In Progress'
meaning the project start date has
commenced, 'Completed' meaning the
project is complete and 'On Hold'
meaning the project is currently awaiting
additional information or resources.

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CITY OPERATIONS
PROJECT REPORTING

                                                                                 Est Completion         Percent                     On
5 YEAR FORWARD CAPITAL WORKS PROGRAM                                                                                 On Time
                                                                                       Date            Complete                    Budget
DEVELOPMENT (2019-20 - 2023-24)
                                                                                     30/06/19            40%             Y           Y
In consultation with asset planners, develop a forward 5 year capital works program reflective of priorities aligned to resource
allocation strategies. Ensure alignment of works spanning multiple categories and engage internal stakeholders at a program
level and well in advance of budgeting to ensure PCW bids are both accurate and achievable from a delivery perspective.
Objective: 2019/20 project scope PM2s completed by end of June 2018, minimum concept design by December 2018 for
budget allocations. 2020/21 scoping complete by June 2019. Five year PCW allocation completed by asset planners by March
2019.
Status Update
The infrastructure asset management Project & Capital Works (PCW) program for 2019-20 is 100% scoped and has been
allocated in PCW.
The allocated 2019-20 designs were scheduled to have a minimum concept design for all projects by December 2018, this
was achieved. The design program status for 2019-20 currently sits at 91% complete and on track for 100% at June 2019.
A substantial effort has been made to streamline the processes and ensure all aspects of the business are kept informed and
involved, which has resulted in efficient delivery of the program and high quality projects.

                                                                                 Est Completion         Percent                     On
                                                                                                                     On Time
ALDINGA SOUTHERN SCHOOL                                                                Date            Complete                    Budget
                                                                                     31/01/22            20%             Y           Y
The state government is progressing planning for a B-12 school in Aldinga, with capacity for up to approximately 1,700
students. The school is scheduled for opening in readiness for the 2022 school year.
Status Update
The Department of Education has completed preliminary site investigations and initial engagement with council administration
and leadership. Council has utilised the Aldinga Framework Plan to inform the Department of key issues and opportunities. A
set of local design and character guidelines for the development has been developed by council, and will be included in the
project brief documentation. The next stage of the project, the Request for Proposal (RFP) commenced on 23 April 2019.
Three (3) Proponent Teams have been invited to participate in this stage. Each team will develop a design for the school,
inclusive of all feasibility/financial modelling for the PPP contract period (30 years). As per Council's endorsed
recommendation (Aldinga Southern School Report 19 March 2019), council administration will engage with each Proponent to
advocate for shared use of the school facilities by the community, including sports facilities, and other specialist facilities being
provided by the school.

                                                                                 Est Completion         Percent                     On
                                                                                                                     On Time
ALDINGA STRUCTURE PLAN                                                                 Date            Complete                    Budget
                                                                                     27/12/19            30%             Y           Y
State Government is progressing planning for a B-12 school in Aldinga and Structure Plan for Deferred Urban land holdings
south of Aldinga township.
Status Update
On 19 February 2019 Council endorsed the Aldinga Framework Plan which was developed to support and influence the state
led Structure Plan and Southern School projects. The AFP brings together known information, issues and opportunities for
Aldinga. It also incorporates key issues and opportunities raised by the community.

Community engagement (led by Renewal SA) on the Preliminary Structure Plan options concluded on 7 April 2019. On 2 April
2019 Council endorsed a letter to be issued to Renewal SA in response, including Council’s Planning Scenario which
investigates anticipated land use, open space quantity and distribution, and housing density. As part of its submission,
Council will request that the ‘triangle’ land parcel (north of Quinliven Road) be retained as open space.

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                                                                               Est Completion        Percent                     On
COASTAL AREAS STREETSCAPE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT                                                                    On Time
                                                                                     Date           Complete                    Budget
[CASIP] - INVESTIGATIONS
                                                                                   31/12/19           20%            Y            Y
The project involves the infrastructure upgrades (roads, footpaths, stormwater, lighting and streetscapes) of areas of Aldinga
Beach, Port Willunga and Sellicks Beach. The initial stages of the project will involve a review of the existing assets against
the current service levels, examining the triggers and prioritisation of works and developing concepts for consultation with the
community. Further stages will include the detail design and implementation of the agreed works.
Status Update
Initial project planning is underway to map the process to be undertaken on the project. This includes consideration of the
risks and opportunities including looking at service levels, information gaps and engagement strategies. Work on the priority
area (Aldinga Beach) is underway including technical investigations to determine suitable design outcomes that can be
presented to the community for feedback. It is proposed to brief elected members on this project in the latter part of 2019.

DETENTION BASIN AND STORMWATER UPGRADE - JOHN                                  Est Completion        Percent                     On
                                                                                                                 On Time
NICHOLL RESERVE AND THOMAS STREET, ALDINGA BEACH -                                   Date           Complete                    Budget
CONSTRUCTION                                                                       30/06/19           50%            Y            Y
In response to existing flooding issues affecting the John Nicholl Reserve in Aldinga Beach, Council is constructing two
stormwater detention basins at the western side of the reserve and an underground outfall pipe system along Thomas Street
to connect into the existing piped system which discharges water to the Gulf St Vincent via a rock lined outlet structure.
Status Update
Construction works commenced in mid February 2019 and the downstream stormwater pipework along Thomas Street is
complete. Excavation works for the northern basin in John Nicholl Reserve commenced in mid March 2019. Construction
works are scheduled to be completed by the end of June 2019.

This project is jointly funded by City of Onkaparinga and the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources
Management Board.

                                                                               Est Completion        Percent                     On
                                                                                                                 On Time
FORESHORE ACCESS PLAN STAGE 2 (CONSTRUCTION)                                         Date           Complete                    Budget
                                                                                   15/02/19           100%           Y            Y
The Foreshore Access Plan Stage 2 project (FAP 2) addresses the approximately 2.5km of foreshore between Saltfleet Street
in Port Noarlunga to the Esplanade’s junction with Wembley Street in Port Noarlunga South. This section is a high priority
linking Port Noarlunga township to the mouth of the Onkaparinga River via the footbridge to South Port beach and the Jubilee
Park Adventure Playground. On 29 November 2016 Council resolved to proceed to construction of the $4m FAP 2 (Part 1).
Council also approved proceeding to construction of the remaining $3m FAP 2 (Part 2), subject to receipt of $1.5m external
grant funding.
Status Update
The project is now complete and an official launch event is being planned for 4 May 2019.

                                                                               Est Completion        Percent                     On
                                                                                                                 On Time
FORESHORE ACCESS PLAN STAGE 7 - DESIGN                                               Date           Complete                    Budget
                                                                                   30/06/19           20%            Y            Y
Stage 7 of the Foreshore Access Plan (FAP 7) addresses the section of foreshore from the O'Sullivans Beach boat ramp to
Mentone Parade. Half the funding for this project is anticipated to be sourced through the Department for Planning, Transport
& Infrastructure’s Open Space & Places for People grant process.
Status Update
The concept design for this section of the foreshore upgrade is complete. A submission for state government funding was
submitted in February 2019 to fund 50% of the project cost. If funding is received detailed design and community engagement
will be undertaken. The concept design will be presented to Council for consideration prior to the commencement of
community engagement and detailed design.

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                                                                                 Est Completion         Percent                     On
                                                                                                                     On Time
HACKHAM SOUTH EAST INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADES                                             Date            Complete                    Budget
                                                                                     30/06/22            30%             Y           Y
As part of the rezoning of an area of land in Hackham and Onkaparinga Hills in 2015, landowners that wish to develop are
required to enter into an infrastructure agreement with Council to contribute to the upgrade of roads, stormwater and lighting.
This project encompasses the infrastructure works that Council is required to construct under these agreements.
Status Update
Development activity continues to increase in the Hackham South East project area with four significant residential
developments now underway and a number of smaller land divisions also occurring. This development necessitates council
carrying out work under the Infrastructure Contribution Agreements. Where possible the design of the streetscape works are
being coordinated with the design of the adjacent private developments. A contract for the construction of Penneys Rise has
been let and works are now expected to commence in May 2019 after being delayed by the developer works not commencing.
Works on Sturt Lane will also be carried out in coordination with the works of the adjacent private developer, which are now
expected to commence next financial year. Design work is progressing on Gates and Hepenstal Roads following the approval
of a significant development fronting both of these roads. Drainage works along the northern section of Gates Roads (to
accommodate the upstream development) is scheduled to commence in July 2019.

                                                                                 Est Completion         Percent                     On
KANGARILLA TENNIS/NETBALL - COURTS DESIGN/                                                                           On Time
                                                                                      Date             Complete                    Budget
CONSTRUCT
                                                                                   Completed             100%            Y           Y
The relocation of the two netball / tennis courts (adjacent the tennis/ netball clubroom facility) was identified in the plan as a
priority due to the poor condition of the existing courts which is resulting in significant funds being spent annually to repair the
courts. The existing courts have also reached the end of their lifespan
Status Update
Construction of the courts was competed and handed over on 17 April 2019. We are currently discussing the removal f the old
courts and associated infrastructure with Kangarilla Recreation ground Committee.

                                                                                 Est Completion         Percent                     On
LARGE SOLAR PV: NOARLUNGA OFFICE, FOC, WOODCROFT                                                                     On Time
                                                                                      Date             Complete                    Budget
COMMUNITY CENTRE
                                                                                     2/11/19             50%             Y           Y
The installation of solar photovoltaic cells on three of Council’s highest energy-consuming sites will significantly reduce energy
costs and carbon footprint.
Sites include: Noarlunga Office, Field Operations Centre, Woodcroft Community Centre
Status Update
309 kW of solar PV generation is planned for installation over the three sites, with estimated savings over $80,000 per year.
Tender documentation - including a technical specification prepared by an external consultant - has been in development and
will be submitted for approval shortly. Once this is complete, the project will be put out to market on Tenders SA website.
Noarlunga Aquatic Centre has been removed from the scope of this project.

                                                                                 Est Completion         Percent                     On
                                                                                                                     On Time
MAIN ROAD MCLAREN VALE STREETSCAPE (CONSTRUCTION)                                      Date            Complete                    Budget
                                                                                     28/02/19            100%            Y           Y
Streetscape upgrades for Main Road, McLaren Vale, between its junctions with Caffrey Street and Stump Hill Road.
Status Update
The majority of the Main Road works were completed by Christmas 2018, with minor works completed after the Tour Down
Under. The project is now complete. Council is contributing funds to the Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
to this section of Main Road which will accommodate a dedicated a right turn into Caffrey Street and indented bus bays. This
work will be delivered by DPTI by mid-2019 in conjunction with their planned reseal of Main Road.

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                                                                                Est Completion        Percent                     On
MEYER ROAD BRIDGE - AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT BRIDGE                                                                   On Time
                                                                                      Date           Complete                    Budget
RENEWAL PROJECT
                                                                                    24/12/19           30%             X           X
In September 2017, we were notified that our submission to renew the Meyer Road bridge in Lonsdale was successful with an
Offer of Funding being approved by Council on 17 October 2017. A further funding deed was presented to Council to formalise
the funding arrangements with DPTI 21 August 2018, who will administer the payments. This funding deed has been signed
and approved. Extensive negotiations with DPTI have progressed, whereby a final agreement has been established for them
to deliver the bridge project; given the complexity, and risk presented from constructing in an electrified rail corridor. This
agreement is has been finalised. DPTI are now moving forward with the procurement phase of the project.
Status Update
The Project Delivery Agreement has been signed with DPTI and outlines provisions for them to deliver the project on behalf of
council. DPTI are procuring the project via their existing Public Transport Projects Alliance (PTPA). The PTPA is currently
delivering the Oaklands Road railway overpass among other projects. The PTPA is currently reviewing the design documents
and preparing an updated Total Outturn Cost statement for the project. Construction is likely to commence in late 2019.

                                                                                Est Completion        Percent                     On
MORTON ROAD RESERVE UPGRADE, CHRISTIES DOWNS -                                                                     On Time
                                                                                      Date           Complete                    Budget
DESIGN
                                                                                    31/12/20           10%             Y           Y
A $5m vision for a sport and community hub was developed by the Roger Rasheed Sports Foundation (RRSF) which
responds to the objectives of the Christie Downs 20 Year Strategic Management Plan. The vision includes a junior sized oval,
four shared use basketball/netball/tennis courts, running track, internal path network, picnic and barbeque facilities, play space
and skate park. Council has identified $1.5million in its long term financial plan towards this upgrade, and will proceed with
detailed design and construction subject to receiving matching funding from the state government.
Status Update
A submission for $1.5m in funding was submitted in the latest round of DPTI’s open space grants which closed on 8 February
2019. We expect to be informed of the outcomes of this application mid this year. If successful, and approval is given for
matching funding from Council, this will enable delivery of a $3m project. Priority facilities include a skate park, hard and soft
surface activity spaces, shelters and seating, landscaping, pedestrian links, BBQ facilities, an adventure play space, public
amenities and stormwater management. The final scope will depend on the final design and associated costings. The Roger
Rasheed Foundation and council continue to seek opportunities for funding for the full $5m project.

                                                                                Est Completion        Percent                     On
NOARLUNGA REGIONAL CENTRE REVITALISATION- BEACH                                                                    On Time
                                                                                      Date           Complete                    Budget
ROAD STAGE 2 (DESIGN)
                                                                                    30/06/19           20%             Y           Y
As a step to delivering on the aspirations of the Noarlunga Regional Centre revitalisation project, whilst also improving the
function and amenity of the area, upgrades to key streetscapes and gateways within the Centre commenced in 2017.
Additional funding has been made available in 2018/19 to develop detailed designs for additional sections of the streetscape
in the centre and in 2019/20 for the construction.
A priority for this stage is to extend the Bush to Beach landscape theme along Beach Road from Burgess Drive to McKinna
Road.
Key features include the following:
• Urban ‘vineyard’ feature with vine-like (not grapevine) plantings
• Planted earth mounds which complement the mound further along Beach Road
• Norfolk Island Pine trees along the northern side of Beach Road adjacent the shared use path
• Screening/softening of existing informal car parks with garden beds.
Status Update
The concept design has been completed and reviewed by staff. A budget bid for construction in 2019-20 has been submitted
and the design will be further progressed if funding is secured.

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                                                                                Est Completion        Percent                      On
NOARLUNGA REGIONAL CENTRE REVITALISATION-                                                                          On Time
                                                                                      Date           Complete                     Budget
GOLDSMITH DRIVE (DESIGN)
                                                                                    30/06/19           40%             Y            Y
Goldsmith Drive shared path project will provide a 650m long, 2.5m wide off road shared path along the northern/ eastern
sides of Goldsmith Drive to provide a link between the Poznan Path shared path to the east (link to Southern Expressway
shared path) and Cardijn College underpass to the south. The project will include a new shared path, associated landscape,
kerbing, drainage works and bus pad upgrade. An additional section of 1.5m footpath is also proposed along the eastern
verge from Jackson Pl to Alexander Kelly Drive subject to available funds. This section will include new footpath, kerbing and
verge works.
Status Update
The detailed design for Goldsmith Drive streetscape upgrade has commenced. Design is scheduled to be completed by June
2019 for construction next financial year subject to funding as part of the 2019-20 budget process

                                                                                Est Completion        Percent                      On
ODOUR MANAGEMENT - CHRISTIES CREEK/ EMU CREEK                                                                      On Time
                                                                                      Date           Complete                     Budget
FLOOD RELIEF SYSTEM
                                                                                    28/06/19           70%             Y            Y
Investigations and administrative actions associated with ongoing management of odour from the Emu Creek twin drainage
pipe system outlet near Marston Drive at Christie Creek.
This project involves liaising with SA Water/Allwater and maintenance staff to identify the source of unpleasant odour from the
drain, and then determine the most appropriate form of long term management of the issue
Status Update
Initial water quality sampling (under dry conditions) was commissioned in December 2018. A second round of sampling of
inflows will be undertaken following a rainfall event to allow the results to be compared and the possible contamination
sources identified. This will inform evaluation of design alternatives for a long term solution to the issue, which may involve
downstream channel works to prevent standing water accumulating in the channel.

                                                                                Est Completion        Percent                      On
PORT NOARLUNGA WEARING STREET AQUATICS AND ARTS                                                                    On Time
                                                                                      Date           Complete                     Budget
PRECINCT - (DESIGN)
                                                                                    29/11/19           40%             Y            Y
Development of a detailed plan for rejuvenation and redevelopment of the Wearing Street Aquatics and Arts precinct
comprising the Onkaparinga riverfront and surrounds of the historic Sauerbier Homestead.
Status Update
The draft concept plan was the subject of community engagement during May/June 2018. A project update, including
community engagement outcomes, was discussed at the Strategic Directions Committee meeting on 4 September 2018. The
community feedback is being used by a specialist design team to revise the concept plan in consultation with key user groups
for presentation to elected members via a briefing and Council report in mid 2019. Two workshops have been held with
Kaurna community representatives in recent months which have highlighted complexities with respect to cultural sensitives
and Kaurna interests in the site. The pursuit of external funding and negotiations for the acquisition of state government
owned land, at no cost to council, is continuing and further updates will be provided as this project progresses.

                                                                                Est Completion        Percent                      On
                                                                                                                   On Time
PROJECT - JUSTS ROAD, ALDINGA BEACH                                                   Date           Complete                     Budget
                                                                                    30/08/19            0%             Y            Y
Reconstruct and upgrade Justs Road, Aldinga Beach from Norman Road to Button Road.             ASSETID: RSA83148,
RSA83149, RSA83145, RSA83146
Status Update
Justs Road is a full road reconstruction project consisting of a new sealed roadway with roadside swales and guard railing to
protect motorists from existing stormwater infrastructure. Due to the staging of the project based on external funding (Stage 1
2018-19 and Stage 2 2019-20) construction works are scheduled to commence mid May 2019, with completion scheduled for
August 2019 to coincide with the potential commencement date of the Stage 2 works thus minimising disruption to the
community.

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                                                                              Est Completion        Percent                      On
                                                                                                                On Time
PROJECT - STATES ROAD, MORPHETT VALE                                                Date           Complete                     Budget
                                                                                  27/06/19           40%            Y             Y
Reconstruct States Road from Wheatsheaf Road to Doctors Road.
Status Update
Works commenced in November 2018 and we are nearing completion of the first segment of works (Doctors Rd to Taylors
Ave). We are currently constructing the base asphalt layers for the first segment and undertaking the drainage, kerb and
footpath works components in the second segment (Taylors Ave to Richards Dr north). We are currently tracking on time and
within budget with an expected completion date of mid July 2019.

                                                                              Est Completion        Percent                      On
                                                                                                                On Time
WILFRED TAYLOR RESERVE MASTER PLAN                                                  Date           Complete                     Budget
                                                                                  30/06/19           70%            Y             Y
Wilfred Taylor Reserve is one of the most significant regional sport and recreation facilities in the City of Onkaparinga,
accommodating a range of sport and recreation clubs as well as passive recreation areas. The master plan will provide a more
focussed strategic approach to any further development of this site into the future. This council endorsed project seeks to
develop a master plan to guide development of the Wilfred Taylor Reserve for formal sport and informal recreation. It will
determine the short, medium and longer term asset improvement priorities.
Status Update
The draft master plan was presented to elected members in February 2019 and the Wilfred Taylor Reserve Reference Group
on 1 April 2019. Feedback received is currently being considered. The draft master plan will be presented to the Strategic
Directions Committee in mid 2019 for approval prior to broader community engagement.

                                                                              Est Completion        Percent                      On
WILFRED TAYLOR RESERVE REGIONAL NATURE PLAYSPACE                                                                On Time
                                                                                    Date           Complete                     Budget
- DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION
                                                                                  30/06/20           20%            Y             Y
Council recently received $1.3million state government funding to develop a regional nature playspace at Wilfred Taylor
Reserve. A preliminary concept design was developed in 2017, and was well supported by the local community. The next
steps of the project will involve review of the concept, detailed design documentation, tender and construction of the play
space. Car parking and supporting facilities are part of the project.
Status Update
The concept design was presented to Council in March 2019 and gained support for further community engagement and
detailed design. Council funds of up to $900,000 were also approved for the delivery of supporting infrastructure (including car
parking, pathways, irrigated turf area). Community engagement was undertaken during April 2019 and included an online
survey and on-site "show and tell" feedback event. Construction of the playspace and supporting infrastructure is scheduled to
commence in late 2019.

                                                                              Est Completion        Percent                      On
                                                                                                                On Time
WITTON BLUFF BASE TRAIL (FAP STAGE 1) - (DESIGN)                                    Date           Complete                     Budget
                                                                                  30/06/20           10%            Y             Y
The Witton Bluff Base Trail forms part of the State Government’s Coast Park initiative and the City of Onkaparinga’s
Foreshore Access Plan. The section of coast around the base of Witton Bluff from Christies Beach to Port Noarlunga is
approximately 1.37km long. This project involves detailed design of the base trail in consultation with the community and key
stakeholders.
Status Update
On 21 March 2017 Council agreed to include $150,000 Council funding in the 2017-18 Major Projects budget for planning and
design of the Witton Bluff Base Trail with commencement subject to confirmation of $150,000 from state government funding
toward the planning and design. An additional $2.5 million was approved as part of the 2018-19 budget for the construction
works, also subject to matching funds being obtained. A submission for state government funding was submitted in February
2019 to fund 50% of the project cost. A funding decision is expected in June 2019. If funding is received detailed design and
community engagement will be undertaken.

There has also been a Federal Labor election funding pledge of $2.7M toward the project, subject to matching Council
funding.

THE QUARTER JAN-MAR 2019                                                                      CITY OPERATIONS - PROJECT REPORTING
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