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Knox City Council's City Plan 2013-2017

City Plan 2017-2021

The next City Plan 2017-2021 will be developed by June 2017. This new City Plan will continue to identify shared objectives for the future of Knox and will be implemented through the effort of multiple agencies and stakeholders.

See below for how you can be involved in the community engagement activities which are leading up to the development of the next City Plan

Let’s have a chat about what’s next for Knox

Leading up to the development of the new City Plan, Council will be hosting two events to continue the conversation about what’s next for Knox.

We’ve just completed the Municipal Survey where residents, businesses and community agencies had their say about living, working, learning and playing in Knox.

These two events will further explore and discuss some of the information gathered from the recent Municipal Survey and we’ll be talking about how the City has changed over the past four years.

We want to hear from you about how you’ve been affected by these changes and also what you think we should all be focusing on for the next four years, so come along to either:

Event 1: Evening Community Workshop


Date: Wednesday 7 September 2016.
Time: 6pm – 8pm (light refreshments provided).
Venue: Knox City Council Function Room 3, 511 Burwood Highway, Wantirna South VIC 3152.
To register: Please register by emailing your name and contact number to cityplan@knox.vic.gov.au.
Closing date for registration is 5pm Friday 2 September 2016.

Event 2: Community Pop-Up


Date: Saturday 10 September 2016.
Time: 10am – 1pm.
Venue: Knox Westfield Shopping Centre, 425 Burwood Hwy, Wantirna South VIC 3152.
Community Space located next to iContact and opposite David’s Coffee.

There’s no need to register for the Pop-Up, just drop in and have a chat with us!

Workshops for key agencies, stakeholder groups and business sectors are also being conducted during August and September 2016.

For more information

Email cityplan@knox.vic.gov.au or phone 9298 8000.

City Plan 2013-17

Through the Knox@50 community engagement project in 2012-13, many Knox residents, business people and community members shared their ideas and thoughts to create a Vision for the Knox community. A City Plan was also developed, which outlines how Knox’s Vision will be achieved.

The City Plan identifies shared objectives for the future of Knox and are implemented through the effort of multiple agencies and stakeholders.

Included in the City Plan is the Council Plan, which outlines the strategic direction of Council and is resourced by the Strategic Resource Plan. It also assists in annually identifying key projects and actions for the coming year which are outlined in the Annual Plan and resourced through the Annual Budget.

Take a look at our short video that talks about the collaboration between Council and the community to develop the Vision and City Plan, and outlines what our priorities are going forward.

Knox City Plan Video


Turn on Closed Captions or view the video transcript.

The Knox Vision and original City Plan (incorporating the Council Plan) 2013-17 were formally adopted at an Ordinary Meeting of Council on Tuesday 25 June 2013. Through Council's annual planning process, the City Plan was reviewed and some amendments were made to the Council Plan. Council formally adopted the revised City Plan (incorporating the Council Plan) 2013-2017 on Tuesday 23 June 2015.

At its meeting on 28 July, Council adopted the inaugural State of Knox Report and the Integrated City Strategy and Implementation Plan. The State of Knox Report was developed to assist Council to monitor and measure its progress toward the achievement of the Knox Vision on a regular basis.

State of Knox and Integrated City Strategy

The Integrated City Strategy is based on detailed research compiled in the 'State of Knox' report. It combines the Community Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2013-17, Economic Development Strategy 2008-18, Sustainable Environment Strategy 2008-18 and elements of the Council Plan. It provides Council with a single platform to implement the Knox Vision and City Plan, provide robust strategic direction and reduces duplication of effort across key initiatives. The Strategy has a two year outlook initially from 2015 to 2017 and is intended to inform the review and development of the next City Plan.

Please see the links below under ‘Download Files’ to access a copy of the City Plan (incorporating the Council Plan) 2013-17, the Knox Vision, the State of Knox Report, and the Integrated City Strategy and Implementation Plan.

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