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Long term financial plan 2017/18 to 2026/27

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Title
Long term financial plan 2017/18 to 2026/27
Collection
E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT
Date
2016
Location
Litchfield Municipality
Description
'This Long Term Financial Plan is designed to ensure that the financial sustainability of Litchfield Council continues to improve over the next 10 Years by supporting sound financial decision making. Sustainability in the context of Litchfield means the community has well maintained facilities and infrastructure and receives good quality services at an affordable level of property rates both now and into the future. The Local Government Act requires Council to prepare and maintain a Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP). The Plan must cover a minimum period of four years however, many of the decisions that Council makes have impacts that go well beyond this time horizon. Litchfield Council has therefore developed a ten-year plan to ensure that the decisions made today are truly sustainable in the long term.' - Executive summary and Introduction; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).
Table of contents
Executive summary -- Introduction -- Current financial position -- Emerging issues -- The way ahead - improving long term sustainability -- Attachments
Language
English
Subject
Appropriations and expenditures; Public finance; Municipal budgets; Regional planning
Publisher name
Litchfield Council
Place of publication
Freds Pass
Format
16 pages : tables ; 30 cm.
File type
application/pdf.
Copyright owner
Check within Publication or with content Publisher.
Related links
www.litchfield.nt.gov.au
Parent handle
https://hdl.handle.net/10070/299988
Citation address
https://hdl.handle.net/10070/380205

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