RCC REPORT CARD – Topic 3/9 The Bay

Topic 3 of 9 - The bay

Topic 3 of 9 – Embracing the bay

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 3/9  The bay

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 3/9 – Embracing the Bay

Desired Outcome for 2015 – The benefits of the unique ecosystems, visual beauty, spiritual nourishment and coastal lifestyle provided by the islands, beaches, foreshores and water catchments of Moreton Bay will be valued, protected and celebrated.

Strategies that RCC will deliver 2010-2015
3.1 Address the social, cultural and economic needs of island communities by partnering with residents and other tiers of government to deliver infrastructure, facilities and services

3.2 Better manage our foreshores through coordinated planning with a special focus on resilience to the impacts of flooding and storm tides

3.3 Ensure the ongoing health of the bay by managing creeks, wetlands and stormwater and by protecting natural areas surrounding the bay

3.4 Promote enjoyment of the bay by improving access for environmentally sensitive recreation activities, education, economic opportunities and ecotourism

3.5 Build partnerships with marine research, education institutions and the private sector to develop future research projects and education programs that will improve the health of the bay

3.6 Support management of the marine park and advocate for a new national park covering a substantial area of North Stradbroke Island

Community Priorities that RCC will uphold during 2010-2015
• Protecting the bay

• Making the bay accessible

• Living sustainably on the islands

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