Long Term Infrastructure Plan
Frankston City Council’s Long Term Infrastructure Plan 2020-2030 (LTIP) guides Frankston City towards its goal of becoming the Lifestyle Capital of Victoria and ensure a prosperous future for residents.
Council recognises the need for transparency and accountability to ensure excellence in Frankston’s infrastructure management and planning activities, with the objective of this LTIP seeking to achieve this.
While this is a long-term Plan, Council is also aware of the serious immediate and possible long-term impacts the COVID-19 pandemic may have on the LTIP. As a Council, we have responded quickly to the changing needs of our community with the introduction of the Relief and Recovery Package, part of the 2020–2021 Annual Budget.
Despite this, Council is committed to delivering the best it possibly can for our community, with an exciting $59.94 million Capital Works Program planned for the coming financial year, comprising a significant $24.88 million investment into the maintenance and renewal of our existing infrastructure, to safeguard its future use.
The LTIP represents significant investment in our open spaces, streetscapes, sports and recreational infrastructure. Council has a number of major projects in the LTIP, such as the Jubilee Park Multi-Purpose Stadium Redevelopment, Centenary Park Tennis Centre, RF Miles Reserve Pavilion and Oval Reconstruction and many others that will deliver vital services and infrastructure needs to the community.