Over the coming years, the Rockhampton Region community is set to continue to grow and evolve, and will face significant changes. Change is inevitable, whether it is a growing and more diverse population, increases or decreases in economic activity, new infrastructure challenges or simply the community’s changing expectations. Any one of these could significantly affect the lifestyle of the Region’s residents. Council wants to ensure our organisation, and the community, is proactive in planning for the future, creating a Region that is admired for its strength, resilience and ability to embrace and benefit from change.
Rockhampton Regional Council’s Corporate Plan 2017 - 2022 sets the strategic direction and priorities for our organisation for the next five financial years. It identifies expectations that the community desires within the Region, and outlines what Council will do to achieve these expectations. The Plan is designed around five themes, each supported by a number of outcomes that Council is committed to achieving.
Like all local governments in Queensland, Council is required to adopt a Corporate Plan every five years and pursue the achievement of the strategic objectives within the Plan. Council’s Corporate Plan themes have been crafted to align with the State Government’s Queensland Plan foundations to demonstrate that we are working together to progress our vision for the future. The Corporate Plan is directly linked to Council’s long term strategic documents, including our annual budget and Operational Plan. Reporting on the progress of the outcomes within the Corporate Plan are conducted through the Annual Report and Operational Plan quarterly progress reports.
Corporate Plan 2017-2022(PDF, 5MB)
Corporate Plan 2017-2022 (Incorporating 2017-2018 Operational Plan Activities)(PDF, 7MB)
Corporate Plan 2017-2022 (Incorporating 2018-2019 Operational Plan Activities)(PDF, 45MB)
Corporate Plan 2017-2022 (Incorporating 2019-2020 Operational Plan Activities)(PDF, 33MB)
Corporate Plan 2017-2022 One Page Summary(PDF, 521KB)