RCC REPORT CARD – Topic 1/9 Environment

RCC Corporate Plan Review 1 environment

Topic 1 of 9 – Health natural environment

Has Redland City Council delivered on its 2010- 2015 Corporate Plan strategies?

The Redlands Community can assess the Council’s performance for each of the Corporate Plan’s nine delivery areas using report cards on the Redlands2030 website.

More information about the five year Corporate Plan and the long term Community Plan is available here

This is report card 1/9  Healthy natural environment

Give a mark for each Strategy and/or Community Priority you consider important.

  • BLANK       –  Leave BLANK if NOT considered IMPORTANT Strategy or Community Priority
  • High pass – Council has exceeded delivery of Strategy, strongly upheld Community Priority
  • Low pass – Council has progressed delivery of Strategy, attempted to uphold Community Priority
  • Not Sure  –  Strategy or Community Priority is considered important but UNCERTAIN if anything has been done.
  • FAIL          – Council has FAILED to deliver on Strategy, NOT upheld Community Priority

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RCC Corporate Plan Delivery 1/9 – Healthy natural environment

Desired Outcome for 2015 – A diverse and healthy natural environment, with an abundance of native flora and fauna and rich ecosystems will thrive through our awareness, commitment and action in caring for the environment.

Strategies that RCC will deliver 2010-2015
1.1 Increase biodiversity by taking informed action to protect, enhance and manage our local ecosystems

1.2 Stop the decline in population of the koala and other species at risk through advocacy, protecting and restoring vital habitat and increasing community engagement and action

1.3 Protect our natural environment by restoring degraded landscapes, contaminated land and managing fire, pests and other hazards

1.4 Improve residents’ understanding, respect and enjoyment of the local environment through stewardship and partnerships

1.5 Co-ordinate effective management of the conservation estate on all (private and public) lands in Redlands, through a combination of incentives and various tenure and management arrangements to restore, maintain and plant new habitat

1.6 Address the decline in the health of Redlands waterways and improve water quality, aquatic populations and their biodiversity

Community Priorities that RCC will uphold during 2010-2015
• Maintaining unique biodiversity

• Protecting, restoring and enhancing the environment

• People supporting the environment

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