Social Infrastructure Plan 2014-2031

The City of Greater Geelong has developed a Social Infrastructure Plan (SIP) to provide Council with a blueprint for the planning and delivery of social infrastructure to meet the needs of a growing and changing community.  

An Executive Summary of the Social Infrastructure Plan was endorsed by Council in October 2015, but the entire version of the Social Infrastructure Plan was not released to the public at that time.         

On 27 June 2017, the Administrators (Council) resolved to publically release the Social Infrastructure Plan 2014-2031, in its entirety.  

The Administrators (Council) have not endorsed the Social Infrastructure Plan. The full version of the SIP is being made available to the community as a catalyst for its review. The process for review of the SIP will be further considered by Council in July 2017, and will include consideration of an extensive community consultation process.  

Social Infrastructure describes local places and spaces from where community services are provided. It plays a pivotal role in helping people connect, recreate, relax,  learn and interact. Social infrastructure helps communities function better and makes it easier for locals to access services.

If you have an interest in being part of the proposed review for the Social Infrastructure Plan and/or wish to make any comments, please complete the form below

Page last updated: Thursday, 29 June 2017