Annual Report 2011-12
Gold Coast City Council's 2011-12 Annual Report provides an overview of our progress towards achieving - in conjunction with the Gold Coast community - our shared vision for the city.
Our 2011-12 Annual Report demonstrates our progress in implementing the 2009-14 Corporate Plan, Council’s strategic planning document, which provides the basis for our annual Operational Plan and Budget.
The theme of our 2011-12 report is A city leading by example, and demonstrates how Council, in partnership with the community, private industry and other levels of government, is getting the Gold Coast working again.
Key highlights during 2011-12 included:
- securing the 2018 Commonwealth Games for the Gold Coast
- succeeding in our bid for the Gold Coast to be included in the next stage of the National Broadband Network roll-out
- continuing construction of the Rapid Transit Project, one of the largest public transport infrastructure projects ever undertaken in Australia
- establishing Council as the city's water service provider
- refreshing Council's website, in line with residents, businesses and visitors feedback
- continuing improvements of our customer service through the implementation of our Customer Contact Strategy.
In producing the 2011-12 Annual Report, Council has implemented a range of initiatives to reduce the cost of production. This includes a reduction in the print quality and number of hard copies produced, limited photography, and a streamlining to the development process.
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