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A Planned Approach to Support Funding

17th October 2017

 

A Planned Approach to Support Funding - A Case Study

Background Cumberland City Council is a local government organisation in New South Wales. Phillip Sorbello, Council’s Facilities Manager since 2010, recognised the opportunity to move to a planned approach for maintaining their buildings. Council was supportive and over the past number of years, Phil has lead the change from reactive to planned – with many benefits along the way.

Council’s goal:

  • Move towards a proactive long-term asset planning approach (90% reactive in 2012) for better management of their building assets.
  • Better understand each assets’ condition and ongoing requirements.
  • Provide evidence to support additional funding so that Council’s portfolio can be managed to its service standards. was to move to a Planned Approach

Council identified the following problematic areas in 2011/12:

  • Council prioritised work in a mostly reeactive way. 
  • Coucil has limited knowledge of the portfolio as a whole.
  • Incomplete data meant Council was unable to prioritise work. 
  • Paper-based data collection only identified short-term works.

 Read the full case study here.

Granville Town Hall

 

 
 
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