Cockburn Council adopts value-for-money 2022-23 Budget

The City of Cockburn's response to PerthNow Cockburn on 30 June 2022 about Cockburn Council's adoption of 2022-23 Budget and project delays

  • Which projects specifically have been deferred?
  • If it’s a few large projects, can you please list them and include any information about when they are likely delayed until?

  • Or if it’s a large number of small projects, approximately how many?
Answer: The majority of projects identified in the City of Cockburn Corporate Business Plan 2020-21 to 2023-24 are delayed to some degree due to current market conditions. However, all are progressing as per timelines listed in the updated plan.
The only exception is the Malabar Park BMX Facility. At its 23 June Special Council Meeting to adopt the 2022-23 Budget, Cockburn Council decided the City will go out to tender for this project in 2022 and refer the cost back to Council for consideration.

Visit the City's website for more information on this project.

For more information contact

Media and Communications Officer
City of Cockburn

Email [email protected]

Phone 08 9411 3551

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