City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC, Western Australia, 6965
Telephone: (08) 9411 3444

ASSET MANAGEMENT

The City of Cockburn currently manages over $1 billion of infrastructure assets delivering services to the City's residential and business communities.

ASSET MANAGEMENT PLANNING PROCESS

The continuous improvement of the City's asset management framework and planning process reflects Cockburn's growing maturity and emphasises the City's drive to deliver a sustainable future by managing assets and providing services in the most cost effect manner.

The Asset Management Plans (AMPs) act as key strategic informing strategies that assist the City in its yearly budgeting process and further strengthens the City's management of long term asset renewal planning and funding requirements.

 

ASSET MANAGEMENT PLANS 2014 - 2017

The City via the asset management planning process has revised the existing Five Asset Management Plans (AMPs) for roads, footpaths, buildings, parks & environment and drainage and created a new sixth plan for Plant and Fleet.

A number of key findings/enhancements have been formalised through the City's Asset Management Planning Process and development of the new AMP's.   

  • As at September 2104 the current replacement cost for assets managed by AMPs was $1028 million, an increase of $170 million from September 2012.
  • The plans are to be revised every two years between May and October ensuring that future iterations of the Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP) are established utilising the most accurate asset information and financial projections.
  • Asset Revaluations are conducted yearly ensuring alignment between operational and financial asset registers.
  • Developing long term financial funding projections and incorporating funding strategies from the LTFP. (Completing the Circle).
  • Providing analysis of current level of service and monitoring/tracking performance.
  • Identification of and registering agreed treatment plans to manage asset risk.
  • Enhanced projection of growth and demand management by the identification of all donated assets handed over to the City (New Subdivisions).
  • The Improvement & Monitoring Strategy is split into two sections enabling both reporting of completed actions from the previous plan and recording of agreed improvements for the life of the new AMPs.
  • The Department of Local Government & Communities Sustainable Service Delivery ratios recalculated and enhanced with 10 year forecasting recognising the positive impact of the proposed funding strategies from the LTFP.

Summary versions providing the key findings from the full versions for each of the Six AMPs are also available for download.

ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE (RAMP)

Road Infrastructure - Asset Management Plan 2013  

The plan covers the 800kms of road, associated road items (roundabouts, islands, etc.) and car parks currently owned and maintained by the City

The Road network is currently the City's highest value asset grouping with a total current replacement cost of $525.98m.



FOOTPATHS (FAMP) 

Footpath  - Asset Management Plan 2013  

The plan covers the 627kms of footpath owned and maintained by the City.

The Footpath network is currently the City's fifth highest value asset grouping with a total current replacement cost of $52.18m.

 

Summary



DRAINAGE (DAMP)

Drainage - Asset Management Plan 2013  

The plan covers the 18,449 pits, 455kms of pipework, 390 sumps and 15.2kms of fencing currently owned and maintained by City.

The Drainage network is currently the City's second highest value asset grouping with a total current replacement cost of $229.16m.

 

Summary



BUILDINGS (BAMP) 

Buildings - Asset Management Plan 2013

The plan covers the 132 Civic, Community and Recreation buildings currently owned and managed by the City.

The Building Infrastructure is currently the City's third highest value asset grouping with a total current replacement cost of $146.89m

 

Summary



PARKS & ENVIRONMENT (PEAMP)

Parks and Environment - Asset Management Plan 2013

The plan covers the 1570 ha of public open space that is provided by the City as active, passive or natural bushland area and hard infrastructure owned and maintained the City.

The Parks and Environment infrastructure is currently the City's fourth highest value asset grouping with a total current replacement cost of $55.1m.

Full Version

Summary



FLEET & PLANT (FLAMP)

Fleet & Plant Assets

The plan covers the 463 Major, Light
& Minor Plant currently owned and
maintained by City.

The Fleet & Plant infrastructure is
currently the City's sixth highest
value asset grouping with a total
current replacement cost of $19.7m.

Full Version

Summary

Further Information

Documents for Download

Contact Us

Phone: 9411 3444
Email: customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au

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