About the plan

Hepburn Shire Council manages assets of a combined value and replacement cost of $440 million. An Asset Plan about how these assets will be managed, was adopted after the community was invited to review the plan and have their say.

The plan includes information about the maintenance, renewal, acquisition, expansion, upgrade, disposal and decommissioning of each asset class. Asset classes include roads, kerb and channel, footpaths, bridges, storm water drainage, playgrounds, aquatic and sporting facilities and more.

The Asset Plan has a ten year outlook and addresses how the Council proposes to manage its portfolio of assets to ensure they are developed, renewed or maintained to facilitate the delivery of Council services. It is strongly linked to the Council Plan and Financial Plan, and is critical to the service planning and delivery along with the efficient use of available resources.

The high-level Asset Plan is a requirement under the Victorian Local Government Act 2020.

Submissions closed at 5.00pm on Tuesday 10 May 2022.