Delivery Program 2013 - 18 (Revised) Incorporating Operational Plan and Fees and Charges

Our Delivery Program 2013 – 18 (Revised) establishes a series of objectives for the organisation and identifies the activities that will be undertaken over the next year to achieve the aims set out by residents in the community strategic plan ‘Maitland +10’.

The revised Delivery Program is designed as the single point of reference for all principal activities undertaken by Council. Supporting the Delivery Program is the annual Operational Plan.

It spells out the details of the program including the individual projects and activities that will be undertaken each year to achieve the commitments made in the Delivery Program. The plan presents a series of annual actions for Council officers, along with Council’s annual budget, fees and charges, rating structure and revenue policy.

Council’s Operational Plan for its $148 million budget for 2017/18 was adopted by Council on Tuesday 13 June 2017. 

Delivery Program 2013 - 2018 (Revised) - Incorporating Operational Plan 2017/18 and Fees and Charges 



The Capital Works Program 2017 - 21 outlines Council's Capital Works projects that will be undertaken over the next 4 years.

The Operational Plan 2017/18 supports Council's four year Delivery Program and details the program of projects and activities that will be undertaken for the year.

The Fees and Charges 2017/18 outlines the fees which Council charges for the provision of services from 1 July 2017. for current fees click here.

The General Purpose Financial Reports are detailed reporting on Council's audited financial position for the previous financial year.

The Resourcing Strategy

The Resourcing Strategy provides the link between our Community Outcomes and Council’s Delivery Program and Operational Plan. It explains how the organisation will meet its obligations now and in the future, taking into account our workforce, our finances and our assets.

The Resourcing Strategy enables us to deliver our services to the community in the most sustainable way. In this document you will find chapters on our Financial Planning, our Workforce Planning, Asset Management Planning, and Information and Communication Technology Strategy.


Resourcing Strategy 2013–2017 (Revised)  (3.43MB)


The following documents support the Asset Management Plan component of the Resourcing Strategy:

As highlighted in Council's Asset Management Policy and Asset Management Strategy Council’s approach to asset management has been to develop asset management plans and through a process of continuous review and improvement, upgrade the plans to meet the changing needs of the organisation and our community. The supporting Asset Management Plans are listed below:

The following documents support the Workforce Plan component of the Resourcing Strategy:


 Previous Delivery Programs



Delivery Program 2013-2017 (Revised) Incorporating the Operational Plan 2016/17 and Fees and Charges  

Delivery Program 2013-2017 (Revised) Incorporating the Operational Plan 2015/16 and Fees and Charges 

Delivery Program 2011-2015 (Operational Plan 2012-2013) 

Delivery Program 2013-2017 (Operational Plan 2013-2014)

Delivery Program 2013-2017 Revised (Operational Plan 2014-2015)


Maitland City Council Management Plan

Maitland City Council's adopted Delivery Program 2013–2018 (Revised) incorporating the Annual Operational Plan and Resourcing Strategy replaces Council’s former Management Plan. This is in-line with changes to the NSW Local Government Act 1993, which introduced ‘Integrated Planning and Reporting’ requirements.

Council's previous versions of the Management Plan can be downloaded below: