Point of Entry Business Cases

As part of the long-term plan (LTP) process a Point of Entry Business Case (PoE) approach to project evaluation has been implemented. This is intended to provide consistency in how projects are established and ensure the required information is assembled in a logical and coherent way to allow for sound decision-making.

The PoE process allows us to explore how projects align with council objectives and provides a high-level description of the problem or opportunity prior to a commitment to assigning resources to the project.

Council has now assessed all PoEs for this LTP, including those that were submitted by community members and groups. It’s been determined which projects are proposed to be included in the draft Long-Term Plan 2024-2034 and this is currently out for public consultation for feedback.

A list of proposed projects included and excluded from the draft Long-Term Plan 2024-2034 can be found here:

Projects proposed for inclusion in the Long-Term Plan 2024-2034(PDF, 716KB)

Projects proposed for exclusion from the Long-Term Plan 2024-2034(PDF, 601KB)

You can also find a list of all the submitted PoE’s below.

Council is consulting on the draft Long-Term Plan from 2 April to 2 May 2024. You can find information on how to submit your thoughts on our Have Your Say page.