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					COUNCIL
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Spec Con Mins 17 July 2001



                                         CITY OF PERTH

                                                             INDEX

        Item                                                 Description         Page

        518/01            PRAYER                                                 1220
        519/01            DECLARATION OF OPENING                                 1220
        520/01             APOLOGIES                                             1220
        521/01            QUESTION TIME FOR THE PUBLIC                           1220
        522/01            MEMBERS ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE AND
                          APPLICATIONS FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE                      1220
        523/01            DISCLOSURE OF MEMBERS’ INTERESTS                       1220
        524/01            BUDGET COMMITTEE MEETINGS HELD ON 26 JUNE
                          AND 3 JULY 2001                                        1221
        525/01             CITY OF PERTH 2001/2002 BUDGET                        1222




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Minutes of the Special Meeting of the Council of the City of Perth held in the Council
Chamber, Ninth Floor, Council House, 27 St George’s Terrace, Perth, on Tuesday,
17 July 2001 at 12.08pm.


Presiding:                                                   The Rt Hon Lord Mayor, Dr P C R Nattrass

Councillors Present:                                         McEvoy, MacGill, Scaffidi, Stroud, Tan and
                                                             Tudori

In Attendance:

Garry Hunt                                       -           Chief Executive Officer
Noelene Jennings                                 -           Director Corporate Services
Doug Forster                                     -           Director Business Units
Garry Dunne                                      -           Director Service Units
Charlotte Stockwell                              -           Director Strategy
Max Hipkins                                      -           Director Planning
Said Hafez                                       -           Manager Financial Services
Jamie Parry                                      -           Manager Corporate Support
Morris Stevens                                   -           Acting Administrative Team Leader
Sharene Chatfield                                -           Co-ordinator Public Relations


518/01 PRAYER
The Lord Mayor took the Chair and the prayer was read by the Chief Executive
Officer.

519/01 DECLARATION OF OPENING
The Lord Mayor declared the meeting open.

520/01 APOLOGIES
The Chief Executive Officer advised that Crs Davidson and Sutherland were
apologies for the meeting.

521/01 QUESTION TIME FOR THE PUBLIC
The Chief Executive Officer advised that no questions had been received.

522/01 MEMBERS ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE AND APPLICATIONS
       FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE
Nil

523/01 DISCLOSURE OF MEMBERS’ INTERESTS
The Chief Executive Officer advised that there were no disclosures of interest.



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524/01 BUDGET COMMITTEE MEETINGS HELD ON 26 JUNE AND
       3 JULY 2001


BACKGROUND:

FILE REFERENCE:                           P.1014037-4
RESPONSIBLE DIRECTOR:                     Noelene Jennings, Director Corporate Services
DATE:                                     5 July 2001


DETAILS:

The role and function of the Budget Committee is to:-

•    consider and recommend to the Council the Budget of the City for the upcoming
     financial year;
•    monitor the progress of the current year’s budget and the Principal Activity Plan.


COMMENTS:

The minutes of the meetings of the Budget Committee held on 26 June and 3 July
2001 are detailed in Schedule No.1. It is suggested the minutes be noted.


Moved by Cr MacGill, seconded by Cr McEvoy

That the Council notes the confirmed minutes of the Budget Committee
meeting held on 26 June and the unconfirmed minutes of the Budget
Committee held on 3 July 2001.

The motion was put and carried



As stipulated under the City of Perth Policy No.CS28 the votes were recorded
as follows:-

For:                The Lord Mayor, Crs Stroud, Tan, MacGill, McEvoy, Scaffidi, Tudori.

Against:            Nil




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525/01 CITY OF PERTH 2001/2002 BUDGET


BACKGROUND:

FILE REFERENCE:                           P1015937
RESPONSIBLE DIRECTOR:                     Noelene Jennings, Director Corporate Services
DATE:                                     12 July 2001

The Reserves to which money is transferred this year have been established for
specific purposes as follows:

Reserve                                                                 Year Established by the Council

Asset Replacement Reserve                                                          1998/99
Parking Facilities Development Reserve                                             1977/78
Perth Town Hall Restoration Reserve                                                1992/93
Art Acquisition Reserve                                                            1998/99
Parking Meters and Ticket Machines Reserve                                         1982/83

It is proposed to rationalise the City’s existing reserves by combining the Concert
Hall - Plant and the Concert Hall - Furniture/carpet Reserves into one and combining
the Fleet Replacement Reserve and Mobile Plant Replacement Reserve into one,
covering the same purposes for which the Reserves were originally established.

The draft 2001/2002 Budget was prepared in accordance with the deliberations of
the Budget Committee. The Budget Committee has met on several occasions and
endorsed the proposals and expenditures included in the Budget.


POLICY/LEGISLATION/STRATEGIC PLAN:

Part 6 Division 2, of the Local Government Act 1995 and Part 3 of the Local
Government (Financial Management) Regulations 1996.

COMMENTS:

The 2001/2002 Budget is submitted for adoption and for striking the rate, fees and
charges for the financial year ending 30 June 2002.

Moved by Cr Stroud, seconded by Cr MacGill

That the Council BY AN ABSOLUTE MAJORITY adopt the City’s Budget
for the year ending 30 June 2002 as follows:


                                                                                               (Cont’d)



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1.         OPERATING STATEMENT as tabled;

2.         STATEMENT OF CASHFLOWS as tabled;

3.         CAPITAL EXPENDITURE STATEMENT as tabled;

4.         NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET as tabled;

5.         OPERATING STATEMENT

           That the Operating Statement showing a change in Net Assets
           resulting from operations amounting to $17,675,993 be adopted;

6.         CASH FLOW STATEMENT

           That the Cash Flow Statement showing a net decrease in cash held
           of $19,019,296 as tabled, be adopted;

7.         RATES SETTING STATEMENT

           That the Rates Setting Statement as tabled be adopted showing a
           surplus of $1,606,217, after transferring $12,159,950 to Reserves at
           the end of June 2001:

           7.1 $3,200,000 to the Assets Replacement Reserve, including an
               amount of $2,839,868 from the proceeds of sale of assets;

           7.2 $8,500,000 to the Parking Facilities Development Reserve;

           7.3 $48,000 to the Parking Meters and Ticket Machines Reserve;

           7.4 $400,000 to the Perth Town Hall Restoration Reserve;

           7.5 $11,950 unused provision to the Art Acquisition Reserve;

8.         CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

           That the Capital Expenditure budget totalling $43,295,848 as tabled,
           be adopted;



                                                                             (Cont’d)



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9.         STRIKING OF THE RATE AND LEVYING CHARGES 2001/2002

           That the Council proceeds to strike the rates and levy the charges
           for the year ending 30 June 2002 as follows:-

           9.1 Differential Rates

                    Differential rates based on the predominant purpose for which
                    the land is held be adopted as follows:-

                    Commercial                        6.936        cents in the dollar
                    Hotel                             7.303        cents in the dollar
                    Industrial                        7.705        cents in the dollar
                    Office                            5.034        cents in the dollar
                    Residential                       5.881        cents in the dollar
                    Retail                            7.337        cents in the dollar
                    Vacant Land                      10.068        cents in the dollar

           9.2 Minimum Payment

                    A minimum payment of $300 per annum be imposed, pursuant
                    to Section 6.35 of the Local Government Act 1995 in respect of
                    any rateable land within the City;

10.        RATE PAYMENT OPTIONS

           That the City provides the options of one, two or four instalments
           for the payment of rates. Interest and administration fee applicable
           to instalment payments are as follows:-

           10.1 5.5% per annum interest be charged if a four instalment option
                is selected;

           10.2 an administration charge of $15 is to be applied to the two and
                four instalment options if selected;




                                                                                              (Cont’d)



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11.        LATE PAYMENT INTEREST

        11.1 That the rate of interest to be imposed on rates and service
             charges that remain unpaid after its due date is to be set at
             11% and be applied from the due date for payment;

        11.2 That the interest rate of 11% be imposed on any debt other
             than rates that remains unpaid calculated daily from its due
             date until the date of payment;

12.        INNER CITY RESIDENTIAL RATE RELIEF

           That the inner city residential rate relief scheme introduced to
           promote living in the city continues during the budget year. The
           scheme is to operate as follows:-

           12.1 Purchasers of newly developed residential properties will
                qualify for a three years rate relief up to $2,000 per annum per
                rateable property, effective from the beginning of the financial
                year following the year in which the property was completed
                and purchased. The scheme applies to any type of single or
                multiple residential accommodation newly constructed;

           12.2 The rate relief only applies to Inner City developments within
                the area bounded by Victoria Avenue in the East, the freeway
                West, the River to the South and the Railway North;

           12.3 The Rate relief is available by application from qualified first
                purchasers and is transportable to the next purchasers to the
                extent that remains available to the original purchasers of
                newly developed residential properties;

           12.4 In case of a mixed development, the rate relief will only apply
                to purchasers of the residential portion of the development.

13.        FEES AND CHARGES

           That the schedule of fees and charges to be applied during the
           budget year 2001/2002 as tabled be adopted.



                                                                             (Cont’d)



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14.        RESERVES

           Amalgamation of the Concert Hall - Plant and Concert Hall -
           Furniture/carpet Reserves into one and combining the Fleet
           Replacement and the Mobile Plant Replacement Reserves into one
           for the same purpose for which each reserve was established.

Motion to suspend Standing Orders

Moved by Cr Tudori, seconded by Cr Tan

That clause 9.5 of the Standing Orders be suspended in order to allow
Members to speak more than once.

The motion was put and carried

As stipulated under the City of Perth Policy No.CS28 the votes were recorded
as follows:-

For:                The Lord Mayor, Crs McEvoy, MacGill, Scaffidi, Stroud, Tan and
                    Tudori.

Against:            Nil

Discussion ensued

Motion to resume Standing Orders

Moved by Cr MacGill, seconded by Cr McEvoy

That clause 9.5 of the Standing Orders be resumed.

The motion was put and carried

As stipulated under the City of Perth Policy No.CS28 the votes were recorded
as follows:-

For:                The Lord Mayor, Crs McEvoy, MacGill, Scaffidi, Stroud, Tan and
                    Tudori.

Against:            Nil

The motion was put and carried by an absolute majority




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As stipulated under the City of Perth Policy No.CS28 the votes were recorded
as follows:-

For:                The Lord Mayor, Crs Stroud, Tan, MacGill, McEvoy, Scaffidi, Tudori.

Against:            Nil


The Lord Mayor declared the meeting closed at 12.35pm with Councillors McEvoy,
MacGill, Scaffidi, Stroud, Tan and Tudori in attendance.




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                                       BUDGET COMMITTEE


                                            INDEX

        Item                                Description                    Page

        BU69/01                CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES                       2
        BU70/01                REVIEW OF PARKING FEES - 2001/2002 BUDGET     3
        BU71/01                FEES AND CHARGES 2001/2002 - RECOVERABLE
                               WORKS                                        13
        BU72/01                WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICE FEES - 2001/2002    17
        BU73/01                TOURIST VISITOR SERVICING CENTRE - PERTH     23
        BU74/01                FIVE YEAR PLAN - UNDERGROUND POWER
                               PROGRAMME                                    27
        BU75/01                NEW ROAD/FOOTPATH OBSTRUCTION PERMIT FEES    31
        BU76/01                OPERATING BUDGET 2001/2002                   33




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Minutes of the meeting of the City of Perth Budget Committee held in Committee
Room 1, Ninth Floor, Council House, 27 St George’s Terrace, Perth, on Tuesday, 26
June 2001 at 3.20pm.

PRESENT:

MEMBERS:

Cr Sutherland                               Presiding Member
The Lord Mayor
Cr Stroud
Cr McEvoy
Cr Tan

OFFICERS:

Garry Dunne                        -        Director Service Units
Noelene Jennings                   -        Director Corporate Services
Doug Forster                       -        Director Business Units
Charlotte Stockwell                -        Director Strategy
Said Hafez                         -        Manager Finance
Bill Mulcahy                       -        Senior Management Accountant
Morris Stevens                     -        Acting Administrative Services Team Leader
Leah Holleley                      -        Administrative Officer

APOLOGIES:

Cr MacGill
Cr Scaffidi

MEMBERS ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE:

Nil

DISCLOSURE OF MEMBERS’ INTERESTS:

Nil


BU69/01 CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES

Moved by Cr Stroud, seconded by Cr McEvoy

That the minutes of the meeting of the Budget Committee held on
12 June 2001 be taken as read and confirmed.

The motion was put and carried.




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BU70/01 REVIEW OF PARKING FEES - 2001/2002 BUDGET


BACKGROUND:

FILE REFERENCE:                             P1015937, P1003659-3
RESPONSIBLE DIRECTOR:                       Douglas Forster, Director Business Units
DATE:                                       25 May 2001

Further information in relation to this issue has been provided on page 7 of
this agenda.

In the 1999/2000 Budget Parking Fees were increased in the City’s commuter car
parks by an average of five percent, the first increase in five years. Fees in the
central city shopper car parks had not been increased since 1995.

In the 2000/2001 Budget fee increases were variable reflecting the introduction of
GST, Sunday and night fees in several facilities, and the capital upgrades in His
Majesty’s and Roe Street car parks. Kerbside parking within the Central Business
District (CBD) rose from $1.40 per hour to $1.60 and outside the CBD from $1.00 per
hour to $1.20 per hour.

Last year for the first time the car parks and the associated fee structures were
grouped according to their geographic location, the customers they served and
competition with the private sector.

The Budget Committee meeting on 13 June 2000 adopted the recommended on-
street and off-street parking fees and in addition that:

“(i)    The introduction of parking ticket machines in some streets be considered in
        principle; and

(ii)    future pricing for on-street parking be determined at a rate to provide an
        incentive for increased use of off-street parking.”

This matter was further progressed in a report on Policies and Opportunities - Off-
street Parking, considered by the Council on 13 March 2001.

In a report to the Budget Committee considered on 27 March 2001 it was stated that
the projected income from the parking facilities will be down approximately $1.6
million or seven percent on budget projections in the current year. In comparison
Secure Parking and Wilson Parking are experiencing a 14.2 % and 16 % drop-off
respectively over the same period. The slowing in demand for car parking,
particularly of a casual or shopper nature, reflects the downturn in the retail market
and the economy generally.

Informal advice has been received from the Department of Transport indicating that
the present $70 per bay per annum parking levy will rise from the current level to
$120. Should this occur, it will mean a cost escalation of $865,000 ($50 x 17,300
bays). To recover this cost alone it will mean an escalation in parking fees across all

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commuter, shopper and kerbside parking. It is understood that the Government will
consider and make a decision in this regard in early June 2001.


POLICY/LEGISLATION/STRATEGIC PLAN:

Policy
Policy Name and Number: CS24: Budget policy related to car parking business
Legislation
Local Government Act 1995
Perth Parking Management Act 1999

Strategic Plan
Key Result Area: Economy
Objective No: E1         Objective: A Financially Healthy City
                         Strategy: Income Maintenance and Growth
                         Action: Develop strategies for the future through
                         income maintenance, diversity and growth

The Budget Policy related to car parking business states:

The City is engaged in a parking business for the following purpose:

1.      To ensure that there is adequate public parking for both commuters and
        shoppers; to ensure the long term viability of the city as the premier business
        district of Perth and the state of Western Australia; and that the parking
        business be operated at a profit.

2.      To that end the City has adopted the following principles in relation to the
        business operations:

        2.1 Commuter car parks are developed for revenue production purposes with
            the intent to levy fees at market price.

        2.2 Multi-storey shopper car parks will be operated to achieve a reasonable
            return on investment. At the same time fees will be set at levels to assist
            and ensure visitation to the city.

        2.3 Special Events will be at market price with discounts offered where the
            City is either the operator or sponsor of the particular event.

        2.4 Parking fees are to be determined taking into account the control and
            management of traffic in the city.


DETAILS:

There are a number of principles underpinning how car parking impacts on the city
and potential major influences related to on-street and off-street car parking for the
next three to five years. To place the thinking behind the final recommendations of
this report into some context it is worth identifying those principles and influences.

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Principles Supporting the Provision of Car Parking

• To achieve a balance between the use of public transport and convenience of car
  travel.
• To encourage people to visit and shop in the city.
• To maintain parking income as second only to rate income for the City.
• To persuade drivers into off-street car parks to reduce congestion on-street.
• To operate a parking business which targets the needs of patrons.
• To sustain a competitive parking business in comparison to other parking
  providers.
• To ensure a return on investment from parking properties.
• To maintain the role of the City of Perth as a parking fee regulator.

Potential Influences on City Parking

• Construction of the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre and Stadium;
• proposed construction of a multi-storey facility by EPRA in Northbridge;
• opening of the Narrows Bridge and freeway improvements into the city;
• construction of the Perth Urban Rail Development Project extension;
• construction of the Woodside development on Milligan Street and associated
  parking demand;
• downturn in the retail sector;
• a political desire to hold fees in shopper car parks to a reasonable level.

Schedule 1 shows the existing City of Perth parking stations. Also shown are the
short and long-stay areas as proscribed in the Perth Parking Management Act and
Regulations. The legislative provisions delineate the combination of commuter and
shopper car bays from car park to car park. On the same map is shown the existing
kerbside (on-street) fee parking on a street by street basis.

The closure of Mill Street and the Entertainment Centre car parks to facilitate the
PCEC and Stadium construction will result in the temporary reduction of existing
parking stock by a total of 800 bays for 30 months and 300 bays for 9 months.
Measures have been developed to capture the displaced motorists at other City of
Perth car parks. In reality however the net income will be down as there are
secondary costs associated with using the alternative car parks and motorists will
seek other locations. Financial implications associated with PCEC and the Stadium
proceeding are detailed further in the report.

Rationalisation of property owned or leased or vested in the City for parking
purposes is underway. To date 15 facilities have been assessed with the balance of
24 remaining. Once the exercise is complete a full report will be provided for
consideration. Meantime tenders have been lodged with EPRA for the “land sale”

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car parks in East Perth. In addition a letter has been sent to EPRA regarding the
Royal Street car park and the Authority’s indication that it intends to resume the land
from the City.

Information provided by the Department of Transport confirms that there has been a
shift of people coming in to the City onto public transport in the order of six to eight
percent on buses and three percent on trains. Petrol prices may be one of the
significant factors in this regard having risen 20-25 % over the past 12 months
(research information provided by RACWA).

Shopper Car Parks

While several car parks have dual roles of shopper and commuter depending on the
time of day and day of the week, the predominant shopper car parks are: Citiplace,
Pier Street, His Majesty’s, Railway Station Forecourt, Forrest Place lower level,
Council House, Cultural Centre, Roe Street, State Library, Governor’s Avenue,
Concert Hall, Fire Station and Irwin Street. These facilities are both multi-storey and
on-ground. They are centrally located or close to the periphery of the CBD and
Northbridge.

Commuter Car Parks

The newly refurbished Roe Street car park has significant spare capacity, particularly
during weekdays. This facility together with the Cultural Centre also accessed off
Roe Street is suited to commuter or long stay parking during weekdays and short-
stay during the evening and on weekends to service the restaurant and
entertainment precinct of Northbridge. To achieve this split a suitable fee structure to
encourage commuters to use the facilities is recommended.

There is a strong case to substantially increase the fees in a number of strategically
located and convenient commuter car parks particularly given the fees being charged
by private sector businesses in close proximity. A scrutiny of Schedule 2 (yellow
column) confirms that other parking providers charge considerably more than does
the City for long term parking, particularly in regard to the maximum daily fee.

Private providers also use one-off “pay on entry” fees which generate a greater level
of income than does an hourly rate, particularly for high turnover facilities.

The Council deliberations on the PCEC and Stadium car park purchase provided an
indication that a $10 daily fee for commuter car parks in two to three year’s time
would be acceptable.

Given the relatively small distances east to west and north to south within the city,
the CAT bus, and free transit systems, commuters can choose almost any car park
and access their place of work reasonably conveniently. Since the opening of the
Graham Farmer Tunnel choice of car parking facility is greater due to the increased
ease of city access.




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On-street Parking

The indications by the Budget Committee last year that the introduction of paid
parking into streets not currently existing be considered in principle is discussed
below.

There are a number of areas throughout the City where the installation of ticket
machines will be beneficial in maintaining street parking for short-term customers
conducting business. A fee for parking on-street also encourages those wishing to
stay for longer periods to use off-street facilities.

The locations identified for consideration are shown on the plan in Schedule 1
(streets marked in green) and listed in Schedule 3.

There is a lead time in purchasing and placing the parking machines in the streets in
the first year. Some 70 machines will be available within the first quarter of
2001/2002 with the balance of 35 in the third quarter if capital funding is approved.

Of primary importance is the constant turnover of parked vehicles within the
identified streets which will assist businesses and traders. Time restrictions are
already in place however the regulatory cost is high and the effectiveness of
enforcing the restrictions has limitations. Where paid parking is introduced motorists
must display a ticket which then becomes a simple check of time stayed. Without a
ticket “chalking” the tyres is the only alternative which is marginal in terms of
effectiveness.

Time restrictions in streets where ticket machines/meters already exist is generally
8am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday and 8am until midday on a Saturday with Sunday
free. Working and recreational habits have changed considerably, workdays are
shifting to earlier starts and later finishes as work hour flexibility is taken advantage
of. It will be recommended that the kerbside paid hours be expanded to 6am until
6pm Monday to Saturday with Sunday remaining free. These times will coincide with
off-street car parking.


FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

INCOME - 2000/2001:
ACCOUNT NO:                                 6343
BUDGET ITEM:                                Parking Fees/Charges
BUDGET PAGE NUMBER:                         10
BUDGETED AMOUNT:                            $21,518,345
AMOUNT RECEIVED TO DATE: (TO END            $18,020,259
OF MAY)
PROJECTED INCOME:                           $19,837,263




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Background

The parking levy is predicted to rise from the present $70 per bay to $120 per bay. If
the increase applies from 1 July 2001 the additional cost will be $865,000 per
annum.

Retail trading is down and together with higher petrol prices is likely to contain car
park patronage at present levels.

The Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre construction will result in loss of parking
patrons with associated income reduction of $926,000 assuming 70 % of displaced
motorists will use other City of Perth car parks.

Setting Fees for 2001/2002

A number of fee options have been developed for consideration. The options in
Schedule 2 are based on a number of assumptions which are shown as notes to the
schedule.

a)      Shopper Car Parks

Given the political desire to hold shopper car park fees to a reasonable level one
scenario only has been costed. It is to recoup the $50 parking levy increase applied
by the Government plus CPI increase rounded to suit coinage. This in effect
maintains the status quo for the City in terms of income.

Schedule 2 also shows the projected additional income for the Shopper car parks
under this scenario as $1,129,000The projected amount includes the recovery of the
parking levy, CPI, pricing variations, for example day rates in several car parks.

b)      Commuter Car Parks

For commuter car parks three options have been costed, details of which are shown
in Schedule 2 and in summary in Schedule 4.

1.      Increase by CPI and recoup the $50 levy increase (projected additional income
        $482,000)
2.      Increase by CPI and recoup the $50 levy increase plus 5% (projected additional
        income $764,000)
3.      Increase by CPI and recoup the $50 levy increase plus 10% (projected
        additional income $1,046,000)

Schedule 4 provides the detail of all four projected income totals.


COMMENTS:

The financial outcomes of the options are summarised in Schedule 4.             Major
recommendations arising from the report are as follows:


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1.         Shopper car park fees are recommended to rise but in real terms will be
           income neutral for the City, that is CPI plus recovery of the $50 increase in the
           parking levy.

2.         Commuter car park fees are recommended to rise to account for CPI and levy
           increase recovery plus five percent. The recommendation is based on:

           a) direct cost recovery of CPI
           b) direct cost recovery of the State Government imposed $50 increase in
              parking levy
           c) the levying of fees approaching market price
           d) ensuring sufficient financial return to maintain City parking assets.

3.         It is recommended that new kerbside paid parking be introduced into those
           streets identified in Schedule 3.

4.         The hours for paid on-street parking be expanded to 6.00 am - 6.00 pm.

5.         The equalisation of Friday and Saturday night fees in Northbridge car parks be
           introduced.

6.         Sunday fees be applied across the balance of the car parks.

7.         To encourage weekday commuter use of Roe Street car park by the
           introduction of a maximum daily rate.


FURTHER INFORMATION DATED 15 JUNE 2001:

The Budget Committee at its meeting held on 12 June 2001, considered in part the
review of parking fees for the coming financial year. The report circulated for that
meeting is to be considered as part 1 to this report. This report consolidates the
decisions made, provides further information in relation to queries raised, and seeks
further consideration of these matters.

Attached as Schedule 5 are copies of the overheads used as part of the report
presentation.

POLICY/LEGISLATION/STRATEGIC PLAN:

Policy
Policy Name and Number: CS24: Budget policy related to car parking business
Legislation
Local Government Act 1995
Perth Parking Management Act 1999

Strategic Plan
Key Result Area: Economy
Objective No: E1         Objective: A Financially Healthy City


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                                            Strategy: Income Maintenance and Growth
                                            Action: Develop strategies for the future through
                                            income maintenance, diversity and growth

DETAILS:

Decisions made
At the 12 June 2001 Budget Committee meeting there were a number of decisions
made and these are stated below for re-affirmation:

• A maximum daily rate is to be introduced into Roe Street, Pier Street, Cultural
  Centre and State Library for convenience of patrons.
• A split pricing structure to be introduced into Roe Street car park to encourage
  commuter use during weekdays.
• The concept of introducing paid on-street parking in those streets listed and
  shown in green on the map is agreed.
• Paid parking on the streets above will be via ticket machines which will become
  surplus after new machines are introduced into car parks.
• On-street paid parking within the Central Business District (CBD) is to be levied at
  two dollars per hour or one dollar per half hour or part thereof. Outside the CBD
  the fees will be $1.50 per hour or 80c per half hour or part thereof.

Matters for further information

1.      Expansion of paid parking times on-street

The existing on-street paid parking times are from 8.00 am until 6.00 pm Monday to
Saturday with the exclusion of inner Northbridge and CBD core streets on Saturday
afternoon. Sunday is free. The proposal is to extend the paid parking time to 6.00
am Monday to Saturday with no exclusions and Sunday free.

An audit has been undertaken which indicates that within the Milligan and Wellington
Streets, Victoria Avenue and Terrace Road precincts the number of cars parked on-
street from 6.00 am to 8.00 am averaged 215 each day over two days (Thursday and
Friday). Should the additional two hours be included an extra $225,000 will be
generated.

2.      Sunday fees

The application of parking fees on a Sunday was also discussed at the Budget
Committee meeting on 12 June 2001. Paid parking in the major shopper car parks
has been in operation since Sunday training commenced. Last year Sunday fees
were extended to the majority of inner city car parks and those located in strategic
areas, for example in close proximity to Barrack Square. The proposal presently
before the Budget Committee is to convert the balance of car parks to Sunday fees
so that there is consistency across the whole city.


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At the Budget Committee information was provided from a Sunday audit of a number
of facilities including Irwin Street and the Fire Station car parks. Both these are
substantially occupied by mid morning on Sundays and remain that way until
5.30 pm. This indicates that those facilities are being used most likely by staff of city
businesses who are currently enjoying free parking for the day. Once these facilities
are full then shoppers do not have access when shops open for trading later in the
day.

In many of the peripheral car parks Sunday fees is not an issue as there are few cars
using the facilities. There are however the exceptions for example when Ozone and
Langley reserves are opened for major events and a fee charged accordingly, then,
should neighbouring car parks not attract a Sunday fee inequity will result.

Those facilities operated by private interests which are open on a Sunday charge
fees.

Those car parks categorised as shopper car parks earn approximately $50,000 per
annum on Sunday openings and commuter car parks approximately $12,000.
Whether the facilities are free or not, security is still provided, and multi-storey car
parks in particular are staffed. Costs such as lighting, ventilation and communication
systems remain active and are a cost accordingly.

3.      Additional streets for paid parking

The Budget Committee discussed the introduction of paid parking into streets over
and above those listed in the initial report. Specifically Bronte Street from Plain
Street to Waterloo Crescent and Horatio Street from Bronte Street to Nelson
Crescent (in and around the WA Main Roads complex) were mentioned.

Parking meters are available to place in these streets and approval is sought to do
so.

Other matters for consideration

Primarily the setting of parking fees for the budget year 2001/2002 for shopper car
parks and commuter car parks remains to be considered. The items listed under the
comments heading in the earlier report may assist in this regard.

It was therefore recommended that the Budget Committee further considers parking
fees for the 2001/2002 financial year.

Moved by Cr Sutherland, seconded by Cr McEvoy

That the Budget Committee accept the parking fees for the 2001/02
financial year, in accordance with Option 3, with the exception of the new
Sunday parking fees.

The motion was put and carried



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As requested by the Committee, the votes were recorded as follows:

For:                  The Lord Mayor, Crs Stroud, Sutherland, McEvoy, and Tan

Against:              Nil



FURTHER MATTERS:

1.      EXPANSION OF PAID PARKING TIMES ON STREET

No action required.


2.      SUNDAY FEES

Moved by Cr McEvoy, seconded by the Lord Mayor

That Sunday fees for parking be extended to include Irwin Street and the
Fire Station carparks.

The motion was put and carried


As requested by the Committee, the votes were recorded as follows:

For:                  The Lord Mayor, Crs Sutherland, McEvoy, and Tan

Against:              Cr Stroud



3.      PAID PARKING ON BRONTE STREET

Moved by Cr Stroud, seconded by Cr McEvoy

That paid parking be introduced into Bronte Street from Plain Street to
Waterloo Crescent, and Horatio Street from Bronte Street to Nelson
Crescent (in and around the Main Roads WA complex) from Monday to
Saturday, 8.00am - 6.00pm, Sundays free.

The motion was put and carried




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As requested by the Committee, the votes were recorded as follows:

For:                  The Lord Mayor, Crs Stroud, Sutherland, McEvoy, and Tan

Against:              Nil



BU71/01 FEES AND CHARGES 2001/2002 - RECOVERABLE WORKS


BACKGROUND:

FILE REFERENCE:                             P1015937, P1014498
RESPONSIBLE DIRECTOR:                       Douglas Forster, Director Business Units
DATE:                                       18 June 2001


Works are undertaken by the City’s workforce from time to time for private
companies and public authorities. The scope of works ranges from major road
construction work for Main Roads Western Australia to small re-instatement works
for contractors. The cost of works, which are fully recovered from the customer, can
range up to $500,000 in value.

The structure of works cost recovery is based on actual cost plus overheads plus
margin plus administration fees. For the larger projects the current administration
charges become excessive as an overhead charge. As a consequence a new scale
of charges for administration fees is proposed.

The current administration fees chargeable on Recoverable Works, under the
2000/2001 budget are as follows:-

Works up to the value of $1000                               $80 fee plus GST
Works over $1000                                             11% fee plus GST.

It is the intention of this report to demonstrate that a flat rate charge for
administration fees, regardless of the size of the works, reduces the competitive
nature of the City’s construction services, and to propose an alternative fee structure
accordingly.

Recoverable Works are a source of additional income to the City (approximately
$180,000 for 2000/2001). They also serve to provide a constant flow of work to the
City’s workforce. Tendering for Recoverable Works also provides a comparison as to
the efficiency of the construction team with private contractors. It is desirable that the
City can competitively quote to secure Recoverable Works jobs, thus maintaining a
skilled workforce. Involvement in Recoverable Works by other authorities also
ensures that the City has a say in these projects.




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POLICY/LEGISLATION/STRATEGIC PLAN:

Policy
Policy Name and Number:                     CS24 Budget Policies - Review of fees and charges

Strategic Plan
Key Result Area: Economy
Objective No: E1.3        Objective: A Financially Healthy City
                          Strategy: Income Maintenance and Growth
                          Action: Develop strategies for the future through
                          income maintenance, diversity and growth.
Key Result Area: Environment
Objective No: EN2.1       Objective: Built Environment
                          Strategy: Infrastructure Provision
                          Action: Co-ordinate infrastructure provision throughout
                          the City to facilitate the development of new
                          communities through inner city living.


DETAILS:

As an alternative to a flat rate of fees charged on Recoverable works, a scale of fees
is proposed. The fees would achieve the full recovery of administration costs in
addition to maintaining the competitive edge on pricing of works that the City carries
out for other organisations. An example of the recommended scale of fees compared
with the current charging system is as follows:-

Nature of Works                                        Cost      Flat Rate Fees    Proposed
                                                                    2000/01       Scale of Fees

Service pit re-instatement                              $500                $80             $80
Minor Drainage Modifications                          $15,000            $1,650          $1,650
Major Drainage Modifications                          $25,000            $2,750          $2,000
James Street Freeway Connection                      $217,000           $23,870         $10,850
Narrows Interchange Bus Link                         $486,000           $53,460         $24,300

As can be seen above, there will be no change to works up to the value of $20,000.
On works over $20,000, the percentage rate charged for administration fees drops.
This is commensurate with the fact that administration costs do not increase in
proportion to the size of the works. On a large project the administration costs are no
greater than for smaller projects, in terms of man-hours, invoicing requirements and
accountancy fees.

Under the current system, for example, the Narrows Interchange project would
attract an additional $29,590 in administration fees compared to the James Street
project. It is situations such as these where fees for administration costs make prices
offered by the City non-competitive in the market place.

Direct construction administration on-costs, such as supervision and site meetings,
will be itemised separately to administration fees rather than included in a flat rate


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fee for all administration costs. This will ensure no overall loss of income to the city
whilst allowing flexibility to price projects according to the actual works performed.

In order to maintain the City’s position as a preferred contractor with organisations
such as MRWA, it is recommended that the administration charges should align to
the actual costs and thus complement the competitive nature of the construction
services offered.

A scale of fees as proposed will achieve the fully recovery of administration costs
whilst maintaining a position in the market place as a competitively priced service
provider. This will ensure the City’s input and control in all aspects of infrastructure
provision. It will maintain a valuable source of income, and serve to maintain a skilled
workforce.


FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

ACCOUNT NO:                                   N/A
BUDGET ITEM:                                  Transport - Recoverable works
BUDGET PAGE NUMBER:                           25
BUDGETED AMOUNT:                              $535,000
AMOUNT SPENT TO DATE:                         $1,021,605
PROPOSED COST:                                N/A
BALANCE:                                      N/A

ANNUAL MAINTENANCE:                           N/A

All figures quoted in this report are exclusive of GST.

INCOME:
ACCOUNT NO:                                 N/A
BUDGET ITEM:                                Transport - Recoverable Works
BUDGET PAGE NUMBER:                         10
BUDGETED AMOUNT:                            $638,050
AMOUNT RECEIVED TO DATE:                    $1,202,760
ACTUAL INCOME:                              N/A
WRITTEN DOWN VALUE:                         N/A
profit on changeover:                       N/A


COMMENTS:

The introduction of a scale of fees to be charged on Recoverable Works will recover
administration costs, whilst not inflating the cost of Recoverable Works. This will
assist in maintaining the City’s position as a preferred contractor for provision of
services of this nature. It will also help to secure the future of a valuable source of
income to the City and maintain full utilisation of the City’s workforce.

It was therefore recommended that:-




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1.      the Budget Committee consider the scale of fees associated with Recoverable
        Works for the 2001/2002 budget;

2.      the scale of administration charges to be applied to Recoverable Works for the
        2001/2002 budget be as follows:-
        2.1 for works up to $1,000, an $80 fee;

        2.2 for works $1,000 to $20,000, an 11% fee;

        2.3 for works $20,000 to $50,000, an 8% fee;

        2.4 for works over $50,000, a 5% fee.



Moved by the Lord Mayor, seconded by Cr Stroud

That:-

1.      the Budget Committee consider the scale of fees associated with
        Recoverable Works for the 2001/2002 budget;

2.      the scale of administration charges to be applied to Recoverable
        Works for the 2001/2002 budget be tiered as follows:-

        2.1 for works up to $1,000, an $80 fee;

        2.2 for works $1,001 to $20,000, $80 plus an 11% fee on the amount
            in excess of $1,000;

        2.3 for works $20,001 to $50,000, $2,170 plus an 8% fee on the
            amount in excess of $20,000;

        2.4 for works over $50,000, $4,570 plus a 5% fee on the amount in
            excess of $50,000.

The motion was put and carried


As requested by the Committee, the votes were recorded as follows:

For:                  The Lord Mayor, Crs Stroud, Sutherland, McEvoy, and Tan

Against:              Nil




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BU72/01 WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICE FEES - 2001/2002


BACKGROUND:

FILE REFERENCE:                             P1013202
RESPONSIBLE DIRECTOR:                       Douglas Forster, Director Business Units
DATE:                                       17 June 2001

Since 1997/98, waste management service fees have been calculated on a full cost
recovery basis of all operating expenses. A review of the expected costs and
revenue for the waste management service for 2001/02 has been conducted
accordingly.


POLICY/LEGISLATION/STRATEGIC PLAN:

Policy
Policy Name and Number:                        CS24: Budget Policy states that in relation to price
                                               increases, market price is the current or ruling charge.
                                               Each fee will increase by at least the Consumer Price
                                               Index (CPI) each year to ensure that the City achieves
                                               a reasonable rate of return on the Capital investment.

Legislation
Local Government Act 1995
Health Act 1911 (as amended)
Strategic Plan
Key Result Area: Environment
Objective No:             EN2 Built Environment
Strategy:                 EN2.4 Provide for the safe handling and disposal of
                          wastes, minimising risk to public health and the
                          environment, and encourage the minimisation and
                          recovery of wastes generally.

DETAILS:

The cost of providing the waste and recycling service in 2001/02 is affected by two
major factors being direct operating expenses and increased levels of demand; the
details are discussed below.

Operating Costs
Increases in projected costs of operating expenses for the waste management
service are cited below.

The cost of labour is expected to rise by at least 2.75% associated with existing and
new Enterprise Bargaining Agreements with the outside workforce. Direct labour
accounts for 48% of the total cost of the service, and there are also indirect labour
costs such as labour used for plant servicing.


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Secondly, the cost of fuels and oils for the relevant plant and equipment has
increased by 20-25% during 2000/01 financial year, with expectations mixed
regarding fuel prices next year. The cost effects of fuel and oils are incurred by the
service through internal plant hire rates where fuel comprises 13% of total rates.

The tipping fees at the Tamala Park facility at Mindarie are expected to rise by 20%
due to an increase in the average cost per tonne for waste disposal. For example
the cost of tipping general waste will rise from $18.50 to $22.20 per tonne. It should
be noted that this increase is the first of a number of expected increases in charges
as the Tamala Park waste disposal site progresses towards secondary waste
treatment.     The existing landfill cell is nearly full, and the Department of
Environmental Protection has stated that another landfill cell will not be approved
unless substantial progress in secondary treatment methods is made. It is expected
that tipping fees at Tamala Park will rise from the existing $18.50 per tonne to $65 (in
today’s dollars) per tonne within five years.

Service Demand
The level of demand for both waste collection and recycling services is continuously
increasing as discussed below.
1.      Waste Collection
Overall, the demand for services continues to expand. During the 2000/2001
financial year, waste bin service requests increased mostly due to additional
residential development in the city and changes in commercial services. For
example, during the six months ending December 2000, 340 residential strata units
were approved, and for the same period, 249 building licenses were issued. It is
expected that similar development growth will be maintained in 2001.

The volume of waste services provided is measured by the number of bin lifts, that
is, how many bins are emptied over a defined period. The number of bin lifts for
2000/2001 currently exceeds 1.25 million per year. This represents an increase of
82,000 or 8% on the previous financial year.

The rate of growth is expected to be slightly less in 2001/02, at around 5%. This rate
is based on the increased level of demand experienced in 2000/01 and the expected
supply of residential and commercial properties. Details of these increases are
summarised in Table 1 below.

Table 1: The level of demand for waste collection services by bin lifts

Financial Years                             1999/2000   2000/2001      2001/2002
                                                                         (Est.)
Total Bin Lifts                             1,133,800   1,215,900       1,278,300
Percentage increase on                        N/A          8%              5%
previous year.




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2.      Recycling Services
Demand for waste recycling services has continued to increase although the total
weight of recycling materials from all sources has slightly decreased due to more
bulky and lightweight packaging materials being collected. The annual number of
recycling bin lifts are expected to be 12,000 by July 2001. An increase of 10% in bin
lifts is expected by the end of 2001/02 year representing an increase of 1,200. The
recycling bin service is currently charged at the subsidised fee of $75 per collection
per annum.

Other waste recycling services are provided free of charge, nevertheless their costs
need to be recouped. Cardboard removal from commercial areas is a free service
due to difficulties of identifying ownership of the materials, and residential customers
are provided with crates for the free recycling of paper and glass.

A comprehensive review of recycling methods and services has commenced with a
sample survey of commercial waste generators. Emphasis will be on how the City
might work more closely with commercial property owners and managers to capture
additional high grade office paper not currently recycled due to contamination by
other waste. The review and recommendation report will be completed by
September 2001.

Cost and Revenue Effects
Table 2 below summarises costs and revenues by type of service. A breakdown of
operating costs by property categories is not currently available as the pragmatics of
weighing waste from individual bins, and apportioning operating expenses such as
tipping fees, is difficult to achieve. Sophisticated weighing equipment installed on the
waste collection trucks would be required to accurately identify costs. However,
costs can reasonably grouped into residential and commercial groupings based on
the records of current services provided.

Table 2: Operating costs and revenues based by service type

                                            No of bin   Operating    Proposed   Income
            SERVICE TYPE                    services      costs        Fees      using
                                            per week    2001/2002    2001/2002 proposed
                                                                                  fees
                                                                               2001/2002
                                                           $            $           $
Basic residential                                4987                   110.00     548,570
Basic commercial                                 2878                   160.00     460,480
Additional residential and                      14811                   110.00    1,629,210
commercial (averaged)
Bulk services                                     456                    540.00    246,240
Recycling                                         231                     78.00     18,018
Tipping and Recycling refunds                                                      124,000
Total residential (40% of total                          1,062,366


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                                                   No of bin     Operating     Proposed      Income
            SERVICE TYPE                           services        costs         Fees         using
                                                   per week      2001/2002     2001/2002    proposed
                                                                                               fees
                                                                                            2001/2002
                                                                    $               $            $
service cost)
Total commercial (60% of total                                    1,593,550
service cost)
                                     TOTALS            23,363 $2,655,916                N/A $3,026,518
Note:
Fee increases are based on the “notional CPI” rate of 4%.

It is recommended that the waste management service fees for 2001/02 be
increased by a notional 4%. Fees for service types will be slightly above or below
this amount due to rounding. The recommended fees are contained in Table 3
below.

Table 3: Proposed waste management service fees - 2001/2002

      Service Type                      Commercial Customers             Residential Customers
                                           (Non-residential)
                                          Current    Proposed           Current            Proposed
                                         2000/01      2001/02           2000/01             2001/02
Basic (240L bin)                            $155          $160             $105                $110
                                                                     (Incl. recycling    (Incl. recycling
                                                                          crate)              crate)
Additional (240L bin)                       $105          $110             $105                $110
Bulk (660L bin)                             $520          $540            $520                $540
Recycling (additional                       $75            $80                $75             $80
240L bin)

Notes:
1. The fees include a recycling service for residential customers and cardboard removal for
commercial customers.
2. The Goods and Services Tax (GST) of 10% is required to be added to these service fees.


FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

EXPENDITURE:
ACCOUNT NO:                                             GL163 - various
BUDGET ITEM:                                            Sanitation - Rubbish Collection and
                                                        Recycling including Disposal
BUDGET PAGE NUMBER:                                     17
BUDGETED AMOUNT: (2000/01)                              $2,250,823 (operating only costs)
AMOUNT SPENT TO DATE: (MAY 2001)                        $2,026,221


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PROJECTED COST: (JUNE 2001)                              $2,308,200 (operating only costs)
BALANCE:                                                 N/A
ANNUAL MAINTENANCE:                                      Included in above costs.


INCOME:
ACCOUNT NO:                                              GL 163 0000 502 000
BUDGET ITEM:                                             Sanitation - Rubbish Collection        and
                                                         Recycling including Disposal
BUDGET PAGE NUMBER:                                      8
BUDGETED AMOUNT: (2000/01)                               $2,610,778
AMOUNT REC’D TO DATE: (MAY 2001)                         $2,740,831
PROJECTED INCOME: (JUNE 2001)                            $2,750,000
NOTE: All figures quoted are exclusive of GST.


The financial impacts of the new fees are outlined in Table 4 below. A net surplus
will continue to be made. The difference in budgeted and projected service costs for
2000/01 between Table 4 and the Financial Implications table above is due to an
opportunity cost (5%) being included in Table 4. Opportunity cost in this instance
represents the alternative investment by the City for the funds allocated to the waste
management service. It is reasonable to assume an opportunity cost (based on
bank interest investment rates) in a commercial type operation.

Table 4: Waste Management - Comparison of Total Service Costs and Income
         between financial years 2000/01 and 2001/02
 Budgeted     Projected                     Budgeted     Projected    Proposed Proposed        Net
Service Cost Service Cost                    Income       Income     Service Cost Income     surplus
      $            $                            $            $             $         $          $
  2000/01      2000/01                       2000/01     2000/01       2001/02    2001/02    2001/02

 2,385,872              2,446,692           2,610,778 2,750,000      2,655,916 3,026,518 370,602
Notes:
1. Includes expenditure and income for waste collection, disposal and recycling.
2. Service costs include opportunity cost.
3. Proposed income 2001/02 based on recommended fee increases.

Fee Benchmarking
A comparison of the proposed City of Perth fees with other local governments and
private providers, for a basic bin service, is provided below in Table 5. The
recommended City fees compare favourably with other providers, given that full
automation including one person waste collection trucks as used by metropolitan
local governments, cannot be used within the confines of the City’s streets and
laneways. It should be noted that the City provides a limited recycling service to
residents (crates) compared to other local governments who include the cost of
these services in their initial bin service fee.




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Table 5: Comparison of the Proposed Fees with Other Service Providers.

                                                          Residential                     Commercial
Provider                                    Initial Bin            Comprehensive           Initial Bin
                                             Service              Recycling Service         Service
                                                                (3 or more materials)
City of Perth                                 $110                        $80                $160
City of Subiaco                              $163.50       Incl. in initial service fee     $163.50
City of Belmont                               $155         Incl. in initial service fee      $155
City of Melville                              $152         Incl. in initial service fee      $200
City of Mandurah                              $132         Incl. in initial service fee      $132
Commercial providers                          $450         Incl. in initial service fee      $450

Notes:
1. Fees based on initial service comprising 240L bin collected once per week.
2. Other local government fees are those approved or proposed for 2001/02. GST is not applicable.
3. All local governments provide a recycling service for three or more materials which is incorporated
   in the initial waste management fee. Additional recycling services usually incur a fee.


COMMENTS:

The budgeted income and associated expenditure for the 2001/2002 year have been
increased to account for the expected growth in the waste management service.

It is not unreasonable for the City to continue to make a surplus from the service.
The City has budgeted for a surplus since 1997/98. Furthermore, initiatives to
increase the level of recycling may result in additional demand for services which
may further impact on operating costs.


Moved by Cr McEvoy, seconded by the Lord Mayor

That the waste management service fees for 2001/02 as recommended in
Table 3 be adopted.

The motion was put and carried


As requested by the Committee, the votes were recorded as follows:

For:                  The Lord Mayor, Crs Stroud, Sutherland, McEvoy, and Tan

Against:              Nil




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BU73/01 TOURIST VISITOR SERVICING CENTRE - PERTH


BACKGROUND:

FILE REFERENCE:                             P1003849-2
RESPONSIBLE DIRECTOR:                       Charlotte Stockwell, Director Strategy
DATE:                                       16 May 2001

The WA Tourism Commission (WATC) has approached the City a number of times
over the last 15 months in relation to the Visitor Service Centre in Forrest Place.
Research undertaken by the Centre indicates that a significant proportion of both
telephone calls and “walk in” enquiries are unrelated to tourism products or services.
The WATC wishes to discuss an increased involvement from the City of Perth for
visitor servicing.

Visitation to Perth

It is estimated that around 6.7 million people visit Western Australia annually. Ninety
two per cent of these visitors visit Perth. Twenty five per cent are interstate visitors,
18% are overseas visitors and 57% are Western Australians. Seventy eight percent
of all international visitors listed shopping as an attraction while in WA and 75% listed
restaurants.

Current Visitor Servicing

The WATC runs a shop front tourism service based in Albert Facey House. This
service provides information to visitors about tourism destinations and products for
the entire state. Research undertaken by PricewaterhouseCoopers on behalf of the
WATC indicates that 19.14% of “walk in” and telephone enquiries are related to
enquiries about the location of city based services such as banks, the post office;
enquiries about the location of retail outlets; enquiries about facilities such as toilets;
or requests for information about public transport. These sorts of enquiries are
regarded as “non-tourism” enquiries since they are not in relation to the sale of a
tourism product such as accommodation or tours.

The PricewaterhouseCoopers study estimates that the cost incurred by the WATC in
assisting visitors is in the vicinity of $246,000 per annum.

The City of Perth does not currently provide a dedicated shop front or telephone
service to visitors or tourists.

POLICY/LEGISLATION/STRATEGIC PLAN:

Strategic Plan
Key Result Area: Leadership
Objective No:L1                                   Objective: To give the City clarity of direction
                                                  Strategy: To promote a marketing profile for the City
                                                  to differentiate it from other capital cities in Australia
                                                  and the Asian region.


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DETAILS:

Current Visitor Servicing in the City of Perth

The WATC’s Perth Visitor Centre is the major shop front information service for
domestic and international visitors. The City of Perth does receive some telephone,
email and written enquiries about services such as accommodation and tours but
these are in relatively small volumes.

The City does currently provide a number of visitor services which include six multi-
media kiosks. Parking and Information Officers spend a considerable part of their
day providing practical information and assistance to visitors. The Customer Service
Centre also handles a number of enquiries. However, there is no City of Perth
service nor are there any staff who are specifically charged with the responsibility of
providing assistance to visitors.

Other Capital Cities

The following describes how other capital cities handle visitor servicing:

City                   Service                            Cost
Melbourne              2 information booths               $96 000 pa
                       2 tourist centres                  $500 000 pa
                       support services (includes 260     $230 000 pa
                       volunteers)
                         rd
                       3 booth being proposed - will be   not available
                       approaching State Government
                       and businesses for funding        $826 000
Brisbane               Visitor and Convention Bureau     $320 000 grant to Bureau
                       located at City Hall              $880 000 (state government)
                                                         membership fees
Adelaide               1 information booth contracted to $10 000 (City of Adelaide)
                       Citizen’s Advice Bureau (City of $10 000 (Tourism Office)
                       Adelaide is part funder)          $20 000 (other organisations)
                                                         $60 000 in total

Sydney                 Does not run a tourist centre      Costs of installation and
                       Provides physical booth only       maintenance of booth not
                       Staff and information fully funded available.
                       by State Government



City of Perth Options

There are four principal options identified to date.




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1. WATC Service Withdrawal

The WATC could withdraw the service it currently provides. This is likely to lead to
disgruntled visitors at the Forrest Place Centre. The placement of a City of Perth
multi-media kiosk could, however, assist in minimising customer complaints.

Cost: $30,000 for multi-media kiosk.

2. WATC Diversion

The WATC could divert all non-tourism related telephone calls to the City and refer
“walk in” customers to Council House.        The PricewaterhouseCoopers study
estimated that this would mean that the City would receive approximately 38,000
telephone calls and 57,500 physical customers per annum.

Cost: nil to the City of Perth.

3. Multi-Media Kiosks

The City could locate one of its multi-media kiosks in the WATC Forrest Place Visitor
Centre and expand the placement of these kiosks in other high profile public
locations.

Cost: $30,000 per multi-media kiosk.

4. Co-operative arrangement with WATC

This could either take the form of a payment to the WATC for the services they
provide (estimated by WATC as $120,000); the City could employ its own staff
located at the WATC (possibly on a contractual basis) or the City could employ a
volunteer co-ordinator and develop a volunteer based information service.

The Perth Visitor Centre is open 7 days a week:

Monday to Thursday:                         8:30am - 6pm
Friday :                                    8:30am - 7pm
Saturday:                                   8:30am - 5pm
Sunday:                                               10am - 3pm

Cost: $80,000 - $120,000


FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:


The cost estimates for either of the staffing options are based on either employing
the City’s own staff or developing a volunteer service similar to the City of Melbourne
are shown below.



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Volunteer Service                                       Staffed Service
Volunteer Co-ordinator                      $50,000     Information officers   $78,000
Volunteer support costs                     $ 7,000     Publications           $ 5,000
Publications                                $ 5,000     Ancillary costs*       $10,000
Ancillary costs*                            $10 000

TOTAL                                       $72,000                            $93,000

*     Ancillary costs include display racks, stationery, telephone, information
      technology, etc.

Costs range from $30,000 - $120,000 depending on the preferred option.

The WATC has indicated that they would be prepared to offer the space in the Perth
Visitor Centre to the City of Perth at no additional cost in the first year of its
operation. This would give the service a chance to assess costs and operational
needs.

It is important to note that while the costs of a volunteer based service are lower than
those of a staffed service, there is still a cost. Volunteers can provide valuable
service but there is work associated with training volunteers, maintaining volunteer
rosters and ensuring appropriate service quality consistency.

No budget allocation has been made in the preparation of draft budgets for
2001/2002 as yet.

All figures quoted in this report are exclusive of GST.


COMMENTS:

It is important to establish, as a first step, whether the City wishes to assume greater
responsibility for visitor servicing. Assuming this is the case, the next step is to
determine the preferred option.

At present, Perth is presented as a gateway to the rest of the state rather than a
destination in its own right. If visitors to the city could be persuaded to spend an
extra night in the city, this would equate to an estimated benefit in excess of $3
billion annually (Bureau of Tourism Research: Expenditure Research Program).

The potential impact of the WATC’s withdrawal of service on existing customer
service staff without an alternative service delivery option could be considerable as
well as creating a potentially damaging public relations situation.

While the Perth Visitor Centre is not in an ideal location, it is still central to the major
retail and entertainment areas of Perth. There are no plans at this point to re-locate
the centre to the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.




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While negotiating a payment to the WATC for the services it provides could be an
easier option from a management perspective, it does not give the City of Perth
control over the service provided directly.

It was therefore recommended that:-

1.      the Budget Committee consider the options for tourist visitor servicing;

2.      consideration be given in the 2001/2002 budget deliberations to including an
        appropriate sum depending on the preferred option for tourist visitor servicing.



Moved by the Lord Mayor, seconded by Cr McEvoy

That:-

1.           the Budget Committee consider the options for tourist visitor
             servicing;

2.           consideration be given in the 2001/2002 budget deliberations to
             including an amount of $80,000 to progress the preferred option
             for tourist visitor servicing;

3.           the option of establishing a volunteer-based tourism information
             service be pursued.

The motion was put and carried


As requested by the Committee, the votes were recorded as follows:

For:                  The Lord Mayor, Crs Stroud, Sutherland, and McEvoy

Against:              Cr Tan



BU74/01 FIVE YEAR PLAN - UNDERGROUND POWER PROGRAMME


BACKGROUND:

FILE REFERENCE:                             P1003512
RESPONSIBLE DIRECTOR:                       Charlotte Stockwell, Director Strategy
DATE:                                       8 June 2001




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POLICY/LEGISLATION/STRATEGIC PLAN:

Policy
Policy Name and Number:                     BU 7 Electricity supply - underground cables of supply.
Legislation
Section:

Strategic Plan: Urban Development and Transport
Key Result Area:          Urban Development and Transport
Objective No: U1          Objective: To create a beautiful City that is both
                          liveable and sustainable.
                          Strategy: To develop a structured plan which clearly
                          sets out the Council’s intentions for the future
                          development of the City.
                          Action: Develop a single view that:-
                          • Gives a schematic representation of the distribution
                             of major land uses and development intensities
                             based on the provisions of CPS No.2
                          • Includes the structure of the public domain
                             established by the Public Places Enhancement
                             Strategy.
                          • Includes the major components of the access and
                             movement system for the City.
                          • Preferred location for the major new facilities.
                          • Links to the State Government’s plans for the Metro.
                             Region (MRS) and the State.


DETAILS:

A report reflecting the changes to the Five Year Plan for the Undergrounding of
Power for 2001/2002 to 2005/2006 and overall plan is attached as Schedule 6.

The recommended changes are as follows:

2001/2002

Deletions:
• Hale Street from Nelson Crescent to Hay Street.
• Loftus Street due to Northbridge Renewal Project.
• Pier Street from Newcastle Street to Short Street, due to Northbridge Renewal
  Project.
• Parry Street from Pier Street to Lord Street, due to Northbridge Renewal Project.
• Newcastle Street from William Street to Lord Street deleted from 2001/02 due to
  the Council’s resolution of 6 June 2000.

Additions:
• Bronte Street from Plain Street to Horatio Street.
• Bronte Street from Horatio Street to Nelson Crescent.
• Havelock Street from Parliament Place to Wellington Street.

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The above projects transferred from Year 2002/2003 of the Five Year Plan.

• Wellington Street from Outram Street to Havelock Street included from Year
  2003/2004 of the Five Year Plan.

2002/2003

Deletions:
• Bronte Street from Plain Street to Horatio Street.
• Bronte Street from Plain Street to Nelson Crescent.
• Havelock Street from Parliament Place to Wellington Street.
The above projects transferred to Year 2001/2002 of the Five Year Plan.
• Howard Street.
• Nelson Avenue from Trinity Avenue to Nile Street.
• Pier Street from Parry Street to Newcastle Street.
The above projects transferred to Year 2000/2001 of the Five Year Plan.

2003/2004

Deletion:
• Wellington Street from Outram Street to Havelock Street included in 2001/2002 of
  the Five Year Plan.
• Parry Street from Pier Street to Lord Street due to Northbridge Renewal
  Programme.

Additions:
• Wittenoom Street from Lord Street to Hill Street.
• Wittenoom Street from Bennett to Plain Street.
The above projects included from Year 2004/2005 of the Five Year Plan.

2004/2005

Deletion:
• Wittenoom from Bennett Street to Plain Street included in Year 2003/2004 of the
  Five Year Plan.

Additions:
• Arthur Street transferred from Year 2004/2005 of the Five Year Plan.

2005/2006
New Year added to the Five Year Plan.

Northbridge Urban Renewal Project

The Council at its meeting held on 27 March 2001 resolved to agree in principle to
contribute $577,670 to the East Perth Redevelopment Authority-Northbridge
Redevelopment project for undergrounding of power, subject to the East Perth
Redevelopment Authority providing:



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        1. details of the exact scope and revised costs of the proposed undergrounding
           of power and drainage works;
        2. arrangements regarding the period over which the Council could make its
           payments;
        3. arrangements to the satisfaction of the Council to provide infrastructure from
           damage by development and building activities throughout the project.

The East Perth Redevelopment Authority has now verbally agreed to have the
Council pay the money over four years. This will mean the Council will need to
budget the sum of $144,417.50 per year for the Undergrounding of Power for the
years 2001/2002 to 2004/2005 inclusive.


FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: 2001/2002

ACCOUNT NO:                                   Various
BUDGET ITEM:                                  Economic Services
BUDGET PAGE NUMBER:                           Nil
BUDGETED AMOUNT:                              $421,917.50
AMOUNT SPENT TO DATE:                         Nil
PROPOSED COST:                                $421,917.50
BALANCE:                                      Nil

ANNUAL MAINTENANCE:                           Nil

All figures quoted in this report are exclusive of GST.


COMMENTS:

That the revised Five Year Plan for Undergrounding of Power for 2001/2002 to
2005/2006 be accepted, and that the additional expenditure of $144,417.50 to the
East Perth Redevelopment Authority be noted for the undergrounding of power in the
Northbridge Urban Renewal Project.


Moved by the Lord Mayor, seconded by Cr McEvoy

That the Budget Committee:-

1.      approves the revised Five Year Plan for undergrounding of Power
        for the years 2001/2002 to 2005/2006 inclusive;

2.      note the inclusion of $144,417.50 per year as a contribution to the
        East Perth Redevelopment Authority for the undergrounding of
        power to the Northbridge Urban Renewal Project for a period of four
        years commencing 2001/2002.

The motion was put and carried


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As requested by the Committee, the votes were recorded as follows:

For:                  The Lord Mayor, Crs Stroud, Sutherland, McEvoy, and Tan

Against:              Nil


BU75/01 NEW ROAD/FOOTPATH OBSTRUCTION PERMIT FEES


BACKGROUND:

FILE REFERENCE:
REPORTING OFFICER:                          Andrew Walker
RESPONSIBLE DIRECTOR:                       Garry Dunne, Director Service Units
DATE:                                       19 June 2001

POLICY/LEGISLATION/STRATEGIC PLAN:

Strategic Plan
Key Result Area: Economy
Objective No: E1         Objective: A Financially Healthy City:
                         Strategy: Develop strategies for the future through
                         income maintenance, diversity and growth.
                         Action: Develop a user pay policy recognising a level of
                         cost recovery


DETAILS:

Road/Footpath Obstruction Permit Service Fee

There is no charge at present for a road/footpath obstruction permit. A comparison
with other capital City councils revealed the following charges:

                               Capital City             Fee
                               Sydney                   $100
                               Melbourne                nil for permit. $100 per day
                                                        for use of footpath.
                               Hobart                   $50

The City’s Strategic Plan requires an appropriate level of cost recovery to be applied
for tasks carried out by Council such as this. An assessment of the costs involved in
assessing such applications at present indicates that it currently costs between $20-
$25 of staff time with up to an additional $5 of administrative costs.




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FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

INCOME:
ACCOUNT NO:                                 To be determined
BUDGET ITEM:                                To be determined
BUDGET PAGE NUMBER:                         To be determined
BUDGETED AMOUNT:                            $120,000 has been proposed
AMOUNT RECEIVED TO DATE:                    Nil

All figures quoted in this report are exclusive of GST.


COMMENTS:

It is considered that the construction industry is now sufficiently used to applying for
a permit that it will be possible to introduce some level of service fee to help recover
costs associated with issuing the permit.

An additional $5 administration fee will be required to cover costs of collecting the
fee. A service fee of $30 per payment is therefore anticipated to cover the City’s
costs in assessing and issuing the fee.

Based on a forecast of 4,000 applications for a permit being received in 2001,
income of $120,000 per annum would be generated for Council.


Moved by the Lord Mayor, seconded by Cr Stroud

That the Budget Committee considers the introduction of a $30.00 fee for
every road/footpath obstruction permit issued.

The motion was put and lost



Moved by Cr McEvoy, seconded by Cr Stroud

That the Budget Committee considers the introduction of a $50.00 fee for
every road/footpath obstruction permit issued.

The motion was put and carried


As requested by the Committee, the votes were recorded as follows:

For:                  The Lord Mayor, Crs Stroud, Sutherland, McEvoy, and Tan

Against:              Nil



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BU76/01 OPERATING BUDGET 2001/2002


BACKGROUND:

FILE REFERENCE:                             P1015937
RESPONSIBLE DIRECTOR:                       Noelene Jennings, Director Corporate Services
DATE:                                       22 June 2001

The Operating Budget for the coming financial year has been prepared after
accounting for:

• 4% proposed Salaried Officers EBA increase in March 2002.
• 2.75% projected CPI increase over the year.
• 3.5% wages increase for the outside workforce in the third quarter of the budget
  year.


POLICY/LEGISLATION/STRATEGIC PLAN:

Section 6.2 of the Local Government Act 1995 and associated financial regulations.


DETAILS:

The proposed Operating Budget is attached for consideration. The major items to
note are as follows:

• The proposed Rate Levy for the 2001/2002 budget year provides for a 5.44%
  overall increase in Rate Revenue with the minimum rate increasing from $243 to
  $300. The proposed levy is shown in Schedule 6.

• Parking fees have dropped compared to the current year’s budget as it is
  anticipated that the Mill Street and Wellington Street car parks will be lost to the
  Convention Centre project. The parking revenue shortfall has been partially offset
  by increases in parking fines and rental from retail outlets associated with Parking
  assets.

• Interest on investment will drop as a result on capital contributions to the
  Convention Centre project.

• Operating cost has increased to cover the proposed EBA increments, the
  anticipated inflation and expected change of service levels over the budget year.

• Overall, the operating revenue is projected to increase by approximately 4% and
  expenditure to increase by 7% compared to the current year budget.




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COMMENTS:

Details of the draft 2001/2002 Operating Budget are attached in Schedule 7 for
consideration.


It was therefore recommended that the Budget Committee consider the draft
Operating Budget for the financial year 2001/2002.



Moved by Cr Stroud, seconded by Cr McEvoy

That the proposed rate levy for the 2001/02 financial year be advertised in
accordance with Schedule 6, subject to the industrial rate increasing by
5.85%.

The motion was put and carried



As requested by the Committee, the votes were recorded as follows:

For:                  The Lord Mayor, Crs Stroud, Sutherland, McEvoy, and Tan

Against:              Nil


Discussion of the Draft Operating Budget for the financial year 2001/02 was deferred
until the next Budget Committee meeting to be held on 3 July 2001.


There being no further business the Presiding Member declared the meeting closed
at 4.30pm.




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                                       BUDGET COMMITTEE


                                                               INDEX

        Item                                               Description   Page

        BU77/01                CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES                     2
        BU78/01                OPERATING BUDGET 2001/2002                  3




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Minutes of the meeting of the City of Perth Budget Committee held in Committee
Room 1, Ninth Floor, Council House, 27 St George’s Terrace, Perth, on Tuesday, 3
July 2001 at 1.03pm.

IN ATTENDANCE:

MEMBERS:

Cr Sutherland                             Presiding Member
The Lord Mayor
Cr Stroud
Cr McEvoy
Cr Davidson
Cr Scaffidi
Cr MacGill                         -      (from 1.05pm)
Cr Tan                             -      (from 1.41pm)
Cr Tudori                          -      (from 1.50pm)

OFFICERS:

Garry Hunt                         -      Chief Executive Officer
Garry Dunne                        -      Director Service Units
Noelene Jennings                   -      Director Corporate Services
Doug Forster                       -      Director Business Units
Charlotte Stockwell                -      Director Strategy
Max Hipkins                        -      Director Planning
Said Hafez                         -      Manager Finance
Bill Mulcahy                       -      Senior Management Accountant
Morris Stevens                     -      Acting Administrative Services Team Leader
Leah Holleley                      -      Administrative Officer

APOLOGIES:

Nil

MEMBERS ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE:

Nil

DISCLOSURE OF MEMBERS’ INTERESTS:

Nil

BU77/01 CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES

Moved by Cr Stroud, seconded by Cr McEvoy

That the minutes of the meeting of the Budget Committee held on 26
June 2001 be taken as read and confirmed.

The motion was put and carried.

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BU78/01 OPERATING BUDGET 2001/2002

Moved by Cr MacGill, seconded by Cr McEvoy

That the Budget Committee notes the draft Operating Budget for the
financial year 2001/2002.

The motion was put and carried


As requested by the Committee, the votes were recorded as follows:

For:                      The Lord Mayor, Crs Stroud, Sutherland, McEvoy, Davidson,
                          MacGill and Scaffidi

Against:                  Nil



BACKGROUND:

FILE REFERENCE:                          P1015937
RESPONSIBLE DIRECTOR:                    Noelene Jennings, Director Corporate Services
DATE:                                    29 June 2001

The Operating Budget for the coming financial year has been prepared after
accounting for:

• 4% proposed Salaried Officers EBA increase in March 2002.
• 2.75% projected CPI increase over the year.
• 3.5% wages increase for the outside workforce in the third quarter of the budget
  year.


POLICY/LEGISLATION/STRATEGIC PLAN:

Section 6.2 of the Local Government Act 1995 and associated financial regulations.


DETAILS:

The proposed Operating Budget is attached for consideration. The major items to
note are as follows:

• The proposed Rate Levy for the 2001/2002 budget year provides for a 5.45%
  overall increase in Rate Revenue with the minimum rate going up from $243 to
  $300.




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• The Parking revenue has not been fully adjusted for the possible effect of the
  Convention Centre development or the proposed new fees, awaiting final revision.

• Interest on investment will drop as a result of Capital contributions to the
  Convention Centre project.

• Operating cost has increased to cover the proposed EBA increments, the
  anticipated inflation and expected change of service levels over the budget year.

• Overall, the operating revenue is projected to go up by approximately 6.5% and
  expenditure to increase by 7% compared to the current year budget.


COMMENTS:

Details of the draft 2001/2002 Operating Budget are attached for consideration in
Schedule 1. The proposed fees and charges manual is attached in Schedule 2.



The Director Corporate Services provided the following comments to highlight
to the Committee the changes in revenue and expenditure from the 2000/2001
to the 2001/2002 budgets:-


Operating Revenue

Note 1.          Other Law and Order and Public Safety The increase in revenue for
                 this source is due to the recently negotiated contract with the Town
                 of Claremont for $25,000 per annum for the provision of security
                 surveillance services.

Note 2.          Health – Preventative Services This item has been reviewed. There
                 is no change.

Note 3.          Rubbish collection. A total review of the costs of operation of the
                 rubbish collection services has been undertaken. Having reviewed
                 the number of bin lifts, including the provision of a significant
                 additional number of services to the residential sector, the income
                 stream is also reflected by an alteration to the price.

Note 4.          Income for the Mindarie Refuse Site, is a return on investment for our
                 ownership of this site. The City is a one third owner of the site and
                 we receive notional rental from the lease to the Mindarie Regional
                 Council. The rental is based on an agreed valuation for the site and
                 the existing Reserve Bank Bond rate.

Note 5.          Planning fees are a revenue source which is heavily reliant on the
                 development approval activity level.



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                 This has exceeded the budget in the current financial year but
                 significant fees were achieved from the Perth Convention and
                 Exhibition Centre and the Woodside Building. There is no guarantee
                 that a similar level of activity will be achieved in the ensuing financial
                 year.

Note 6.          Public Halls and Civic Centres. The Perth Town Hall is currently
                 under renovations and there will be no income stream for this facility
                 for the period ending 30 June 2002.

Note 7.          Community Arts Programme. There has been a significant increase
                 in the anticipated level of sponsorship for this particular programme.
                 Sponsorship proposals include :-

                                       Windows on St Georges Terrace          $22,000
                                                  Community Theatre           $34,500
                                                        Craft Awards          $30,000

Note 8.          Footpaths. This a new fee proposed to be levied on Telco operators
                 and others who dig up the footpaths for the laying of cables.

                 At the present time we are processing some 4,000 applications per
                 annum for this service and no fees are being charged. There is a
                 significant administrative impost on this process.

Note 9.          Parking. A review of parking fees was undertaken and a new fee
                 structure accepted at the Budget Committee meeting held on 26 June
                 2001. These figures now represent the proposed increases.

Note 10. There is a significant reduction in the anticipated income stream for
         tourism and area promotion.

                 This is an income stream which is largely untapped but also volatile
                 and therefore difficult to predict.

                 Contributions last year in the retail marketing sector, were for a one-
                 off promotion and the estimates are the best available predictions at
                 this point.    The Council has recently considered a report on
                 sponsorship which when formally adopted by the Council, will
                 provide opportunities for a new income stream. However at this
                 point it would be inappropriate to include figures in this area.


Operating Expenditure

Note 1.          Governance. Review of allocations to Governance has resulted in a
                 change compared to the previous years Governance. This is
                 expenditure arising from these individual areas that supply services
                 for the governance of the City, Elected Members and the meeting and

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                 decision making process, which encompasses Committee meeting,
                 Council meetings and servicing Elected Members has occurred.
                 This has resulted in some adjustments in the allocations.
                 Breakdowns of individual changes are available.

Note 2.          Administration - General Purpose Funding. The increase in this area
                 is a result of a review of the activity based costing and a significant
                 increase in bank fees and charges arising from a greater propensity
                 for people to pay accounts by credit card.

Note 3.          Other law, order, public safety, - security services and security
                 surveillance. The Budget 2000/2001 did not have a full year of costs
                 for the six (6) new staff. There are also some additional costs for the
                 review of the CCTV system.

Note 4.          Care of family and children - Child Care Centre Occasional care. The
                 increase in this area is as a result of the Enterprise Bargaining
                 Agreement and revision of the staff allocation.

Note 5.          Protection of environment - other environment protection. This is a
                 project which falls within the province of the Strategy Unit. Projects
                 of the Strategy Unit vary from year to year, depending upon the
                 policy development programme.

                 The overall increase across the whole of the Strategy Unit is 4.8%.

Note 6.          Other community amenities - Murray Street Mall, Hay Street Mall,
                 Forrest Place. During the course of 2000/2001 financial year the
                 Council requested a significant increase in the cleansing and
                 presentation levels of the malls. The increase in these three (3)
                 accounts is reflective of that new and increased quality service
                 provision.

Note 7.          Other recreation and sport - Parks, Gardens and Reserves. The
                 increase in this particular area is in the vicinity of 7%. This is a
                 direct result of increased levels of service provision to key areas like
                 landscaping in Forrest Place and the Malls and the development of
                 new green areas throughout the City. These have been featured
                 recently in the Desk of the CEO reports.

                 The Director Strategy provided a breakdown of expenditure on
                 kangaroos on Heirisson Island.


Cr Tudori arrived at the meeting at 1.50pm.

Cr Sutherland departed the meeting at 1.52pm.




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The Chief Executive Officer called for nominations for a Presiding Member.

The Lord Mayor nominated Cr Stroud.


Moved by the Lord Mayor, seconded by Cr McEvoy

That Cr Stroud be nominated as the Presiding Member of the Budget
Committee.

The motion was put and carried


As requested by the Committee, the votes were recorded as follows:

For:                  The Lord Mayor, Crs Stroud, Sutherland, McEvoy, Tudori,
                      Davidson, MacGill, Scaffidi and Tan

Against:              Nil


The Lord Mayor departed the meeting at 2.04pm, and returned at 2.06pm.



(Operating Expenditure, continued)

Note 8.          Cycleways. The increase in this account is due to repair to a number
                 of unsafe areas.

Note 9.          Other culture - Community Arts Program. As outlined in the notes for
                 the Operating Revenue, significant increases in this will be offset
                 largely by the sponsorship proposal of $93,000. The expenditure
                 equivalent to the sponsorship raised will only be incurred if, and
                 once, the sponsorship arrangements have been finalised.

Note 10. Concert Hall. The increase in costs for this particular allocation
         includes further funds for water penetration remedial works.

Note 11. Transport - streets, roads, bridges and depots - drains. The increase
         in expenditure in this area is for the collection of information on the
         condition of drains.

Note 12. Footpaths. Additional funds allocated to footpaths due to the
         increase in telecommunications companies needing to excavate and
         reinstate footpaths.



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Note 13. Roads and curbs. Increases due to reallocation of staff costs.

Note 14. Road reserve. Increase to maintenance in new Green areas.

Note 15. Street lighting. Increase due to Street Lighting Strategy and changes
         in staff allocation.

Note 16. Car parks. $858,000 increase is due to the Department of Transport
         fee increase. 3rd Party licences increased by $142,000. Other
         operational increases are due to the additional car parks now in
         operation.

Note 17. Economic Services - other economic services, undergrounding of
         power. The expenditure in this area incorporates :-

                 EPRA                                                       $145,000
                 Implementation of the next phase of the
                 Five Year Plan                                             $277,500


The Director Corporate Services advised that a Special Meeting of the
Committee would be called to formally adopt the Budget.



There being no further business the Presiding Member declared the meeting closed
at 2.25pm.




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                      CITY of PERTH

               ANNUAL BUDGET 2001 / 2002



Budget Overview
     Scenario for Preparation of the Budget               1
     Comparative Graphical Overview                       2-4

Budget Statements and Notes
     Operating Statement                                  2
     Statement of Cash Flows                              3
     Capital Expenditure Statement                        4
     Rate Setting Statement                               5
     Notes to and Forming Part of the Budget              6-27

Detailed Budget by Programmes
     Operating Revenue                                    1-6
     Contribution and Grants                              7
     Operating Expenditure                                8-16
     Disposal of Assets                                   17
     Capital Expenditure                                  18-23
     Notes to and Forming Part of the Budget              24-48

Supporting Schedules
     Capital Work in Progress Brought Forward             1
     Capital Projects Funded from Reserves                2-3
     Plant Replacement Programme                          4-7
     Drainage, Footpaths & Roads Resurfacing Programmes   8-9
     Undergrounding of Power                              10
     Donations and Contributions                          11

Unit Budgets
     Unit Budgets - Expenditure Classified by Nature      1 - 66




Schedule of Fees and Charges                              1 - 18

                                               ANNUAL BUDGET 2001-02
                                  CITY of PERTH


             SCENARIO FOR PREPARATION OF 2001/2002 BUDGET




2001/2002 is planned to be a year of significant achievements and with a continuation of
improvements to services.

The preparation for this financial year’s budget has been affected by the following factors:

§ March 2001 percentage CPI change from corresponding quarter of the previous year is
  5.3% and is predicted to be 2.75% for the forthcoming budget year.
§ Salary and wage movement is expected to be up in 2001/2002 to cover Enterprise
  Bargaining Agreements.
§ Department of Transport Parking Levy increases.
§ Continuation of debt servicing of the loan for refurbishment of Council House.
§ Capital works for developing, enhancing and upgrading the City’s assets, including the
  Town Hall, Central City malls and Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.
§ On-going maintenance and upgrading of the following:
   -    Drainage
   -    Road Resurfacing
   -    Footpaths
§ Further undergrounding of power planned.
§ Continued savings to Reserves for future asset upgrades.

The 2001/2002 Annual Budget detailed in the attached documentation was adopted by
Council on 17 July 2001.



GARRY G HUNT
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
                                   Comparative Overview
                                     Estimate 2000/2001
                                Sources of Operating Revenue




                                 4%           2%




                                                                                 46%




46%




                                                       1%   1%


Rates                                                   Grants and Subsidies
Contributions, Donations and Reimbursements             Fees and Charges
Interest Earnings                                       Other Revenue / Income


                                   Comparative Overview
                                     Budget 2001/2002
                                Sources of Operating Revenue




                                 3%       2%




                                                                                 46%




47%




                                                       1%   1%


Rates                                                   Grants and Subsidies
Contributions, Donations and Reimbursements             Fees and Charges
Interest Earnings                                       Other Revenue / Income



                                              Page 2
                                     Comparative Overview
                                      Estimate 2000/2001
                                     Operating Expenditure




                               7%            0%          7%
                                                                      1%
                                                                              4%
                                                                                      2%
                                                                                           1%




                                                                                                20%
  40%




                                                                  18%


Governance            General Purpose Funding     Law, Order, Public Safety        Health
Education & Welfare   Community Amenities         Recreation & Culture             Transport
Economic Services     Other Property & Services


                                     Comparative Overview
                                       Budget 2001/2002
                                     Operating Expenditure




                                8%           0%          7%
                                                                      1%
                                                                              4%
                                                                                       2%
                                                                                         1%




                                                                                                20%
   39%




                                                                18%


Governance            General Purpose Funding     Law, Order, Public Safety        Health
Education & Welfare   Community Amenities         Recreation & Culture             Transport
Economic Services     Other Property & Services



                                            Page 3
                                     Comparative Overview
                                       Estimate 2000/2001
                             Capital Expenditure & Loan Repayment




                                            1%    1%     5%
                                                                     4%
            21%
                                                                                      9%



                                                                                              5%
5%


                                                                                               3%




                                           46%


Security Upgrade                    Plant Replacement                    IT upgrade
Loan Repayment                      Town Hall                            Property Improvement
Parking Improvements                Parks &River Foreshore               Street, Roads and Footpaths
Other

                                     Comparative Overview
                                        Budget 2001/2002
                             Capital Expenditure & Loan Repayment




                                             1%   1%    5%
                       14%                                          3%
                                                                            4%

                                                                                       8%


                                                                                             3%
17%




                                                              44%


Security Upgrade                    Plant Replacement                    IT upgrade
Loan Repayment                      Town Hall                            Property Improvement
Parking Improvements                Parks &River Foreshore               Street, Roads and Footpaths
Other



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        The

    Municipality

       of the

   CITY of PERTH




Budget Statements
   And Notes




                   ANNUAL BUDGET 2001-02
                                        2001/02 Annual Budget
            OPERATING STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30 JUNE 2002


                                                                  2000/01                  2001/02
                                            Notes        Budget             Estimate        Budget
                                                           $                   $              $
OPERATING REVENUE
Governance                                                       184                  12              -
General Purpose Funding                                   35,801,588          36,819,691     37,792,169
Law, Order, Public Safety                                      2,600               2,031         27,850
Health                                                       256,080             235,319        248,080
Education & Welfare                                          505,247             524,065        520,555
Community Amenities                                        3,892,912           4,032,038      4,248,351
Recreation & Culture                                       1,319,513           1,272,567      1,496,596
Transport                                                 28,353,334          27,479,796     30,323,404
Economic Services                                            687,761             817,060        748,940
Other Property & Services                                     85,537             129,450         48,900
                                                         70,904,756          71,312,027     75,454,845

OPERATING EXPENDITURE
Governance                                                 3,914,374           3,748,329      4,236,541
General Purpose Funding                                      569,273             500,844        776,146
Law, Order, Public Safety                                  2,025,120           1,873,763      2,261,916
Health                                                     1,084,040             996,555      1,077,739
Education & Welfare                                          810,523             785,068        869,086
Community Amenities                                       11,205,827          10,631,234     11,551,796
Recreation & Culture                                      10,394,787           9,560,728     10,581,794
Transport                                                 21,396,271          20,889,405     22,857,421
Economic Services                                          3,919,421           3,910,839      4,590,568
Other Property & Services                                    350,670             190,699          2,940
                                                         55,670,306          53,087,463     58,805,947

NET FROM OPERATIONS                                      15,234,450          18,224,564     16,648,898

GRANTS/CONTRIBUTIONS
Community Amenities                                                -              25,000        300,000
Recreation & Culture                                               -              50,000        297,000
Transport                                                  1,448,926             743,994        602,058
                                                          1,448,926             818,994      1,199,058

NET OPERATING SURPLUS                                    16,683,376          19,043,558     17,847,956

DISPOSAL OF ASSETS
Proceeds of Sale                                             952,000           3,117,539       1,225,810
Book Value                                                   293,612             432,398       1,397,773
Profit / (Loss) on Disposal of Assets        10             658,388           2,685,141       (171,963)

Change in Net Assets Resulting from          6          $ 17,341,764        $ 21,728,699   $ 17,675,993
Operations - Gain/(Reduction)




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                                          2001/02 Annual Budget
          STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30 JUNE 2002.

                                                                   2000/01                    2001/02
                                               Note       Budget             Estimate         Budget
                                                            $                    $               $
Cash Flow from Operating Activities
Receipts
Rates                                                       32,562,342         33,658,985       34,992,231
Fees and Charges                                            34,152,036         31,168,735       33,035,352
Interest                                                     2,185,564          2,983,947        2,463,713
Other                                                        1,073,038          1,407,227        4,064,372
                                                           69,972,981         69,218,894       74,555,668
Payments
Employee Costs                                              (25,352,991)       (23,977,384)     (26,194,002)
Materials and Contracts                                     (10,527,937)       (13,548,798)     (11,043,691)
Interest                                                     (1,057,620)        (1,107,449)        (813,811)
Other                                                       (12,901,595)       (12,101,830)     (13,538,990)
                                                           (49,840,143)       (50,735,461)     (51,590,494)

Net Cash Flow from Operating Activities         14b        20,132,838         18,483,433       22,965,174

Cash Flow from Investing Activities
Receipts
Proceeds from Disposal of Assets                10           1,652,000          3,117,539        1,225,810

Payments
Purchase Land and Buildings                                 (24,877,200)        (9,830,307)     (23,502,165)
Purchase Infrastructure Assets                               (9,270,536)        (4,457,443)     (14,106,228)
Purchase Plant and Mobile Equipment                          (2,907,652)        (1,260,914)      (4,367,809)
Purchase Furniture and Equipment                             (1,279,150)          (799,867)      (1,319,646)
                                                12         (38,334,538)       (16,348,531)     (43,295,848)

Net Cash Flow from Investing Activities                    (36,682,538)       (13,230,992)     (42,070,038)

Cash Flow from Financing Activities
Repayment of Borrowings                         16           (1,680,764)        (1,680,764)      (1,688,892)
Net Cash Flow from Financing Activities                     (1,680,764)        (1,680,764)      (1,688,892)

Cash Flow from Government
Receipts from Appropriation / Grants
Recurrent                                                       901,061            546,004          575,402
Capital                                                       1,448,927            818,994        1,199,058
Net Cash Flow from Government                                2,349,988          1,364,998        1,774,460

Net Increase / (Decrease) in Cash Held                     (15,880,476)         4,936,675      (19,019,296)

Cash at 1 July                                             53,911,014         52,806,444       57,743,119

Cash at 30 June                                 14a       $ 38,030,538       $ 57,743,119     $ 38,723,823




                                                      3
                                           2001/02 Annual Budget
      CAPITAL EXPENDITURE STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30 JUNE 2002.

Capital Acquisitions by PROGRAMME                                 2000/01                    2001/02
                                                          Budget          Estimate           Budget
                                                             $                $                 $
Governance                                                      10,000           22,135           119,200
Law, Order, Public Safety                                      176,000          101,273           286,144
Health                                                               -                -           154,908
Education and Welfare                                           13,100           11,685           167,100
Community Amenities                                             60,000          108,725         1,109,026
Recreation and Culture                                       6,118,382        1,911,870        10,041,698
Transport                                                   27,732,456       13,416,554        29,532,954
Economic Services                                               21,000           15,958           177,064
Other Property and Services                                  1,207,000          760,331         1,707,754
                                                         $ 35,337,938     $ 16,348,531      $ 43,295,848


Schedule of Capital OUTLAYS                                        2000/01                  2001/02
                                                          Budget             Estimate       Budget
                                                            $                    $             $
Land and Buildings
Multi-Storey Car Parks                                     16,721,000           7,811,597     18,087,263
Perth Town Hall, Restoration                                2,605,000             871,000      3,524,637
Central Perth Railway Reserve                                       -                   -        500,000
Concert Hall, Repair & Weatherproof External Walls                  -                   -        450,000
Kerbside and Ground Level Car Parks                         1,377,000             353,904        490,265
Citiplace Childcare Centre, Refurbishment                           -                   -         46,000
Upgrade of Aherns Garage                                            -                   -        160,000
Community Centre Air Conditioning & Carpets                         -                   -        165,000
Tattersalls Bowling Club Roof & Air Conditioning                    -                   -         45,000
Roberts Street Depot, Construction                            392,000             509,485         34,000
Property Acquisitions, Road Widening                          535,000             153,888              -
Concert Hall, Extension of Lift Service                       180,000              97,940              -
City Station Concourse Upgrading                               12,000              20,808              -
Other                                                          58,600              11,685              -
Total Land and Buildings                                  21,880,600           9,830,307     23,502,165

Infrastructure Assets
Construction of Roads, Paths & Drainage                     6,515,643           3,571,286      6,081,745
Parks and Reserve Upgrades                                  2,658,993             886,157      8,024,483
Other                                                          95,900                   -              -
Total Infrastructure Assets                                9,270,536           4,457,443     14,106,228

Plant and Equipment
Large, Small & Light Fleet                                    297,000             274,051       2,087,716
Ticket Machines                                               600,000               2,212       1,461,865
Sanitation Refuse Trucks / Sweepers                           560,000             511,698         183,312
Construction & Maintenance Plant                              219,000             200,110          71,688
Security Systems                                              263,240             119,689         363,000
Christmas Decorations                                         126,839             100,709         127,578
Other                                                         841,573              52,445          72,650
Total Plant and Equipment                                  2,907,652           1,260,914       4,367,809

Furniture and Equipment
Computer Equipment                                          1,257,100             750,032       1,228,546
Office Equipment                                               18,550              21,631          72,600
Office Furniture                                                3,500              28,204          18,500
Total Furniture and Equipment                              1,279,150             799,867       1,319,646

TOTAL                                                    $ 35,337,938        $ 16,348,531   $ 43,295,848


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                                          2001/02 Annual Budget
             RATE SETTING STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30 JUNE 2002.

                                                                    2000/01                  2001/02
                                               Notes       Budget             Estimate       Budget
                                                             $                    $             $

Funds at the Beginning of the Year                          51,614,414         52,331,520     57,743,119

Add
Operating Revenue
Income other than Rates                                      37,967,883         38,112,568     40,713,848
Capital Contribution/ Grants                                  1,448,927            818,994      1,199,058
Proceeds from Sale of Assets                    10              952,000          3,117,539      1,225,810
Adjusted Net Current Assets at 30 June          17                    -                  -        155,475
                                                            40,368,810         42,049,101     43,294,191

Less
Operating Expenditure                                        55,670,306         53,087,463     58,805,946
Less: Depreciation Charges                      8             7,636,535          6,133,623      6,736,202
                                                            48,033,771         46,953,840     52,069,744

Capital Expenditure Program                     12           35,337,938         15,873,607     43,295,848
Debt Redemption                                 16            1,680,764          1,680,764      1,688,892
Adjusted Net Current Liabilities at 30 June     17            1,274,372          5,328,750              -
Capital Funding Carried Forward                                       -          7,540,392              -
Transfer to Reserves                           13(p)          8,525,000         12,159,950      7,000,000
Cash Backed Balance of Reserves & Provisions   13(q)         29,191,404         36,810,886     30,117,606
                                                           124,043,249        126,348,189    134,172,090

Budgeted Surplus / (Deficit)                               (32,060,025)       (31,967,568)   (33,134,780)

Amount to be made from Rates                                32,936,873         33,199,459     34,740,997

Surplus/(Deficit)                                            $ 876,848         $ 1,231,891   $ 1,606,217




                                                       5
               NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET



1. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES


 1.1 Basis of Accounting

   The City of Perth budget and notes have been prepared in accordance with all applicable
   Australian Accounting Standards, The Local Government Act 1995 and the Local Government
   (Financial Management) Regulations 1996 as amended.

 1.2 Trust Funds

   Trust funds in respect of which the City performs only a custodial role are not included in the
   financial statements of the City, as they cannot be applied for the purposes of the Municipality.

 1.3 Depreciation

   All properties and infrastructure assets, excluding land, are systematically depreciated on a
   straight line basis over their useful life in a manner which reflects the reporting entity’s
   consumption of the future economic benefits embodied in those assets. Leasehold
   improvements are depreciated over their useful life or the period of the lease, whichever is
   shorter.

   The estimated useful life of each class of assets that are used for depreciation purpose are as
   follows:

   Buildings                                       20 years
   Drainage                                        80 years
   Plant and equipment                             2 to 15 years
   Roads:        Pavement                          80 years
                 Seal                              25 years
   Paths:        Asphalt                           20 years
                 Brick                             20 years
   Traffic Control Devices                         30 years
   Underpasses                                     80 years
   Overpasses                                      50 years
   Office Furniture & Equipment                    10 to 15 years
   Computer Equipment & Software                   3 to 5 years


 1.4 Revenue Recognition

   All revenue arising from the operation of the reporting entity are recognised in the accounts
   when the revenue is earned and becomes due and payable to the City.


                                               6
             NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET


1.5 Expense Recognition

 All expenditure arising from the operation of the reporting entity are recognised in the accounts
 when the expenditures are incurred and the City becomes liable to make payment for the goods
 and services received.

1.6 Employee Entitlements

 Salaries, wages, leave payment and other entitlements to employees expected to be paid within
 the budget year are brought to account at their nominal value. Employees entitlements for
 services provided up to the end of the budget year, which are expected to be paid in a period
 beyond the budget year, are discounted and provided for in the accounts at their present value
 at the end of the year.

1.7 Acquisition and construction of Assets

 Assets acquired or constructed are recognised in the accounts at their acquisition or
 construction cost plus any other cost incidental to that acquisition or construction.

1.8 Definition of Cash

 Cash is defined as cash on hand, cash at bank (adjusted for overdraft) and liquid money market
 instruments maturing within 180 days from the investment date. It does not include investment in
 shares and other marketable securities.

1.9 Investments

 Investments in securities and money market instruments are brought to account at cost at the
 time of making the investment. The values of investments held as at the reporting date are
 marked to market and the resulting adjustments reflected in the investment income for the
 period.

1.10 Borrowing for Capital projects

 The cost of borrowing associated with capital projects is capitalised in the accounts as part of
 the capital cost of the projects involved.

1.11 Comparatives

 The classification of the City’s activities under the local government programs has been
 reviewed and amended. The comparative figures have been reclassified as necessary to align
 with any amended classification in the budget.




                                            7
                  NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET



2. COMPONENT FUNCTIONS / ACTIVITIES

  The operating Statements are presented by programme. The type of activities within each
  programme are as follows -

    Ø     GOVERNANCE
    Administration and operation facilities and services to members of Council, civic receptions and
    functions, public relations, electoral, and other costs relating to the task of assisting Councillors
    and the ratepayers on matters which do not concern specific Council services.

    Ø     GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING
    Rates levied under the Local Government Act 1995 and the expenditure incurred in the
    administration of rates records, in addition to the interest earned on investments and other untied
    general purpose grants received

    Ø     LAW, ORDER, PUBLIC SAFETY
    Fire prevention, including the WA Fire Brigade Levy, clearing for fire hazards,
    animal control, by-law control, public security, civil emergency services, park
    rangers, neighbourhood watch.

    Ø     HEALTH
    Maternal and infant health, preventative services including immunisation, food control,
    health inspections, pest control, other health.

    Ø     EDUCATION AND WELFARE
    Child care centres, aged and disabled, senior citizens’ centres, other welfare and education
    services.

    Ø     COMMUNITY AMENITIES
    Rubbish collections, recycling, refuse site operations, litter control, public litter bins,
    abandoned vehicles, pollution control, town planning administration, citiplace
    administration, pedestrian malls, Forrest Place, street seats, memorials, bus shelters, rest
    centres, public conveniences.

    Ø     RECREATION AND CULTURE
    Public halls, civic centres, community recreation programmes, cycleways, libraries,
    community arts programme, concert hall, donation to Perth Theatre Trust, other recreation
     and sport, other culture, parades and festivals, Christmas decorations.

    Ø    TRANSPORT
    Roads, footpaths, rights of way, drainage, road verges, median strips, overpasses,
    underpasses, street lighting, street cleaning, street trees, traffic surveys, traffic management,
    depot.




                                                  8
                     NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET

      Ø     ECONOMIC SERVICES
      Tourism and promotions, public utilities, Perth Convention Bureau subsidies, building control,
       under grounding of power.

      Ø     OTHER PROPERTY AND SERVICES
      Public works overheads, plant/vehicle operations, sundry property and other outlays that cannot
      be assigned to one of the preceding programs.


3. RATES INFORMATION

  3.1 Differential General Rates

  The City of Perth imposes differential general rates under Section 6.33 of the Local Government Act
  1995 on all rateable land within the City according to the predominant purpose for which the land is
  held or used, as determined by the City. Should the predominant land use forming the basis for the
  imposition of the differential rate change during the year, the City is not required to amend the
  assessment of rates payable on that land on account of that change.

  Details of the differential rates applicable for the 2001/2002 financial year are as follows:

• The proposed new rates are set at differential levels that provide, as is practically possible, a fair and
  equitable distribution of the rate burden to each category of land having regard to its demands on the
  City’s services.

• None of the differential general rates is more than twice the lowest differential general rate as applied
  in this budget.


                                          No of              Rate in        Gross Rental         Estimated
  Land Use                              Properties         the Dollar         Values           Rate Revenue
                                                                                              Incl. MIN&EXG
                                                             Cents               $                    $
 Commercial                                     1033         6.936               84,133,938           5,840,688
 Hotels                                          119         7.303               47,146,008           3,442,880
 Industrial                                       73         7.705                3,581,422             275,942
 Office                                         1071         5.034              279,621,156          14,080,374
 Residential                                    4861         5.881               48,702,526           2,977,257
 Retail                                          423         7.337               85,628,239           6,283,310
 Vacant Land                                     248         10.068              10,997,342           1,107,262

   Total                                        7828                          559,810,631          34,007,713
 Add
 Interim Rates                                                                                         460,000
 Back Rates                                                                                             14,384
 Interest -Rate Arrears                                                                                145,000
 Rate Instalment Admin Fee                                                                              25,000
 Rate Instalment Interest                                                                               80,000
 Interest on Deferred Rate                                                                               8,900

  Total Rates Revenue                                                                              34,740,997

                                                       9
                     NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET


The objects and reasons for the imposition of each differential general rate are:

Residential

The residential category covers properties that are used for singular and multi-dwellings including
boarding and lodging accommodation. The proposed residential rate is 5.881 cents per dollar of GRV.
The residential rate is set at a relatively low level to support the City’s aim of encouraging people to
reside in the city.

Hotel

This category includes hotels and serviced apartments. The proposed rate for this sector is 7.303 cents
per dollar of GRV, to support the hotel and tourism sector that are vital to the economic development
of the City.

Retail

This classification covers retail sales and services. The proposed rate for this sector is 7.337 cents per
dollar of GRV. The City encourages the retail sector which plays a significant role in attracting
residents and visitors to the city.

Office

The majority of properties within the City are used for office accommodation. The City is proposing a
lower rate for the office sector at 5.034 cents per dollar of GRV. The reduced rate is intended to
minimise the negative financial impact on the office sector caused by its latest extraordinary increase in
gross rental value and to more appropriately align the revenue to the cost of the services provided by
the City to the office sector.

Industrial

This category includes all light and general industrial use within the city. The industrial sector demand on
the City’s special services such as health, building and compliance is greater than any other sector. The
proposed rate of 7.705 cents per dollar of GRV for the industrial sector is set at a level commensurate
with the greater demand of this sector on the City’s services.

Vacant Land

The rate of 10.068 cents per dollar of GRV applies to all vacant lands within the district. The higher
rate is imposed to discourage holding undeveloped land within the City which reduces the amenity of
the area.




                                                    10
                     NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET


Commercial

This classification includes a variety of land uses that cannot be classified under any of the above
categories, including transportation, communication, wholesalers, warehouses, laboratories and auto
services. The proposed rate for the commercial sector is 6.936 cents per dollar of GRV.

The commercial sector play a significant role to the activities within the city and a relatively lower rate is
intended to equalise this sector’s contribution to the cost of the City’s services.


3.2 Minimum Payment

The City imposes one general minimum rate payment that applies to all rateable properties within the
City. The proposed minimum payment will increase from $243 to $300 this budget year. The minimum
payment has been maintained at a relatively low level within the metropolitan area.

                                                                   2000/01                   2001/02
                                                          Budget             Actual          Budget

 Minimum Rate                                                   $243               $243              $300
 Number of Minimum Properties                                   1,181              1,140             1,272
 GRV of Minimum Rates                                      $3,935,538         $3,753,746        $4,420,447
 Estimated Minimum Payment                                  $287,249           $276,291          $381,600
 Estimated Interim Minimum                                         nil                nil               nil
 Estimated Back Minimum                                            nil                nil               nil




3.3 Options for Payment of Rates

   Payment of rates may be made under one of the following options:

   (a) by a single payment due 35 days from the date of issue of the rate notice and expected to be
   payable on 11 September 2001.

   (b) by two equal or nearly equal instalments expected to be payable on the following dates:
              First instalment                 on 11 September 2001
              Second instalment                on 6 November 2001

   (c) by four equal or nearly equal instalments expected to be payable on the following dates:
               First instalment                on 11 September 2001
               Second instalment               on 6 November 2001
               Third instalment                on 15 January 2002
               Fourth instalment               on 19 March 2002



                                                     11
                   NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET


3.4 Rates Instalments, Interest and Charges

  The City imposes additional charge for payment of rates by instalment as follows:

  - The rate of interest charged on instalment payments is 5.5% p.a. and is only applied if
    the four instalments option is selected.

  - The administration charge on both instalment options is $15.00.

  - The estimated total revenue from the imposition of the instalment interest and         administration
     charges is $ 105,000 (2000/2001 - $87174).

3.5 Rates Early Payment Incentive Scheme

  The City of Perth endorses an early rate payment incentive scheme externally sponsored, under
  which rate payers who pay their rates in full within 35 days from the date of issue of the rate notice
  will enter into a draw to win a prize(s) offered by corporate sponsor(s). The City of Perth incurs no
  cost in the operation of the early rate payment incentive scheme.


3.6 Inner City Residential Rate Relief


  The City of Perth Budget incorporates an inner city residential rate relief scheme. Under this
  scheme, purchasers of newly developed residential properties will qualify for a three years rate relief
  up to $2,000 per annum per rateable property, effective from the beginning of the financial year
  following the year in which the property was completed and purchased. The scheme applies to any
  type of single or multiple residential accommodation newly constructed.

  The rate relief only applies to Inner City developments within the area bounded by Victoria avenue
  in the East, the freeway in the West, the River to the South and the Railway to the North.

  The Rate relief is available by application from qualified first purchasers and is transportable to the
  next purchasers to the extent that remains available to the original purchasers of newly developed
  residential properties.

  In case of a mixed development, the rate relief will only apply to purchasers of the residential portion
  of the development.

  The Inner-city Residential Rate Relief is introduced to promote living in the city and encourage
  people to relocate and reside in the specified inner city area.

  Revenue foregone arising from Inner-city Residential Rate Relief is estimated at $16,550 (2000/01 -
  $8,998).


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                     NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET


    4. LATE PAYMENT INTEREST


    a) - The interest rate imposed by the City of Perth on rates and services charges that
         remain unpaid after its due date is 11% p.a. to be applied from the due date for
         payment:

       - The estimated amount of revenue from the imposition of late payment interest on
         unpaid rates and service charges is $145,000 (2000/01, $152,340).

    b) - The City imposes an interest rate of 11% p.a. on any amount other than rates that
         remains unpaid after its due date, calculated daily until the date of payment.

       - The estimated revenue arising from the imposition of late payment interest on
         unpaid debts is $1,000 (2000/01, $800).




    5. ELECTED MEMBERS FEES, EXPENSES AND ALLOWANCES


    Elected Members’ fees, allowances and expense reimbursements that are provided for in the budget
    in accordance with the provisions of the Local Government Act 1995 are as follows:


                                                                 2000/01                  2001/02
Description                                             Budget             Actual         Budget
                                                          $                  $               $
Lord Mayor
 Local Government Allowance                                  60,000              60,000         60,000
 Annual Attendance Fee                                       12,000              12,000         12,000
 Expense Reimbursement                                       13,000              13,000         13,000
Total                                                       85,000              85,000         85,000

Deputy Lord Mayor
 Local Government Allowance                                  15,000              14,358         15,000
 Annual Attendance Fee                                        6,000               6,000          6,000
 Expense Reimbursement                                       13,000               9,800         13,000
Total                                                       34,000              30,158         34,000

All Other Councillors
 Annual Attendance Fee                                       42,000              42,000         42,000
 Expense Reimbursement                                       91,000              81,000         91,000
Total                                                      133,000             123,000        133,000

Grand Total                                                252,000             238,158        252,000




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                             NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET



6. OPERATING REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE CLASSIFIED BY NATURE

                                                                   2000/01                   2001/02
                                               Notes      Budget             Estimate        Budget
                                                            $                    $              $
 OPERATING REVENUE
 Rates                                                      32,936,872          33,199,459     34,740,997
 Grants and Subsidies                                          974,274             546,004        575,402
 Contributions, Donations and Reimbursements                   618,000             423,800        416,000
 Fees and Charges                               7           31,892,988          32,877,945     35,565,825
 Interest Earnings                                           2,371,700           3,122,755      2,536,260
 Other Revenue / Income                                      2,110,922           1,142,064      1,620,361
 Total Operating Revenue                                   70,904,756          71,312,027     75,454,845

 OPERATING EXPENDITURE
 Employee Costs                                             24,298,733          24,478,520     25,539,110
 Material and Contracts                                     16,762,094          15,445,475     18,967,406
 Utilities                                                   1,939,591           2,330,482      1,828,206
 Insurance Expense                                             527,333             540,899        475,111
 Depreciation and Amortisation                  8            7,636,535           6,133,623      6,736,202
 Interest Expenses                                           1,030,580           1,029,456      1,111,212
 Other Expenditure                              9            3,475,440           3,129,008      4,148,700
 Total Operating Expenditure                               55,670,306          53,087,463     58,805,947

 NET FROM OPERATIONS                                       15,234,450          18,224,564     16,648,898

 GRANTS / CONTRIBUTIONS
 for the development of assets                                1,448,926            818,994       1,199,058

 DISPOSAL OF ASSETS
 Gain / (Loss) on Disposal                      10             658,388           2,685,141       (171,963)

 Change in net Assets resulting
 from operations - Gain / (Reduction)                     $ 17,341,764       $ 21,728,699    $ 17,675,993




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                          NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET



7. FEES AND CHARGES

  Detailed information on fees and charges are included in the supporting schedules. Fees and charges
  classified by programme are as follows -

                                                                      2000/01                   2001/02
  Fees and Charges by Programme                              Budget             Estimate        Budget
                                                               $                    $              $

  Governance                                                          184                  12               -
  General Purpose Funding                                          22,465              57,984          25,000
  Law, Order, Public Safety                                         2,450               1,646           2,700
  Health                                                          233,030             216,068         239,480
  Education and Welfare                                           444,624             501,593         482,035
  Community Amenities                                           3,811,462           3,554,681       4,242,605
  Recreation and Culture                                          471,349             742,824         628,776
  Transport                                                    26,255,928          27,039,160      29,207,529
  Economic Services                                               628,059             758,888         735,500
  Other Property and Services                                      23,437               5,089           2,200
                                                            $ 31,892,988        $ 32,877,945    $ 35,565,825




                                                                      2000/01                   2001/02
  Fees and Charges by Nature                                 Budget             Estimate        Budget
                                                               $                    $              $

  Parking Fees                                                 21,453,345          19,755,294      21,459,002
  Care Centres                                                    663,080             612,767         574,900
  Building Licence Fees                                           564,000             702,788         600,000
  Planning / Development Fees                                     170,000             227,897         180,000
  Eating House Licence Fees                                       174,585             161,427         150,000
  Rubbish Collection Fees                                       2,625,378           2,724,613       3,026,518
  Property Rental and Outgoings                                   237,087           1,430,138       1,931,419
  Property and Reserve Hire Charges                               248,489             288,716         230,585
  Parking Fines                                                 5,450,000           6,160,948       6,721,061
  Other Fees and Charges                                          307,024             813,357         692,339
                                                            $ 31,892,988        $ 32,877,945    $ 35,565,825




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                            NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET



8. DEPRECIATION OF NON CURRENT ASSETS

  Depreciation charge classified by programme and classification are as follows –

                                                                     2000/01                  2001/02
  Depreciation Expenses by Programme                        Budget             Estimate       Budget
                                                              $                    $             $

  Governance                                                      25,781             14,784         14,659
  Law, Order, Public Safety                                        1,230              1,332          1,420
  Health                                                          10,228             10,314         10,845
  Education and Welfare                                           22,151             21,226         17,038
  Community Amenities                                          1,578,116          1,472,400      1,584,261
  Recreation and Culture                                       1,222,378          1,121,741      1,238,594
  Transport                                                    4,161,996          2,824,395      3,191,367
  Economic Services                                               13,859             15,140         15,572
  Other Property and Services                                    600,796            652,291        662,444
                                                            $ 7,636,535        $ 6,133,623    $ 6,736,202




                                                                     2000/01                  2001/02
  Depreciation Expenses by Classification                   Budget             Estimate       Budget
                                                              $                    $             $

  Land and Buildings                                           5,015,632          4,028,528      3,386,181
  Infrastructure Assets                                        1,468,968          1,179,867      1,581,358
  Plant and Equipment                                            421,626            338,648        998,452
  Furniture and Equipment                                        730,309            586,580        770,211
                                                            $ 7,636,535        $ 6,133,623    $ 6,736,202




9. OTHER EXPENDITURE

                                                                     2000/01                  2001/02
  Other Expenditure                                         Budget             Estimate       Budget
                                                              $                    $             $

  Contributions, Donations and Subsidies                       1,030,500            998,666      1,098,901
  Parking Bays License Fees                                    1,132,728          1,125,638      1,848,609
  Fire Service Levy                                              858,866            826,284        889,269
  Interstate / Overseas Conferences                              180,602             94,833        155,060
  All Other                                                      272,744             83,587        156,861
                                                            $ 3,475,440        $ 3,129,008    $ 4,148,700




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                           NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET



10. DISPOSAL OF ASSETS

  Disposal of Assets by Programme                               2001/02
                                                 Proceeds          Net          Gain/(Loss)
                                                  of Sale       Book Value      on Disposal
                                                     $              $               $

    Governance                                         28,000          33,392            (5,392)
    Law, Order & Public Safety                         40,674          61,194          (20,520)
    Health                                            133,718         139,643           (5,925)
    Community Amenities                               179,696         212,262         (32,566)
    Recreation & Culture                              109,000         143,730          (34,730)
    Transport                                         358,460         407,827         (49,367)
    Economic Services                                 141,044         150,679           (9,635)
    Other Property & Services                         235,218         249,046         (13,828)

                                                  $1,225,810      $1,397,773       ($171,963)




  Disposal of Assets by Classification                          2001/02
                                                 Proceeds          Net          Gain/(Loss)
                                                 of Sales       Book Value      on Disposal
                                                    $               $               $

    Plant and Equipment                             1,225,810       1,397,773        (171,963)

                                                  $1,225,810      $1,397,773       ($171,963)




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                         NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET



11. MAJOR LAND TRANSACTIONS

  The City of Perth is engaged in several major land transactions reflected in the budget as follows:

    Details of Transactions                                         2000/01                  2001/02
                                               Note        Budget             Estimate       Budget
    Sale of Properties
    Road Widening West Perth
     Proceeds of Sale                            a             825,000             812,515              -
     Net Book Value                                             77,417              77,417              -
     Profit on Disposal of Property                            747,583             735,098              -

    Sale of Car Park Property Lake Street
     Proceeds of Sale                            b                    -          1,350,000              -
     Net Book Value                                                   -             43,500              -
     Profit on Disposal of Property                                   -          1,306,500              -

    Property Developments
    Roberts Street Depot
     New Depot Development Cost                  c             392,003             509,485              -

    Development of Car Parks                     d
     Roe Street
     Development Cost                                          564,000             377,791        186,209

     Royal Street Car Park
     Development Cost                                         3,142,000          2,579,274        562,726

     His Majesty's Car Park
     Development Cost                                         5,650,000          4,746,549        903,451

    Restoration of Perth Town Hall
    Development Cost                             e            2,605,000            871,000      3,239,000

    Convention Centre Car Park
    Development Cost                             f            8,000,000             16,289     16,000,000




      Notes :
  a). The disposal of Road Widening Properties in West Perth, being the sale of 1/5 West and 26/28 Thomas
      Streets were concluded in 2000/01.
  b). The completion of the Roe Street car park redevelopment included the sale of property to the developer
      for the construction of the Imax Theatre.
  c). The construction of a new Depot at Roberts Street Osborne Park was completed.
  d). Major refurbishment of several multi-storey car parks is substantially concluded with amounts carried
      forward into the new budget for variations and final completion.
  e). The first phase of the Perth Town Hall restoration commenced to ensure its structural integrity, heritage
      value and contemporary functionality.
  f). An amount has been set aside from the Parking Facilities Development reserves for the provision of
      approximately 1800 car park bays at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre and the Stadium project.
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                           NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET


12. ACQUISITION OF FIXED ASSETS

  Acquisition of Fixed Assets                                         2000/01                     2001/02
                                                             Budget             Estimate          Budget
                                                               $                    $                $

     Total Capital Expenditure Program
        as per Rating Statement                                35,337,938         15,873,607        43,295,848
     Add
        Previous Years Accrual                                  2,996,600            474,924                 -

         Acquisition as per Cash Flow Statement             $38,334,538         $16,348,531       $43,295,848



13. PARTICULAR RESERVES

  The City of Perth has a number of reserve accounts details of which are as follows -

     (a) CONCERT HALL REFURBISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE RESERVE

        The Concert Hall Plant and Furniture/Carpets Reserves have been amalgamated to form one Reserve
        for the same purpose for which the original Reserves were established. The new Concert Hall
        Refurbishment and Maintenance Reserve is to be used for the future maintenance of the Perth Concert
        Hall and replacement of its existing plant, furniture and carpets when required.

  Concert Hall Refurbishment and Maintenance                         2000/01                       2001/02
                                                              Budget         Estimate              Budget
                                                                $                $                    $
    Balance 1 July                                                233,903          233,523              $62,805
    Interest Earned                                                 8,298            9,282                2,644
    Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                                   -                -                    -
    Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                              (180,000)        (180,000)                   -
    Balance 30 June                                               $62,201          $62,805              $65,449




     (b) CITY IMPROVEMENT RESERVE

        The City Improvement Reserve was established in 1977 to improve the quality of amenities in the Central
        Business District for the benefit of those who use it and to attract people to use and live in the district.
        The main source of funds to this reserve has been the proceeds of the sale of the Electricity Supply
        Authority to the State in 1948.

  City Improvement                                                     2000/01                     2001/02
                                                              Budget             Estimate          Budget
                                                                $                    $                $
    Balance 1 July                                                226,722              217,705           13,541
    Interest Earned                                                 6,768                7,826              741
    Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                                   -                    -                -
    Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                              (220,000)            (211,990)               -
    Balance 30 June                                               $13,490              $13,541          $14,282

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                       NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET


  (c) REFUSE DISPOSAL AND TREATMENT RESERVE

      The Reserve was established in 1982 to allow for the development and construction of facilities for the
      treatment and disposal of non-industrial refuse.

Refuse Disposal and Treatment                                     2000/01                     2001/02
                                                           Budget         Estimate            Budget
                                                             $                $                  $
 Balance 1 July                                              2,382,236        2,378,362          2,475,578
 Interest Earned                                               134,065           97,216            108,571
 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                                   -                -                  -
 Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                                     -                -                  -
 Balance 30 June                                            $2,516,302       $2,475,578         $2,584,149




  (d) LAND ACQUISITION FOR ROAD WIDENING RESERVE

      The reserve was established in 1981 for the acquisition of land and/or property required for the extension
      or widening of road reserves within the City of Perth according to declarations of new street alignments
      pursued by Council and gazetted under its Bylaws.

Land Acquisition for Road Widening                                2000/01                     2001/02
                                                           Budget         Estimate            Budget
                                                             $                $                  $
 Balance 1 July                                              2,723,628        2,716,946          2,738,308
 Interest Earned                                               140,533          111,055            120,039
 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                                   -                -                  -
 Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                              (595,000)         (89,693)                 -
 Balance 30 June                                            $2,269,161       $2,738,308         $2,858,347




  (e) COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTRES AND FACILITIES RESERVE

      This reserve was established in 1985 from the proceeds of the sale of land (Burswood Island). The
      reserve is for the development of Community Recreation Centres and Facilities.

Community Recreation Centres/Facilities                           2000/01                     2001/02
                                                           Budget         Estimate            Budget
                                                             $                $                  $
 Balance 1 July                                                709,976          708,821            737,794
 Interest Earned                                                39,955           28,973             32,357
 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                                   -                -                  -
 Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                                     -                -                  -
 Balance 30 June                                              $749,931         $737,794           $770,151




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                       NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET



  (f) PERTH TOWN HALL RESTORATION RESERVE

      This reserve was established in 1992/93 for the restoration of the Perth Town Hall building on the corner
      of Barrack and Hay Street, Perth.

Perth Town Hall Restoration                                        2000/01                    2001/02
                                                           Budget          Estimate           Budget
                                                              $                $                 $
 Balance 1 July                                               1,666,597        1,678,891         1,559,753
 Interest Earned                                                 50,067           66,225            47,247
 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                                    -          400,000                 -
 Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                             (1,605,000)        (585,363)       (1,019,637)
 Balance 30 June                                               $111,663       $1,559,753          $587,363




  (g) ASSET REPLACEMENT RESERVE

      This Reserve was established in 1998 to fund future capital expenditure for the replacement of City
      assets and smooth the impact, of capital cost on rate payers.

      The reserve is funded from the proceeds of Sale of Assets and other amounts set aside for its purpose
      from General Revenue as directed by Council.

Asset Replacement                                                  2000/01                    2001/02
                                                           Budget          Estimate           Budget
                                                              $                $                 $
 Balance 1 July                                              14,323,623       14,119,941       $17,640,373
 Interest Earned                                              1,067,003          599,347           725,992
 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                            8,525,000        3,200,000         7,000,000
 Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                              ($304,000)       ($278,915)       (2,000,000)
 Balance 30 June                                            $23,611,626     $17,640,373        $23,366,365




  (h) ART ACQUISITION RESERVE

      This Reserve was established in 1999 to hold unexpended annual allocation for Art acquisition to be used
      for future additions to the Art collection of the City .

Art Acquisition                                                   2000/01                     2001/02
                                                           Budget         Estimate            Budget
                                                             $                $                  $
 Balance 1 July                                                 45,564           45,072             58,864
 Interest Earned                                                 2,564            1,842              2,057
 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                                   -           11,950                  -
 Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                                     -                -                  -
 Balance 30 June                                               $48,128          $58,864            $60,921




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                       NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET



   (i) STREET FURNITURE REPLACEMENT RESERVE

      This reserve was established in 1999 to hold the proceeds received from ADSHELL advertising rights on
      the City bus-shelters. The fund held in this reserve is to be used for the purchase and improvement of the
      City’s street furniture.

Street Furniture                                                  2000/01                     2001/02
                                                           Budget         Estimate            Budget
                                                             $                $                  $
 Balance 1 July                                              3,219,506        3,056,301          3,117,621
 Interest Earned                                               181,180          124,600            137,790
 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                                   -                -                  -
 Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                                     -          (63,280)                 -
 Balance 30 June                                            $3,400,686       $3,117,621         $3,255,411




  (j) TAMALA PARK DEVELOPMENT RESERVE

      This reserve was established in 1999 to fund the City’s contribution toward the cost of developing
      Clarkson Butler District Distributor Road and the future head work associated with the residential
      subdivision in part of Lot 17 Tamala Park, Mindarie. The reserve is funded by the reimbursement
      received of City’s original contribution toward the development of Marmion Avenue plus any other
      future reimbursement set aside for the purpose of the Reserve.

Tamala Park Development                                           2000/01                     2001/02
                                                           Budget         Estimate            Budget
                                                             $                $                  $
 Balance 1 July                                                114,356           216,284           205,896
 Interest Earned                                                 3,730             8,599             9,873
 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                                   -                 -                 -
 Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                              (100,000)         (18,987)                 -
 Balance 30 June                                               $18,086         $205,896           $215,769




  (k) HERITAGE INCENTIVE RESERVE

      This reserve was established in 2000 to fund heritage incentives to benefit properties on the City of
      Perth’s heritage register. Initial allocation to this reserve was the unexpended amount the City allocated
      in its 1999/2000 budget to assist in the establishment of a Heritage Low Interest Loan Scheme.

Heritage Incentive                                                 2000/01                    2001/02
                                                           Budget            Estimate         Budget
                                                             $                                   $
 Balance 1 July                                                25,000              25,000           26,022
 Interest Earned                                                 1,406              1,022            1,141
 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                                   -                  -                -
 Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                                     -                  -                -
 Balance 30 June                                               26,406             $26,022          $27,163


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                       NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET


  (l) PARKING FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT RESERVE

      This reserve is to enable new parking facilities to be developed within the City.

Parking Facilities Development                                       2000/01                    2001/02
                                                             Budget            Estimate         Budget
                                                                $                  $               $
 Balance 1 July                                                14,232,506         12,211,642      15,826,759
 Interest Earned                                                  434,194            474,141         356,100
 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                                      -          8,500,000               -
 Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                              (13,900,000)        (5,359,024)    (16,000,000)
 Balance 30 June                                                 $766,699       $15,826,759         $182,859




   (m) MULTI-STOREY CAR PARKS REFURBISHMENT RESERVE

      This reserve is maintained to enable the refurbishment of a number of multi-storey car parks to take
      place at the end of their economic life.

Multi Storey Car Parks Refurbishment                                 2000/01                    2001/02
                                                             Budget            Estimate         Budget
                                                               $                   $               $
 Balance 1 July                                                  535,205             534,141         555,974
 Interest Earned                                                  30,120              21,833          24,383
 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                                     -                   -               -
 Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                                       -                   -        (160,000)
 Balance 30 June                                                $565,324            $555,974        $420,357




   (n) PARKING METERS AND TICKET MACHINES RESERVE

      This reserve was established to allow for the orderly and economic replacement of street and car park
      ticket machines and/or meters.

Parking Meters and Ticket Machines                                  2000/01                     2001/02
                                                             Budget         Estimate            Budget
                                                               $                $                  $
 Balance 1 July                                                1,151,851        1,277,701          1,376,287
 Interest Earned                                                  49,351           52,225             30,886
 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                                     -           48,000                  -
 Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                                (600,000)          (1,639)        (1,388,565)
 Balance 30 June                                                $601,201       $1,376,287            $18,608




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                         NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET



  (o) PLANT AND FLEET REPLACEMENT RESERVE

      The Mobile Plant and Fleet Replacement Reserves have been amalgamated to form one Reserve for the same
      purpose for which the original Reserves were established. The new Plant and Fleet Replacement Reserve is to
      be used for the orderly and economic replacement of Council’s mobile plant and fleet of vehicles.

Plant and Fleet Replacement                                        2000/01                     2001/02
                                                            Budget         Estimate            Budget
                                                              $                $                  $
 Balance 1 July                                                 735,640          737,065            767,193
 Interest Earned                                                 36,224           30,128             33,647
 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                                    -                -                  -
 Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                                      -                -          (161,130)
 Balance 30 June                                               $771,864         $767,193           $639,710




   (p) TOTAL COUNCIL RESERVES

Total Council Reserves                                              2000/01                    2001/02
                                                            Budget          Estimate           Budget
                                                               $                $                  $
 Balance 1 July                                               42,326,312       40,157,395         47,162,768
 Interest Earned                                               2,185,458        1,634,314          1,633,468
 Transfer from Accumulated Surplus                             8,525,000       12,159,950          7,000,000
 Transfer to Accumulated Surplus                            ($17,504,000)     ($6,788,891)      ($20,729,332)
 Balance 30 June                                             $35,532,771     $47,162,768         $35,066,904




  (q) RECONCILIATION OF CLOSING BALANCES

      Reconciliation of Closing Balance of Reserves and Provisions to the Consolidated Rate Setting
      Statement

                                                                    2000/01                    2001/02
                                                            Budget            Estimate         Budget
                                                              $                   $               $
 Total Reserves                                              35,532,771          47,162,768      35,066,904
 Add
        Leave Expense Provisions                               4,970,000         4,902,686        5,145,320
 Less
        Non Cash Backed Reserves                              (2,786,366)       (3,094,618)      (3,094,618)
        Transfer to Reserves (Reported Separately)            (8,525,000)      (12,159,950)      (7,000,000)
 Cash Backed Balance of Reserves & Provisions                $29,191,405       $36,810,886      $30,117,606




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                           NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET



14. RECONCILIATION OF CASH AND OPERATING SURPLUS

  (a) Reconciliation of Cash as recorded in the Statement of Cash Flows
  Reconciliation of Cash                                               2000/01                   2001/02
                                                               Budget          Estimate          Budget
                                                                  $                $                $
   Cash at Bank and on Hand                                          61,606           64,280           99,803
   Short Term Investments                                        38,141,864       58,728,495       39,696,932
   Bank Overdraft                                                  (172,932)      (1,049,656)      (1,072,912)
   Closing Balance at 30 June                                   $38,030,538     $57,743,119       $38,723,823




  (b) Reconciliation of Cash Provided by Operating Activity to Operating surplus
                                                                      2000/01                    2001/02
                                                               Budget         Estimate           Budget
                                                                 $                $                 $
  Change in Net Assets Resulting from Operations                17,341,764       21,728,699        17,675,993
  Adjust for items not involving the movement of Funds:
  Depreciation                                                    7,636,535         6,133,623       6,736,202
  (Gain)or Loss on Disposal of Assets                              (658,388)       (2,685,141)        171,963
  Government Grants                                              (2,349,988)       (1,364,998)     (1,774,460)

  Changes In Assets and Liabilities
  Decrease in Stock on Hand                                         24,360                 -                -
  Decrease in Accrued Income                                             -           379,905          307,579
  Decrease in Debtors                                            1,470,851           476,725          469,482
  Increase in Accrued Expenses                                           -                 -          323,345
  Increase in Provisions                                           118,140                 -          242,634

  Decrease in Provisions                                                  -          (167,300)              -
  Decrease in Creditors                                          (1,489,627)       (2,156,128)              -
  Decrease in Income Received in Advance                                  -          (192,645)        (63,409)
  Decrease in Interest Payable                                      (27,040)         (105,415)        (25,944)
  Decrease in Accrued Expenses                                     (285,618)       (1,212,462)              -
  Decease in Other Payables                                               -                 -         (54,320)
  Increase in Work in Progress                                   (1,096,302)                -               -
  Increase in Modified Penalties                                          -        (1,808,137)       (952,345)
  Iecrease in Stock on Hand                                               -           (80,317)              -
  Increase in Interest Receivable                                  (186,136)                 -        (72,547)
  Increase in Accrued Income                                       (365,713)                 -        (12,534)
  Increase in other receivables                                           -          (462,976)         (6,465)
  Net Cash Provided by Operating Activities                    $ 20,132,838      $ 18,483,433    $ 22,965,174




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                            NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET



15. INVESTMENT EARNINGS

  Investment Earnings                                            2000/01                 2001/02
                                                          Budget         Estimate        Budget
     Reserves                                               $                $              $
        City Improvement                                        6,768            7,826            741
        Land Acquisition for Road Widening                    140,533          111,055        120,039
        Refuse Disposal and Treatment                         134,065           97,216        108,571
        Concert Hall Refurbishment and Maintenance              8,299            9,282          2,644
        Community Recreation Centres/Facilities                39,955           28,973         32,357
        Asset Replacement                                   1,067,003          599,347        725,992
        Art Acquisition                                         2,564            1,842          2,057
        Street Furniture Replacement                          181,180          124,600        137,790
        Tamala Park Development                                 3,730            8,599          9,873
        Perth Town Hall Restoration                            50,067           66,225         47,247
        Heritage Incentive                                      1,406            1,022          1,141
        Parking Facilities Development                        434,194          474,141        356,100
        Multi-Storey Car Parks Refurbishment                   30,120           21,833         24,383
        Parking Meters and Ticket Machines                     49,351           52,225         30,886
        Plant and Fleet Replacement                            36,225           30,128         33,647
     Investment Earnings from Reserves                      2,185,460        1,634,314      1,633,468

     Other Investments Earnings
        Calls and Term Deposits
        - Municipal                                           186,240        1,488,441        902,792

     Net Investment Earnings                               $2,371,700       $3,122,755     $2,536,260




16. BORROWINGS INFORMATION

  Repayment of Monies Borrowed                                   2000/01                 2001/02
                                                          Budget           Actual        Budget
                                                            $                $              $
    Principal liability brought forward on 1 July          15,503,412       15,503,412     13,822,648

    New Principal liability during the year                       Nil              Nil             Nil

    Reduction in Principal sum during the year              1,680,764        1,680,764      1,688,892

    Principal liability remaining at 30 June               13,822,648       13,822,648     12,133,756

    Interest due to Lenders during the year                 1,030,759        1,029,456        911,608

    Income financed repayment                                     Nil              Nil             Nil




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                           NOTES TO AND FORMING PART OF THE BUDGET


17. CURRENT POSITION AT THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE BUDGET YEAR

                                                                                1999/00           2000/01
    Adjusted Current Position                                                   Estimates         Estimates
                                                                                    $                 $
    Current Assets
    Cash On Hand                                                                       27,172           64,280
    Deposits and Prepayments                                                          142,338           40,535
    Money Market Investments                                                       54,198,495       58,728,495
    Shares and Unit Trust                                                           2,786,366        3,094,618
    Accounts Receivable                                                             2,048,819          930,671
    Work in Progress                                                                  123,562          356,230
    Stock on Hand                                                                     174,107          197,453
    Total Current Assets                                                          59,500,859       63,412,282

    Current Liabilities
    Accounts Payable                                                                6,549,564        4,464,032
    Overdraft                                                                         314,653        1,049,656
    Borrowings                                                                      1,680,764        1,688,892
    Provisions                                                                      4,441,621        4,104,080
    Total Current Liabilities                                                     12,986,602       11,306,660

    Adjusted Current Position Brought Forward                                     46,514,257       52,105,622

    Deduct Cash Holdings                                                          (53,911,014)      (57,743,119)

    Add Current Borrowings and Provisions                                           6,122,385         5,792,972

    Adjusted Net Current Assets (Liabilities)                                   ($1,274,372)         $155,475




18. PRINCIPAL ACTIVITY PLAN

   All activities in the Principal Activities Plan are included in the budget for the 2001/02 year. Similarly, there
   are no principal activities provided for in the budget, which are not included in the Principal Activities Plan.



19. SUPERANNUATION

   The City of Perth makes superannuation contribution on behalf of its employees to one of two complying
   superannuation plans, the ‘City of Perth Superannuation Fund’, which is a defined benefit fund, and the
   ‘W. A. Local Government Superannuation Plan’, an accumulated benefit plan. The City of Perth does not
   guarantee the value of the benefits provided under either of the plans. The annual actuarial review of the
   City of Perth Superannuation Fund reported a surplus in the value of its assets over the total vested
   benefits.

   Superannuation contributions in the 2001/02 budget amount to $2,602,475 (2000/01 - $2,104,438) which
   satisfies the City’s legislative obligation.

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     Municipality

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    CITY of PERTH




Detailed Budget by
  Programmes




                    ANNUAL BUDGET 2001-02
                                                  CITY OF PERTH
                                          STATEMENT OF OPERATING REVENUE


 Budget          Estimate         Unit   SP     Prgm        Description                         Budget          Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                 Ref.    Ref.                                           2001/02
    $                $                                                                             $
                                                        OPERATING REVENUE

                                                        GOVERNANCE
                                         G1     1.01     Members of Council
         184                12    CPS                     Electoral                                      -
--------------   --------------                                                                --------------
         184                12                          Total Governance                                 -
--------------   --------------                                                                --------------


                                                        GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING
                                         ALL    2.01     Rates
  2,034,058        2,200,267      FIN                     Residential                            2,597,054
  3,262,114        3,310,873      FIN                     Hotel                                  3,442,880
  5,966,015        5,923,626      FIN                     Retail                                 6,267,427
12,953,704       13,085,465       FIN                     Office                               14,064,004
  6,286,094        6,005,335      FIN                     Commercial                             5,771,580
    256,042          254,578      FIN                     Industrial                               274,320
    977,490          875,965      FIN                     Vacant Land                            1,080,379
    287,247          276,291      FIN                     Minimum Rates                            381,600
    221,670          118,262      FIN                     Ex-Gratia Rates                          128,469
--------------   --------------                                                                --------------
32,244,434       32,050,662                              Total General Rates                   34,007,713

    400,000          887,303      FIN                      Interim Rates                           460,000
     64,643          (21,079)     FIN                      Back Rates                               14,384
    150,000          152,340      FIN                      Interest - Rate Arrears                 145,000
     22,465           25,587      FIN                      Rate Administration                      25,000
     46,513           87,174      FIN                      Rates - Installment Interest             80,000
       8,817          17,472      FIN                      Interest on Deferred Rates                 8,900
--------------   --------------                                                                --------------
    692,438        1,148,797                                                                       733,284

--------------   --------------                                                                --------------
32,936,872       33,199,459                              Total Rates                           34,740,997

                                                2.02     Other General Purpose Funding
     92,585           92,374      FIN    U3               Local Government Assistance Grant        101,871
    315,216          314,858      STR    U3               Federal Grant - Local Road Funding       328,041
     55,000           57,848      VAR                     State Grant - Local Road Funding          55,000
--------------   --------------                                                                --------------
    462,801          465,080                             Total Grants                              484,912

     30,215           32,397      FIN    ALL               Settlement Discount Received             30,000
  2,371,700        3,122,755      FIN                      Interest on Investments               2,536,260
--------------   --------------                                                                --------------
  2,401,915        3,155,152                             Total Other General Purpose Funding     2,566,260

--------------   --------------                                                                --------------
 35,801,588       36,819,691                            Total General Purpose Funding           37,792,169
--------------   --------------                                                                --------------




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                                                  CITY OF PERTH
                                          STATEMENT OF OPERATING REVENUE


 Budget          Estimate         Unit   SP     Prgm         Description                         Budget          Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                 Ref.    Ref.                                            2001/02
    $                $                                                                              $
                                                        OPERATING REVENUE


                                                        LAW, ORDER and PUBLIC SAFETY
                                         En2    3.02     Animal Control
      2,450            1,646      CLS                     Animal Registration & Control               2,700


                                         En3    3.03     Other Law, Order and Public Safety
         150              385     CLS                     Security Surveillance                      25,150

--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------
       2,600            2,031                           Total Law, Order and Public Safety           27,850
--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------


                                                        HEALTH
                                         En3    4.02     Preventive Services
       2,400          12,377      APS                     Registration / Licencing & Control         13,000
    230,630          203,691      CLS                     Registration / Licencing & Control        233,580
     18,550           12,391      PPM                     Registration / Licencing & Control              -
--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------
    251,580          228,459                             Total Preventive Services                  246,580

                                         En3    4.03     Other Health
       4,500            6,860     CLS                     Healthy Choices Dining Award                 1,500
--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------
       4,500            6,860                            Total Other Health                            1,500

--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------
    256,080          235,319                            Total Health                                248,080
--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------


                                                        EDUCATION & WELFARE
                                         S2     5.03     Care of Families and Children
    164,641          168,757      CMS                     Child Care Centre - Occasional Care       169,055
    318,503          332,836      CMS                     Child Care Centre - Long Day              351,500
--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------
    483,144          501,593                             Total Care of Families and Children        520,555

                                         S2     5.06     Other Welfare
     22,103           22,472      CMS                     Administration                                  -
--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------
     22,103           22,472                             Total Other Welfare                              -

--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------
    505,247          524,065                            Total Education and Welfare                 520,555
--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------




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                                                  CITY OF PERTH
                                          STATEMENT OF OPERATING REVENUE


 Budget          Estimate         Unit   SP     Prgm         Description                                   Budget          Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                 Ref.    Ref.                                                      2001/02
    $                $                                                                                        $
                                                        OPERATING REVENUE


                                                        COMMUNITY AMENITIES
                                         En2    7.01     Sanitation - Household Refuse
  2,610,778        2,715,451      OPE                      Rubbish Collection                               3,026,518
     14,600           55,380      OPE                      Recycling                                           24,000
--------------   --------------                                                                           --------------
  2,625,378        2,770,831                             Total Sanitation - Household Refuse                3,050,518

                                         En2    7.02     Sanitation - Other
         600               -      CLS                      Litter Control                                          500
     89,022           65,853      PPM                      Mindarie Refuse Site                                52,176
--------------   --------------                                                                           --------------
     89,622           65,853                             Total Sanitation - Other                              52,676

                                                7.04     Urban Stormwater Drainage
       2,000            1,499     UDU                     Drainage - Stormwater                                  2,000
--------------   --------------                                                                           --------------
       2,000            1,499                            Total Urban Stormwater Drainage                         2,000

                                         En2    7.05     Protection of Environment
       5,500            6,043     CLS                     Abandoned Vehicles                                     6,422
       2,000              750     CLS                     Other Environment Protection                           2,000
--------------   --------------                                                                           --------------
       7,500            6,793                            Total Protection of Environment                         8,422

                                         U1     7.06     Town Planning and Regional Development
    170,000          217,504      APS                     Planning Fees                                       180,000
    100,000           18,987      FIN                     Transfer from Tamala Park Development Reserve             -
       1,500            2,070     UDU                     Other Town Planning                                    1,500
--------------   --------------                                                                           --------------
    271,500          238,562                             Total Town Planning and Regional Development         181,500

                                                7.07     Other Community Amenities
    471,414          485,474      PPM    E1               City Station Retail Rental                          525,145
     57,640           53,680      VAR                     Loading Doc. Forest Place                            60,540
    138,453          138,566      CMS    E1               City Place Rest Centre                              141,531
     13,427           13,438      CMS    E1               Perth Town Hall Rest Centre                          13,065
     63,440           73,053      VAR                     Forrest Place Mall                                   47,450
     74,159           73,542      PPM    E1               Air Space Licences                                   74,855
     67,099           67,306      PPM    S1               Stall Licences                                       67,306
     11,280           43,441      VAR                     Other Community Amenities                            23,343
--------------   --------------                                                                           --------------
    896,912          948,500                             Total Other Community Amenities                      953,235

--------------   --------------                                                                           --------------
  3,892,912        4,032,038                            Total Community Amenities                           4,248,351
--------------   --------------                                                                           --------------




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                                                  CITY OF PERTH
                                          STATEMENT OF OPERATING REVENUE


 Budget          Estimate         Unit   SP     Prgm         Description                                         Budget          Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                 Ref.    Ref.                                                            2001/02
    $                $                                                                                              $
                                                        OPERATING REVENUE


                                                        RECREATION and CULTURE
                                                8.01     Public Halls, Civic Centre
    281,944          260,306      PPM                     Council House                                             332,713
    280,945          289,139      CMS                     City Place Community Centre                               304,248
       6,000            8,324     VAR                     Perth Town Hall                                                 -
--------------   --------------                                                                                 --------------
    568,889          557,769                              Total Public Halls, Civic Centre                          636,961

                                                8.03      Other Recreation and Sport
    131,945           87,467      ARM    EN2               Narrows Interchange                                      134,976
     16,875           16,875      ARM    EN2               Heirisson Island                                          17,340
     77,352           59,338      VAR                      Parks, Gardens & Reserves                                 88,146
     61,213           99,840      VAR                      Sports & Play Grounds                                     73,668
       6,413            6,996     PPM    U4                Cycleways                                                   6,413
       6,200               -      CMS    S1                Community Recreation Programs                             15,800
--------------   --------------                                                                                 --------------
    299,998          270,516                              Total Other Recreation & Sport                            336,343

                                                8.05      Libraries
     17,626           14,221      LBS    S4                 Perth City Library                                       14,088
--------------   --------------                                                                                 --------------
     17,626           14,221                              Total Libraries                                            14,088

                                                8.07      Other Culture
     17,000             6,261     CMS    S1                Community Arts Program                                    93,204
    416,000          423,800      MKT    S1                Skyworks                                                 416,000
          -                -      CTM                      Christmas Decorations                                          -
--------------   --------------                                                                                 --------------
    433,000          430,061                              Total Other Culture                                       509,204

--------------   --------------                                                                                 --------------
  1,319,513        1,272,567                            Total Recreation & Culture                                1,496,596
--------------   --------------                                                                                 --------------


                                                        TRANSPORT
                                                9.01     Streets, Roads, Bridges, Depots
     40,400           31,533      PPM    U3                Access Ways & Colonnades                                  32,500
     53,904           67,591      PPM    U3                Crossovers                                                53,900
          -                -      APS                      Footpaths                                                120,000
    638,050        1,202,760      OPE    EN2               Recoverable Works                                        692,047
     51,956                -      PPM     U3               Road Reserves Maintenance                                      -
     25,978           44,233      PPM    U3                Road Widening Properties                                       -
          -                -      OPE    U3                Robert Street Depot                                            -
          -           10,000      CTM                      Contribution - Identification of East Perth Assets             -
--------------   --------------                                                                                 --------------
    810,288        1,356,117                              Total Streets, Roads, Bridges, Depots                     898,447




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                                                    CITY OF PERTH
                                            STATEMENT OF OPERATING REVENUE


  Budget          Estimate         Unit    SP     Prgm         Description                     Budget          Ref.
  2000/01         2000/01                  Ref.    Ref.                                        2001/02
     $                $                                                                           $
                                                          OPERATING REVENUE


                                                  9.03     Parking Facilities
   7,953,484        7,263,513      PKG     E1               Multistory Carpark Operations       8,731,234
   8,770,814        8,097,423      PKG     E1               Ground Level Carpark Operations     7,529,749
     507,301          307,594      PPM     E1               Parking Property Income               756,777
   4,794,047        4,289,710      PKG     E1               Kerbside Parking                    5,617,724
   5,450,000        6,106,781      CLS    E1/U3             Parking Fines & Costs               6,721,061
           -             3,242     CLS                      Parking Inspectorial Control             3,012
      50,000           42,501      PKG     E1               Other Parking Services                 50,000
 --------------   --------------                                                              --------------
 27,525,646       26,110,764                               Total Parking Facilities           29,409,557

                                                  9.04     Traffic Control
          150               -      MKT     E1               COP Registration Plates etc.                -
 --------------   --------------                                                              --------------
          150               -                              Total Traffic Control                        -

                                                  9.05     Aerodromes
        1,800            5,136     APS                      Hellipad Landing Site                    3,500
 --------------   --------------                                                              --------------
        1,800            5,136                             Total Aerodromes                          3,500

                                                  9.07     Other Transport
      15,450             7,779     VAR                      Unclassified                           11,900
 --------------   --------------                                                              --------------
      15,450             7,779                             Total Water Transport Facilities        11,900

 --------------   --------------                                                              --------------
 28,353,334       27,479,796                              Total Transport                     30,323,404
 --------------   --------------                                                              --------------


                                                          ECONOMIC SERVICES
                                                  10.02    Tourism and Area Promotion
      17,500                -      MKT     E1               City Vibrancy                          10,000
      17,500           58,622      MKT     E1               Retail Marketing                            -
      63,809           46,846      MKT     E1               Banners                                50,000
      22,000                -      MKT     E1               Other Promotional                           -
 --------------   --------------                                                              --------------
     120,809          105,468                              Total Tourism & Area Promotion          60,000

                                                  10.03    Building Control
        1,452              655     APS    EN2               BCITF Commission                         1,300
     564,000          696,217      APS    EN2               Building Control - Licencing          685,640
        1,500              720     APS    EN2               Building Control Administration          2,000
 --------------   --------------                                                              --------------
     566,952          697,592                              Total Building Control                 688,940

                                                  10.06    Other Economic Services
           -           14,000      VAR                      Economic Development Program                -
--------------    --------------                                                              --------------
           -           14,000                              Total Other Economic Services                -




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                                                    CITY OF PERTH
                                            STATEMENT OF OPERATING REVENUE


 Budget           Estimate          Unit   SP     Prgm         Description                       Budget           Ref.
 2000/01          2000/01                  Ref.    Ref.                                          2001/02
    $                 $                                                                             $
                                                          OPERATING REVENUE


--------------    --------------                                                                --------------
    687,761           817,060                             Total Economic Services                   748,940
--------------    --------------                                                                --------------


                                                          OTHER PROPERTY and SERVICES
                                                  11.02    Administration
         500             3,659      VAR                     Administration                                -
--------------    --------------                                                                --------------
         500             3,659                             Total Administration                           -

                                                  11.05    Plant Operations
          -                 -       CTM                      Plant Operations                             -
--------------    --------------                                                                --------------
          -                 -                              Total Technical Services                       -

                                                  11.06    Unclassified
       2,400                -       VAR                     Apprenticeship & Training                  3,700
     69,537            74,396       FIN                     Mindarie Regional Council Surplus        29,000
     13,100            51,395       VAR                     Other Unclassified                       16,200
--------------    --------------                                                                --------------
     85,037           125,791                              Total Unclassified                        48,900

 --------------    --------------                                                                --------------
      85,537           129,450                            Total Other Property and Services           48,900
 --------------    --------------                                                                --------------
 --------------    --------------                                                                --------------
 70,904,756        71,312,027                             TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE                75,454,845
 --------------    --------------                                                                --------------
   1,448,926           818,994                            GRANTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS                 1,199,058
--------------    --------------                                                                --------------
 72,353,682        72,131,021                             TOTAL REVENUE                          76,653,903
 --------------    --------------                                                                --------------




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                                                     CITY OF PERTH
                                         STATEMENT OF GRANTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS


 Budget          Estimate         Unit    SP     Prgm         Description                                Budget          Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                  Ref.    Ref.                                                   2001/02
    $                $                                                                                      $
                                                         GRANTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS

                                                         COMMUNITY AMENITIES
                                          En2    7.07     Other community amenities
            -          25,000 UDU                          Safer WA Security Program                                -
            -               -   DS                         Central Perth Railway Reserve Urban Study          300,000
--------------   --------------                                                                         --------------
            -          25,000                             Total Other Community Amenities                     300,000
            -               -
--------------   --------------                                                                         --------------
            -          25,000                            Total Community Amenities                            300,000
--------------   --------------                                                                         --------------

                                                         RECREATION and CULTURE
                                          G1     8.03     Other Recreation and Sport
            -               -     UDU                      Point Fraser Redevelopment                         250,000
            -               -     UDU                      Discovering the City                                 47,000
--------------   --------------                                                                         --------------
            -               -                             Total Other Recreation and Sport                    297,000

                                          En2    8.07     Other Recreation and Culture
            -          50,000 CTM                          State Govn't Grant - Christmas Decorations               -
--------------   --------------                                                                         --------------
            -          50,000                             Total Other Recreation and Culture                        -

--------------   --------------                                                                         --------------
            -          50,000                            Total Recreation and Culture                         297,000
--------------   --------------                                                                         --------------

                                                         TRANSPORT
                                                 9.01     Streets, Roads, Bridges, Depots
            -         353,871     UDU                       Roads to Recovery                                 102,077
            -               -     UDU                       Road Construction - William Street                204,181
            -               -     OPE                       Road Construction - William Street                  84,133
      385,426         342,076     STR                       Road Grants                                             -
            -               -     CTM                       State Govn't Grant - Metro Roads                  211,667
    1,000,000               -     PPM                       Road Widening Properties                                -
--------------   --------------                                                                         --------------
    1,385,426         695,947                             Total Streets, Roads, Bridges, Depots               602,058

                                                 9.07     Other Transport
        24,000         13,022 DBU                          National Competition Policy                              -
        39,500         35,025 OPE                          Fed Govn't Grant - Coast & Clean                         -
--------------   --------------                                                                         --------------
        63,500         48,047                             Total Other Transport                                     -

--------------   --------------                                                                         --------------
    1,448,926         743,994                            Total Transport                                      602,058
--------------   --------------                                                                         --------------

--------------   --------------                                                                         --------------
    1,448,926         818,994                            TOTAL GRANTS and CONTRIBUTIONS                     1,199,058
--------------   --------------                                                                         --------------




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                                                    CITY OF PERTH
                                         STATEMENT OF OPERATING EXPENDITURE


 Budget          Estimate         Unit    SP     Prgm        Description                         Budget          Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                  Ref.    Ref.                                           2001/02
    $                $                                                                              $
                                                         OPERATING EXPENDITURE

                                                         GOVERNANCE
                                          G1     1.01     Members of Council
    407,457          369,609      VAR                      Lord Mayor                               406,467
    404,799          368,459      VAR                      Councillors                              381,216
    264,875          260,024      CPS                      Meetings                                 248,908
    225,811          211,513      VAR                      Dining Room                              284,970
      77,278         108,921      CPS                      Electoral                                  71,490
--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------
  1,380,220        1,318,525                              Total Members of Council                1,393,051

                                          G1     1.02     Governance -General
      66,823           66,823     MKT                      Public Relations                         100,958
    308,127          315,512      CPS                      Civic Receptions                         370,762
      63,554           10,616     CPS                      Sister City Program                        50,000
      44,013           38,660     FIN                      Annual Report                              44,721
      37,779           33,184     FIN                      Annual Audits                              38,386
      41,686           36,616     FIN                      Budget & Principal Activity Plan           42,356
    203,832          188,422      CEO                      Administration                           238,305
      94,800           90,826     DCS                      Administration                             98,603
    920,148          889,328      CPS                      Administration                         1,038,046
      56,922           49,998     FIN                      Administration                             57,837
      31,416           26,299      IS                      Administration                             38,640
      40,301           35,695     DSU                      Administration                             43,704
      45,168           41,596     APS                      Administration                             43,723
      13,499           23,536     CLS                      Administration                             31,717
      10,333           10,572     PPM                      Administration                               9,489
      69,492           67,844     UDU                      Administration                             61,533
      49,464           56,995      DS                      Administration                             88,665
    111,760          114,735      MKT                      Administration                           116,899
      55,968           56,012     DBU                      Administration                             57,120
    269,069          276,537      PKG                      Administration                           272,025
--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------
  2,534,154        2,429,804                              Total Governance - General              2,843,490

--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------
  3,914,374        3,748,329                             Total Governance                         4,236,541
--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------


                                                         GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING
                                                 2.02     Other general purpose funding
        2,616            2,424    CEO                      Administration                               3,064
      22,932           21,981     VAR                      Administration                             27,960
    400,697          356,531      FIN                      Administration                           569,185
    143,028          119,908       IS                      Administration                           175,937
--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------
    569,273          500,844                              Total Other General Purpose Funding       776,146

--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------
    569,273          500,844                             Total General Purpose Funding              776,146
--------------   --------------                                                                 --------------




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                                                    CITY OF PERTH
                                         STATEMENT OF OPERATING EXPENDITURE


 Budget          Estimate         Unit    SP     Prgm         Description                         Budget          Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                  Ref.    Ref.                                            2001/02
    $                $                                                                               $
                                                         OPERATING EXPENDITURE


                                                         LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY
                                         En2     3.01     Fire prevention
      39,552           38,056     CLS                       Fire Prevention & Control                  50,837
    847,000          826,284      VAR                       FESA Levy                                880,000
--------------   --------------                                                                  --------------
    886,552          864,340                              Total Fire Prevention                      930,837

                                         En2     3.02     Animal control
      52,763           56,730     CLS                      Animal Registration & Control               77,173
--------------   --------------                                                                  --------------
      52,763           56,730                             Total Animal Control                         77,173

                                         En3     3.03     Other law, order, public safety
    497,758          440,618      VAR                      Security Services                         564,588
    536,740          471,168      CLS                      Security Surveillance                     645,737
        7,000            7,000    CPS                      Donation - Civil Emergency                    7,000
      10,262             1,113    VAR                      Police Post                                   3,908
      34,045           32,794     VAR                      Administration                              32,672
--------------   --------------                                                                  --------------
  1,085,805          952,693                              Total Other Law, Order Safety            1,253,906

--------------   --------------                                                                  --------------
  2,025,120        1,873,763                             Total Law, Order, Public Safety           2,261,916
--------------   --------------                                                                  --------------


                                                         HEALTH
                                         En3     4.02     Preventive services
      19,224           15,840     CLS                       Immunisation                               16,301
    310,431          288,722      CLS                       Food Control                             317,609
      57,000           46,133     CLS                       Pest Control                               40,500
           -             2,222    VAR                       Registration / Licencing & Control           2,222
      15,468           14,631     VAR                       Administration                             18,120
    249,602          234,984      APS                       Administration                           241,117
    411,919          383,112      CLS                       Administration                           421,443
--------------   --------------                                                                  --------------
  1,063,644          985,645                              Total Preventive Services                1,057,313

                                         En3     4.03     Other health
      20,396           10,910     CLS                      Healthy Choices Dining Award                20,426
--------------   --------------                                                                  --------------
      20,396           10,910                             Total Other Health                           20,426

--------------   --------------                                                                  --------------
  1,084,040          996,555                             Total Health                              1,077,739
--------------   --------------                                                                  --------------


                                                         EDUCATION AND WELFARE
                                          S2     5.03     Care of families and children
    203,030          194,842      CMS                      Child Care Centre - Occasional Care       274,098
--------------   --------------                                                                  --------------
    203,030          194,842                              Total Other Education                      274,098




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                                                    CITY OF PERTH
                                         STATEMENT OF OPERATING EXPENDITURE


 Budget          Estimate         Unit    SP     Prgm        Description                                  Budget          Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                  Ref.    Ref.                                                    2001/02
    $                $                                                                                       $
                                                         OPERATING EXPENDITURE


                                                 5.03     Care of families and children
    453,968          441,316      VAR                      Child Care Centre - Long Day                      416,308
      12,500           12,500     CMS                      Donation - Families & Children Assoc.               12,500
--------------   --------------                                                                          --------------
    466,468          453,816                              Total Care of Families and Children                428,808

                                                 5.04     Aged & Disabled
      54,544           51,243     VAR                      Senior Citizen Centre - Rod Evans                   61,669
      35,500           35,500     CMS                      Donation - Rod Evans Centre                         36,743
      12,500           12,500     CMS                      Donation - Aged & Disabled                          12,500
--------------   --------------                                                                          --------------
    102,544            99,243                             Total Aged & Disabled                              110,912

                                                 5.06     Other welfare
        5,000            5,000    CMS                      Donations - Other Welfare                             5,000
      33,481           32,168     VAR                      Administration                                      50,269
--------------   --------------                                                                          --------------
      38,481           37,168                             Total Other Welfare                                  55,269

--------------   --------------                                                                          --------------
    810,523          785,068                             Total Education and Welfare                         869,086
--------------   --------------                                                                          --------------


                                                         COMMUNITY AMENITIES
                                         En2     7.01     Sanitation - Household refuse
      39,442           34,274     OPE                       240ltr Bins                                        55,048
  1,568,561        1,596,732      VAR                       Rubbish Collection                             1,428,492
    357,070          369,517      OPE                       Recycling                                        403,931
--------------   --------------                                                                          --------------
  1,965,073        2,000,523                              Total Sanitation - Household Refuse              1,887,471

                                         En2     7.02     Sanitation - Other
    364,347          409,849      OPE                       Public Litter Bins                               398,926
      20,000             9,086    CLS                       Graffiti Control                                   20,000
      40,000           40,033     OPE                       Graffiti Control                                   40,000
      59,328           62,444     CLS                       Litter Control                                     91,255
    285,750          226,624      VAR                       Mindarie Refuse Site                             292,500
--------------   --------------                                                                          --------------
    769,425          748,036                              Total Sanitation - Other                           842,681

                                                 7.05     Protection of environment
      39,552           42,127     CLS                       Abandoned Vehicles                                 60,837
    112,239            86,049     CLS                       Pollution Control                                119,327
    117,952          114,956      STR                       Other Environment Protection                     293,730
--------------   --------------                                                                          --------------
    269,743          243,131                              Total Protection of Environment                    473,894

                                          U1     7.06     Town planning & regional development
      46,114           48,433     CLS                      Planning Enforcement                                59,310
    954,386          880,760      STR                      Town Planning Schemes                             860,723
--------------   --------------                                                                          --------------
  1,000,500          929,193                              Total Town Planning and Regional Development       920,033




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                                                    CITY OF PERTH
                                         STATEMENT OF OPERATING EXPENDITURE


 Budget          Estimate         Unit    SP     Prgm        Description                      Budget          Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                  Ref.    Ref.                                        2001/02
    $                $                                                                           $
                                                         OPERATING EXPENDITURE


                                                 7.07     Other community amenities
    328,838          299,617      VAR                      Pedestrian Walkways - Upper           366,197
    477,735          440,073      VAR                      City Station Concourse                461,174
           -                -     PPM     E1               City Station Retail Rental              58,598
    205,633          163,673      VAR                      Loading Doc. Forest Place             217,594
    188,676          169,033      VAR                      Public Conveniences                   215,330
    460,830          419,615      VAR                      City Place Rest Centre                436,633
    128,511          112,132      VAR                      Perth Town Hall Rest Centre           122,936
    310,182          402,705      VAR                      Murray Street Mall                    438,119
    300,431          319,538      VAR                      Hay Street Mall                       445,142
  2,033,271        2,076,677      VAR                      Forrest Place Mall                  2,095,391
      21,814           27,302     VAR                      Street - Furniture                      41,961
      18,240           37,007     VAR                      Bus Shelters                            25,117
           -                -     PPM                      Air Space Licences                        8,353
           -                -     PPM                      Stall Licences                            7,510
        6,016          10,911     VAR                      Other Community Amenities               30,786
      49,240           44,589     CEO                      Administration                          56,393
      40,656           38,949     DCS                      Administration                          48,900
      40,411           24,329     CPS                      Administration                          28,399
      13,896           11,631      IS                      Administration                          17,091
    553,180          568,889      APS                      Administration                        557,263
    104,508            34,307     PPM                      Administration                               -
  1,314,807        1,076,977      UDU                      Administration                      1,147,124
           -                -      DS                      Administration                          28,460
      71,418           77,219     CTM                      Administration                          31,898
    532,793          355,175       DP                      Administration                        541,348
--------------   --------------                                                              --------------
  7,201,086        6,710,350                              Total Other Community Amenities      7,427,717

--------------   --------------                                                              --------------
11,205,827       10,631,234                              Total Community Amenities           11,551,796
--------------   --------------                                                              --------------


                                                         RECREATION & CULTURE
                                                 8.01     Public halls, Civic Centre
    591,136          607,740      VAR                      Council House                         425,628
    487,027          431,316      VAR                      City Place Community Centre           492,712
    232,846          187,951      VAR                      Perth Town Hall                       179,021
--------------   --------------                                                              --------------
  1,311,009        1,227,007                              Total Public Halls, Civic Centre     1,097,360

                                                 8.03     Other recreation and sport
           -                -     OPE                      Narrows Interchange                       3,024
      84,876           38,953     VAR                      Heirisson Island                      105,964
  2,997,787        2,679,517      VAR                      Parks, Gardens & Reserves           3,261,348
    296,960          290,968      VAR                      Sports & Play Grounds                 270,775
      86,365           71,868     VAR                      Conservatory                            71,034
      79,846           65,920     VAR                      Cycleways                             104,025
    203,839          211,468      CMS                      Community Recreation Programs         269,660
--------------   --------------                                                              --------------
  3,749,673        3,358,695                              Total Other Recreation               4,085,830




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                                                    CITY OF PERTH
                                         STATEMENT OF OPERATING EXPENDITURE


 Budget          Estimate         Unit    SP     Prgm         Description                               Budget          Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                  Ref.    Ref.                                                  2001/02
    $                $                                                                                     $
                                                         OPERATING EXPENDITURE


                                                 8.04     Television and radio re-broadcasting
           -               520    CPS                       CPS Television Blackspot - East Perth                 -
--------------   --------------                                                                        --------------
           -               520                            Total Television and Radio Re-Broadcasting              -

                                                 8.05     Libraries
  1,452,430        1,323,825      VAR                       Perth City Library                           1,518,709
--------------   --------------                                                                        --------------
  1,452,430        1,323,825                              Total Libraries                                1,518,709

                                                 8.06     Heritage
      81,570           86,086     STR                      Heritage Inventory                              140,507
      60,352           17,181     LBS                      History of the City                             132,182
      50,000                -      DS                      Other Heritage                                         -
--------------   --------------                                                                        --------------
    191,922          103,267                              Total Heritage                                   272,689

                                                 8.07     Other culture
    261,243          196,514      CMS                      Community Arts Program                          394,848
      40,000                -     CMS                      City Art Foundation                               40,000
    855,294          964,482      VAR                      Skyworks                                        730,944
      78,983           49,444     VAR                      Parades & Festivals                               45,641
    717,188          661,490      VAR                      Christmas Decorations                           744,791
    136,656            37,409     PPM                      Concert Hall                                    242,747
    100,000          100,000      CMS                      Perth Theatre                                   100,000
    220,000          220,000      CMS                      Donations & Sponsorships                        235,000
    622,476          651,364      VAR                      Other Cultural Activities                       585,651
    657,913          666,711      VAR                      Administration                                  487,583
--------------   --------------                                                                        --------------
  3,689,753        3,547,415                              Total Other Culture                            3,607,206

--------------   --------------                                                                        --------------
10,394,787         9,560,728                             Total Recreation and Culture                  10,581,794
--------------   --------------                                                                        --------------


                                                         TRANSPORT
                                                 9.01     Streets, roads, bridges, depots
    11,893            7,691       VAR                       Access Ways & Colonnades                       15,739
    19,196           15,417       VAR                       Crossovers                                     48,248
   602,892          603,601       VAR                       Drainage - Roadways                           671,068
   894,056          893,157       VAR                       Footpaths                                   1,087,114
    25,000            4,876       CTM                       Land Fill                                      25,000
     6,808            6,779       CTM                       Median Strips                                   8,000
   535,000        1,114,478       OPE                       Recoverable Works                             582,757
    98,116          121,438       VAR                       Overpasses, Underpasses & Escalators          146,525
   906,421          912,738       VAR                       Roads & Kerbs                               1,017,059
   701,840          804,588       VAR                       Road Reserves Maintenance                     978,287
    20,733              -         VAR                       Road Widening Properties                          -
       -             10,813       VAR                       Robert Street Depot                            17,468
 1,336,260        1,286,768       OPE                       Street - Cleaning                           1,394,320
   812,185          804,474       VAR                       Street - Lighting                             933,068
   286,432          193,419       VAR                       Street - Trees                                260,684
   125,131          103,308       VAR                       Street Signs                                  120,224



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                                                    CITY OF PERTH
                                         STATEMENT OF OPERATING EXPENDITURE


 Budget          Estimate         Unit    SP     Prgm        Description                           Budget          Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                  Ref.    Ref.                                             2001/02
    $                $                                                                                $
                                                         OPERATING EXPENDITURE


           -                -     UDU                       Streets & Roads - Other                     55,800
--------------   --------------                                                                   --------------
  6,381,963        6,883,545                              Total Streets, Roads, Bridges, Depots     7,361,361

                                                  9.03    Parking facilities
  5,530,571        4,638,387      VAR                      Multi-Storey Carpark Operations          5,558,987
    169,794          115,993      VAR                      Multi-Storey Carpark Maintenance             13,747
           -                -     CLS                      Multi-Storey Inspectorial                  142,997
  3,742,822        3,617,815      VAR                      Ground Level Carpark Operations          3,004,208
    273,571          131,499      VAR                      Ground Level Carparks Maintenance            37,821
           -                -     CLS                      Ground Level Inspectorial                  641,662
  1,387,691        1,397,842      VAR                      Kerbside Parking                         1,980,900
           -                -     CLS                      Parking Fines & Costs                             -
  3,584,881        3,536,842      VAR                      Parking Inspectorial Control             3,833,993
           -                -     VAR                      Other Parking Services                              0
      23,138           23,864     FIN                      Parking Property                              (4,743)
           -                -     PPM                      Allocated to Car Parks                            -
--------------   --------------                                                                   --------------
14,712,468       13,462,242                               Total Parking Facilities                15,209,573

                                                  9.04    Traffic control
    151,310          158,440      VAR                      Traffic Studies                            150,460
      11,117           11,122     VAR                      Traffic Surveys                                8,836
--------------   --------------                                                                   --------------
    162,427          169,562                              Total Traffic Control                       159,296

                                                  9.06    Water transport facilities
        1,164            1,164    CTM                      Jetties                                        1,163
           -                -     STR                      Unclassified                                      -
--------------   --------------                                                                   --------------
        1,164            1,164                            Total Water Transport Facilities                1,163

                                                  9.07    Other Transport
    138,249          372,892      VAR                      Administration                             126,027
--------------   --------------                                                                   --------------
    138,249          372,892                              Total Other Transport                       126,027

--------------   --------------                                                                   --------------
21,396,271       20,889,405                              Total Transport                          22,857,421
--------------   --------------                                                                   --------------


                                                         ECONOMIC SERVICES
                                                 10.02    Tourism and area promotion
    720,040          765,253      VAR                      City Vibrancy                              717,693
  1,567,666        1,798,840      VAR                      Retail Marketing                         1,788,786
    131,826          104,712      VAR                      Banners                                    113,923
    181,500          182,010      MKT                      Perth Convention Bureau                    199,650
           -                -     MKT                      Other Promotional                          230,640
           -                -     STR                      Economic Research                            50,777
--------------   --------------                                                                   --------------
  2,601,032        2,850,815                              Total Tourism Promotion                   3,101,469




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                                                     CITY OF PERTH
                                          STATEMENT OF OPERATING EXPENDITURE


 Budget          Estimate          Unit    SP     Prgm        Description                   Budget           Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                   Ref.    Ref.                                     2001/02
    $                $                                                                         $
                                                          OPERATING EXPENDITURE


                                                  10.06    Other economic services
    360,000          140,919       VAR                      Undergrounding of Power            473,537
    116,250          122,686       STR                      Economic Development Program       122,067
    842,139          796,418       VAR                      Administration                     893,496
--------------   --------------                                                            --------------
  1,318,389        1,060,023                               Total Other Economic Services     1,489,099

--------------   --------------                                                            --------------
  3,919,421        3,910,839                              Total Economic Services            4,590,568
--------------   --------------                                                            --------------


                                                          OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES
                                                  11.02    Administration
    937,059          889,119 CEO                            Administration                   1,139,983
   (937,059)        (889,121) CEO                           Allocated to Programs           (1,096,329)
--------------   --------------                                                            --------------
           -                 (2)                                                                 43,654

    316,189          367,860 DCS                             Administration                    470,088
   (316,189)        (367,862) DCS                            Allocated to Programs            (464,585)
--------------   --------------                                                            --------------
           -                 (2)                                                                   5,503

  1,223,006        1,206,785       CPS                       Administration                  1,459,574
 (1,223,006)      (1,190,664)      CPS                       Allocated to Programs          (1,459,584)
--------------   --------------                                                            --------------
           -           16,121                                                                         (10)

  2,050,424        1,906,143       FIN                       Administration                  2,239,738
 (2,050,424)      (1,906,139)      FIN                       Allocated to Programs          (2,338,405)
--------------   --------------                                                            --------------
           -                  4                                                                 (98,667)

    715,720          643,862       HR                        Administration                    809,125
   (715,720)        (643,863)      HR                        Allocated to Programs            (809,125)
--------------   --------------                                                            --------------
           -                 (1)                                                                        0

  1,869,048        1,742,505        IS                       Administration                  2,309,896
 (1,869,048)      (1,742,505)       IS                       Allocated to Programs          (2,309,896)
--------------   --------------                                                            --------------
           -                -                                                                           0

    403,008          356,880 DSU                             Administration                    437,039
   (403,008)        (356,880) DSU                            Allocated to Programs            (437,039)
--------------   --------------                                                            --------------
           -                -                                                                           0

    924,435          877,764       APS                       Administration                    941,954
   (924,435)        (877,764)      APS                       Allocated to Programs            (941,954)
--------------   --------------                                                            --------------
           -                -                                                                          (0)




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                                                    CITY OF PERTH
                                         STATEMENT OF OPERATING EXPENDITURE


 Budget          Estimate         Unit    SP     Prgm        Description                      Budget           Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                  Ref.    Ref.                                        2001/02
    $                $                                                                           $
                                                         OPERATING EXPENDITURE


    362,162          336,553      CLS                       Administration                       448,980
   (362,162)        (336,553)     CLS                       Allocated to Programs               (448,981)
--------------   --------------                                                              --------------
           -                -                                                                            (1)

    716,581          806,833 PPM                            Administration                     1,337,021
   (716,581)        (806,833) PPM                           Allocated to Programs             (1,338,240)
--------------   --------------                                                              --------------
           -                -                                                                       (1,219)



    516,735          465,264      DS                        Administration                       547,314
   (516,735)        (465,263)     DS                        Allocated to Programs               (547,314)
--------------   --------------                                                              --------------
           -                  1                                                                           0

    882,872          789,278 CTM                            Administration                     1,167,621
   (882,872)        (789,278) CTM                           Allocated to Programs             (1,167,621)
--------------   --------------                                                              --------------
           -                -                                                                            (0)


  1,379,807        1,321,251      STR                       Administration                     1,446,534
 (1,379,807)      (1,321,240)     STR                       Allocated to Programs             (1,446,516)
--------------   --------------                                                              --------------
           -                 11                                                                          18

      44,592           41,492     VAR                       Administration                           8,539
--------------   --------------                                                              --------------
      44,592           57,624                             Total Administration                    (42,184)

                                                 11.03    Technical Services
           -                -     VAR                      Technical Services Allocation          (17,377)
--------------   --------------                                                              --------------
           -                -                             Total Technical Services                (17,377)

                                                 11.05    Plant operations
           -                -   VAR                         Plant Operations                       11,848
  2,119,200        1,734,306 CTM                            Plant Operations                   2,483,430
 (2,119,200)      (1,734,306) CTM                           Plant Operations                  (2,495,218)
--------------   --------------                                                              --------------
           -                -                             Total Plant Operations                         60

                                                 11.06    Unclassified
           -                -     OPE                      Stores & Materials                           -
    306,078          133,075      VAR                      Other Unclassified                      62,441
--------------   --------------                                                              --------------
    306,078          133,075                              Total Unclassified                       62,441

--------------   --------------                                                              --------------
    350,670          190,699                             Total Other Property and Services           2,940
--------------   --------------                                                              --------------




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                                                    CITY OF PERTH
                                         STATEMENT OF OPERATING EXPENDITURE


 Budget          Estimate         Unit    SP     Prgm       Description                     Budget          Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                  Ref.    Ref.                                      2001/02
    $                $                                                                         $
                                                         OPERATING EXPENDITURE


--------------   --------------                                                            --------------
55,670,306       53,087,463                              TOTAL EXPENDITURE                 58,805,947
--------------   --------------                                                            --------------

--------------   --------------                                                            --------------
16,683,376       19,043,559                              NET OPERATING SURPLUS / DEFICIT   17,847,956
--------------   --------------                                                            --------------




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                                                        CITY OF PERTH
                                                STATEMENT OF DISPOSAL OF ASSETS


 Budget          Estimate         Unit   SP      Prgm                        Description                Budget          Ref.
 2000/01         2000/01                 Ref.    Ref.                                                   2001/02
    $                $                                                                                     $
                                                        DISPOSAL OF ASSETS

                                         ALL     DoA    PLANT AND EQUIPMENT
                                                         Plant Replacement Programme
             -                -   CTM                      Governance                                        28,000
             -                -   CTM                      Law, Order, Public Safety                         40,674
             -                -   CTM                      Health                                          133,718
             -                -   CTM                      Education and Welfare                                    -
             -                -   CTM                      Community Amenities                             179,696
      54,000           69,182     CTM                      Recreation and Culture                          109,000
      73,000         130,818      CTM                      Transport                                       358,460
             -         16,364     CTM                      Economic Services                               141,044
             -        16,052      CTM                      Other Property and Services                     235,218
--------------   --------------                                                                       --------------
    127,000          232,416                              Total Sale of Plant Replacement Programme      1,225,810

            -         29,956 CTM                          Sale of Sundry Equipment                                 -

--------------   --------------                                                                       --------------
    127,000          262,372                            Total Sale of Plant and Equipment                1,225,810
    216,195          235,656                            Book Value                                       1,397,773

--------------   --------------                                                                       --------------
    (89,195)          26,716                            Profit/(Loss) on Disposal of Assets               (171,963)

                                                        SALE OF PROPERTY
    825,000          812,515 PPM         E1              No. 1,3,5 West St, 26/28 Thomas St                         -
      77,417          77,417                             Book Value                                                 -
--------------   --------------                                                                       --------------
    747,583          735,098                            Profit/(Loss) on Disposal of Assets                         -

             -       692,652 PPM         E1               990/994 Wellington Street                                 -
             -        75,825                              Book Value                                                -
--------------   --------------                                                                       --------------
             -       616,827                            Profit/(Loss) on Disposal of Assets                         -

             -     1,350,000 PPM         E1               Lake Street                                               -
             -        43,500                              Book Value                                                -
--------------   --------------                                                                       --------------
             -     1,306,500                            Profit/(Loss) on Disposal of Assets                         -

    952,000        3,117,539                            Total Proceeds of Sale                           1,225,810
    293,612          432,398                            Book Value of Assets Disposed of                 1,397,773
--------------   --------------                                                                       --------------
    658,388        2,685,141                            Total Profit (Loss) on Disposal of Assets         (171,963)
--------------   --------------                                                                       --------------

--------------   --------------                         Change in net Assets resulting                --------------
17,341,764       21,728,699                             from operations - Gain/(Reduction)             17,675,993
--------------   --------------                                                                       --------------




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                                                       CITY OF PERTH
                                              STATEMENT OF CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

                                       Prgm
Budget          Estimate        Unit    SP                        Description                          Fund        Budget          Ref
2000/01         2000/01                 Ref                                                           Source       2001/02
   $                $                                                                                                 $
                                              CAPITAL EXPENDITURE


                                              GOVERNANCE
                                       1.01    MEMBERS OF COUNCIL
           -               -    CPS     G1      Elected Member Equipment,                                              12,000
           -               -    CPS     G1      Imaging Project for RKSCouncil House                                   50,000
           -               -    CPS     G1      Central Fax Machine                                                     1,200
           -               -    CPS     G1      Lord Mayor's Portrait                                                   3,000
    10,000           4,825      CPS     G1      Elected Members Audio Equipment,                                        7,000
           -        17,310      CPS     G1      Elected Members Honour Board                                                  -
           -               -    CTM     G1      Plant Replacement Programme                           Res&SoA          46,000
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    10,000          22,135                    Total Governance                                                       119,200
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                                      LAW, ORDER, PUBLIC SAFETY
                                 3.03  OTHER LAW, ORDER, PUBLIC SAFETY
  120,000           71,367 CLS EN3.1     Upgrade CCTV System                                                         145,000
    56,000          29,906 CLS EN3.1     Digital Conversion CCTV                                                       31,000
           -               - CTM EN3     Plant Replacement Programme                                  Res&SoA        110,144
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  176,000         101,273             Total Law, Order, Public Safety                                                286,144
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                                              HEALTH
                                       4.02    PREVENTATIVE SERVICES
           -               - CLS       EN2      GEAC Inspection Entry System,                                           7,000
           -               - CTM       EN3      Plant Replacement Programme                           Res&SoA        147,908
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           -               -                  Total Health                                                           154,908
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                                              EDUCATION AND WELFARE
                                       5.04    AGED AND DISABLED
           -               -    PPM    S3.1     Replace Air Conditioning Unit, Citicplace Community Centre           150,000
           -               -    PPM    S3.1     Replace Carpets, Citiplace Community Centre                            15,000
     8,000           6,985      PPM     S3      Creation of Podiatrist's Room, Rod Evans Senior Citizen's Centre              -
           -               -    CMS     S1      Printer                                                                 2,100
     5,100           4,700      CMS     S2      Autoclave, Citiplace Community Centre                                         -
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    13,100          11,685                      Total Aged and Disabled                                              167,100

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     13,100          11,685                   Total Education and Welfare                                             167,100
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                                                       CITY OF PERTH
                                              STATEMENT OF CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

                                       Prgm
Budget          Estimate        Unit    SP                        Description                          Fund          Budget          Ref
2000/01         2000/01                 Ref                                                           Source         2001/02
   $                $                                                                                                   $
                                              CAPITAL EXPENDITURE


                                       COMMUNITY AMENITIES
                                        SANITATION - HOUSEHOLD REFUSE
                                       7.01
           -        38,827 OPE           CBD Street Litter Bins Replacements                                                    -
           -               - CTM EN2.4   Plant Replacement Programme                                    SoA            510,000
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           -        38,827              Total Other Community Amenities                                                510,000

                                       7.06     TOWN PLANNING AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
           -               - CTM        U1       Plant Replacement Programme       Res&SoA                               42,344

                                       7.07     OTHER COMMUNITY AMENITIES
    48,000          31,350      DBU    EN2       Improve water supply East Perth                                                 -
    12,000          20,808      PPM    EN2       Construction of Storeroom                                                       -
           -        17,740      UDU              Security Cameras, Forrest Place                                                 -
           -               -    CMS     S3       High Pressure Cleaner, Citiplace Rest Centre                              3,250
           -               -    CMS     S3       Floor Polisher/Scrubber - Non Vacuum, Citiplace Rest Centre               1,400
           -               -     DS     U1       Central Perth Railway Reserve Urban Study             Grants           500,000
           -               -    CTM    EN2       Plant Replacement Programme                          Res&SoA            52,032
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    60,000          69,898                      Total Other Community Amenities                                         556,682

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     60,000        108,725                    Total Community Amenities                                               1,109,026
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                                              RECREATION AND CULTURE
                                       8.01    PUBLIC HALLS, CIVIC CENTRES
2,605,000         871,000       CEO     S4      Perth Town Hall Restoration                         C/Fwd&Res        3,524,637
           -               -    PPM     S3      Replace Floor Coverings, Citiplace Childcare Centre                      33,000
           -               -    PPM     S3      Replace Automatic Dishwasher, Citiplace Childcare Centre                  3,000
           -               -    PPM     S3      Conversion Shower to Toilet, Citiplace Childcare Centre                  10,000
           -               -    PPM    S4.1     External Walls & Weatherproof, Concert Hall                            450,000
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2,605,000         871,000                       Total Public Halls, Civic Centres                                    4,020,637

                                     8.03       OTHER RECREATION AND SPORT
        -               -       ARM EN1          Water Quality Improvement, EPRA Irrigation Lake                         55,000
        -               -       ARM EN1          Narrows Lake Filtration Stage 1, Narrows Interchange                    28,000
        -               -       ARM EN1          Laptop Computer                                                          5,000
        -               -       ARM EN1          Irrigation Stage 1, Harold Boas Gardens                                 35,000
        -               -       ARM EN2          Russell Square Water Feature,                                           12,000
        -               -       ARM EN1          Irrigation, Sutherland Reserve (West Perth)                             25,000
        -               -       ARM EN2          Florence Hummerston Fountain,                                            6,000
        -               -       ARM EN2                                                                                  13,000
                                                 Claisebrook Reticulation Lake (Pump), Cnr. Plain & Brook Street, East Perth
        -               -       ARM EN2          Victoria Gardens, East Perth                                            26,500
    2,500           2,183       DBU EN1          Computer - Technical co-ordinator                                            -
        -               -       PPM S3.1         Replace Roof Sheeting and A/C Units , Perth & Tattersalls Bowling Club 45,000
1,900,447          95,000       UDU EN1.1        Water Treatment and Automatic Irrigation System       C/Fwd          3,837,837
  220,000          22,000       UDU EN2.5        Community Needs Assessment, Wellington Square         C/Fwd            198,000




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                                                       CITY OF PERTH
                                              STATEMENT OF CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

                                       Prgm
Budget          Estimate        Unit    SP                        Description                            Fund          Budget          Ref
2000/01         2000/01                 Ref                                                             Source         2001/02
   $                $                                                                                                     $
                                              CAPITAL EXPENDITURE


           -               -    UDU S3.1         Discovering The City                                   Grants         121,000
           -               -    UDU S3.1         Park Furniture, Play Areas, Cooking Facilities                          40,000
  150,000           76,854      UDU EN2.6        Arden Street, River Foreshore - East Perth             C/Fwd            73,146
    98,000          73,000      UDU EN2.6        Stirling Gardens, Remodelling - Cnr. St Georges Tce & Barrack Street 25,000
                                                                                                        C/Fwd
     3,446           3,446      UDU EN2          Stirling Gardens, Irrigation System                                            -
           -        13,500      UDU EN2          Barrack Square Irrigation                                                      -
  297,000         257,999       CTM EN2          Plant Replacement Programme                             SoA           421,000
           -               -    CTM  S2          Playground Equipment                                                    20,000
    27,000          17,500      CTM EN1          Erosion Control River Foreshore, Heirisson Island Reserve
                                                                                                        C/Fwd            27,000
     1,600             163      CTM EN2          Wellington Square, Automatic Reticulation System-Stage 2                       -
           -        19,976      CTM              Dual Use Paths, Mounts Bay Road Reserve                                        -
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2,699,993         581,621                       Total Other Recreation and Sport                                     5,013,483

                                       8.05     LIBRARIES
                                                 Perth City Library
     9,500           6,245 LBS          S4         Computer / Enquiry Terminal                                                    -
     1,050           1,470 LBS          S4         Bookcase                                                                       -
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    10,550           7,715                      Total Libraries                                                                   -

                                     8.07       OTHER RECREATION and CULTURE
           -               -    OPE   U4         Barrier System and Trailer                                                35,000
  180,000           97,940      PPM   S4         Concert Hall Extension of Lift Service                                           -
  220,000         171,835       UDU EN2.6        Point Fraser Redevelopment, Swan River Foreshore C/Fwd & Grants         662,000
  200,000           45,000      UDU EN2.6        Esplanade/Centenary Gardens, Performance Facility    C/Fwd              155,000
    56,000          28,000      UDU S3.1         Children's Project / City Enhancement Project        C/Fwd                28,000
    20,000           8,050      CMS   S1         City Art Collection                                                              -
  126,839         100,709       CTM   E1         Christmas Decorations                                C/Fwd              127,578
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  802,839         451,534                       Total Other Recreation and Culture                                     1,007,578

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 6,118,382       1,911,870                    Total Recreation and Culture                                             10,041,698
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                                              TRANSPORT
                                       9.01    STREETS, ROADS, BRIDGES, DEPOTS
  310,000         301,210       DBU    EN1      Drainage Construction                                                    675,500
  701,900         818,375       DBU     U4      Footpaths Construction                                                   710,225
        -               -       OPE    EN2      Crane Hoist, Roberts Street Depot                                         18,000
        -               -       OPE    EN2      Mezzanine Floor Hoist, Roberts Street Depot                               16,000
        -               -       OPE     U4      Trafalgar Road Footbridge, East Perth                                     75,000
        -               -       OPE     U4      Reconstruction of The Esplanade - William Street Intersection             86,000
  392,000         509,485       PPM     E1      Construction of New Depot                                                      -
   25,600               -       DBU    SQ1      Depot Computer Equipment                                                       -
1,500,000               -       PPM     U5      Stirling Street                                                                -
   95,000          89,543       PPM     U3      Road widening                                                                  -
   50,600          50,076       PPM     U3      ROW Acquisitions Various                                                       -




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                                                        CITY OF PERTH
                                               STATEMENT OF CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

                                        Prgm
 Budget          Estimate        Unit    SP                        Description                           Fund      Budget          Ref
 2000/01         2000/01                 Ref                                                            Source     2001/02
    $                $                                                                                                $
                                               CAPITAL EXPENDITURE


 1,150,000       1,150,000       UDU EN2.1         Claisebrook North - Streetscape Enhancement                       609,000
   220,000         225,533       UDU EN2.5         Greening of the City,                                             150,000
   550,000           63,000      UDU   E1          Central City Malls                               C/Fwd & Res    2,487,000
   550,000           57,000      UDU EN2.5         Mounts Bay Road, Kings Park Escarpment - Crawley C/Fwd            508,000
            -               -    UDU U3.1          William Street Reconstruction                       Grants      1,851,000
            -      379,203       OPE   U4          Road Construction, William Street                   Grants        192,000
     40,000          14,522      UDU U3.1          Hay Street Streetscape Enhancement                  C/Fwd           25,478
            -               -    UDU EN2.1         Wolfe Lane Redevelopment                            Grants        257,956
   275,000           20,000      UDU U2.1          Queen Street Enhancement Works                      C/Fwd         255,000
   120,000         122,333       UDU EN2           Clive Street upgrade                                                       -
   440,000           14,269      UDU U3            Railway Street Widening                                                    -
            -               -    STR   U4          Traffic Signal Control                                              42,500
            -               -    STR   U4          2000/01 State Blackspot Project                     C/Fwd           46,667
     25,000          23,118      CTM U3            Plant Replacement Programme - Minor Plant Items      SoA            35,000
   754,000         688,690       CTM
                                   U3.1 & U4.1     Plant Replacement Programme                       Res&SoA         220,000
   756,643         708,643       CTM U5            Road Treatment                                  C/Fwd&Grants      747,419
     47,500           9,473      CTM EN2           Street Lighting                                                            -
 -------------   -------------                                                                                     -------------
 8,003,243       5,244,473                       Total Streets, Roads, Bridges, Depots                             9,007,745


                                        9.03     PARKING FACILITIES
                                                  Multi-Storey Car Parks
 8,000,000           16,289      OSP     E1         PCEC (Perth Convention & Entertainment Centre)       Res      16,000,000
   450,000           15,123      OSP     E1         Concert Hall Carpark Development                    C/Fwd        434,877
 5,650,000       4,823,120       OSP     U5         Refurbishment His Majesty's Car Park                C/Fwd        903,451
   564,000         377,791       OSP     U5         Redevelopment of Roe Street Car Park                C/Fwd        186,209
 3,142,000       2,579,274       OSP     U5         Regal Place Car Park Construction                   C/Fwd        562,726
     38,172             242      OSP    SQ4         Security System Enhancement                                               -
      5,000                 -    OSP     E1         UPS System Multi-storey Car Parks - Various                               -
     49,068             152      OSP    SQ4         Surveillance Equip - M/S Car Parks to Police Post                         -
     63,973                 -    OSP     E1         Evacuation Equipment Upgrade                                              -
     15,000                 -    OSP     E1         State Library Carpark Control Room                                        -
     10,000                 -    OSP    EN1         Culture Centre Carpark BMS Air quality System                             -
      5,000           2,559      OSP     E1         Office Equipment for Various Car Parks                                    -
 -------------   -------------                                                                                     -------------
17,992,213       7,814,550                         Total Multi-Storey Car Parks                                   18,087,263

                                                   Kerbside / Ground Level Car Parks
   250,000         250,000       OSP     E1         Ground Level Enhancement                                         170,950
   600,000              512      OSP     E1         Ticket Machine Replacement                           Res       1,028,565
            -               -    OSP     E1         Automatic Pay on Foot Systems                        Res         360,000
     75,000           1,700      OSP     E1         Ticket Machine Audit Software Convertor             C/Fwd          73,300
   150,000           26,875      OSP                Access Contribution - West End                                            -
     20,000           5,315      OSP    E1          Feasibility Study Carpark Elder Street                                    -
     42,000          32,001      UDU    U4          Northbridge Improvements                                                  -
     70,000          39,028      CLS    U3          Kerbside Improvements, Parking sign replacement                           -
 -------------   -------------                                                                                     -------------
 1,207,000         355,431                         Total Kerbside / Ground Level Car Parks                         1,632,815




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                                                          CITY OF PERTH
                                                 STATEMENT OF CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

                                         Prgm
 Budget          Estimate         Unit    SP                         Description                         Fund        Budget              Ref
 2000/01         2000/01                  Ref                                                           Source       2001/02
    $                $                                                                                                  $
                                                 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE


            -                -    OSP   S2           Access Improvements for Disabled                                        40,000
            -                -    OSP   U4           Bicycle Racks                                                           30,000
   400,000               282      OSP SQ4            Communication Link to Carparks                      C/Fwd             180,000
   130,000               685      OSP   U5           Directional Signage - Vacancy                       C/Fwd             129,315
            -                -    PPM E1.4           Re-roofing & Landlord's Works, Wellington Street                      150,000
            -          1,133      CLS                Fax Machine                                                                    -
            -                -    CTM E1&EN2         Plant Replacement Programme                        Res&SoA            275,816
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   530,000             2,100                                                                                               805,131

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19,729,213        8,172,081                        Total Parking Facilites                                          20,525,209

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27,732,456       13,416,554                      Total Transport                                                    29,532,954
 -------------    -------------                                                                                      -------------


                                                 ECONOMIC SERVICES
                                   10.02          TOURISM AND AREA PROMOTION
            -                - CTM  E1             Plant Replacement Programme                          Res&SoA             46,500

                                         10.03     BUILDING CONTROL
     17,500           13,114 APS         EN2        AO Plan Copier                                                                  -
      3,500            2,844 APS         SQ6        Work station furniture                                                          -
            -                - CTM       EN2        Plant Replacement Programme                         Res&SoA            130,564
 -------------    -------------                                                                                          -------------
     21,000           15,958                       Total Building Control                                                  130,564

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      21,000           15,958                    Total Economic Services                                                    177,064
 -------------    -------------                                                                                          -------------


                                                 OTHER PROPERTY AND SERVICES
                                         11.06    UNCLASSIFIED
         -                -        IS     All      Application Servers Disaster Recovery Setup                              75,000
         -                -        IS     E1       Firewall Switch and Intranet Server                                      78,000
   200,000          200,000        IS     All      PC Upgrades                                                             200,000
         -                -        IS     All      Oracle Database and General Disk Space for Core Application Systems     100,000
         -                -        IS     All      Intranet Application                                                     90,000
         -                -        IS     All      Audio Conferencing System                                                 2,200
         -                -        IS     All      Data Projector                                                           10,000
         -                -        IS     All      Digital Video Product System                                              5,000
         -                -        IS     All      Corporate Printer Upgrades                                               30,000
         -                -        IS     All      Network Infrastructure Upgrades                                         150,000
         -                -        IS     E1       Internet Upgrade and Payment                                            100,000
         -                -        IS     All      Furniture                                                                 8,000
   200,000           54,559        IS     E1       Asset Management Additional Modules                  C/Fwd              200,641
   150,000           63,728        IS     All      Data Warehousing                                     C/Fwd               86,272




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                                                       CITY OF PERTH
                                              STATEMENT OF CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

                                       Prgm
Budget          Estimate        Unit    SP                           Description             Fund    Budget          Ref
2000/01         2000/01                 Ref                                                 Source   2001/02
   $                $                                                                                   $
                                              CAPITAL EXPENDITURE


    95,000           6,067       IS     E1        Internet Infrastructure Upgrade           C/Fwd        88,933
  226,000         232,692        IS    ALL        Document Management Project                                   -
  100,000           54,655       IS    ALL        Land Information System                                       -
    80,000          31,502       IS    ALL        Communication Switch Upgrade                                  -
    20,000          16,455       IS    ALL        Aerial Photogrametry (Map Info)                               -
    60,000          60,000       IS    ALL        Corporate Raid disk sub-system upgrade                        -
    56,000          19,221       IS    ALL        Printers Upgrade                                              -
           -               -    PPM    E1.4       Upgrade of Aherns Garage                   Res       160,000
           -         2,725      APS               Laptop, Customer Service                                      -
           -               -    LBS     S4        PC & Printer - Internet Research Public                 2,700
           -               -    LBS     S4        PC & Printer - Public Use                               2,700
           -               -    LBS     S4        Shelving - Junior Library                               3,000
           -               -    STR    0.00       Wall Units / Shelves                                    7,500
           -        16,052      CTM    EN2        Plant Replacement Programme                          305,408
           -               -    CTM    SQ1        Office Equipment                                        2,400
-------------   -------------                                                                        -------------
1,187,000         757,656                       Total Unclassified                                   1,707,754

    20,000           2,675      PPM     E1        Mech Services - Council House                                 -

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 1,207,000         760,331                    Total Other Property and Services                       1,707,754
-------------   -------------                                                                        -------------

-------------   -------------                                                                        -------------
35,337,938      16,348,531                    CAPITAL EXPENDITURE                                    43,295,848
-------------   -------------                                                                        -------------


                                       2.02 GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING
1,680,764       1,680,764       FIN          Debt Servicing Principal Repayments                     1,688,892

-------------   -------------                                                                        -------------
37,018,702      18,029,295                    TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURE                              44,984,740
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                                              INCOME




                                       GOVERNANCE
MEMBERS OF COUNCIL
§ The revenue for Governance comes from the sale of electoral roll information.




                                   GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING
RATES

§ Differential General Rates levied are based on the predominant use for which the rateable land is held
  or used.




§ Rates Instalment Interest and Interest on Deferred Rates are based on estimated claims.




OTHER GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING
§ Local Government Grant assistance is allocated by the Grants Commission.




§   The interest earnings arise from the higher level of funds invested ahead of planned capital
    expenditure.
                                               INCOME




                               LAW, ORDER and PUBLIC SAFETY
ANIMAL CONTROL
§ Licence fees received from dog registrations - 1 and 3 year licence options, sterilised and unsterilised
  categories.
§ Revenue raised also covers Council costs associated with dog pound fees and fines arising from
  offences committed under the Dog Act.

OTHER LAW, ORDER and PUBLIC SAFETY
§ Sale of CCTV tapes for Lawful purposes (not to general public) and contribution of $25,000 from
  Town of Claremont CCTV monitoring program.




                                               HEALTH
PREVENTIVE SERVICES

§   Restaurant and food licences, including extended trading permits, comprise the bulk of licence fees.
    A new alfresco license fee replaced the Outdoor Eating Areas licenses in 2000/01.
§   Licence fees for sundry operations which are subject to health requirements eg. itinerant food
    vendors.
§   Fines for offences committed under the Health Act, the Local Government Act and for offences not
    specified under the Health or Local Government Acts.

§ Healthy Choice dining award income is from sale of Foodsafe packages.




                                    EDUCATION AND WELFARE
CARE OF FAMILIES & CHILDREN
§ Operating revenue is from Citiplace Child Care Centre.
§ Commonwealth Operational Subsidy is reflected in admission fees to provide a form of parent relief.
  (Only applies to occasional/part time enrolments.)
                                              INCOME




                                 COMMUNITY AMENITIES
SANITATION - HOUSEHOLD REFUSE
§ A user pay system operates on a differential rates basis for standard, bulk and recycling waste
  management. Fees are charged to meet the full cost of providing for safe handling and disposal of
  wastes and recycling services.



SANITATION - OTHER
§ Revenue raised from fines for offences committed under the Litter Act.
§ The City’s portion of Refuse Fees from Mindarie Regional Council lease management operations.
§ Fees charged on Drainage design applications.




PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT
§ Revenue received from the sale of unclaimed abandoned vehicles.
§ Fines for offences committed under the Environmental Act, ie primarily for breaches of noise
  abatement orders.


TOWN PLANNING AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
§ Sale of various maps and publications pertaining to development proposals.
§ Fees are charged for proposed developments on a sliding scale proportional to the value of the
  development. The minimum fee is $100, maximum $25,000.
§ Residential development receives a 50% discount. There is a rebate of 50% of the fee charged upon
  completion of a significant portion of the development. Applications must be made to the Approval
  Service Unit to be considered for the rebate.
§ Sale of publications relating to various development proposals.

OTHER COMMUNITY AMENITIES
§ Lease fees received from various retail outlets occupying City Station overpass.
§ Rental received from the leasing out of the Citiplace Loading dock.
§ Citiplace Rest Centre revenue is from ablution admission fees, locker and stroller hire.
§ Temporary rest centre facilities located in the vicinity of the Town Hall.
§ Fees received from Forrest Place Alfresco dining licences.
§ Air space licences provide a contribution to the maintenance of upper level walkways.
§ Licence fees received from stall/barrow vendors in Murray Street Mall.
§ Other Community Amenities includes Advertising Pillars licence fees
                                             INCOME




                                  RECREATION AND CULTURE
PUBLIC HALLS AND CIVIC CENTRES
§ Council House provides for lease income from tenants.
§ Citiplace Community Centre provides for hall and room rentals, podiatry services, sales of food and
  miscellaneous income.
§ Perth Town Hall will be closed for renovations.



OTHER RECREATION AND SPORT
§ Contract income from Main Roads Department for landscape maintenance of Narrows Interchange
  and Heirisson Island.
§ Income from the hire of 26 parks and gardens for events, weddings and ceremonies
§ Income from hire of sportsgrounds for sporting activities and other various functions such as
  special events. Lease fees are also payable by the lessee sporting clubs.
§ State Government Grant for On Road Bicycle Lanes and income from Bicycle Hire License.
§ Community Recreation Programs: Youth Advisory Council and Youth Program Development receive
  government subsidies/sponsorship.


LIBRARIES
§ Revenue raised from Library operations. eg. Computer use, Photocopying charges, replacement
   membership cards, sale of Library bags.


OTHER CULTURE
§ Community Arts Program supports major programs such as St Georges Terrace Windows,
  Community Theatre projects and City of Perth Craft Awards.
§ Revenue raised from grants, fees and other contributions, associated with the various Community
  Arts programs conducted, including the Skyworks Show.




                                           TRANSPORT
STREETS ROADS, BRIDGES, DEPOTS
§ Rents are received from various access ways, colonades and crossovers, including the subterranean
  Central City car park
§ An estimate of revenue from the new Footpaths Obstruction fee.
§ Income from recoverable works undertaken for statutory authorities, government departments and
  private reinstatement works according to demand.
                                               INCOME


                                         TRANSPORT (Cont’d)




PARKING FACILITIES
§ Income shown is based on the multi-storey and ground level facilities. Fees have been determined
  on the predominant use of individual car parks being either shopper (short stay) or commuter (long
  stay).
§ On-street parking pricing has been structured so as to encourage motorists to use the off-street car
  parks for longer stays so generating short-stay, high turnover in the city streets and easy access to
  trader and commercial business.
§ Parking revenue has been compiled on the basis of the anticipated redistribution of patronage from
  Mill Street car park with construction of the Perth Convention Centre project commencing after
  October.
§ A full year’s revenue is included for several new and refurbished car parks and additional parking
  bays in the EPRA precinct.
§ New fees are calculated on the basis of higher Department of Transport licence costs and CPI.
§ Rental of retail outlets in various car parks including the new and refurbished multi-storey car parks.




                                    ECONOMIC SERVICES
TOURISM AND AREA PROMOTION
§ Income anticipated from sponsors and contributions to City Promotions, Parades and Festivals.

§   Banner hire is expected to continue at previous levels




BUILDING CONTROL

§   Fees charged for Building, Hoarding, Sign, Demolition, Strata licenses. Bulk of revenue is derived
    from Building Permits, the fees being 0.35% of the estimated cost for residential and 0.2% for
    commercial constructions.
§   Revenue from sale of documents and publications.
                                            INCOME




                               OTHER PROPERTY AND SERVICES




UNCLASSIFIED
§ Government subsidies are received towards the cost of employing administrative trainees.
§ The City’s portion of surplus return for City use of land fill site plus % return on casual usage.
§ Miscellaneous revenues such as settlement enquiry fees and issuing of advice of property
  ownership transfers.
                              GRANTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS




                                     COMMUNITY AMENITIES
OTHER COMMUNITY AMENITIES

§   Central Perth Railway Reserve Urban Study is being jointly funded with Department for Planning and
    Infrastructure and WAGR.




                                    RECREATION and CULTURE
§   Government Grant for the Point Fraser Redevelopment.
§   Grant from the WATC towards the ‘Discovering the City’ project.




                                        TRANSPORT
STREETS, ROADS, BRIDGES, DEPOT
§ Federal Government Roads to Recovery Grant will be used for the Wolfe Lane development project.


§ State Government provides grants for upgrading and maintaining city roads.
                                         EXPENDITURE




                                           GOVERNANCE
The Governance function accumulates the costs of Elected Member Expenses.
MEMBERS OF COUNCIL
Support costs for the following functions:
§ Lord Mayor
§ Councillors
§ Meetings
§ Dining Room
§ Electoral


GOVERNANCE - GENERAL
§ Cost of supporting the operation of the Council’s governing function, including Civic Duties, and of
  other costs that relate to the tasks of assisting Elected Members and ratepayers on matters which do
  not concern specific Council services.




                               GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING
OTHER GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING
§ Administration and maintaining of rate records, rating valuations, servicing of notices, and funds
  management.
                                         EXPENDITURE




SUPPORT SERVICES ARE ALLOCATED VIA ACTIVITY BASED COSTING TO EACH OF THE
FOLLOWING PROGRAMS.


                                 LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY
FIRE PREVENTION

•   Costs associated with enforcement of the City’s fire prevention regulations by Compliance Services
    (Security Officers).
•   Annual levy to the WA Fire Brigade Board to service properties within the City.

ANIMAL CONTROL
• Costs associated with enforcement of the Dog Act by Compliance Services (Security Officers).



OTHER LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY
§ Costs for the Security Services section which is responsible for enforcement of the various Council
  Local Laws.
§ Nine permanent full time Security Officers are employed rostered over a seven day week.
§ Costs of administering and monitoring the closed circuit camera system. Nine permanent staff are
  employed and provide a 24 hour/seven day week security surveillance service.
§ All Security Officers are required under Security Officers Licensing Act to be licensed Security
  Officers.
§ Cost of continuing the contract with Noongar Community Intervention Service.




                                             HEALTH
PREVENTIVE SERVICES
§ Costs of conducting free immunisation clinics.
§ Costs incurred in monitoring food handling controls, testing and analysing food stuffs.
§ Costs of administering the Compliance Services Unit and providing for the inspection of
  premises/property and related programs to ensure provisions of the various Health/Environmental
  regulations are complied with throughout the city.
§ 2001/02 Budget provides for six Environmental Officers and one trainee.




OTHER HEALTH
§ Healthy Choices program is designed to promote safe food handling involving the participation of
  interested City restaurants and other food outlets.
§ Costs associated with health administration matters by the Approval and Compliance Services units
  which are responsible for the issue of enforcement, health and other approvals and licences issued
  by the City.
                                          EXPENDITURE




                                   EDUCATION AND WELFARE
CARE OF FAMILIES AND CHILDREN
§ Citiplace Child Care Centre is operated to meet the demand for childcare in the City.
                              EDUCATION AND WELFARE (Cont’d)




CARE OF FAMILIES AND CHILDREN (Cont’d)

§   An allocation of funds for anticipated donations to welfare organisations involving families and
    children.


AGED AND DISABLED
§ Costs incurred by Council in providing ground and building maintenance to the Rod Evans Senior
  Citizens Centre.
§ Annual donation to assist in the management of the Rod Evans Senior Citizens Centre.
§ An allocation of funds for anticipated donations to welfare organisations involving the aged and
  disabled.


OTHER WELFARE
§ An allocation of funds for anticipated donations to other welfare organisations.
§ Costs associated with the management of the City welfare operations.




                                     COMMUNITY AMENITIES
SANITATION - HOUSEHOLD REFUSE
§ Services are designed to meet increasing demand and provide for safe handling and disposal of
  waste with a Fee-for-Service pricing structure.
§ Contribution to Tamala Park landfill site operating costs.
§ Cost of the City’s Waste Management Services and Recycling Program.
                                         EXPENDITURE


SANITATION - OTHER
§ The unsightly open “yellow” street litter bins are being replaced and maintained with resultant
  improved appearance and sanitation benefits.
§ Council contribution to WA Graffiti Control Taskforce.
§ Costs of the City’s strategy for controlling graffiti.
§ Costs associated with enforcement of the Litter Act by Compliance Services (Security Officers).


PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT
§ Removal of abandoned vehicles from the city streets and arranging storage pending sale or
  collection by owner.
§ Costs of enforcement relating to environmental issues, principally noise problems.
§ Planning and studies for Environmental protection projects.
TOWN PLANNING AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
§ Costs associated with enforcement of Planning regulations by Compliance Services (Security
  Officers).
§ Costs associated with the planning and preparation of town planning and regional development
  schemes.
                                COMMUNITY AMENITIES (Cont’d)




OTHER COMMUNITY AMENITIES
§ Costs required to maintain standards and condition of:
  § Walkways
  § City Station Concourse
  § Central City Malls
§ Costs associated with Planning matters in the operations of the Approval Services unit, which is
  responsible for the issue of building, planning, health approvals and other licences issued by the
  Council.
§ Costs associated with the management of the Urban Development Unit, which is responsible for
  Urban Design and feasibility studies.
§ Costs associated with the Development of Perth Plan by the Planning Directorate.
§ Costs required to maintain standards and condition of:
  § Loading Dock
  § Public Conveniences
  § City Station Concourse
  § Rest Centres
  § Bus Shelters maintained by the Council
  § Memorials and Road Reserves




                                      RECREATION AND CULTURE
PUBLIC HALLS, CIVIC CENTRES
§ Council House management and maintenance costs, including tenants leased space.
§ Citiplace Community Centre provides a wide range of activities including podiatry, hire and function
  facilities. It mainly caters for senior citizens and disability pensioners.
§ Costs incurred in maintaining the Town Hall including possible maintenance, power and water
  during restoration.
                                         EXPENDITURE




OTHER RECREATION AND SPORT
§ Heirisson Island wildlife park provision allows for the completing of the landscape master plan,
  operating costs and wildlife officer.
§ Estimated costs of maintaining all reserves within the City including cleaning and security of:
        § major parks and gardens.
        § minor reserves and open space.
        § sports grounds.
        § Esplanade conservatory.
§ There are also costs included for planned improvements to several reserves. Parks maintenance is
  targeted to promote enjoyment of parks by residents and visitors to all city open space and
  parklands.
• Preventative maintenance programs for the 145+ separate irrigation schemes, including bores, filters
  and controllers have been increased.
• The irrigation lake at East Perth has UV filters which require increased service frequencies together
  with the newly installed stormwater filter unit.
• Victoria Gardens is a popular passive recreation area in East Perth, improvements are programmed for
  2001/2002.
§ Costs associated with the provision of a Community recreation service and hire facilities.
§ Cost of maintaining cycleways within the City.

                              RECREATION AND CULTURE (Cont’d)




LIBRARIES
§ A free library service, including a language learning centre and internet access servicing almost
   27,000 members.




OTHER CULTURE
§ Costs associated with the provision of a Community Arts service. Provides for the salary of one
  Community Arts Officer plus the costs of various programs conducted.
§ Annual donation to the WA Symphony Orchestra, WA Ballet Company, WA Opera Company and
  the Perth International Arts Festival.
§ Skyworks is now the largest event in WA attracting over 400,000 spectators.
§ An allocation for the costs of coordinating various parades and festivals conducted in the City.
§ Christmas decorations are estimated to attract 20% of Christmas shoppers to the City.
§ Provision for depreciation of the Perth Concert Hall.
§ Annual donation to the Perth Theatre Trust subsidising costs associated with the management of
  the Perth Concert Hall.
§ Sundry donations to various organisations conducting cultural programs within the municipality
  during the year. (See Donations Supporting Schedule)
§ Assistance provided by the City for the conduct of various events of community significance
  including costs of road closures, provision of barricades, parking controls for events such as
  ANZAC Day Parade and City to Surf Fun Run.
                                          EXPENDITURE




                                             TRANSPORT
STREETS, ROADS, BRIDGES, DEPOT

§   The underground stormwater drainage system is inspected using CCTV on an ongoing rolling
    program. Repairs are undertaken as required.
§   Recent upheaval of the central area footpaths by cable installation contractors requires areas of
    slabs to be lifted and re-laid.
§   Several areas in East Perth where footpaths are affected by tree roots are to be repaired.
§   Maintenance contracts on overpasses, underpasses and escalators including Concert Hall
    underpass.
§   Regulatory traffic signs and poles are being rehabilitated on a rolling three year program.
§   Estimated costs to maintain road reserve services and right-of-ways.
§   Street Cleaning - the level of service has been increased particularly in the Malls, West Perth and
    East Perth to further improve the cleanliness and attractiveness of the city.
§   Street lighting tariffs paid to Western Power.
§   Estimated cost of recoverable works which will be received as income. This work is undertaken for
    other authorities and contractors by the Council workforce and has a matching income.
§   Pruning, watering and maintenance of street trees. The City has over 6,000 street trees which require
    regular maintenance.
§   Road reserve direct costs. Priority has been given to converting previously concrete and brick
    surfaces to grass, trees and plants in order to further enhance the presentation and environmental
    benefits to city users and visitors.
§   Estimated costs of the City’s Roberts Street Depot operations where the majority of the services and
    projects workforce are stationed. Plant and equipment servicing and storage occurs on this site.
                                           TRANSPORT (Cont’d)




PARKING FACILITIES
§ City car parks are in open competition with other parking providers. To commercially operate and
  provide cost competitive service the City provides 41 quality car parks in convenient locations for
  workers, visitors and shoppers.
§ Parking bay licences are paid to Transport and increased in this year’s budget from $70 to $120 per
  bay. These fees amount to $2 million annually and contribute to the operation of the Central Area
  Transit System (CATS) which provides free public transport in and around the City.
§ Costs associated with the general operation and staffing of the multi-storey car parks.
§ Car park maintenance relates to cleaning, garden bed maintenance, oil removal and general repair.
§ Several of the ground level car parks, eg. Entertainment Centre and Lake Street (temporary) are on
  land owned by the State Government and a lease fee is payable. Over recent years lease fees have
  significantly increased and amount to $979,000 in 2001/2002.
§ Maintenance of grass verges, trees and pavements, stormwater system, signage and bay marking
  associated with the operation of ground level car parks and their appearance.
§ A coin collection contract is in place for car park and on-street meters and ticket machines.
§ Line marking, signage and general car bay maintenance.
§ Technicians service the coin and ticket machines within the car parks attending to faults, ticket blank
  replacements, etc.
§ Costs associated with the Inspectorial Operations.
                                          EXPENDITURE


TRAFFIC CONTROL
§ Costs of Administration, studies and planning of servicing and modelling traffic flow within the City.




                                      ECONOMIC SERVICES
TOURISM AND AREA PROMOTION
§ City Vibrancy includes street entertainment and free public events such as Ballet under the Stars and
  Christmas Nativity.
§ Marketing promotions are targeted to encourage visitation and sustained growth to the City.
§ Grant to the Perth Convention Bureau.
§ Retail Marketing includes City Advertising, Northbridge Branding and Christmas and New Year’s
  Eve activities.
§ A City Ambassador Service is to be established as a high profile information service to tourists.
                                 ECONOMIC SERVICES (Cont’d)




OTHER ECONOMIC SERVICES
§ Cost of underground power program.
§ Costs within the Strategy Unit of researching and preparing action plans within the Economic
  Development Plan framework.
§ Costs associated with building issues in the operations of the Approval Services unit, which is
  responsible for the issue of building, planning, health approvals and other licences issued by the
  City.
                                         EXPENDITURE




                                  OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES
ADMINISTRATION
Each Unit allocates its Administration costs to programs using activity based costing. Each area shows
a cost for Administration including Salaries and Wages and 100% allocation to programs.
The cost of:

§ Chief Executive Officer’s Unit




§ Directorate Corporate Services




§ Corporate Support Unit (Council Support Service)
     - Records Management (Freedom of Information/Archives)
     - Printing costs
     - Archives project


§ Financial Services




§ Human Resource Unit (Recruitment/Training/Staff Records)




§ Information Services




§ Director Service Units




§   Approvals
                                         EXPENDITURE




                            OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES (Cont’d)

ADMINISTRATION (Cont’d)


§   Compliance Services




§ Property Management Services




§ Director Strategy




§ Contract Management




§ Strategy Unit




TECHNICAL SERVICES
§ Allocation of various public works overhead costs to activities within programs:
  § Construction
  § Street Cleaning
  § Mechanical Workshop
  § Carpentry and Painters
  § Plumbers
  § Apprentices
  § Parking Maintenance

PLANT OPERATION
§ Estimated cost of operating the City’s plant for the year under review allocated to major cost areas
  recovered from programs.
§ Items of Minor Plant are included as ‘Plant Operations’ and charged to appropriate works and
  services.
EXPENDITURE
                                  DISPOSAL OF ASSETS




                                PLANT AND EQUIPMENT
§ The Plant Replacement Program covers the ongoing renewal of items of Operating Plant. (Refer to
  Plant Replacement Supporting Schedule)
                                     CAPITAL EXPENDITURE




                                         GOVERNANCE
MEMBERS OF COUNCIL
§ Cost of items purchased for Elected Members and Elected Members’ area.
§ Phase 4 of the Record Keeping System Strategy will involve the addition of digital signature imaging
  software and hardware.




                          LAW, ORDER, PUBLIC SAFETY
OTHER LAW, ORDER, PUBLIC SAFETY

§   Expansion and upgrade of the camera security system in the main shopping and entertainment areas
    as part of the City’s safety strategy.
§   The conversion to digital operation and image storage will take place over six years.




                                     EDUCATION AND WELFARE
AGED AND DISABLED

§   Part of the program to upgrade all airconditioning units on the City Station course to more reliable air
    cooled units.
§   Replacement of the original carpets in the Citiplace Community Centre.
                               CAPITAL EXPENDITURE




                                 COMMUNITY AMENITIES




OTHER COMMUNITY AMENITIES




§   The preparation jointly with Department for Planning and Infrastructure and WAGR of a
    redevelopment framework with design options for the Central Perth Railway Reserve.
                                    CAPITAL EXPENDITURE




                           RECREATION AND CULTURE
PUBLIC HALLS AND CIVIC CENTRES

§   Perth Town Hall restoration will ensure the buildings structural integrity, heritage value and
    contemporary functionality.
§   The external facades of the Perth Concert Hall will be treated for spalling concrete and waterproof
    sealing applied to prevent recurrence of the damage.




OTHER RECREATION AND SPORT
§ Over $100,000 will be spent on other irrigation improvements including East Perth, Narrows Bridge
  irrigation lakes and Sutherland Street Reserve.




§   An allocation of $3.8m for the water treatment and irrigation system for the Foreshore for more
    efficient water usage; improved quality and reduced operating costs.


                               RECREATION AND CULTURE (Cont’d)

OTHER RECREATION AND SPORT (Cont’d)


§   “Discovering the City” will provide signage and information to assist visitors to find places of
    interest in the city and is part funded by a WATC Grant.



§   Heirisson Island - erosion control.
§   Wellington Square project implementation to upgrade lighting, paths, seats and children’s play area.




LIBRARIES
§ Library computer purchases in 2000/01.
                                      CAPITAL EXPENDITURE




OTHER RECREATION and CULTURE

§   The first stage of a four stage development for Point Fraser will include a café and outdoor dining,
    toilet and store facilities, marina wall, landscaping and installation of utility services connections.
§   Esplanade/Centenary Gardens Performance Facility development of a concept plan.
§   City enhancement projects including completion of the Children’s “Gumnut Babies” project.

§   Christmas Decorations development for Christmas 2001.




                                           TRANSPORT
STREETS, ROADS, BRIDGES, DEPOTS
§ Drainage Construction - refer to supporting schedule
§ Footpath Construction - refer to supporting schedule

§   Installation of tactile paving in priority locations in the CBD as part of the Disability Strategy.
§   Repairs to the Trafalgar Road footbridge to minimise noise.

                                          TRANSPORT (Cont’d)

STREETS, ROADS, BRIDGES, DEPOTS (Cont’d)



§   Claisebrook North - the final year’s commitment out of a three year joint program with EPRA to
    improve the living environment for the precinct.
§   Continuation of the Greening the City project.
§   The enhancement of the City Central Malls is essential to their continuing economic vitality as the
    core retail area of the City.
§   Mounts Bay Road enhancements including shoreline stabilisation and irrigation, planting native
    ground cover and trees, seating and drinking fountains at key points.
§   William Street upgrade from Wellington Street to the Esplanade.
§   A proposal to convert Wolfe Lane to a retail precinct utilising Federal Government ‘Roads to
    Recovery’ funding.
§   Completion of the upgrade to Queen Street.




§   Road Treatment - see supporting schedule.
                                   CAPITAL EXPENDITURE




PARKING FACILITIES
Multi-Storey Car Parks
§ Construction of the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on Mounts Bay Road is due to
  commence in November. There is provision for $16m from Reserve Funds for the reestablishment of
  approximately 1500 bays on the site when the Convention Centre is built.
§ Concert Hall car park redevelopment and installation of lifts.
§ Completion of His Majesty’s No 5 Car park refurbishment and improvement to control systems and
  traffic flow.
§ Other car park construction including the new facade on Roe Street and completion of Regal Place
  car parks.


§   Capital works program including continuation of major car park redevelopments.




Kerbside/Ground Level Car Parks
§ Enhancement of various ground level car parks to mainstream the aesthetic value of the design built
   environment.
§ There is an ongoing program to replace and modernise the existing parking ticket machines with the
   object of reducing costs, increasing safety and meeting reporting needs through improved
   technology.
§ An Automatic Pay on Foot system in Citiplace in line with the new systems in His Majesty’s and
   Roe Street car parks using recyclable plastic tokens and conveniently located machines.
                                     CAPITAL EXPENDITURE


                                         TRANSPORT (Cont’d)

PARKING FACILITIES (Cont’d)
Kerbside/Ground Level Car Parks



§   Provision of bicycle racks in multi-storey car parks as an initiative to develop several city car parks
    into multi-purpose transport nodes.
§   Installation of equipment to allow communication from all car park equipment intercom facilities to
    central monitoring for improved customer service.

§   Restoration of the old ‘Gas Works’ in Wellington Street prior to tenanting the building.




                          OTHER PROPERTY AND SERVICES
UNCLASSIFIED
§ Various Information Systems upgrades and enhancements to meet demands for additional
  information needs.
§ Internet access to the public will be expanded in the Library through the purchase of an additional
  computer.
§ Ongoing implementation of the Asset Management System for cataloguing, monitoring and planning
  the City’s infrastructure and operating assets.
§ The development of the City’s Website is an essential contribution to its economic profile.
                              CAPITAL EXPENDITURE




                                   GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING
§   Principal payments of debt service on loan repayments.
          The

      Municipality

         of the

     CITY of PERTH




Supporting Schedules




                     ANNUAL BUDGET 2001-02
                             SUPPORTING SCHEDULES
                    CAPITAL WORK IN PROGRESS BROUGHT FORWARD

       PRGM.
UNIT     SP                    DESCRIPTION                           BUDGET
        REF                                                           2001/02
                                                                         $
               RECREATION AND CULTURE

        8.01    PUBLIC HALLS, CIVIC CENTRES
CEO      S4          Perth Town Hall Restoration                        1,000,000

        8.03    OTHER RECREATION AND SPORT
UDU    EN1.1         Water Treatment and Automatic Irrigation Sys       1,805,447
UDU    EN2.5         Community Needs Assessment, Wellington Sq            198,000
UDU    EN2.6         Arden Street, River Foreshore - East Perth            73,146
UDU    EN2.6         Stirling Gardens, Remodelling - Cnr St George         25,000
CTM     EN1          Erosion Control River Foreshore, Heirisson Is         27,000

        8.07    OTHER RECREATION AND CULTURE
UDU    EN2.6           Point Fraser Redevelopment, Swan River Fore         57,000
UDU    EN2.6           Esplanade/Centenary Gardens, Performance           155,000
UDU     S3.1           Children's Project/City Enhancement Project         28,000
CTM      E1            Christmas Decorations                               26,130
                Total Recreation and Culture                            3,394,723

               TRANSPORT

        9.01    STREETS, ROADS, BRIDGES, DEPOTS
UDU      E1          Central City Malls                                  487,000
UDU    EN2.5         Mounts Bay Road, Kings Park Escarpment              493,000
UDU     E3.1         Hay Street Streetscape Enhancement                   25,478
UDU     U2.1         Queen Street Enhancement Works                      255,000
STR      U4          2000/01 State Blackspot Project                      46,667
CTM      U5          Road Treatment                                       48,000

        9.03    PARKING FACILITIES
                   Multi-Storey Car Parks
OSP     E1           Concert Hall Car Park Development                   434,877
OSP     U5           Refurbishment His Majesty's Car Park                903,451
OSP     U5           Redevelopment of Roe Street Car Park                186,209
OSP     U5           Regal Place Car Park Construction                   562,726
                   Kerbside/Ground Level Car Parks
OSP     E1           Ticket Machine Audit Software Converter              73,300

OSP     SQ4            Communication Link to Car Parks                    180,000
OSP     U5             Directional Signage - Vacancy                      129,315
                Total Transport                                         3,825,023

               OTHER PROPERTY AND SERVICES

       11.06    UNCLASSIFIED
 IS     E1             Asset Management Additional Modules               145,441
 IS    ALL             Data Warehousing                                   86,272
 IS     E1             Internet Infrastructure Upgrade                    88,933
                Total Other Property and Services                        320,646

               Total Amount Carried Forward                             7,540,392




                                                1
                                    SUPPORTING SCHEDULES
                             CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDED FROM RESERVES

        PRGM.
UNIT     SP                    DESCRIPTION                           BUDGET
         REF.                                                         2001/02
                                                                         $

                GOVERNANCE

         1.01    MEMBERS OF COUNCIL
CTM       G1            Plant Replacement Program
                        - Lord Mayor's Office                              18,000
                 Total Governance                                          18,000


                LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY

         3.03  OTHER LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY
CTM    EN2&EN3      Plant Replacement Program - Light Fleet
                    - Compliance - Inspectorial                                 670
                                                                                670

                HEALTH

         4.02    PREVENTATIVE SERVICES
CTM      EN3          Plant Replacement Program - Light Fleet
                      - Compliance - Inspectorial                          14,190
                                                                           14,190

                COMMUNITY AMENITIES

        7.06     TOWN PLANNING AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CTM     U1           Plant Replacement Program
                     - Urban Development                                        670

        7.07     OTHER COMMUNITY AMENITIES
CTM     EN2           Plant Replacement Program - Light Fleet
                      - Property Management                                 2,010

                 Total Community Amenities                                  2,680


                RECREATION AND CULTURE

         8.01    PUBLIC HALLS, CIVIC CENTRES
CEO       S4            Perth Town Hall Restoration                      1,019,637
                 Total Recreation and Culture                            1,019,637




                                                      2
                                      SUPPORTING SCHEDULES
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDED FROM RESERVES

        PRGM.
UNIT     SP                      DESCRIPTION                           BUDGET
         REF.                                                           2001/02


                 TRANSPORT

          9.01   STREETS, ROADS, BRIDGES, DEPOT
UDU        E1         Central City Malls                                   2,000,000
CTM    U3.1&U4.1      Plant Replacement Program - Light Fleet
                      - Business Units                                       23,000

          9.03    PARKING FACILITIES
                   Multi-Storey Car Parks
OSP        E1            Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre             16,000,000
                   Kerbside/Ground Level Car Parks
OSP        E1            Ticket Machine Replacement                        1,028,565
OSP        E1            Automatic Pay on Foot Systems                       360,000

OSP     E1&EN2           Plant Replacement Program - Light Fleet
                         - Off Street Parking                                  1,340
                         - Compliance - Parking Services                       8,040

                  Total Transport                                         19,420,945

                 ECONOMIC SERVICES

         10.02    TOURISM AND AREA PROMOTIONS
CTM       E1           Plant Replacement Program - Light Fleet
                       - Marketing                                             9,500

         10.03    BUILDING CONTROL
CTM      EN2           Plant Replacement Program - Light Fleet
                       - Approvals                                           13,520

                  Total Economic Services                                    23,020

                 OTHER PROPERTY AND SERVICES

         11.06    UNCLASSIFIED
PPM      E1.4         Upgrade of Aherns Garage                              160,000
CTM      EN2          Plant Replacement Program - Light Fleet
                      - General Administration                               70,190

                  Total Other Property and Services                         230,190

                 TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDED                            20,729,332




                                                         3
                                                                                               SUPPORTING SCHEDULES
                                                                                       PLANT REPLACEMENT PROGRAMME 2001 / 02
                                                                                                  C1    Strategic   Original    Proposed     Original                       Book
    Fleet           Reg.             Make                 Model                 Unit             Form     Plan      Purchase      Sale       Purchase      Accum.           Value       Sale of       Replacement    Profit/(Loss)
   Number          Number                                                                        Ref.     Ref.        Date        Date        Cost         Deprec.        30-Jun-01     Asset             Cost       on Disposal
                                                                                                                                                   $              $               $               $          $
GOVERNANCE
Other governance
   LS570      CREST 1          FORD             LTD                LORD MAYORS OFFICE           CTM12        L1     3-Nov-99    1-Aug-01         41,723         8,331          33,392        28,000         46,000         (5,392)
LAW,ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY
Other Law,order & Public Safety - Light Fleet
    SS272      1ARF654         TOYOTA           COROLLA            POLICE LIASON                CTM17    EN3.1      3-May-00    1-May-02         16,674             0          16,674        16,674         17,344              0
    UC114      1AES048         MITSU            UTE                COMPLIANCE                   CTM17      E1       28-Apr-98   1-Aug-01         17,463         2,623          14,840         8,000         25,000         (6,840)
    UC110      1AEM580         MITSU            CREW CAB           COMPLIANCE                   CTM17      E1       28-Apr-98   1-Aug-01         17,463         2,623          14,840         8,000         25,000         (6,840)
    UC113      1AES049         MITSU            CRW CAB            COMPLIANCE                   CTM17      E1       28-Apr-98   1-Aug-01         17,539         2,699          14,840         8,000         25,000         (6,840)
    EV002      TBA             TBA              SMALL VEHICLE      COMPLIANCE                   CTM25     E1.1         N/A        N/A                 0             0               0             0         17,800              0
TOTAL FOR LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY                                                                                                             69,139         7,945          61,194        40,674        110,144        (20,520)
HEALTH
Preventative Services - Administration & Inspection-Light Fleet
    LS560      1AKC549          FORD             FALCON            COMPLIANCE SERVICES          CTM11    EN 2.3     30-Apr-99   1-Aug-01         25,967         6,499          19,468        17,000         26,500         (2,468)
    SS277      1ARF394          TOYOTA           COROLLA           COMPLIANCE SERVICES          CTM11    EN 2.3     3-May-00    1-May-02         16,674             0          16,674        16,674         17,344              0
    SS282      1ARF653          TOYOTA           COROLLA           COMPLIANCE SERVICES          CTM11    EN 2.3     3-May-00    1-May-02         16,674             0          16,674        16,674         17,344              0
    SS243      1ARF378          TOYOTA           COROLLA           COMPLIANCE SERVICES          CTM11    EN 2.3     3-May-00    1-May-02         20,131             0          20,131        16,674         17,344         (3,457)
    SS248      1ARF395          TOYOTA           COROLLA           COMPLIANCE SERVICES          CTM11    EN 2.3     5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674             0          16,674        16,674         17,344              0
    SS249      1ARF531          TOYOTA           COROLLA           COMPLIANCE SERVICES          CTM11    EN 2.3     5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674             0          16,674        16,674         17,344              0
    SS267      1ARF460          TOYOTA           COROLLA           COMPLIANCE SERVICES          CTM11    EN 2.3     5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674             0          16,674        16,674         17,344              0
    SS262      1APM636          TOYOTA           COROLLA           COMPLIANCE SERVICES          CTM11    EN 2.3     5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674             0          16,674        16,674         17,344              0
TOTAL FOR HEALTH                                                                                                                                146,142         6,499         139,643      133,718         147,908         (5,925)
COMMUNITY AMENITIES
Sanitation General Refuse - Trucks & Heavy Equipment
    RT140      901PCC          MITSUBISHI     Small Refuse Truck   OPERATIONS                   CTM13    EN2.4      4-Jan-97    1-Jan-02        127,914        86,069          41,845       35,000         170,000         (6,845)
    RT141      902PCC          MITSUBISHI     Small Refuse Truck   OPERATIONS                   CTM13    EN2.4      4-Jan-97    1-Jan-02        127,917        86,071          41,846       35,000         170,000         (6,846)
    RT142      903PCC          ISUZU          Small Refuse Truck   OPERATIONS                   CTM13    EN2.4      5-Apr-97    1-Jan-02        124,753        79,278          45,475       35,000         170,000        (10,475)
                                                                                                                                Sub-Total        380,584      251,418         129,166      105,000         510,000        (24,166)
Town Planning & Regional Development-Light Fleet
    PV113      9KF340          FORD             ECONOVAN           URBAN DEVELOPMENT            CTM3         U1     16-Jan-97   1-Aug-01         19,270         2,870          16,400         8,000         25,000         (8,400)
    SS259      1ARF386         TOYOTA           COROLLA            URBAN DEVELOPMENT            CTM3         U1     5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674             0          16,674        16,674         17,344              0
                                                                                                                                 Sub-Total       35,944         2,870          33,074        24,674         42,344         (8,400)
Other Community Amenities-Light Fleet                                                                                                                                 `
    SS254      1ARF464         TOYOTA           COROLLA            PROPERTY MANAGEMENT          CTM15     EN2       5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674               0        16,674        16,674         17,344              0
    SS255      1ARF382         TOYOTA           COROLLA            PROPERTY MANAGEMENT          CTM15     EN2       5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674               0        16,674        16,674         17,344              0
    SS273      1ARF392         TOYOTA           COROLLA            PROPERTY MANAGEMENT          CTM15     EN2       6-May-00    1-May-02         16,674               0        16,674        16,674         17,344              0
                                                                                                                                 Sub-Total       50,022               0        50,022        50,022         52,032              0
TOTAL FOR COMMUNITY AMENITIES                                                                                                                   466,550       254,288         212,262      179,696         604,376        (32,566)
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                                                                                              SUPPORTING SCHEDULES
                                                                                      PLANT REPLACEMENT PROGRAMME 2001 / 02
                                                                                                 C1    Strategic   Original     Proposed    Original                        Book
    Fleet          Reg.                Make                Model               Unit             Form     Plan      Purchase       Sale      Purchase       Accum.           Value         Sale of           Replacement    Profit/(Loss)
   Number         Number                                                                        Ref.     Ref.        Date         Date       Cost          Deprec.        30-Jun-01       Asset                 Cost       on Disposal
                                                                                                                                                  $               $               $                 $              $
RECREATION & CULTURE
Other Recreation & Sport-Light Fleet
   TU058      9HP540          FORD            COURIER UTE          AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM4      EN2        2-Aug-96    1-Aug-01        17,332          2,632          14,700           7,000             20,000         (7,700)
   UC101      9LI223          FORD            DUAL CAB             AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM4      EN2        8-Apr-97    1-Aug-01        18,230          2,730          15,500           8,000             23,000         (7,500)
   UC104      1AEO107         FORD            CRW CAB              AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM4      EN2       17-Apr-98    1-Aug-01        16,618          2,493          14,125           8,000             23,000         (6,125)
   UC115      1AFS504         FORD            D/C UTE              AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM4      EN2        16-Jul-98   1-Aug-01        16,988          2,548          14,440           8,000             23,000         (6,440)
   UC107      1AEE374         MITSU           CRW CAB              AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM4      EN2       26-Mar-98    1-Aug-01        17,155          2,575          14,580           8,000             23,000         (6,580)
   UC103      1AEO108         FORD            CRW CAB              AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM4      EN2       17-Apr-98    1-Aug-01        16,618          2,493          14,125           8,000             23,000         (6,125)
   FW100      1AFP521         FORD            COURIER 4WD UTE      AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM4      EN2         1-Jul-98   1-Aug-01        19,319          8,694          10,625          10,000             23,000           (625)
                                                                                                                                Sub-Total      122,260         24,165          98,095          57,000            158,000        (41,095)
Other Recreation & Sport-Plant Replacement
   RM144       1ADO079        Toro            Front deck mower     AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM16     EN2       1-Mar-98     1-Jan-02        25,147         19,436           5,711           8,000             38,000          2,289
   RM145       1ADO078        Toro            Front deck mower     AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM16     EN2       1-Mar-98     1-Jan-02        23,896         18,468           5,428           8,000             38,000          2,572
   RM146       1AHD673        Toro            Front deck mower     AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM16     EN2        3-Oct-98    1-Jan-02        27,300         16,455          10,845           8,000             38,000         (2,845)
   GM580       8WZ567         Beaver          Gang Mower           AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM16     EN2       22-Jul-96    1-Jan-02        47,670         42,452           5,218           8,000             58,000          2,782
   TT057       8MC560         Kubota          Tractor/Loader       AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM16     EN2       1-Apr-93     1-Jan-02        24,642         19,714           4,928           8,000             32,000          3,072
   UV001       9IU796         John Deere      Turf truck           AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM16     EN2       17-Oct-96    1-Jan-02        10,395          7,818           2,577           3,000             16,000            423
  UV-TBA       TBA            John Deere      Turf truck           AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM??     EN2          TBA       1-Feb-02             0              0               0               0             18,000              0
   TT058       1AJW024        Kubota          Tractor/Loader       AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM??     EN2       1-Mar-99     1-Feb-02        13,646          5,061           8,585           8,000                  0           (585)
   WC151       9RF637         Bonel           Woodchipper          AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM??     EN2        4-Jan-97    1-Feb-02         3,850          1,507           2,343           1,000                  0         (1,343)
                                                                                                                                Sub-Total      176,546        130,911          45,635          52,000            238,000          6,365
Other Recreation & Sport-Plant Replacement
   UV004       TBA            John Deere      Turf truck           AREA MAINTENANCE            CTM24        E1       TBA        1-Jan-02               0              0               0                 0         25,000              0
                                                                                                                                Sub-Total              0              0               0                 0         25,000              0
TOTAL FOR RECREATION & CULTURE                                                                                                                 298,806        155,076         143,730        109,000             421,000        (34,730)
TRANSPORT
Streets,roads,bridges,depots - Light Fleet
    LS548       1ANA537          FORD         FAIRMONT GHIA        BUSINESS UNITS              CTM5         U3      4-Oct-99    1-Aug-01        38,253         10,253          28,000         25,000              38,500         (3,000)
    LS562       1AKC548          FORD         FALCON               BUSINESS UNITS              CTM5         U3     23-Apr-99    1-Aug-01        26,067          6,566          19,501         17,000              26,500         (2,501)
    PV294       9KF341           MITSUBISHI   EXPRESS VAN          OPERATIONS                  CTM5         U3     16-Jan-97    1-Aug-01        19,260          2,860          16,400          8,000              27,000         (8,400)
    UT026       1AAF717          FORD         COURIER UTE          OPERATIONS                  CTM5         U3      9-Sep-97    1-Aug-01        16,036          2,056          13,980          9,000              20,000         (4,980)
    UT027       9LG159           FORD         COURIER UTE          OPERATIONS                  CTM5         U3     13-Jun-97    1-Aug-01        16,036          2,356          13,680          9,000              20,000         (4,680)
    UT028       1AAF716          FORD         COURIER UTE          OPERATIONS                  CTM5         U3      9-Sep-97    1-Aug-01        16,036           2356           13680          9,000              20,000         (4,680)
    TU072       1ANW174          MITSU        T/TOP UTE            OPERATIONS                  CTM5         U3     17-Nov-99    1-Aug-01        17,963          1,878          16,085          7,000              20,000         (9,085)
    UC116       1ANK638          FORD         CREW CAB             OPERATIONS                  CTM5         U3     26-Oct-99    1-Aug-01        19,409          2,824          16,585         12,000              24,000         (4,585)
    UC108       1AEK986          MITSU        CREW CAB(auto)       OPERATIONS                  CTM5         U3     22-Apr-98    1-Aug-01        18,355          2,755          15,600          8,000              24,000         (7,600)
                                                                                                                                Sub-Total      187,415         33,904         153,511        104,000             220,000        (49,511)
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                                                                                         PLANT REPLACEMENT PROGRAMME 2001 / 02
                                                                                                    C1    Strategic   Original    Proposed     Original                        Book
    Fleet           Reg.                 Make             Model                   Unit             Form     Plan      Purchase      Sale       Purchase       Accum.           Value         Sale of       Replacement    Profit/(Loss)
   Number          Number                                                                          Ref.     Ref.        Date        Date        Cost          Deprec.        30-Jun-01       Asset             Cost       on Disposal
                                                                                                                                                     $               $               $                 $          $
Streets,roads,bridges,depots - Minor Plant
     New        -                               Minor Plant Items   Various                       CTM10        U3      1-Jul-98   30-Jun-02               0              0               0         4,000         35,000          4,000
                                                                                                                                   Sub-Total              0              0               0         4,000         35,000          4,000
Parking Facilities- Off Street Parking
    SS265      1ARF537          TOYOTA          COROLLA             O S PARKING                   CTM7         E1     1-May-00    1-May-02         16,674                0        16,674          16,674         17,344              0
    SS266      1ARF533          TOYOTA          COROLLA             O S PARKING                   CTM7         E1     2-May-00    1-May-02         16,674                0        16,674          16,674         17,344              0
                                                                                                                                   Sub-Total       33,348                0        33,348          33,348         34,688              0
Parking Facilities- On Street Parking
    SS250       1ARF463          TOYOTA         COROLLA             COMPLIANCE                    CTM8         E1     5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
    SS251       1ARF389          TOYOTA         COROLLA             COMPLIANCE                    CTM8         E1     4-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
    SS252       1ARF456          TOYOTA         COROLLA             COMPLIANCE                    CTM8         E1     5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
    SS269       1ARF396          TOYOTA         COROLLA             COMPLIANCE                    CTM8         E1     1-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
    SS271       1ARF380          TOYOTA         COROLLA             COMPLIANCE                    CTM8         E1     2-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
    SS268       1ARF385          TOYOTA         COROLLA             COMPLIANCE                    CTM8         E1     5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
    SS281       1ARF391          TOYOTA         COROLLA             COMPLIANCE                    CTM8         E1     5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         17,686          17,344          1,012
    SS276       1ARF527          TOYOTA         COROLLA             COMPLIANCE                    CTM8         E1     5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
    SS280       1ARF384          TOYOTA         COROLLA             COMPLIANCE                    CTM8         E1     5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         17,686          17,344          1,012
    SS274       1ARF535          TOYOTA         COROLLA             COMPLIANCE                    CTM8         E1     5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
    SS279       1ARF536          TOYOTA         COROLLA             COMPLIANCE                    CTM8         E1     5-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
    SS247       1ARF530          TOYOTA         COROLLA             COMPLIANCE                    CTM8         E1     2-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
   PV295        1AES047          MITSU          SATELLITE VAN       COMPLIANCE                    CTM8         E1     22-Apr-98   1-Aug-01         24,569          3,689          20,880         15,000          33,000         (5,880)
                                                                                                                                   Sub-Total      224,657          3,689         220,968        217,112         241,128         (3,856)
TOTAL FOR TRANSPORT                                                                                                                               445,420         37,593         407,827        358,460         530,816        (49,367)
ECONOMIC SERVICES
Tourism and Area Promotion-Light Fleet
   LS558      1AME507        FORD               FALCON              MARKETING                     CTM6         E1     23-Aug-99   1-Aug-01         25,878          7,878          18,000          17,000         26,500         (1,000)
   TU069      1AFY764        MITSU              TRITON UTE          MARKETING                     CTM6         E1     26-Jun-98   1-Aug-01         14,925          1,601          13,324           7,000         20,000         (6,324)
                                                                                                                                  Sub-Total        40,803          9,479          31,324          24,000         46,500         (7,324)
Building Control
Building Control-Light Fleet
    LS563      1AIG963          FORD            FALCON              APPROVALS                     CTM18     EN2       23-Dec-98   1-Aug-01         25,840          6,529          19,311         17,000          26,500         (2,311)
    SS261      1ARF532          TOYOTA          COROLLA             APPROVALS                     CTM18     EN2       1-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
    SS264      1ARF462          TOYOTA          COROLLA             APPROVALS                     CTM18     EN2       2-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
    SS260      1ARF379          TOYOTA          COROLLA             APPROVALS                     CTM18     EN2       3-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
    SS283      1ARF526          TOYOTA          COROLLA             APPROVALS                     CTM18     EN2       4-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
    SS275      1ARF534          TOYOTA          COROLLA             APPROVALS                     CTM18     EN2       4-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
    SS278      1ARF650          TOYOTA          COROLLA             APPROVALS                     CTM18     EN2       4-May-00    1-May-02         16,674              0          16,674         16,674          17,344              0
                                                                                                                                   Sub-Total      125,884          6,529         119,355        117,044         130,564         (2,311)
TOTAL FOR ECONOMIC SERVICES                                                                                                                       166,687         16,008         150,679        141,044         177,064         (9,635)
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                                                                         PLANT REPLACEMENT PROGRAMME 2001 / 02
                                                                                    C1    Strategic   Original    Proposed   Original                     Book
   Fleet         Reg.           Make          Model               Unit             Form     Plan      Purchase      Sale     Purchase      Accum.         Value       Sale of       Replacement     Profit/(Loss)
  Number        Number                                                             Ref.     Ref.        Date        Date      Cost         Deprec.      30-Jun-01     Asset             Cost        on Disposal
                                                                                                                                   $              $             $               $          $
OTHER PROPERTY AND SERVICES
General Administration-Light Fleet
   LS550     1ALC979       FORD        FAIRMONT GHIA   SERVICE UNITS              CTM1         L1     18-Jun-99   1-Aug-01        37996         8,521        29,475        25,000         38,500          (4,475)
   LS551     1ALC981       FORD        FAIRMONT GHIA   CORPORATE SERVICES         CTM1         L1     18-Jun-99   1-Aug-01        37996         8,521        29,475        25,000         38,500          (4,475)
   LS554     1AME505       FORD        FALCON          CORPORATE SUPPORT          CTM1         L1     24-Aug-99   1-Aug-01        25945         7,945        18,000        17,000         26,500          (1,000)
   LS556     1AME562       FORD        FALCON          HUMAN RESOURCES            CTM1         L1      7-Sep-99   1-Aug-01        25884         7,884        18,000        17,000         26,500          (1,000)
   LS561     1AME504       FORD        FALCON          INFORMATION SERVICES       CTM1       L1       24-Aug-99   1-Aug-01        26070         8,070        18,000        17,000         26,500          (1,000)
   LS568     1AKC537       FORD        FALCON WGN      SPECIAL PROJECTS           CTM1       L1       19-Apr-99   1-Aug-01        27536         7,536        20,000        17,500         27,500          (2,500)
   SS242     1ARF457       TOYOTA      COROLLA         URBAN DEV                  CTM14     SQ6       8-May-00    1-May-02       16,674             0        16,674        16,674         17,344               0
   SS244     1ARF381       TOYOTA      COROLLA         SPECIAL PROJECTS           CTM14     SQ6       2-May-00    1-May-02       16,674             0        16,674        16,674         17,344               0
   SS245     1ARF393       TOYOTA      COROLLA         CONTRACT MANAGEMENT        CTM14     SQ6       3-May-00    1-May-02       16,674             0        16,674        16,674         17,344               0
   SS256     1ARF387       TOYOTA      COROLLA         HUMAN RESOURCES            CTM14     SQ6       2-May-00    1-May-02       16,674             0        16,674        16,674         17,344               0
   SS253     1ARF529       TOYOTA      COROLLA         FINANCE                    CTM14     SQ6       3-May-00    1-May-02       16,674             0        16,674        16,674         17,344               0
   SS258     1ARF461       TOYOTA      COROLLA         STRATEGY UNIT              CTM14     SQ6       4-May-00    1-May-02       16,674             0        16,674        16,674         17,344               0
   SS284     1ATC540       TOYOTA      COROLLA         CONTRACT MANAGEMENT        CTM14     SQ6       11-Sep-00   1-May-02       16,052             0        16,052        16,674         17,344             622
TOTAL FOR OTHER PROPERTY AND SERVICES                                                                                           297,523        48,477       249,046      235,218         305,408         (13,828)
TOTAL PLANT REPLACEMENT PROGRAMME                                                                                              1,931,990      534,217     1,397,773     1,225,810       2,342,716       (171,963)
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                     DRAINAGE, FOOTPATHS & ROAD RESURFACING PROGRAMMES


PROJECT                        Prgm       PROPOSED DETAILS                                    BUDGET
                               SP Ref                                                          2001/02


                                9.01    TRANSPORT


                                EN1       DRAINAGE PROGRAMME
VARIOUS                                   Pollutant Traps                                        40,000
VARIOUS                                   Flap Valves                                            30,000
VARIOUS                                   First Flush Gullies                                    30,000
VARIOUS                                   Detention Basins                                       30,000
KENSINGTON STREET                         Kensington St Claisebrook to East Pde                  70,000
GODERICH STREET                           Goderich St Hill to Bennet St                          50,000
VARIOUS                                   Water Sensitive Design                                 20,000
CAMPBELL STREET                           Campbell St Delhi to Railway                           30,000
CAMPBELL STREET                           Campbell St Delhi to Railway                           30,000
VARIOUS                                   Minor Extensions                                       45,000
WILLIAM STREET                            William St - Wellington to Hay                        140,000
MOUNT STREET                              Mount St / Cliff St to Freeway                         55,000
WILLIAM STREET                            Reconstruction, William Street                         45,000
NORTHBRIDGE URBAN RENEWAL                 Contribution to EPRA; Northbridge Urban Renewal        60,500
                                                                                               675,500


                                 U4       FOOTPATHS

OUTRAM STREET                             Outram Street (Mayfair to Murray)                     13,490
OUTRAM STREET                             Outram Street (Cook to Murray)                        17,345
ADELAIDE TERRACE                          Adelaide Tce Plain to Bennet South Side               79,497
MOUNTS BAY ROAD                           Mounts Bay Road (Cliff to Freeway)                    21,900
MUSEUM STREET                             Museum Street (Aberdeen to Francis)                   21,900
LORD STREET                               Lord Street (Wellington to Royal - West)              39,858
LORD STREET                               Lord Street (Wellington to Royal - East)              39,858
ADELAIDE TERRACE                          Adelaide Tce Bennet to Hill South Side                73,584
ST GEORGES TERRACE                        St George's Terrace (William to Barrack)             128,480
MOUNTS BAY ROAD                           Mounts Bay Road (Spring to Mill)                      31,317
MILLIGAN STREET                           Milligan Street East (Wellington to Milligan)         14,016
PARK AVENUE                               Park Avenue (Crawley to Kings Park Ave)               35,040
WILLIAM STREET                            William St St Georges Tce to Wellington West Side     65,700
WILLIAM STREET                            William St Murray to Hay East Side                    21,900
WELLINGTON STREET                         Wellington St Lord to Pier North Side                 78,840
VARIOUS                                   Tactile Paving & Pedestrian Ramps                     27,500
                                                                                               710,225




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                     DRAINAGE, FOOTPATHS & ROAD RESURFACING PROGRAMMES


PROJECT                        Prgm     PROPOSED DETAILS                                         BUDGET
                               SP Ref                                                             2001/02

                                 U5     ROADS RESURFACING / MODIFICATIONS

VICTORIA SQUARE                         Last 70m outside Hospital                                  14,400
WITTENOOM STREET                        80m East from Hill Street                                  16,200
RIVERSIDE DRIVE                         Barrack Street to Governor's Avenue                        54,000
NELSON CRESCENT                         Nelson Crescent (Gloucester Gates)                         60,289
PIER STREET NORTH                       Moore Street to Newcastle Street                          108,000
                                        231m West of St. Georges Terrace / Freeway Overpass to     43,130
MALCOLM STREET                          Kings Park Road (West Bound)
WINTHROP AVENUE                         Aberdare Road towards Stirling Highway                     30,000
ST GEORGES TERRACE                      220m East of Malcolm Street to William Street (East        81,600
                                        Bound)
FORREST AVENUE                          Full Length                                                68,400
GORDON STREET                           Murray Street to Wellington Street                         36,480
COOLGARDIE STREET                       Murray Street to Wellington Street                         47,360
DELHI STREET                            Colin Street to 'T' Junction                               41,400
JOHN STREET                             Cul-de-sac to Figzgerald Street                            29,700
PROWSE STREET                           Lawrence Street To Thomas Street                           28,800
DUORO PLACE                             Full length                                                11,160
LUCKNOW PLACE                           Full length                                                11,160
LAWRENCE AVENUE                         Full length                                                13,500
CLIVE STREET                            Part 130m                                                   9,540
DRUMMOND PLACE                          Full length                                                42,300
                                                                                                  747,419




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                  UNDERGROUNDING OF POWER AND STREET LIGHTING


PROJECT               Unit   Prgm        PROPOSED DETAILS            BUDGET
                             SP Ref                                   2001/02

                                      ECONOMIC SERVICES

                      CTM 10.06 OTHER ECONOMIC SERVICES
                          EN2

COOLGARDIE STREET                        Murray to Wellington           16,000

GORDON STREET                            Full Length                    40,000

BRONTE STREET                            Plain to Horatio                7,500

BRONTE STREET                            Horatio to Nelson              19,000

HAVELOCK STREET                          Parliament to Wellington       41,000

WELLINGTON STREET                        Outram to Havelock            154,000

EPRA                                     Northbridge Urban Renewal     144,418

                                                                       421,918




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                     DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS


ACTUAL       Prgm      DESCRIPTION                             BUDGET
 2000/01      Ref                                               2001/02


                       EDUCATION & WELFARE

    12,500   5.03      Other Families & Children                  12,500

    35,500   5.04      Rod Evans Senior Citizens Centre           36,743

    12,500   5.04      Other Aged & Disabled                      12,500

     5,000   5.06      Other Welfare                               5,000

    65,500                                                        66,743

             8.07      RECREATION & CULTURE

   100,000             Perth Theatre Trust                       100,000

       -               City Art Foundation                        40,000

   140,000             Perth International Arts Festival         140,000

    10,000             Western Australian Ballet Co.              15,000

    10,000             Western Australian Opera Co.               15,000

    10,000             Western Australian Symphony Orchestra      15,000

    50,000             Other Cultural Activities                  50,000

   320,000                                                       375,000

                       TOURISM & AREA PROMOTION

   165,000             Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre      199,650

                       OTHER

     7,000   3.03      Civil Emergency Services                    7,000

    30,000   11.06     Parking, etc.,                             30,000

    37,000                                                        37,000




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Unit Budgets




                 ANNUAL BUDGET 2001-02
                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                       As At     23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                   Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description             Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                             2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                    ($)

                                                          CITY COUNCIL
                                                          Direct Expenses
           93,460                     90,723              Pemanent staff salaries                         97,019
            9,334                     14,229              Annual Leave                                     9,661
            2,384                      2,439              Long Service Leave                               2,466
            1,824                        782              Sick Leave                                       1,620
           35,804                     36,091              Overtime                                        36,200
                0                      1,619              Other Salaries/Allowances                            0
            8,000                      2,970              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                 13,000
           12,845                     13,297              Superannuation contribution                     14,402
            3,742                      3,733              Worker's compensation insurance                  3,876
            5,292                      4,410              Fringe benefits tax                              5,866
            1,080                        156              Staff Training and seminars - Local              1,500
              700                          0              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                         700
                0                          0              Other employee costs                               300
           38,256                     40,403              Telephone                                       39,221
                0                          0              Legal Fees                                           0
              902                      1,879              Equipment Maintenance                           11,500
              896                      1,070              Other Maintenance                                1,500
                0                        754              Systems Software Maintenance                       700
                0                          0              Motor Vehicle Repair                                 0
                0                         82              Agency fees & commissions                            0
            1,296                      6,181              Assets Not Capitalised                           2,000
           11,496                     19,590              Catering Supplies & Beverages                   17,500
            4,507                      2,438              Cleaning & Laundry                               4,620
                0                      3,428              Consultancy                                          0
                0                        471              Equipment Hire                                       0
                0                        171              External Contract labour                             0
           70,073                     44,351              Miscellaneous Expenses                          38,500
            2,376                      1,551              Periodicals and publications                     2,400
            2,500                      1,232              Photography Expenses                             1,600
            5,496                      4,685              Plants/Flowers                                   4,680
            3,027                      2,540              Postage and couriers                             2,347
            8,000                      5,064              Printing                                         7,000
                0                          0              Public Notices/Tenders                               0
            8,604                      7,410              Stationery and office supplies                   9,000
               70                        364              Subscription and membership                     10,310
           11,568                     11,567              Other General Insurances                        12,943
           22,909                      9,636              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                   8,189
            2,495                      6,967              Depreciation - Computers                         5,745
           75,000                     74,891              Lord Mayor's allowance                          75,000
           60,000                     59,056              Councillors' allowances                         60,000
                0                        568              Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                     0
                0                          0              Local Conferences                                    0
           43,496                     15,837              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                   43,000
           18,692                      6,742              Travel Expenses                                 18,600
           16,003                      8,927              Gifts & Presentations                           16,000
                0                        279              Other Operating cost                            18,000
          582,127                    508,583                                                            596,966

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
            9,513                      7,467              Records Management                             15,370
            2,412                      2,564              Customer Service                                5,212
          205,064                    202,666              Property Management Unit                      165,562
           12,420                     15,969              Fleet and Plant Management                      3,733
              720                        819              Central Business Services                         840



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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                    As At     23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                        Description       Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                          2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                 ($)

                                                          CITY COUNCIL

          230,129                    229,485                                                         190,718

          812,256                    738,068              Total Expenses                             787,684


          812,256                    738,068              Balance Allocated to Programmes            787,684
                                                          CITY COUNCIL
           812,256                   738,068              GOVERNANCE                                 787,684
          407,457                    369,609                 Lord Mayor                              406,467
          404,799                    368,459                 Councilors                              381,216
          812,256                    738,068              Total Cost of Programmes                   787,684

          812,256                    738,068              Balance Allocated to Programmes            787,684




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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At     23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                     Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                      ($)

                                                          CEO UNIT

                                                          Direct Expenses
          358,508                    386,213              Pemanent staff salaries                         392,894
           35,100                     47,350              Annual Leave                                     38,471
            8,964                      9,288              Long Service Leave                                9,822
                0                      4,198              Sick Leave                                            0
                0                        278              Overtime                                              0
            7,596                      3,976              Other Salaries/Allowances                         7,600
           15,000                        773              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                  15,000
           48,660                     49,752              Superannuation contribution                      57,354
            3,156                      3,157              Worker's compensation insurance                  15,442
           18,432                     19,896              Fringe benefits tax                              19,964
            2,004                      7,661              Staff Recruitment Cost                           27,000
           21,996                     23,440              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                         22,000
            5,004                      3,529              Staff Training and seminars - Local               5,000
           12,624                      5,654              Telephone                                        12,516
               60                         10              Telecom Data Line                                     0
           39,996                      8,592              Legal Fees                                       40,000
              996                      1,185              Equipment Maintenance                             1,000
                0                        100              Other Maintenance                                     0
            1,500                        259              Motor Vehicle Repair                              1,500
              504                          8              Assets Not Capitalised                                0
            8,004                      6,836              Catering Supplies & Beverages                     8,000
           54,996                     52,214              Consultancy                                      57,000
              504                        357              Equipment Hire                                      500
                0                         73              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                        0
            3,204                      1,136              Miscellaneous Expenses                           15,200
              696                        602              Periodicals and publications                        700
            7,428                      1,369              Photography Expenses                              2,500
              504                         84              Plants/Flowers                                      500
            1,896                      1,279              Postage and couriers                              1,252
            3,000                     14,574              Printing                                          4,000
                0                        169              Rental & outgoings                                    0
            3,996                      3,728              Stationery and office supplies                    4,500
           25,900                     15,703              Subscription and membership                      16,050
            3,384                      3,383              Other General Insurances                          3,833
            8,328                      8,418              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                    8,723
            2,976                      2,130              Depreciation - Computers                          4,679
            1,896                      2,347              Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                  2,500
            1,500                      1,042              Entertainment Expenses - FBT                      2,000
            2,496                        536              Local Conferences                                 2,500
           20,004                      8,253              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                    10,000
              696                      1,187              Travel Expenses                                  10,700
            3,996                      1,088              Gifts & Presentations                             5,000
          735,504                    701,826                                                              825,699

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
            6,466                      5,703              Office of Director Corporate Services             7,588
           10,463                      9,906              Corporate Support Administration                 11,930
            6,503                      1,853              Records Management                                9,599
           35,855                     33,381              Office of Manager- Financial Services            31,457
            8,355                      5,988              Financial Accounting                              9,364
           11,330                     10,008              Human Resources Unit                             13,595
           46,574                     33,712              Information Services Unit                        52,573
            1,212                      1,198              Customer Service                                  1,390
           74,864                     74,701              Property Management Unit                        102,159



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                                                        OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                        Description            Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                 2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                         ($)

                                                            CEO UNIT

                                                            General Expenses/Allocations
           10,719                     19,719                Fleet and Plant Management                        30,763
                0                          0                Public Relations                                       0
               96                         43                Central Business Services                            210
          369,236                    339,982                Internal Charges                                 429,980
          581,673                    536,193                                                                 700,608

        1,317,177                1,238,020                  Total Expenses                                  1,526,307


                                                            Internal Recovery
          (20,253)                    (18,982)              Office of Director Corporate Services            (23,358)
          (11,785)                    (11,049)              Corporate Support Administration                 (13,596)
          (12,035)                    (11,280)              Office of Manager- Financial Services            (13,883)
          (10,375)                     (9,722)              Human Resources Unit                             (11,968)
          (10,956)                    (10,269)              Information Services Unit                        (12,638)
          (20,417)                    (19,137)              Office of Director Service Units                 (23,553)
          (54,023)                    (50,643)              Office of Manager- Approval                            0
                0                           0               Planning                                         (17,314)
                0                           0               Building                                         (20,776)
                0                           0               Health                                            (6,925)
                0                           0               Technical Services                               (17,314)
          (15,686)                    (14,705)              Office of Manager-Community Services                   0
                0                           0               Community Arts                                    (3,016)
                0                           0               Community Development                             (3,016)
                0                           0               Child Care Centres                                (3,016)
                0                           0               Community Centre                                  (6,029)
                0                           0               Rest Centres                                      (3,016)
          (12,532)                    (11,745)              Office of Manager Compliance                      (2,720)
                0                           0               Parking Services                                  (9,672)
                0                           0               Security and Surveillance                         (1,839)
                0                           0               Urban Environment                                   (224)
          (12,035)                    (11,280)              Library Services Unit                            (13,883)
          (10,624)                     (9,958)              Property Management Unit                         (12,255)
          (11,371)                    (10,659)              Urban Development Unit                           (13,117)
          (20,501)                    (19,215)              Office of Director Strategy                      (23,649)
          (34,100)                    (31,971)              Contract Management Administration               (31,480)
                0                           0               Fleet and Plant Management                        (7,869)
          (10,791)                    (10,114)              Office of Manager- Marketing                     (12,447)
          (11,538)                    (10,813)              Strategy Unit                                    (13,308)
          (21,830)                    (20,460)              Office of Business Units Director                (25,180)
         (133,759)                   (125,401)              Off Street Parking Aministration                (154,338)
          (10,708)                    (10,034)              Office of Manager- Area Maintenance              (12,351)
                0                           0               Quality Improvement Service                         (604)
          (11,868)                    (11,124)              Office of Manager- Operation                           0
                0                           0               Construction Services                             (3,120)
                0                           0               Trade Services                                    (1,309)
                0                           0               Mechanics                                           (604)
                0                           0               Ope Sanitation Day                                (1,440)
                0                           0               Ope Street Cleaning Day                           (2,150)
                0                           0               Ope Sanitation Night                              (3,293)
                0                           0               Ope Street Cleaning Night                         (1,172)
         (118,101)                   (129,495)              Capital cost recovery                           (138,905)
         (372,653)                   (339,982)              Internal Recovery                               (429,982)




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                                                        OPERATING STATEMENT                    As At       23/07/2001
                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                  Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                        Description       Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                            2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                     ($)

                                                            CEO UNIT

         (947,941)                   (898,038)              Total Recovery                             (1,096,329)


          369,236                    339,982                Balance Allocated to Programmes              429,978

                                                            CEO UNIT
           203,832                   188,422                GOVERNANCE                                   238,305
          203,832                    188,422                   Administration                            238,305
             2,616                     2,424                GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING                        3,064
            2,616                      2,424                   Administration                              3,064
             3,396                     3,634                LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY                     4,596
            3,396                      3,634                   Administration                              4,596
             6,552                     6,057                HEALTH                                         7,659
            6,552                      6,057                   Administration                              7,659
             7,860                     7,269                EDUCATION AND WELFARE                          9,191
            7,860                      7,269                   Administration                              9,191
            49,240                    44,589                COMMUNITY AMENITIES                           56,393
           49,240                     44,589                   Administration                             56,393
            15,636                    14,460                RECREATION & CULTURE                          18,287
           15,636                     14,460                   Administration                             18,287
            33,592                    30,130                TRANSPORT                                     38,106
           33,592                     30,130                   Administration                             38,106
             9,168                     8,476                ECONOMIC SERVICES                             10,723
            9,168                      8,476                   Administration                             10,723
            37,344                    34,521                OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                     43,654
           37,344                     34,521                   Administration                             43,654
                0                          0                   Administration                                  0
          369,236                    339,982                Total Cost of Programmes                     429,978

          369,236                    339,982                Balance Allocated to Programmes              429,978




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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At     23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                     Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                      ($)

                                                          DIRECTOR CORPORATE SERVICES

                                                          Direct Expenses
          169,236                    162,051              Pemanent staff salaries                         198,491
           16,569                     13,746              Annual Leave                                     17,767
            4,231                      3,905              Long Service Leave                                4,536
              600                      1,154              Sick Leave                                            0
            1,001                        218              Overtime                                              0
                0                        845              Other Salaries/Allowances                             0
           10,000                      1,695              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                  10,000
           24,000                     20,414              Superannuation contribution                       7,728
            7,032                      7,050              Worker's compensation insurance                   7,422
            9,912                      9,086              Fringe benefits tax                               8,236
              500                      4,829              Staff Recruitment Cost                            2,000
            5,598                      5,580              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                              0
            2,002                      2,911              Staff Training and seminars - Local               3,000
              200                          0              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                          400
                0                          0              Other employee costs                                500
            4,140                      2,837              Telephone                                         3,983
              756                        533              Equipment Maintenance                               750
                0                          0              Other Maintenance                                     0
                0                      1,254              Application Software Maintenance                      0
            4,000                      1,971              Assets Not Capitalised                                0
            1,500                      1,609              Catering Supplies & Beverages                     1,500
           20,000                      8,750              Consultancy                                      20,000
                0                         58              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                        0
           15,000                      2,503              Miscellaneous Expenses                           15,000
              500                        334              Periodicals and publications                        500
               50                         54              Photography Expenses                                  0
              996                        610              Postage and couriers                                625
            1,000                        166              Printing                                              0
            2,000                      2,668              Stationery and office supplies                    2,000
            5,496                      2,655              Subscription and membership                       5,500
            4,284                      4,284              Other General Insurances                          4,903
              132                        240              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                      264
              384                      4,390              Depreciation - Computers                          4,331
               50                        328              Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                     50
              200                        318              Entertainment Expenses - FBT                        200
              500                        470              Local Conferences                                   500
            5,000                      3,159              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                     4,500
            1,500                          0              Airline Expenses                                  3,000
                0                        110              Travel Expenses                                       0
          318,369                    272,785                                                              327,686

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
           20,253                     18,982              CEO Administration                                23,358
              569                        536              Corporate Support Administration                     648
            2,709                      1,532              Records Management                                 2,854
           13,251                     12,338              Office of Manager- Financial Services             24,942
            2,506                      1,793              Financial Accounting                               2,805
            5,949                      6,318              Human Resources Unit                               9,016
           24,849                     18,892              Information Services Unit                         28,049
              540                        574              Customer Service                                     695
           24,226                     23,871              Property Management Unit                          32,276
            3,282                     12,840              Fleet and Plant Management                        12,110
                0                        524              Public Relations                                       0
               60                         70              Central Business Services                            105



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                                                        OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At     23/07/2001
                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                     Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                        Description            Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                 2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                        ($)

                                                            DIRECTOR CORPORATE SERVICES

                                                            General Expenses/Allocations
          225,048                    215,599                Internal Charges                                255,654
          323,242                    313,869                                                                392,512

          641,611                    586,653                Total Expenses                                  720,198


                                                            Internal Recovery
           (6,466)                     (5,703)              CEO Administration                                (7,588)
           (8,612)                     (7,589)              Corporate Support Administration                 (10,575)
          (10,068)                     (8,876)              Office of Manager- Financial Services            (12,404)
           (5,718)                     (5,045)              Human Resources Unit                              (6,659)
           (5,643)                     (4,975)              Information Services Unit                         (6,524)
           (5,024)                     (4,433)              Office of Director Service Units                  (5,710)
          (11,119)                     (9,802)              Office of Manager- Approval                            0
                0                           0               Planning                                          (3,816)
                0                           0               Building                                          (4,579)
                0                           0               Health                                            (1,526)
                0                           0               Technical Services                                (3,816)
           (9,563)                     (8,431)              Office of Manager-Community Services                   0
                0                           0               Community Arts                                    (1,949)
                0                           0               Community Development                             (1,949)
                0                           0               Child Care Centres                                (1,949)
                0                           0               Community Centre                                  (3,899)
                0                           0               Rest Centres                                      (1,949)
           (9,445)                     (8,325)              Office of Manager Compliance                      (2,106)
                0                           0               Parking Services                                  (7,487)
                0                           0               Security and Surveillance                         (1,423)
                0                           0               Urban Environment                                   (173)
          (11,732)                    (10,344)              Library Services Unit                            (14,681)
           (6,426)                     (5,670)              Property Management Unit                          (7,426)
           (7,447)                     (6,572)              Urban Development Unit                            (8,944)
           (5,184)                     (4,577)              Office of Director Strategy                       (5,944)
           (6,203)                     (5,473)              Contract Management Administration                (5,765)
                0                           0               Fleet and Plant Management                        (1,441)
           (6,712)                     (5,921)              Office of Manager- Marketing                      (7,887)
           (7,475)                     (6,598)              Strategy Unit                                     (8,935)
           (6,301)                     (5,561)              Office of Business Units Director                 (7,362)
          (22,861)                    (20,163)              Off Street Parking Aministration                 (29,502)
           (8,193)                     (7,221)              Office of Manager- Area Maintenance               (9,930)
                0                           0               Quality Improvement Service                         (663)
          (12,223)                    (10,776)              Office of Manager- Operation                           0
                0                           0               Construction Services                             (3,426)
                0                           0               Trade Services                                    (1,437)
                0                           0               Mechanics                                           (663)
                0                           0               Ope Sanitation Day                                (1,581)
                0                           0               Ope Street Cleaning Day                           (2,360)
                0                           0               Ope Sanitation Night                              (3,614)
                0                           0               Ope Street Cleaning Night                         (1,287)
         (244,148)                   (219,001)              Internal Recovery                               (255,656)
         (416,563)                   (371,056)              Total Recovery                                  (464,585)


          225,048                    215,597                Balance Allocated to Programmes                 255,613




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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                   As At     23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                               Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description         Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                         2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                ($)

                                                          DIRECTOR CORPORATE SERVICES
            94,800                    90,826              GOVERNANCE                                  98,603
           94,800                     90,826                 Administration                           98,603
            21,552                    20,645              GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING                     26,404
           21,552                     20,645                 Administration                           26,404
             3,360                     3,219              LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY                   4,049
            3,360                      3,219                 Administration                            4,049
             5,472                     5,240              HEALTH                                       6,571
            5,472                      5,240                 Administration                            6,571
             6,552                     6,275              EDUCATION AND WELFARE                        7,870
            6,552                      6,275                 Administration                            7,870
            40,656                    38,949              COMMUNITY AMENITIES                         48,900
           40,656                     38,949                 Administration                           48,900
            13,104                    12,552              RECREATION & CULTURE                        15,740
           13,104                     12,552                 Administration                           15,740
            27,288                    26,144              TRANSPORT                                   32,783
           27,288                     26,144                 Administration                           32,783
             7,656                     7,329              ECONOMIC SERVICES                            9,190
            7,656                      7,329                 Administration                            9,190
             4,608                     4,418              OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                    5,503
            4,608                      4,418                 Administration                            5,503
                0                          0                 Administration                                0
          225,048                    215,597              Total Cost of Programmes                  255,613

          225,048                    215,597              Balance Allocated to Programmes           255,613




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                                                       OPERATING STATEMENT                       As At     23/07/2001
                                                      SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                   Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate          Prgm Ref                     Description             Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                              2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                     ($)

                                                           CORPORATE SUPPORT UNIT

                                                           Direct Expenses
          616,482                    518,896               Pemanent staff salaries                       615,503
           60,795                     58,293               Annual Leave                                   60,890
           15,517                      9,791               Long Service Leave                             15,542
            9,252                      7,430               Sick Leave                                      5,958
           54,050                     14,675               Overtime                                       26,150
                0                      4,537               Other Salaries/Allowances                           0
           71,500                     30,115               Casual/Temporary staff salaries                59,000
                0                         (1)              Employees Gratuities                                0
           87,696                     61,371               Superannuation contribution                    91,562
           24,387                     18,421               Worker's compensation insurance                24,554
           11,016                      4,806               Fringe benefits tax                             6,510
            2,304                        384               Staff Recruitment Cost                          3,700
                0                        859               Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                            0
            6,729                      2,384               Staff Training and seminars - Local             9,950
              700                          0               Safety Clothing & Uniforms                          0
                0                          0               Other employee costs                            1,600
              204                         34               Advertising - Press                                 0
                0                        330               Promotions/Displays                                 0
            6,996                      7,324               Performers Fees                                 8,500
           51,274                     11,604               Telephone                                      11,659
           10,996                     11,008               Legal Fees                                     11,000
            5,670                      9,996               Equipment Maintenance                           3,850
              900                      6,531               Other Maintenance                                   0
            5,500                        754               Systems Software Maintenance                   12,900
                0                         88               Motor Vehicle Repair                                0
                0                         31               Agency fees & commissions                           0
            1,296                      4,665               Assets Not Capitalised                          4,500
          216,000                    203,032               Catering Supplies & Beverages                 180,800
           11,036                      2,617               Cleaning & Laundry                              6,500
            8,000                     10,249               Consultancy                                     1,500
           56,268                     71,055               Equipment Hire                                103,300
           33,500                     74,848               External Contract labour                            0
            5,004                      5,640               Kitchen & Catering Consumables                  3,500
          164,888                     89,898               Miscellaneous Expenses                         33,600
            4,070                        (45)              Periodicals and publications                    2,000
            7,504                      2,188               Photography Expenses                            3,700
           10,402                      4,732               Plants/Flowers                                  5,850
           21,387                     10,998               Postage and couriers                           10,588
           18,950                      7,480               Printing                                       17,799
           12,812                     11,074               Public Notices/Tenders                          6,300
            9,204                     14,032               Rental & outgoings                             16,000
                0                        108               Security service                                    0
           31,800                     32,933               Stationery and office supplies                 25,050
                0                         99               Stores and materials                                0
           27,926                     22,386               Subscription and membership                    28,700
                0                        129               Power                                               0
           18,720                      7,741               Other General Insurances                        8,253
           23,960                      1,329               Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                    870
           20,940                     28,461               Depreciation - Computers                       15,588
                0                          0               Interest Paid Loans                                 0
                0                          0               Loss on disposal of Fixed assets                    0
            7,000                      7,000               Donation and sponsorships                       7,000
                0                          0               Fire service levy                                   0
                0                        159               Statutory fees and Charges                          0



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                                                       OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                      SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate          Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                        ($)

                                                           CORPORATE SUPPORT UNIT

                                                           Direct Expenses
                0                          0               Rates and Taxes                                         0
           75,000                          0               Lord Mayor's allowance                                  0
           60,000                          0               Councillors' allowances                                 0
            5,004                      5,550               Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                    1,000
                0                      4,872               Entertainment Expenses - FBT                            0
            2,000                         60               Local Conferences                                       0
           44,000                          0               Interstate/O'seas Conferences                      10,500
            9,996                          0               Airline Expenses                                   10,000
           25,052                          0               Travel Expenses                                     9,310
           22,032                      2,215               Gifts & Presentations                               7,500
                0                        279               Other Operating cost                                    0
        1,995,719                1,405,444                                                                 1,488,536

                                                           General Expenses/Allocations
           11,785                   11,049                 CEO Administration                                 13,596
            8,612                    7,589                 Office of Director Corporate Services              10,575
           45,333                   30,462                 Records Management                                 63,743
           35,685                   33,225                 Office of Manager- Financial Services              51,124
           10,663                    7,636                 Financial Accounting                               11,942
           25,021                   34,803                 Human Resources Unit                               28,860
          148,436                  112,845                 Information Services Unit                         167,566
            6,300                    4,132                 Customer Service                                    3,473
          733,491                  507,909                 Property Management Unit                          640,320
           17,220                    6,681                 Fleet and Plant Management                         10,710
                0                        0                 Public Relations                                        0
            3,156                    2,342                 Central Business Services                           2,258
        1,015,477                1,113,344                 Internal Charges                                1,115,721
        2,061,179                1,872,017                                                                 2,119,888

        4,056,898                3,277,461                 Total Expenses                                  3,608,425


                                                           Internal Recovery
                0                          0               Members of the Council                            (15,370)
          (10,463)                    (9,906)              CEO Administration                                (21,383)
                0                          0               CEO- Project Management                              (146)
             (569)                      (536)              Office of Director Corporate Services              (3,502)
                0                          0               Corporate Support Administration                  (61,464)
                0                          0               Civic and Ceremonial                                  (47)
         (108,327)                   (90,299)              Records Management                                 (2,232)
          (15,465)                   (14,641)              Office of Manager- Financial Services             (18,498)
                0                          0               Financial Accounting                               (1,639)
                0                          0               Management Accounting                                   0
                0                          0               Revenue Accounting                                 (1,772)
          (16,828)                   (15,934)              Human Resources Unit                              (27,403)
             (221)                      (214)              Information Services Unit                            (304)
             (794)                      (752)              Office of Director Service Units                   (2,528)
          (22,511)                   (21,316)              Office of Manager- Approval                          (148)
                0                          0               Customer Service                                     (137)
                0                          0               Planning                                           (7,269)
                0                          0               Building                                          (11,222)
                0                          0               Health                                             (2,853)
                0                          0               Technical Services                                 (7,736)
           (6,253)                    (5,922)              Office of Manager-Community Services               (1,007)



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                                                    SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                     Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate        Prgm Ref                     Description             Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                            2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                     ($)

                                                         CORPORATE SUPPORT UNIT

                                                         Internal Recovery
                0                        0               Community Arts                                    (2,411)
                0                        0               Community Development                             (1,455)
                0                        0               Child Care Centres                                (1,189)
                0                        0               Community Centre                                  (2,402)
                0                        0               Rest Centres                                      (1,189)
          (13,076)                 (12,378)              Office of Manager Compliance                      (3,872)
                0                        0               Parking Services                                 (10,011)
                0                        0               Security and Surveillance                         (2,039)
                0                        0               Urban Environment                                 (1,755)
           (6,366)                  (6,028)              Library Services Unit                             (9,704)
          (11,601)                 (10,982)              Property Management Unit                         (13,686)
           (2,044)                  (1,937)              Urban Development Unit                            (3,832)
           (3,862)                  (3,661)              Office of Director Strategy                       (6,646)
          (16,828)                 (15,934)              Contract Management Administration               (16,679)
                0                        0               Fleet and Plant Management                        (3,838)
           (5,918)                  (5,597)              Office of Manager- Marketing                     (36,761)
                0                        0               Public Relations                                    (172)
           (5,460)                  (5,168)              Strategy Unit                                     (8,785)
           (6,935)                  (6,567)              Office of Business Units Director                 (9,663)
           (9,324)                  (8,829)              Off Street Parking Aministration                 (13,160)
           (2,044)                  (1,937)              Office of Manager- Area Maintenance               (2,631)
                0                        0               Quality Improvement Service                         (109)
           (2,154)                  (2,043)              Office of Manager- Operation                        (862)
                0                        0               Construction Services                               (562)
                0                        0               Trade Services                                      (236)
                0                        0               Mechanics                                           (109)
                0                        0               Office of Director Planning                       (1,996)
                0                        0               Ope Sanitation Day                                  (259)
                0                        0               Ope Street Cleaning Day                             (387)
                0                        0               Ope Sanitation Night                                (592)
                0                        0               Ope Street Cleaning Night                           (211)
       (1,015,477)              (1,113,344)              Internal Recovery                             (1,115,721)
       (1,282,520)              (1,353,925)              Total Recovery                                (1,459,584)


        2,774,378                1,923,536               Balance Allocated to Programmes               2,148,841




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                                                    OPERATING STATEMENT                            As At      23/07/2001
                                                   SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                         Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate       Prgm Ref                    Description                   Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                        ($)

                                                        CORPORATE SUPPORT UNIT
         2,672,280               1,795,914              GOVERNANCE                                         2,064,176
          407,465                        0                 Lord Mayor                                              0
          404,927                        0                 Councilors                                              0
          264,901                  260,024                 Meetings                                          248,908
          214,846                  209,088                 Dining Room - Elected Members                     273,970
           11,004                    2,425                 Dining Room - Freemen                              11,000
           77,278                  108,921                 Electoral                                          71,490
          308,127                  315,512                 Civic Receptions                                  370,762
           63,584                   10,616                 Sister City Program                                50,000
          920,148                  889,328                 Administration                                  1,038,046
             1,380                   1,328              GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING                                1,556
            1,380                    1,328                 Administration                                      1,556
             9,064                   9,000              LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY                             9,334
                0                        0                 FESA Levy                                               0
            7,000                    7,000                 Donation - Civil Emergency                          7,000
            2,064                    2,000                 Administration                                      2,334
             3,444                   3,335              HEALTH                                                 3,890
            3,444                    3,335                 Administration                                      3,890
             4,140                   4,003              EDUCATION AND WELFARE                                  4,668
            4,140                    4,003                 Administration                                      4,668
            40,411                  24,329              COMMUNITY AMENITIES                                   28,399
           40,411                   24,329                 Administration                                     28,399
             8,160                   8,408              RECREATION & CULTURE                                   9,207
                0                      520                 CPS Television Blackspot - East Perth                   0
            8,160                    7,888                 Administration                                      9,207
            28,266                  16,442              TRANSPORT                                             19,192
           28,266                   16,442                 Administration                                     19,192
             4,824                   4,668              ECONOMIC SERVICES                                      5,446
            4,824                    4,668                 Administration                                      5,446
             2,409                  56,110              OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                              2,973
            2,409                   53,557                 Administration                                        (10)
                0                        0                 Administration                                      2,983
                0                    2,553                 Other Unclassified                                      0
        2,774,378                1,923,536              Total Cost of Programmes                           2,148,841

        2,774,378                1,923,536              Balance Allocated to Programmes                    2,148,841




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                                                       OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At     23/07/2001
                                                      SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                     Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate          Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                           FINANCIAL SERVICES UNIT

                                                           Direct Expenses
          742,297                    709,797               Pemanent staff salaries                         776,612
           72,127                     73,707               Annual Leave                                     75,571
           18,417                     19,504               Long Service Leave                               19,295
            1,179                     22,649               Sick Leave                                            0
           12,844                      7,252               Overtime                                         12,063
                0                      6,157               Other Salaries/Allowances                             0
           23,832                      6,030               Casual/Temporary staff salaries                  20,968
          103,901                     91,489               Superannuation contribution                     116,018
           30,751                     30,840               Worker's compensation insurance                  31,658
           11,280                     11,280               Fringe benefits tax                              11,130
            6,075                     17,609               Staff Recruitment Cost                            6,000
           12,746                     19,591               Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                         19,500
           16,602                     13,254               Staff Training and seminars - Local              13,800
            3,100                         63               Safety Clothing & Uniforms                        3,000
                0                          0               Other employee costs                              1,800
           15,984                     16,001               Telephone                                        17,297
            9,600                     (8,112)              Legal Fees                                        9,600
            6,127                      4,921               Debt Collection                                   6,132
            5,852                      1,692               Equipment Maintenance                             4,090
                0                      2,090               Systems Software Maintenance                          0
            1,950                        650               Application Software Maintenance                      0
            2,869                        823               Assets Not Capitalised                            2,800
           25,000                     23,475               Audit fees                                       24,000
           53,200                     75,657               Bank Charges                                     96,500
            3,136                      1,636               Catering Supplies & Beverages                     2,850
            3,996                      2,681               Coin Collection Fees                              3,960
           20,000                     15,126               Consultancy                                      28,000
                0                      8,133               External Contract labour                              0
                0                        126               Kitchen & Catering Consumables                        0
            2,652                        583               Miscellaneous Expenses                            1,340
            1,080                        388               Periodicals and publications                        650
           19,509                     12,354               Postage and couriers                             14,779
           19,705                     13,913               Printing                                         16,300
              580                      1,337               Public Notices/Tenders                              580
            9,000                      6,952               Security service                                  9,000
           20,207                     16,010               Stationery and office supplies                   21,154
            1,520                        184               Subscription and membership                       1,000
           49,956                     48,989               Valuation Fees                                   48,360
           10,104                     10,104               Other General Insurances                         11,186
              480                         80               Depreciation - Buildings                              0
           10,339                     10,083               Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                    9,000
            9,384                     14,123               Depreciation - Computers                         14,586
               72                         10               Depreciation - Infrastructure                       114
                0                        285               Depreciation - Leasehold Improvements               275
            4,080                      4,297               Depreciation - Minor Eqp/Tools                    4,268
        1,030,580                    951,126               Interest Paid Loans                              28,678
                0                          0               Loss on disposal of Fixed assets                      0
          847,000                    826,284               Fire service levy                               880,000
            4,844                      4,428               Statutory fees and Charges                        4,320
                0                         83               Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                    900
              600                        348               Entertainment Expenses - FBT                        750
            7,418                          0               Interstate/O'seas Conferences                     7,000
              822                        298               Travel Expenses                                     810
              500                        144               Gifts & Presentations                               300



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                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                          FINANCIAL SERVICES UNIT

        3,253,297                3,096,523                                                                2,377,994

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
           12,035                     11,280              CEO Administration                                13,883
           10,068                      8,876              Office of Director Corporate Services             12,404
           15,465                     14,641              Corporate Support Administration                  17,636
            1,016                      1,788              Records Management                                 4,273
           24,938                     18,928              Financial Accounting                              28,272
                0                          0              Management Accounting                                  0
           27,764                     24,575              Human Resources Unit                              31,911
          540,038                    410,055              Information Services Unit                        606,081
            3,084                      2,992              Customer Service                                   5,037
          120,989                    119,223              Property Management Unit                         167,161
            8,568                     13,348              Fleet and Plant Management                        14,443
                0                          0              Public Relations                                       0
              528                        688              Central Business Services                          1,119
          553,796                    483,369              Internal Charges                                 603,307
        1,318,289                1,109,763                                                                1,505,527

        4,571,586                4,206,286                Total Expenses                                  3,883,521


                                                          Internal Recovery
          (44,210)                 (39,902)               CEO Administration                               (40,821)
          (15,757)                 (14,307)               Office of Director Corporate Services            (27,747)
          (46,348)                 (41,479)               Corporate Support Administration                 (63,066)
          (25,222)                 (18,080)               Office of Manager- Financial Services            (28,272)
                0                        0                Management Accounting                                  0
          (21,572)                 (19,558)               Human Resources Unit                             (35,652)
          (30,583)                 (27,604)               Information Services Unit                        (44,926)
          (20,372)                 (18,249)               Office of Director Service Units                 (30,757)
          (66,404)                 (60,428)               Office of Manager- Approval                            0
                0                        0                Planning                                         (21,642)
                0                        0                Building                                         (25,971)
                0                        0                Health                                            (8,657)
                0                        0                Technical Services                               (21,642)
         (105,443)                 (94,315)               Office of Manager-Community Services                   0
                0                        0                Community Arts                                   (15,042)
                0                        0                Community Development                            (15,042)
                0                        0                Child Care Centres                               (15,042)
                0                        0                Community Centre                                 (30,080)
                0                        0                Rest Centres                                     (15,042)
          (47,741)                 (42,509)               Office of Manager Compliance                     (18,145)
                0                        0                Parking Services                                 (73,682)
                0                        0                Security and Surveillance                        (14,008)
                0                        0                Urban Environment                                 (1,706)
          (42,073)                 (38,011)               Library Services Unit                            (40,993)
       (1,084,960)              (1,024,725)               Property Management Unit                        (637,804)
          (24,079)                 (21,760)               Urban Development Unit                           (33,965)
          (18,785)                 (16,989)               Office of Director Strategy                      (30,749)
         (106,601)                 (95,742)               Contract Management Administration               (65,139)
                0                        0                Fleet and Plant Management                       (21,713)
          (49,562)                 (44,035)               Office of Manager- Marketing                     (69,439)
          (54,848)                 (50,498)               Strategy Unit                                    (52,044)
          (42,491)                 (36,272)               Office of Business Units Director                (62,928)
         (263,049)                (237,233)               Off Street Parking Aministration                (229,530)


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                                                        OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At       23/07/2001
                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                       Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                 2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                          ($)

                                                            FINANCIAL SERVICES UNIT

                                                            Internal Recovery
          (69,834)                    (62,424)              Office of Manager- Area Maintenance               (89,407)
                0                           0               Quality Improvement Service                       (15,419)
         (398,073)                   (352,254)              Office of Manager- Operation                            0
                0                           0               Construction Services                             (79,680)
                0                           0               Trade Services                                    (33,424)
                0                           0               Mechanics                                         (15,419)
                0                           0               Office of Director Planning                       (12,689)
                0                           0               Ope Sanitation Day                                (36,772)
                0                           0               Ope Street Cleaning Day                           (54,887)
                0                           0               Ope Sanitation Night                              (84,067)
                0                           0               Ope Street Cleaning Night                         (29,933)
         (553,240)                   (481,875)              Internal Recovery                                (603,306)
       (3,131,247)              (2,838,249)                 Total Recovery                                  (2,846,249)


        1,440,339                1,368,037                  Balance Allocated to Programmes                 1,037,272

                                                            FINANCIAL SERVICES UNIT
           180,400                   158,458                GOVERNANCE                                        183,300
           44,013                     38,660                    Annual report                                  44,721
           37,779                     33,184                    Annual Audits                                  38,386
           41,686                     36,616                    Budget & Principal Activity Plan               42,356
           56,922                     49,998                    Administration                                 57,837
           400,697                   356,531                GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING                           569,185
          400,697                    356,531                    Administration                                569,185
           847,000                   826,284                LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY                        880,000
                0                          0                    Fire Prevention & Control                           0
          847,000                    826,284                    FESA Levy                                     880,000
                  0                        0                EDUCATION AND WELFARE                                (932)
                0                          0                    Senior Citizen Centre - Rod Evans                (932)
                  0                        0                RECREATION & CULTURE                              (16,894)
                0                          0                    Council House                                 (15,852)
                0                          0                    Parks, Gardens & Reserves                      (1,042)
                  0                        0                TRANSPORT                                        (490,018)
                0                          0                    Multistory Carpark Operations                (318,914)
                0                          0                    Ground Level Carpark Operations              (166,361)
                0                          0                    Parking Property Income                        (4,743)
            12,242                    26,763                OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                         (87,369)
                0                          0                    Administration                                (98,667)
           12,242                     26,763                    Other Unclassified                             11,298
                  0                        0                Not Applicable                                          0
                0                          0                    Balance Sheet                                       0
        1,440,339                1,368,037                  Total Cost of Programmes                        1,037,272

        1,440,339                1,368,037                  Balance Allocated to Programmes                 1,037,272




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                                                       OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At     23/07/2001
                                                      SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                     Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate          Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                           HUMAN RESOURCES UNIT

                                                           Direct Expenses
          240,624                    255,700               Pemanent staff salaries                         239,594
           23,460                     28,740               Annual Leave                                     23,141
            5,988                      7,969               Long Service Leave                                5,908
            5,496                      6,526               Sick Leave                                        6,180
                0                      1,877               Other Salaries/Allowances                             0
            7,800                      2,481               Casual/Temporary staff salaries                  14,400
           32,410                     33,381               Superannuation contribution                      34,924
            9,456                      9,452               Worker's compensation insurance                   9,403
           10,344                      8,620               Fringe benefits tax                              11,866
            1,600                      1,530               Staff Recruitment Cost                            3,000
            2,196                     22,615               Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                         28,206
           58,805                     28,665               Staff Training and seminars - Local             126,032
            7,800                      2,521               Safety Clothing & Uniforms                            0
            7,500                     10,395               Medical, safety and welfare                      24,100
                0                          0               Other employee costs                                600
            4,380                      4,444               Telephone                                         4,082
            3,500                          0               Legal Fees                                        3,000
            1,440                        951               Equipment Maintenance                             1,000
            1,300                        774               Assets Not Capitalised                                0
              696                        839               Catering Supplies & Beverages                       700
           19,000                     13,771               Consultancy                                      23,000
                0                        146               Equipment Hire                                      190
           10,350                          0               External Contract labour                          6,000
                0                         50               Kitchen & Catering Consumables                        0
            3,120                         30               Miscellaneous Expenses                            2,000
            5,050                      2,094               Periodicals and publications                      7,500
                0                         38               Plants/Flowers                                        0
            2,952                      2,725               Postage and couriers                              2,334
            2,250                        627               Printing                                          2,250
            1,000                          0               Public Notices/Tenders                            2,000
            6,000                      4,625               Stationery and office supplies                    4,500
           17,200                     17,297               Subscription and membership                      17,700
            3,432                      3,733               Other General Insurances                          3,972
            2,292                      2,721               Depreciation - Computers                          2,292
              700                        652               Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                    700
                0                        461               Entertainment Expenses - FBT                        400
            3,200                      1,863               Interstate/O'seas Conferences                     2,700
            1,200                          0               Airline Expenses                                  1,400
              204                         59               Travel Expenses                                       0
              500                        124               Gifts & Presentations                                 0
          503,245                    478,497                                                               615,074

                                                           General Expenses/Allocations
           10,375                      9,722               CEO Administration                                11,968
            5,718                      5,045               Office of Director Corporate Services              6,659
           16,828                     15,934               Corporate Support Administration                  19,192
            4,340                      4,228               Records Management                                 8,211
           18,018                     16,770               Office of Manager- Financial Services             31,671
            3,554                      2,545               Financial Accounting                               3,981
                0                          0               Human Resources Unit                                   0
           34,395                     26,149               Information Services Unit                         38,826
            1,212                      1,288               Customer Service                                   1,389
                0                     (5,100)              Office of Manager Compliance                           0
           75,273                     74,173               Property Management Unit                          57,134



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                                                        OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At     23/07/2001
                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                     Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                 2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                        ($)

                                                            HUMAN RESOURCES UNIT

                                                            General Expenses/Allocations
              4,620                   15,451                Fleet and Plant Management                        14,443
                  0                        0                Public Relations                                       0
                360                      400                Central Business Services                            578
                  0                   (5,099)               Office of Manager- Operation                           0
          174,693                    161,505                                                                194,051

          677,938                    640,002                Total Expenses                                  809,125


                                                            Internal Recovery
          (11,330)                    (10,008)              CEO Administration                               (13,595)
           (5,949)                     (5,261)              Office of Director Corporate Services             (9,016)
          (25,021)                    (22,114)              Corporate Support Administration                 (28,860)
          (27,764)                    (24,535)              Office of Manager- Financial Services            (31,911)
                0                     (40,875)              Human Resources Unit                                   0
          (19,590)                    (17,310)              Information Services Unit                        (24,280)
           (8,609)                     (7,608)              Office of Director Service Units                 (10,543)
          (35,939)                    (31,758)              Office of Manager- Approval                            0
                0                           0               Planning                                         (12,256)
                0                           0               Building                                         (14,707)
                0                           0               Health                                            (4,902)
                0                           0               Technical Services                               (12,256)
          (57,123)                    (50,483)              Office of Manager-Community Services                   0
                0                           0               Community Arts                                   (11,169)
                0                           0               Community Development                            (11,169)
                0                           0               Child Care Centres                               (11,169)
                0                           0               Community Centre                                 (22,340)
                0                           0               Rest Centres                                     (11,169)
         (115,244)                   (101,850)              Office of Manager Compliance                     (24,964)
                0                           0               Parking Services                                 (88,754)
                0                           0               Security and Surveillance                        (16,872)
                0                           0               Urban Environment                                 (2,056)
          (22,299)                    (19,710)              Library Services Unit                            (25,807)
          (14,124)                    (12,485)              Property Management Unit                         (16,648)
          (24,958)                    (22,057)              Urban Development Unit                           (28,860)
           (7,249)                     (6,406)              Office of Director Strategy                      (10,543)
          (14,124)                    (12,485)              Contract Management Administration               (14,983)
                0                           0               Fleet and Plant Management                        (1,666)
          (18,206)                    (16,088)              Office of Manager- Marketing                     (18,174)
          (22,299)                    (19,710)              Strategy Unit                                    (25,807)
           (9,969)                     (8,807)              Office of Business Units Director                (15,901)
          (45,613)                    (40,306)              Off Street Parking Aministration                 (48,700)
          (68,901)                    (60,889)              Office of Manager- Area Maintenance              (88,280)
                0                           0               Quality Improvement Service                       (6,430)
         (123,626)                   (109,257)              Office of Manager- Operation                           0
                0                           0               Construction Services                            (33,230)
                0                           0               Trade Services                                   (13,939)
                0                           0               Mechanics                                         (6,430)
                0                           0               Office of Director Planning                       (5,972)
                0                           0               Ope Sanitation Day                               (15,335)
                0                           0               Ope Street Cleaning Day                          (22,890)
                0                           0               Ope Sanitation Night                             (35,059)
                0                           0               Ope Street Cleaning Night                        (12,483)




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                                                        OPERATING STATEMENT                   As At     23/07/2001
                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                               Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                     Description         Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                           2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                  ($)

                                                            HUMAN RESOURCES UNIT

         (677,937)                   (640,002)              Total Recovery                            (809,125)


                  1                         0               Balance Allocated to Programmes                  0

                                                            HUMAN RESOURCES UNIT
                      1                     0               OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                        0
                  1                         0                  Administration                                0
                  1                         0               Total Cost of Programmes                         0

                  1                         0               Balance Allocated to Programmes                  0




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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                            As At      23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                         Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description                  Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                  2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                          ($)

                                                          INFORMATION SERVICES UNIT

                                                          Direct Expenses
          609,275                    532,376              Pemanent staff salaries                             678,220
           58,646                     53,016              Annual Leave                                         65,509
           14,973                     15,425              Long Service Leave                                   16,726
                0                     20,284              Sick Leave                                                0
           25,002                     14,939              Overtime                                             16,461
                0                      5,638              Other Salaries/Allowances                                 0
           30,000                      5,050              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                      29,997
           81,948                     68,671              Superannuation contribution                         102,761
           24,775                     24,713              Worker's compensation insurance                      28,243
            4,728                      4,734              Fringe benefits tax                                   5,102
            5,000                     14,303              Staff Recruitment Cost                                5,000
            9,420                      5,197              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                              3,278
           47,000                     22,139              Staff Training and seminars - Local                  46,000
                0                          0              StaffTraining and seminars - Interstate/                  0
              804                        316              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                              400
                0                          0              Other employee costs                                  1,400
              143                          0              Promotions/Displays                                       0
           26,808                     17,888              Telephone                                            17,709
           36,268                     18,144              Telecom Data Line                                    27,842
            2,000                          0              Legal Fees                                            4,000
            1,800                          0              Equipment Maintenance                                     0
          131,352                     92,844              Systems Software Maintenance                        162,680
          170,594                    156,216              Hardware Maintenance                                212,659
          417,375                    158,284              Application Software Maintenance                    504,896
            3,000                      1,354              Assets Not Capitalised                                3,000
              896                      1,702              Catering Supplies & Beverages                         1,500
                0                      5,724              Consultancy                                               0
                0                          0              Equipment Hire                                            0
              250                        122              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                          250
              500                         18              Miscellaneous Expenses                                  500
            1,200                        467              Periodicals and publications                          1,200
            2,501                      1,442              Postage and couriers                                  1,010
              804                        206              Printing                                                500
            4,500                      1,538              Public Notices/Tenders                                3,600
                0                        147              Rental & outgoings                                        0
           17,396                     10,725              Stationery and office supplies                       17,400
            1,200                      1,648              Subscription and membership                           5,100
           17,028                     12,649              Other General Insurances                             16,029
            4,692                      5,084              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                        4,531
          104,100                    130,293              Depreciation - Computers                            126,351
                0                          0              Donation and sponsorships                                 0
               88                         30              Statutory fees and Charges                                0
                0                        101              Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                          0
                0                         60              Local Conferences                                         0
            3,000                      1,200              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                             0
        1,859,066                1,404,687                                                                   2,109,853

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
           10,956                     10,269              CEO Administration                                    12,638
            5,643                      4,975              Office of Director Corporate Services                  6,524
              221                        214              Corporate Support Administration                         259
              350                         75              Records Management                                        45
           24,814                     23,099              Office of Manager- Financial Services                 38,457
            5,769                      4,137              Financial Accounting                                   6,469



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                                                        OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                 2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                         ($)

                                                            INFORMATION SERVICES UNIT

                                                            General Expenses/Allocations
           19,590                     20,577                Human Resources Unit                              24,280
            3,756                      3,992                Customer Service                                   6,253
           88,986                     87,684                Property Management Unit                          93,988
            6,732                     13,475                Fleet and Plant Management                        10,710
                0                          0                Public Relations                                       0
              480                        330                Central Business Services                            420
          195,744                    164,033                Internal Charges                                 240,771
          363,041                    332,860                                                                 440,814

        2,222,107                1,737,548                  Total Expenses                                  2,550,667


                                                            Internal Recovery
          (46,574)                    (35,405)              CEO Administration                               (52,573)
          (24,849)                    (18,892)              Office of Director Corporate Services            (28,049)
         (148,436)                   (112,845)              Corporate Support Administration                (167,566)
         (136,253)                   (103,587)              Office of Manager- Financial Services           (153,819)
         (380,965)                   (305,275)              Financial Accounting                            (452,262)
          (34,395)                    (26,149)              Human Resources Unit                             (38,826)
          (18,265)                    (13,221)              Office of Director Service Units                 (20,621)
         (191,390)                   (145,498)              Office of Manager- Approval                            0
                0                           0               Planning                                         (59,963)
                0                           0               Building                                         (71,955)
                0                           0               Health                                           (23,985)
                0                           0               Technical Services                               (59,963)
          (29,621)                    (22,519)              Office of Manager-Community Services                   0
                0                           0               Community Arts                                    (5,573)
                0                           0               Community Development                             (5,573)
                0                           0               Child Care Centres                                (5,573)
                0                           0               Community Centre                                 (11,145)
                0                           0               Rest Centres                                      (5,573)
          (68,464)                    (52,045)              Office of Manager Compliance                     (14,544)
                0                           0               Parking Services                                 (51,712)
                0                           0               Security and Surveillance                         (9,831)
                0                           0               Urban Environment                                 (1,198)
         (112,392)                    (85,447)              Library Services Unit                           (126,882)
          (38,841)                    (29,525)              Property Management Unit                         (43,842)
         (111,581)                    (84,823)              Urban Development Unit                          (125,953)
          (22,945)                    (17,617)              Office of Director Strategy                      (26,194)
          (70,441)                    (53,544)              Contract Management Administration               (63,608)
                0                           0               Fleet and Plant Management                       (15,902)
         (132,807)                   (100,960)              Office of Manager- Marketing                    (149,917)
          (95,112)                    (72,310)              Strategy Unit                                   (107,376)
          (35,879)                    (27,275)              Office of Business Units Director                (40,498)
          (67,964)                    (51,668)              Off Street Parking Aministration                 (76,835)
           (9,869)                     (7,506)              Office of Manager- Area Maintenance              (11,146)
                0                           0               Quality Improvement Service                       (1,794)
          (36,044)                    (27,397)              Office of Manager- Operation                           0
                0                           0               Construction Services                             (9,272)
                0                           0               Trade Services                                    (3,889)
                0                           0               Mechanics                                         (1,794)
                0                           0               Ope Sanitation Day                                (4,278)
                0                           0               Ope Street Cleaning Day                           (6,387)
                0                           0               Ope Sanitation Night                              (9,782)



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                                                        OPERATING STATEMENT                   As At       23/07/2001
                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                 Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                     Description         Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                           2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                    ($)

                                                            INFORMATION SERVICES UNIT

                                                            Internal Recovery
                0                           0               Ope Street Cleaning Night                    (3,483)
         (213,276)                   (180,007)              Internal Recovery                          (240,760)
       (2,026,363)              (1,573,515)                 Total Recovery                            (2,309,896)


          195,744                    164,033                Balance Allocated to Programmes             240,771

                                                            INFORMATION SERVICES UNIT
            31,416                    26,299                GOVERNANCE                                   38,640
           31,416                     26,299                   Administration                            38,640
           143,028                   119,908                GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING                     175,937
          143,028                    119,908                   Administration                           175,937
             7,404                     6,195                LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY                    9,103
            7,404                      6,195                   Administration                             9,103
            13,896                    11,631                COMMUNITY AMENITIES                          17,091
           13,896                     11,631                   Administration                            17,091
                  0                        0                OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                         0
                0                          0                   Administration                                 0
          195,744                    164,033                Total Cost of Programmes                    240,771

          195,744                    164,033                Balance Allocated to Programmes             240,771




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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At     23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                     Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                      ($)

                                                          DIRECTOR SERVICE UNITS

                                                          Direct Expenses
          207,184                    175,977              Pemanent staff salaries                         203,187
           20,291                     15,654              Annual Leave                                     19,895
            5,176                      4,616              Long Service Leave                                5,080
                0                        770              Sick Leave                                            0
                0                        925              Other Salaries/Allowances                             0
            3,764                        637              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                   3,425
           26,882                     23,090              Superannuation contribution                      30,106
            8,272                      8,291              Worker's compensation insurance                   8,106
            5,772                      5,291              Fringe benefits tax                               5,723
              850                        140              Staff Recruitment Cost                              850
            9,474                      8,703              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                          8,500
            1,682                        659              Staff Training and seminars - Local                 800
              200                          0              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                          200
                0                          0              Other employee costs                                500
            2,868                      2,640              Telephone                                         2,742
              200                        694              Equipment Maintenance                               240
              800                          0              Assets Not Capitalised                              500
            1,450                      1,085              Catering Supplies & Beverages                     1,300
                0                          0              Equipment Hire                                    1,200
                0                        168              External Contract labour                              0
                0                         28              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                        0
              400                        133              Miscellaneous Expenses                              300
              396                        345              Periodicals and publications                        250
                0                         55              Plants/Flowers                                        0
                0                        313              Postage and couriers                                418
            1,368                      1,416              Stationery and office supplies                    1,100
                0                        115              Subscription and membership                         160
            4,284                      4,284              Other General Insurances                          4,903
               72                         73              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                       75
            1,212                      1,890              Depreciation - Computers                          1,433
              400                        167              Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                    250
                0                         77              Entertainment Expenses - FBT                        150
                0                          0              Local Conferences                                 1,300
            2,500                      2,700              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                     2,000
          305,497                    260,935                                                              304,693

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
           20,148                     19,137              CEO Administration                                23,553
            4,632                      4,442              Office of Director Corporate Services              5,710
              804                        772              Corporate Support Administration                     908
            1,221                        818              Records Management                                 1,620
           15,864                     14,934              Office of Manager- Financial Services             25,645
            4,176                      3,445              Financial Accounting                               5,112
            9,084                      7,608              Human Resources Unit                              10,543
           16,764                     13,221              Information Services Unit                         20,621
              540                        524              Customer Service                                     521
           20,849                     20,544              Property Management Unit                          25,846
            3,333                     14,991              Fleet and Plant Management                        12,110
                0                          0              Public Relations                                       0
               96                        106              Central Business Services                            158
           40,300                     35,694              Internal Charges                                  43,704
          137,811                    136,235                                                              176,050




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                                                        OPERATING STATEMENT                        As At     23/07/2001
                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                    Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                     Description              Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                            DIRECTOR SERVICE UNITS

          443,308                    397,171                Total Expenses                                 480,743


                                                            Internal Recovery
          (60,719)                    (53,932)              Office of Manager- Approval                     (65,556)
          (60,720)                    (53,933)              Office of Manager-Community Services            (65,556)
          (60,719)                    (53,932)              Office of Manager Compliance                    (65,556)
          (36,467)                    (52,108)              Library Services Unit                           (65,555)
          (60,720)                    (53,933)              Property Management Unit                        (65,556)
          (60,719)                    (53,932)              Urban Development Unit                          (65,556)
          (62,944)                    (39,706)              Internal Recovery                               (43,704)
         (403,008)                   (361,476)              Total Recovery                                 (437,039)


           40,300                     35,694                Balance Allocated to Programmes                  43,704

                                                            DIRECTOR SERVICE UNITS
            40,300                    35,694                GOVERNANCE                                       43,704
           40,300                     35,694                   Administration                                43,704
                  0                        0                OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                             0
                0                          0                   Administration                                     0
                0                          0                   Apprenticeship & Training                          0
           40,300                     35,694                Total Cost of Programmes                         43,704

           40,300                     35,694                Balance Allocated to Programmes                  43,704




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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                       As At      23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                    Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description             Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                             2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                     ($)

                                                          APPROVALS UNIT

                                                          Direct Expenses
        1,004,581                    951,540              Pemanent staff salaries                       1,047,869
           97,979                     92,713              Annual Leave                                    102,221
           27,096                     29,923              Long Service Leave                               26,099
                0                     27,632              Sick Leave                                            0
            9,693                      8,691              Overtime                                          9,650
                0                      9,660              Other Salaries/Allowances                             0
           49,197                     30,151              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                  59,903
          143,005                    128,725              Superannuation contribution                     160,692
           41,651                     41,856              Worker's compensation insurance                  43,517
           42,324                     35,270              Fringe benefits tax                              33,512
            4,800                     10,411              Staff Recruitment Cost                            9,000
            9,546                     25,858              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                         27,499
           12,329                     10,911              Staff Training and seminars - Local              17,200
            4,720                      1,048              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                        6,000
                0                          0              Other employee costs                              3,000
              200                          0              Promotions/Displays                                 200
           28,080                     24,418              Telephone                                        26,046
           21,996                     51,452              Legal Fees                                       35,600
            6,000                      6,123              Equipment Maintenance                             7,000
                0                      2,994              Other Maintenance                                     0
                0                         88              Hardware Maintenance                                  0
            8,200                      6,523              Assets Not Capitalised                            8,400
            3,264                      3,056              Catering Supplies & Beverages                     3,040
                0                          8              Cleaning & Laundry                                    0
            5,000                     17,373              Consultancy                                      17,000
            7,000                      1,847              Equipment Hire                                        0
           42,996                     85,491              External Contract labour                         45,000
                0                        114              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                        0
                0                          0              Lease and Hire cost                               1,752
            5,968                      1,722              Miscellaneous Expenses                            5,400
            1,620                      1,357              Periodicals and publications                      1,590
              420                        134              Photography Expenses                                250
                0                         72              Plants/Flowers                                        0
                0                      4,993              Postage and couriers                              4,540
            8,304                      3,416              Printing                                          9,130
            4,800                      9,900              Public Notices/Tenders                            4,800
           29,004                     28,013              Rental & outgoings                               25,000
           15,420                     17,213              Stationery and office supplies                   16,000
              200                          0              Stores and materials                                  0
            4,356                      3,153              Subscription and membership                       3,300
                0                          0              Gas                                               3,000
           18,228                     18,228              Other General Insurances                         20,196
               96                      1,032              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                    1,880
           10,799                     13,617              Depreciation - Computers                         14,229
                0                          0              Donation and sponsorships                             0
            1,140                        399              Statutory fees and Charges                          800
              504                        109              Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                    500
                0                        348              Entertainment Expenses - FBT                        500
                0                         12              Local Conferences                                     0
           12,800                      3,623              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                     5,000
                0                         19              Travel Expenses                                       0
                0                        127              Gifts & Presentations                                 0
                0                          0              Other Operating cost                              5,090
        1,683,316                1,711,364                                                              1,811,405



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                                                        OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                 2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                         ($)

                                                            APPROVALS UNIT

                                                            General Expenses/Allocations
           54,044                     50,660                CEO Administration                                62,329
           11,120                      9,817                Office of Director Corporate Services             13,737
           22,498                     21,302                Corporate Support Administration                  25,675
           11,560                      3,324                Records Management                                 3,690
           56,577                     60,428                Office of Manager- Financial Services             66,920
            9,829                      7,186                Financial Accounting                              10,992
           35,940                     41,984                Human Resources Unit                              44,121
          189,259                    145,498                Information Services Unit                        215,866
           60,719                     53,932                Office of Director Service Units                  65,556
                0                          0                Office of Manager- Approval                            0
            3,624                      3,520                Customer Service                                   3,470
          216,776                    213,575                Property Management Unit                         194,353
           21,081                     28,279                Fleet and Plant Management                        33,108
                0                          0                Public Relations                                       0
              660                        730                Central Business Services                          1,208
          709,012                    777,411                Internal Charges                                 832,274
        1,402,699                1,417,647                                                                  1,573,298

        3,086,015                3,129,010                  Total Expenses                                  3,384,703


                                                            Internal Recovery
                0                           0               Members of the Council                            (5,212)
                0                           0               CEO Administration                                (1,216)
                0                           0               CEO- Project Management                             (174)
                0                           0               Office of Director Corporate Services               (695)
                0                           0               Corporate Support Administration                  (1,389)
                0                           0               Civic and Ceremonial                                   0
                0                           0               Records Management                                (2,084)
                0                           0               Office of Manager- Financial Services             (1,216)
                0                           0               Financial Accounting                              (1,042)
                0                           0               Management Accounting                             (1,216)
                0                           0               Revenue Accounting                                (1,563)
                0                           0               Human Resources Unit                              (1,389)
                0                           0               Information Services Unit                         (6,253)
                0                           0               Office of Director Service Units                    (521)
                0                           0               Office of Manager- Approval                         (865)
         (222,208)                   (217,537)              Customer Service                                       0
                0                           0               Planning                                            (347)
                0                           0               Building                                          (1,216)
                0                           0               Health                                              (347)
                0                           0               Technical Services                                  (695)
                0                           0               Office of Manager-Community Services                (347)
                0                           0               Community Arts                                      (521)
                0                           0               Community Development                               (347)
                0                           0               Rest Centres                                        (174)
                0                           0               Parking Services                                (160,375)
                0                           0               Security and Surveillance                         (2,952)
                0                           0               Urban Environment                                 (2,432)
                0                           0               Library Services Unit                             (1,910)
                0                           0               Property Management Unit                          (2,605)
                0                           0               Urban Development Unit                            (3,821)
                0                           0               Office of Director Strategy                         (695)
                0                           0               Contract Management Administration                (1,910)



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                                                        OPERATING STATEMENT                       As At       23/07/2001
                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                     Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                     Description             Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                        ($)

                                                            APPROVALS UNIT

                                                            Internal Recovery
                0                           0               Office of Manager- Marketing                     (3,126)
                0                           0               Strategy Unit                                    (3,647)
                0                           0               Office of Business Units Director                  (174)
           (2,892)                     (2,834)              Off Street Parking Aministration                (13,626)
                0                           0               Off Street Parking Operations                      (695)
                0                           0               Parking Technical Sevices                          (868)
                0                           0               Office of Manager- Area Maintenance              (1,563)
                0                           0               Office of Manager- Operation                     (3,649)
                0                           0               Office of Director Planning                        (347)
         (804,551)                   (850,128)              Internal Recovery                              (832,274)
       (1,029,651)              (1,070,499)                 Total Recovery                                (1,065,498)


        2,056,364                2,058,511                  Balance Allocated to Programmes               2,319,206

                                                            APPROVALS UNIT
            45,168                    41,596                GOVERNANCE                                       43,723
           45,168                     41,596                   Administration                                43,723
            14,929                    14,621                LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY                       12,590
           14,929                     14,621                   Administration                                12,590
           249,605                   234,984                HEALTH                                          241,117
          249,605                    234,984                   Administration                               241,117
            14,929                    14,621                EDUCATION AND WELFARE                            12,590
           14,929                     14,621                   Administration                                12,590
           553,177                   568,889                COMMUNITY AMENITIES                             557,263
          553,177                    568,889                   Administration                               557,263
           405,751                   368,617                RECREATION & CULTURE                            456,429
           20,087                     10,795                   Parades & Festivals                           12,080
          385,664                    357,823                   Administration                               444,349
            14,929                   106,940                TRANSPORT                                       127,356
           14,929                    106,940                   Administration                               127,356
           757,875                   708,243                ECONOMIC SERVICES                               868,137
          757,875                    708,243                   Administration                               868,137
                  1                        0                OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                             0
                1                          0                   Administration                                     0
        2,056,364                2,058,511                  Total Cost of Programmes                      2,319,206

        2,056,364                2,058,511                  Balance Allocated to Programmes               2,319,206




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                                                    OPERATING STATEMENT                       As At      23/07/2001
                                                   SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                    Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate       Prgm Ref                     Description             Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                           2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                   ($)

                                                        COMMUNITY SERVICES UNIT

                                                        Direct Expenses
        1,113,804                1,115,519              Pemanent staff salaries                       1,126,791
          102,977                  100,858              Annual Leave                                    105,752
           30,058                   27,854              Long Service Leave                               27,765
                0                   20,560              Sick Leave                                            0
           20,695                   18,136              Service Pay                                      26,609
           28,084                   26,380              Overtime                                         21,788
                0                        0              Private motor vehicle costs                           0
           25,215                   16,823              Other Salaries/Allowances                        15,500
           29,899                    2,860              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                  34,230
          128,396                  129,151              Superannuation contribution                     155,279
           39,839                   39,767              Worker's compensation insurance                  41,922
            5,388                    4,939              Fringe benefits tax                               6,013
            1,080                      140              Staff Recruitment Cost                              600
                0                        0              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                              0
           12,400                    1,436              Staff Training and seminars - Local              10,904
           10,060                    4,796              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                       11,555
                0                        0              Medical, safety and welfare                           0
                0                        0              Other employee costs                              4,325
                0                    3,013              Advertising Agents Fees                               0
            2,600                      442              Advertising - Press                               9,500
                0                        0              Advertising - Radio                                   0
                0                        0              Advertising - TV                                      0
            5,700                    1,856              Advertising - Multimedia                         11,504
            8,000                    2,093              Promotions/Displays                              14,104
           28,500                   16,934              Performers Fees                                  39,204
           19,384                   20,170              Telephone                                        21,098
            3,190                    2,394              Equipment Maintenance                             4,000
           17,100                    8,079              Other Maintenance                                16,600
              900                      750              Systems Software Maintenance                      1,500
           14,300                    7,847              Assets Not Capitalised                           14,260
              160                       30              Bank Charges                                        400
          106,842                  135,538              Catering Supplies & Beverages                   117,113
           14,950                    9,790              Cleaning & Laundry                               15,440
           31,070                   11,803              Consultancy                                      45,500
            3,210                   37,774              Equipment Hire                                   28,610
           46,997                   60,253              External Contract labour                         49,088
            5,500                    5,980              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                      700
           29,335                    3,260              Miscellaneous Expenses                           18,383
            1,526                    2,463              Periodicals and publications                        570
              900                      377              Photography Expenses                              1,520
                0                      122              Plants/Flowers                                      200
           37,856                   41,142              Podiatry Fees                                    42,000
              500                    5,037              Postage and couriers                              2,147
           13,600                   18,684              Printing                                         15,656
            7,000                    3,657              Public Notices/Tenders                                0
           46,941                   22,780              Rental & outgoings                               54,441
                0                      252              Security service                                  7,600
            5,525                    4,779              Stationery and office supplies                    4,300
           50,949                   43,024              Stores and materials                             37,954
              650                    1,393              Subscription and membership                         648
           72,700                   12,381              Power                                            72,703
                0                        0              Gas                                                   0
           16,100                    7,407              Water rates and consumption                      17,400
                0                        0              Claims' Excess                                        0



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                                                        OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                 2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                         ($)

                                                            COMMUNITY SERVICES UNIT

                                                            Direct Expenses
                0                          0                Public Liability                                       0
           28,942                     28,816                Other General Insurances                          33,611
           27,314                     27,325                Depreciation - Buildings                          27,339
            1,179                      1,179                Depreciation - Fixed Plant                         1,332
            4,244                      4,691                Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                     5,263
            3,548                      3,720                Depreciation - Computers                           3,634
            1,475                      1,476                Depreciation - Minor Eqp/Tools                     1,537
                0                          0                Interest Paid Loans                                    0
                0                          0                Loss on disposal of Investment                         0
                0                          0                Provision for bad debts                                0
          415,500                    363,725                Donation and sponsorships                        533,751
                0                          0                Fire service levy                                      0
              500                         83                Statutory fees and Charges                           504
                0                         (8)               Rates and Taxes                                        0
            2,400                      2,314                Local Conferences                                  3,500
                0                          0                Interstate/O'seas Conferences                          0
                0                          0                Airline Expenses                                       0
              325                        173                Travel Expenses                                      425
           28,800                     27,840                Gifts & Presentations                             43,600
        2,654,108                2,462,057                                                                  2,907,671

                                                            General Expenses/Allocations
           15,642                     14,658                CEO Administration                                18,093
            9,564                      8,438                Office of Director Corporate Services             11,695
            6,192                      5,882                Corporate Support Administration                   7,132
            1,018                      1,067                Records Management                                 2,520
           80,844                     75,272                Office of Manager- Financial Services             62,746
           24,498                     19,086                Financial Accounting                              27,502
           57,162                     50,530                Human Resources Unit                              67,016
           29,292                     22,519                Information Services Unit                         33,437
           60,720                     53,933                Office of Director Service Units                  65,556
            1,344                      1,306                Customer Service                                   1,389
                0                          0                Office of Manager-Community Services                   0
           35,466                     34,947                Property Management Unit                          44,316
            4,820                     21,597                Fleet and Plant Management                        19,070
                0                          1                Public Relations                                       0
               96                        106                Central Business Services                            158
                0                        289                Trade Services                                       200
          194,019                    253,012                Internal Charges                                 191,636
          520,677                    562,642                                                                 552,466

        3,174,785                3,024,699                  Total Expenses                                  3,460,137


                                                            Internal Recovery
                0                          (1)              Office of Manager-Community Services                   0
          (76,999)                    (65,942)              Rest Centres                                           0
                0                           0               Security and Surveillance                        (10,044)
                0                           0               Off Street Parking Operations                    (81,476)
                0                           0               Office of Manager- Operation                      (3,636)
         (201,687)                   (319,828)              Internal Recovery                               (191,636)
         (278,686)                   (385,771)              Total Recovery                                  (286,792)




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                                                    OPERATING STATEMENT                            As At      23/07/2001
                                                   SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                         Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate       Prgm Ref                   Description                    Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                        ($)


        2,896,099                2,638,928              Balance Allocated to Programmes                    3,173,345

                                                        COMMUNITY SERVICES UNIT
           697,273                 680,506              EDUCATION AND WELFARE                                732,041
          203,030                  194,842                 Child Care Centre - Occasional Care               274,098
          428,742                  420,163                 Child Care Centre - Long Day                      391,192
           12,500                   12,500                 Donation - Families & Children Assoc.              12,504
           35,500                   35,500                 Donation - Rod Evans Centre                        36,743
           12,500                   12,500                 Donation - Aged & Disabled                         12,504
            5,000                    5,000                 Donations - Other Welfare                           5,000
                0                        0                 Administration                                          1
           708,416                 646,958              COMMUNITY AMENITIES                                  739,835
          163,008                  148,759                 Public Conveniences                               196,198
          430,268                  393,048                 City Place Rest Centre                            421,442
          115,140                  105,151                 Perth Town Hall Rest Centre                       122,195
         1,460,410               1,281,464              RECREATION & CULTURE                               1,672,629
          450,543                  399,299                 City Place Community Centre                       462,101
          184,785                  154,185                 Perth Town Hall                                   171,020
          203,839                  211,468                 Community Recreation Programs                     269,660
                0                        0                 Perth City Library                                      0
          261,242                  196,514                 Community Arts Program                            394,848
           40,000                        0                 City Art Foundation                                40,000
          100,000                  100,000                 Perth Theatre                                     100,000
          220,000                  220,000                 Donations & Sponsorships                          235,000
                  0                      0              TRANSPORT                                             (1,161)
                0                        0                 Multistory Carpark Operations                      (1,161)
            30,000                  30,000              OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                             30,000
           30,000                   30,000                 Other Unclassified                                 30,000
        2,896,099                2,638,928              Total Cost of Programmes                           3,173,345

        2,896,099                2,638,928              Balance Allocated to Programmes                    3,173,345




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                                                    OPERATING STATEMENT                       As At      23/07/2001
                                                   SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                    Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate       Prgm Ref                     Description             Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                           2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                   ($)

                                                        COMPLIANCE UNIT

                                                        Direct Expenses
        2,962,775                2,497,917              Pemanent staff salaries                       3,145,233
          290,107                  272,503              Annual Leave                                    306,854
           74,069                   60,470              Long Service Leave                               78,346
                0                  106,029              Sick Leave                                            0
          197,188                  243,161              Overtime                                        205,099
           25,400                   38,302              Other Salaries/Allowances                        26,363
           71,534                   36,204              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                  45,150
            1,000                      167              Employees Gratuities                              1,000
          399,234                  343,345              Superannuation contribution                     459,736
          116,442                  116,709              Worker's compensation insurance                 142,570
           37,404                   34,287              Fringe benefits tax                              50,934
           15,800                    5,144              Staff Recruitment Cost                           13,500
            8,996                   27,939              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                          5,102
           44,800                   29,888              Staff Training and seminars - Local              51,200
           48,302                   34,968              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                       64,561
                0                    1,158              Medical, safety and welfare                           0
                0                        0              Other employee costs                              8,272
            2,500                      417              Advertising - Press                               2,500
           14,500                    3,643              Promotions/Displays                              14,500
          118,428                   88,577              Telephone                                        85,256
           43,600                   46,298              Legal Fees                                       42,600
          400,000                  724,362              Prosecution Fee                                 532,500
          113,791                  122,022              Equipment Maintenance                            83,466
          100,000                   88,261              Other Maintenance                                83,800
           55,000                   15,982              Systems Software Maintenance                     47,000
            6,300                    1,050              Hardware Maintenance                              6,300
                0                       88              Application Software Maintenance                      0
                0                       29              Fuel & Lubricants                                     0
           26,293                    6,918              Assets Not Capitalised                           14,990
            7,450                    1,242              Bank Charges                                          0
            7,400                    5,921              Catering Supplies & Beverages                     7,890
            8,980                   10,825              Cleaning & Laundry                                7,980
                0                      894              Consultancy                                      40,000
           55,000                   32,700              Equipment Hire                                   65,550
                0                   29,782              External Contract labour                              0
                0                      338              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                        0
           64,546                   22,014              Miscellaneous Expenses                           27,872
            2,370                    2,673              Periodicals and publications                      3,648
            3,860                    3,470              Photography Expenses                              3,700
                0                      105              Plants/Flowers                                      100
            5,743                    3,594              Podiatry Fees                                     3,868
          115,000                   89,202              Postage and couriers                             93,741
           29,350                   21,132              Printing                                         27,850
           18,796                   22,953              Public Notices/Tenders                           22,500
                0                    4,259              Rental & outgoings                                    0
          127,000                  141,855              Security service                                148,000
           23,000                   29,938              Stationery and office supplies                   27,000
           34,450                   15,680              Stores and materials                             32,450
              500                      358              Subscription and membership                         525
                0                    7,733              Power                                             4,000
                0                        0              Gas                                               2,857
                0                    1,205              Water rates and consumption                           0
           43,211                   43,211              Other General Insurances                         51,832
            6,821                    7,381              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                    6,915



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                                                     OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At       23/07/2001
                                                    SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                       Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate        Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                              2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                         COMPLIANCE UNIT

                                                         Direct Expenses
           48,038                    34,980              Depreciation - Computers                            50,592
              417                       415              Depreciation - Minor Eqp/Tools                         425
                0                       250              Donation and sponsorships                                0
            2,850                       957              Statutory fees and Charges                          34,216
            1,000                       308              Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                     1,000
              100                       219              Entertainment Expenses - FBT                           100
           26,730                    12,449              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                       27,250
              500                       331              Travel Expenses                                        500
              100                        76              Gifts & Presentations                                  100
                0                    35,000              Other Operating cost                                     0
        5,806,675                5,529,286                                                               6,209,294

                                                         General Expenses/Allocations
           12,533                   11,745               CEO Administration                                 14,455
            9,430                    8,325               Office of Director Corporate Services              11,189
           13,075                   15,084               Corporate Support Administration                   14,912
            2,781                    1,509               Records Management                                  2,766
           35,517                   30,335               Office of Manager- Financial Services              96,415
           12,223                   12,174               Financial Accounting                               11,126
          115,258                  101,850               Human Resources Unit                              132,646
           67,697                   52,045               Information Services Unit                          77,285
           60,719                   53,932               Office of Director Service Units                   65,556
          228,099                  223,256               Customer Service                                  165,759
                0                        0               Rest Centres                                       10,044
                0                        1               Office of Manager Compliance                            0
                0                        0               Parking Services                                        0
          177,409                  174,817               Property Management Unit                          190,126
           72,999                  140,986               Fleet and Plant Management                        142,247
                0                        0               Public Relations                                        0
            1,116                    1,246               Central Business Services                           1,785
                0                      158               Trade Services                                          0
        1,295,357                1,307,614               Internal Charges                                1,538,662
        2,104,213                2,135,077                                                               2,474,974

        7,910,888                7,664,363               Total Expenses                                  8,684,268


                                                         Internal Recovery
                0                        0               Parking Services                                         0
       (1,346,965)              (1,400,322)              Internal Recovery                               (1,538,662)
       (1,346,965)              (1,400,322)              Total Recovery                                  (1,538,662)


        6,563,923                6,264,041               Balance Allocated to Programmes                 7,145,606




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                                                     OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                    SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate        Prgm Ref                    Description                Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                              2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                      ($)

                                                         COMPLIANCE UNIT
            13,500                  23,536               GOVERNANCE                                         31,717
           13,500                   23,536                  Administration                                  31,717
         1,126,963               1,006,572               LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY                      1,316,007
           39,552                   38,056                  Fire Prevention & Control                       50,837
           52,763                   56,730                  Animal Registration & Control                   77,173
          497,758                  440,618                  Security Services                              542,260
          536,890                  471,168                  Security Surveillance                          645,737
           818,969                 746,938               HEALTH                                            818,501
           19,224                   15,840                  Immunisation                                    16,301
          310,431                  288,722                  Food Control                                   317,609
                0                    2,222                  Registration / Licencing & Control               2,222
          411,919                  383,112                  Administration                                 421,443
           57,000                   46,133                  Pest Control                                    40,500
           20,396                   10,910                  Healthy Choices Dining Award                    20,426
           277,233                 248,138               COMMUNITY AMENITIES                               350,729
           20,000                    9,086                  Graffiti Control                                20,000
           59,328                   62,444                  Litter Control                                  91,255
           39,552                   42,127                  Abandoned Vehicles                              60,837
          112,239                   86,049                  Pollution Control                              119,327
           46,114                   48,433                  Planning Enforcement                            59,310
            19,701                   6,852               RECREATION & CULTURE                               10,000
                0                        0                  Perth City Library                                   0
           19,701                    6,852                  Parades & Festivals                             10,000
         4,307,557               4,232,005               TRANSPORT                                       4,618,652
                2                        1                  Multistory Carpark Operations                        0
          107,844                  103,303                  Multistory Inspectorial                        142,997
                0                        0                  Ground Level Carpark Operations                      0
          614,830                  591,860                  Ground Level Inspectorial                      641,662
        3,584,881                3,536,842                  Parking Inspectorial Control                 3,833,993
                0                       (1)                 Other Parking Services                               0
                0                        0                  Administration                                       0
                  0                      0               OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                              (1)
                0                        0                  Administration                                      (1)
        6,563,923                6,264,041               Total Cost of Programmes                        7,145,606

        6,563,923                6,264,041               Balance Allocated to Programmes                 7,145,606




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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                          LIBRARY SERVICES UNIT

                                                          Direct Expenses
          544,954                    529,736              Pemanent staff salaries                          575,405
           53,125                     54,423              Annual Leave                                      56,126
           14,976                     13,786              Long Service Leave                                14,410
                0                      8,599              Sick Leave                                             0
            1,661                        331              Overtime                                           1,747
                0                      5,933              Other Salaries/Allowances                              0
           32,316                     19,048              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                   28,840
           82,585                     68,163              Superannuation contribution                       93,082
           22,122                     22,173              Worker's compensation insurance                   23,678
            3,306                        556              Staff Recruitment Cost                             3,945
           10,286                      2,611              Staff Training and seminars - Local                3,630
            2,160                        825              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                         2,360
                0                          0              Advertising Agents Fees                            2,000
            4,230                        495              Advertising - Press                               12,650
           10,356                      2,503              Promotions/Displays                               17,890
            7,038                      6,553              Telephone                                          6,192
            1,350                      1,680              Debt Collection                                    1,680
            3,520                      1,586              Equipment Maintenance                              2,955
            1,110                      1,457              Other Maintenance                                  1,515
            9,415                     11,085              Systems Software Maintenance                         700
            9,410                      6,065              Assets Not Capitalised                             8,900
            2,080                      1,541              Catering Supplies & Beverages                      2,360
           16,176                      5,065              Cleaning & Laundry                                17,460
           38,016                     23,479              Consultancy                                       35,082
            3,549                      5,163              Equipment Hire                                     3,411
                0                          0              External Contract labour                               0
                0                          9              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                         0
           17,740                     10,627              Library Stock Purchases                           16,870
            3,288                      1,224              Miscellaneous Expenses                             1,590
           10,212                      8,407              Periodicals and publications                      10,915
            2,670                        617              Photography Expenses                               1,370
              200                          0              Plants/Flowers                                       200
            1,439                      2,500              Postage and couriers                               3,039
           57,572                      8,820              Printing                                          95,380
          237,156                    220,503              Rental & outgoings                               237,150
            9,400                      9,359              Stationery and office supplies                    10,515
              110                         28              Subscription and membership                          150
           14,852                     14,003              Power                                             15,825
            4,392                      4,392              Other General Insurances                           5,186
            1,176                      1,596              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                     1,387
           13,014                     15,855              Depreciation - Computers                          15,277
                0                          0              Local Conferences                                  1,050
            1,950                      1,515              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                      3,460
              408                        190              Travel Expenses                                      405
            1,150                        488              Gifts & Presentations                              1,475
           16,300                     16,677              Other Operating cost                              12,100
        1,266,770                1,109,666                                                                1,349,362

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
           11,880                     11,280              CEO Administration                                 13,883
           10,812                     10,364              Office of Director Corporate Services              14,681
            6,432                      6,187              Corporate Support Administration                    7,262
            2,073                      1,271              Records Management                                  2,442
           34,464                     32,440              Office of Manager- Financial Services              32,308



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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                    As At      23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                 Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description          Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                          2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                  ($)

                                                          LIBRARY SERVICES UNIT

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
            7,080                      5,851              Financial Accounting                          8,685
           23,544                     19,710              Human Resources Unit                         25,807
          103,140                     85,447              Information Services Unit                   126,882
           36,467                     52,108              Office of Director Service Units             65,556
            1,716                      1,644              Customer Service                              1,910
                0                          0              Library Services Unit                             0
            1,440                      1,662              Property Management Unit                          0
            2,364                        975              Fleet and Plant Management                        0
                0                          0              Public Relations                                  0
          241,412                    228,940                                                          299,416

        1,508,182                1,338,605                Total Expenses                             1,648,778


        1,508,182                1,338,605                Balance Allocated to Programmes            1,648,778

                                                          LIBRARY SERVICES UNIT
         1,508,182               1,338,605                RECREATION & CULTURE                       1,648,778
        1,447,830                1,321,424                   Perth City Library                      1,516,596
           60,352                   17,181                   History of the City                       132,182
        1,508,182                1,338,605                Total Cost of Programmes                   1,648,778

        1,508,182                1,338,605                Balance Allocated to Programmes            1,648,778




[new_bud_opstat_supsched_unit.rpt]                               Page      34
                                                     OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                    SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate        Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                              2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                      ($)

                                                         PROPERTY MANAGEMENT UNIT

                                                         Direct Expenses
          321,602                  313,113               Pemanent staff salaries                           330,648
           31,721                   29,632               Annual Leave                                       32,376
            8,098                    8,588               Long Service Leave                                  8,266
                0                    3,858               Sick Leave                                              0
            1,500                    1,277               Overtime                                              277
                0                    3,525               Other Salaries/Allowances                               0
           43,653                   40,731               Superannuation contribution                        48,268
           12,733                   12,733               Worker's compensation insurance                    13,065
           19,248                   17,644               Fringe benefits tax                                20,548
            3,000                    2,657               Staff Training and seminars - Local                 2,670
            1,200                      335               Safety Clothing & Uniforms                          1,000
                0                        0               Other employee costs                                1,100
              696                      116               Advertising - Press                                     0
           21,684                   18,802               Telephone                                          19,177
                0                      340               Telecom Data Line                                       0
           12,000                   17,842               Legal Fees                                         14,000
          197,507                  221,199               Equipment Maintenance                             211,126
          914,650                1,020,638               Other Maintenance                               1,008,127
                0                      813               Fuel & Lubricants                                       0
                0                   19,743               Assets Not Capitalised                             10,531
              300                    9,463               Catering Supplies & Beverages                         300
          114,906                  139,482               Cleaning & Laundry                                116,418
           12,996                   60,117               Consultancy                                        21,116
                0                    2,171               Equipment Hire                                          0
                0                   14,306               External Contract labour                                0
                0                       75               Kitchen & Catering Consumables                          0
                0                        0               Lease and Hire cost                                 1,200
                0                        0               Library Stock Purchases                                 0
          100,252                    8,526               Miscellaneous Expenses                                319
              204                       94               Periodicals and publications                           20
              156                       26               Photography Expenses                                    0
            1,500                    1,563               Postage and couriers                                1,748
              504                    2,457               Printing                                            1,500
            6,000                    9,040               Public Notices/Tenders                              6,000
         (145,816)                  (5,465)              Rental & outgoings                                      0
           11,844                   18,205               Security service                                   45,839
            1,500                    4,014               Stationery and office supplies                      3,000
                0                   10,897               Stores and materials                                    0
            1,500                    1,638               Subscription and membership                         1,500
            9,996                   13,665               Valuation Fees                                      5,000
                0                        0               Other professional fees                                 0
          516,076                  472,459               Power                                             525,279
           49,380                   36,442               Water rates and consumption                        27,739
           91,407                   74,224               Other General Insurances                           98,620
        1,907,220                1,907,649               Depreciation - Buildings                        2,835,292
          131,148                  131,368               Depreciation - Fixed Plant                        131,226
          371,388                  392,153               Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                    379,925
            2,460                    2,457               Depreciation - Computers                            2,394
           44,748                   44,758               Depreciation - Leasehold Improvements              36,637
               96                       95               Depreciation - Minor Eqp/Tools                        168
                0                        0               Interest Paid Loans                               892,930
           11,868                      474               Fire service levy                                   9,269
            1,000                    1,342               Statutory fees and Charges                              0
                0                    8,820               Parking Bays Licence Fees                           4,449



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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                          PROPERTY MANAGEMENT UNIT

                                                          Direct Expenses
              8,842                   22,932              Rates and Taxes                                    57,343
              1,600                      365              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                           0
                  0                       20              Travel Expenses                                         0
                  0                      139              Gifts & Presentations                                 129
        4,842,367                5,119,556                                                                6,926,539

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
           10,624                      9,958              CEO Administration                                 12,255
            6,426                      5,670              Office of Director Corporate Services               7,426
           11,601                     10,982              Corporate Support Administration                   13,227
              213                        209              Records Management                                    459
           82,254                     77,993              Office of Manager- Financial Services             610,436
           24,427                     17,499              Financial Accounting                               27,368
          978,279                    929,233              Management Accounting                                   0
           14,124                     12,485              Human Resources Unit                               16,648
           38,405                     29,525              Information Services Unit                          43,842
           60,719                     53,932              Office of Director Service Units                   65,556
            1,476                      1,344              Customer Service                                    2,605
          658,684                    634,283              Property Management Unit                          100,613
           10,526                     20,467              Fleet and Plant Management                         21,909
                0                        494              Public Relations                                        0
            1,344                        160              Central Business Services                           2,153
          753,690                    656,034              Internal Charges                                1,789,398
        2,652,792                2,460,268                                                                2,713,895

        7,495,159                7,579,824                Total Expenses                                  9,640,434


                                                          Internal Recovery
                  0                       0               Members of the Council                          (165,562)
                  0                       0               CEO Administration                               (84,946)
                  0                       0               CEO- Project Management                          (17,213)
                  0                       0               Office of Director Corporate Services            (32,276)
                  0                       0               Corporate Support Administration                (394,952)
                  0                       0               Civic and Ceremonial                            (141,299)
                  0                       0               Records Management                              (104,069)
                  0                       0               Office of Manager- Financial Services            (18,027)
                  0                       0               Financial Accounting                             (52,795)
                  0                       0               Management Accounting                            (52,579)
                  0                       0               Revenue Accounting                               (43,760)
                  0                       0               Human Resources Unit                             (57,134)
                  0                       0               Information Services Unit                        (93,988)
                  0                       0               Office of Director Service Units                 (25,846)
                  0                       0               Office of Manager- Approval                      (43,695)
                  0                       0               Customer Service                                 (35,057)
                  0                       0               Planning                                         (35,957)
                  0                       0               Building                                         (43,156)
                  0                       0               Health                                            (7,496)
                  0                       0               Technical Services                               (28,992)
                  0                       0               Office of Manager-Community Services             (14,933)
                  0                       0               Community Arts                                    (7,393)
                  0                       0               Community Development                            (14,623)
                  0                       0               Rest Centres                                      (7,367)
                  0                       0               Office of Manager Compliance                      (5,409)



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                                                    SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                     Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate        Prgm Ref                     Description             Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                            2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                     ($)

                                                         PROPERTY MANAGEMENT UNIT

                                                         Internal Recovery
                0                        0               Parking Services                                (119,139)
                0                        0               Security and Surveillance                        (44,420)
                0                        0               Urban Environment                                (21,158)
       (2,681,190)              (2,788,047)              Property Management Unit                        (100,613)
                0                        0               Urban Development Unit                          (114,892)
                0                        0               Office of Director Strategy                      (23,181)
                0                        0               Contract Management Administration               (29,858)
                0                        0               Fleet and Plant Management                        (7,123)
                0                        0               Office of Manager- Marketing                     (19,925)
                0                        0               Public Relations                                 (12,143)
                0                        0               Promotions                                       (30,225)
                0                        0               Strategy Unit                                    (85,422)
                0                        0               Office of Business Units Director                (32,772)
          (95,664)                (103,365)              Off Street Parking Aministration                 (28,218)
                0                        0               Off Street Parking Operations                 (4,281,936)
                0                        0               Office of Manager- Area Maintenance              (14,003)
                0                        0               Office of Manager- Operation                     (15,316)
                0                        0               Office of Director Planning                      (17,834)
         (596,922)                (633,934)              Internal Recovery                             (1,789,414)
       (3,373,776)              (3,525,347)              Total Recovery                                (8,316,117)


        4,121,383                4,054,477               Balance Allocated to Programmes               1,324,318




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                                                    OPERATING STATEMENT                           As At       23/07/2001
                                                   SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                         Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate       Prgm Ref                   Description                   Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                        ($)

                                                        PROPERTY MANAGEMENT UNIT
            10,333                  10,572              GOVERNANCE                                             9,489
           10,333                   10,572                 Administration                                      9,489
                  0                      0              HEALTH                                                     0
                0                        0                 Registration / Licencing & Control                      0
            55,302                  48,659              EDUCATION AND WELFARE                                 59,142
           17,094                   19,857                 Child Care Centre - Long Day                       17,052
           38,208                   28,801                 Senior Citizen Centre - Rod Evans                  42,090
         2,869,037               2,805,003              COMMUNITY AMENITIES                                2,651,211
                0                        0                 Mindarie Refuse Site                                    0
          281,633                  252,837                 Pedestrian Walkways - Upper                       305,732
          355,538                  361,276                 City Station Concourse                            341,349
           71,616                   34,526                 City Station Retail Rental                         58,598
          109,936                   91,996                 Loading Doc. Forest Place                         105,190
                0                        0                 Loading Doc. Rental                                 6,755
           10,633                    9,854                 Public Conveniences                                10,685
           26,214                   24,287                 City Place Rest Centre                             13,745
            3,045                    2,820                 Perth Town Hall Rest Centre                           741
           67,554                   67,499                 Murray Street Mall                                 21,390
           67,480                   68,501                 Hay Street Mall                                    47,751
        1,859,379                1,883,127                 Forrest Place Mall                              1,714,330
            5,587                        0                 Air Space Licences                                  8,353
            8,916                        0                 Stall Licences                                      7,510
            1,506                    8,281                 Other Community Amenities                           9,081
                0                        0                 Administration                                          0
         1,040,997                 762,162              RECREATION & CULTURE                                 884,684
          803,321                  607,740                 Council House                                     441,480
           26,214                   31,901                 City Place Community Centre                        25,207
           28,372                   28,005                 Perth Town Hall                                     8,001
           45,684                   56,408                 Parks, Gardens & Reserves                         165,902
                0                        0                 Sports & Play Grounds                                 632
                0                        0                 Cycleways                                             716
              750                      699                 Perth City Library                                      0
          136,656                   37,409                 Concert Hall                                      242,747
           127,840                 362,248              TRANSPORT                                         (2,300,133)
                0                        0                 Access Ways & Colonnades                            3,627
                0                        0                 Crossovers                                          6,014
           56,872                   95,194                 Overpasses, Underpasses & Escalators              107,859
                0                        0                 Road Reserves Maintenance                               0
                0                        0                 Road Widening Properties                                0
           13,656                   49,953                 Multistory Carpark Operations                  (1,220,406)
           23,138                   23,864                 Ground Level Carpark Operations                (1,197,227)
                0                        0                 Parking Property Income                                 0
                0                        0                 Jetties                                                 0
           34,174                  193,236                 Administration                                          0
                0                        0                 Unclassified                                            0
            17,874                  65,834              OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                             19,924
                0                        0                 Administration                                     (1,219)
           17,874                   65,834                 Other Unclassified                                 21,144
        4,121,383                4,054,477              Total Cost of Programmes                          1,324,318

        4,121,383                4,054,477              Balance Allocated to Programmes                   1,324,318




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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                          URBAN DEVELOPMENT UNIT

                                                          Direct Expenses
          641,784                    611,261              Pemanent staff salaries                          632,243
           62,285                     66,480              Annual Leave                                      61,703
           17,229                     16,570              Long Service Leave                                15,754
                0                     12,992              Sick Leave                                             0
            2,998                        588              Overtime                                           4,842
                0                      7,419              Other Salaries/Allowances                              0
           47,550                     31,409              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                   22,451
           91,152                     81,895              Superannuation contribution                       95,179
           26,414                     26,547              Worker's compensation insurance                   25,795
           16,956                     15,543              Fringe benefits tax                               16,988
                0                     11,621              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                          14,321
           10,400                      8,012              Staff Training and seminars - Local                6,750
            2,100                        468              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                         2,100
                0                          0              Other employee costs                               1,700
              500                        130              Promotions/Displays                                  500
           16,404                     18,830              Telephone                                         17,198
              500                      1,008              Legal Fees                                         2,000
            1,500                        717              Equipment Maintenance                              2,000
              600                        220              Other Maintenance                                    600
            6,252                      6,148              Systems Software Maintenance                       8,370
            9,252                      3,318              Hardware Maintenance                               1,500
                0                          7              Motor Vehicle Repair                                   0
                0                         36              Fuel & Lubricants                                      0
            1,500                      1,588              Assets Not Capitalised                             3,150
              996                      1,044              Catering Supplies & Beverages                      1,200
                0                         12              Cleaning & Laundry                                     0
           62,499                     28,778              Consultancy                                      130,900
              250                      4,503              Equipment Hire                                     9,035
                0                     14,926              External Contract labour                          27,500
                0                        140              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                         0
            8,596                      1,121              Miscellaneous Expenses                             4,900
            1,000                         86              Periodicals and publications                         800
            1,500                        931              Photography Expenses                               1,500
              100                         36              Plants/Flowers                                       100
                0                      1,162              Postage and couriers                               1,452
            3,896                      1,322              Printing                                           5,296
           10,000                     10,239              Stationery and office supplies                    10,000
            1,000                          0              Stores and materials                               1,000
              500                        927              Subscription and membership                          800
                0                      1,136              Other professional fees                                0
           13,224                     13,225              Other General Insurances                          15,196
              756                        752              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                       751
           10,884                     14,433              Depreciation - Computers                          12,334
              300                        412              Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                     200
              300                        119              Entertainment Expenses - FBT                         450
            7,000                      2,895              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                      5,000
                0                         62              Travel Expenses                                        0
              700                        680              Gifts & Presentations                                100
        1,078,877                1,021,745                                                                1,163,657

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
           11,354                     10,736              CEO Administration                                 13,117
            7,467                      6,688              Office of Director Corporate Services               8,944
            2,046                      1,990              Corporate Support Administration                    2,334



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                                                        OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                 2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                         ($)

                                                            URBAN DEVELOPMENT UNIT

                                                            General Expenses/Allocations
              768                        695                Records Management                                 1,498
           19,695                     18,616                Office of Manager- Financial Services             29,080
            4,221                      3,327                Financial Accounting                               4,885
           24,685                     22,317                Human Resources Unit                              28,860
          106,776                     85,682                Information Services Unit                        125,953
           60,719                     53,932                Office of Director Service Units                  65,556
            2,412                      2,341                Customer Service                                   3,821
          115,989                    114,292                Property Management Unit                         114,892
                0                          0                Urban Development Unit                                 0
            9,520                     25,771                Fleet and Plant Management                        26,536
                0                          0                Public Relations                                       0
              264                        294                Central Business Services                            420
           74,992                     76,230                Internal Charges                                  83,533
          440,908                    422,911                                                                 509,429

        1,519,785                1,444,656                  Total Expenses                                  1,673,086


                                                            Internal Recovery
                0                    (193,110)              Capital cost recovery                           (238,096)
          (74,988)                    (97,200)              Internal Recovery                                (83,533)
          (74,988)                   (290,310)              Total Recovery                                  (321,629)


        1,444,797                1,154,346                  Balance Allocated to Programmes                 1,351,457

                                                            URBAN DEVELOPMENT UNIT
            69,492                  67,744                  GOVERNANCE                                         61,533
           69,492                   67,744                     Administration                                  61,533
         1,314,806               1,076,977                  COMMUNITY AMENITIES                             1,147,124
                0                        0                     Drainage - Stormwater                                0
        1,314,806                1,076,977                     Administration                               1,147,124
            60,499                   9,625                  RECREATION & CULTURE                               87,000
           10,999                    2,928                     Heirisson Island                                40,200
           49,500                    6,697                     Parks, Gardens & Reserves                       46,800
                  0                      0                  TRANSPORT                                          55,800
                0                        0                     Streets & Roads - Other                         55,800
        1,444,797                1,154,346                  Total Cost of Programmes                        1,351,457

        1,444,797                1,154,346                  Balance Allocated to Programmes                 1,351,457




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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At     23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                     Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                      ($)

                                                          DIRECTOR STRATEGY

                                                          Direct Expenses
          248,339                    202,263              Pemanent staff salaries                         251,757
           23,089                     16,822              Annual Leave                                     24,492
            6,991                      4,528              Long Service Leave                                6,253
            3,756                      5,620              Sick Leave                                            0
                0                         49              Overtime                                              0
                0                      1,993              Other Salaries/Allowances                             0
           18,648                      3,108              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                   3,000
           31,330                     30,932              Superannuation contribution                      37,115
            9,718                     10,600              Worker's compensation insurance                   9,993
            8,900                      6,675              Fringe benefits tax                               8,202
              350                      1,183              Staff Recruitment Cost                            1,050
           10,536                      8,697              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                         11,005
            4,892                      2,357              Staff Training and seminars - Local               5,275
                0                          0              Other employee costs                                500
                0                     13,636              Promotions/Displays                                   0
            7,296                      3,226              Telephone                                         4,047
              348                        346              Equipment Maintenance                               350
                0                         50              Assets Not Capitalised                                0
            1,500                      1,591              Catering Supplies & Beverages                     1,660
           60,000                     19,837              Consultancy                                           0
                0                         23              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                      500
              600                        108              Miscellaneous Expenses                              600
              396                        167              Periodicals and publications                        300
               96                         16              Photography Expenses                                600
              504                        486              Postage and couriers                                532
              519                         86              Printing                                            500
              756                        565              Stationery and office supplies                      750
              120                        221              Subscription and membership                         300
            4,392                      4,302              Other General Insurances                          4,904
              792                        517              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                      463
            2,016                      2,440              Depreciation - Computers                          3,062
            1,000                        757              Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                  9,250
            1,000                        260              Entertainment Expenses - FBT                      2,250
            7,500                      1,680              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                     7,500
                0                         31              Travel Expenses                                       0
          455,384                    345,170                                                              396,210

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
           20,501                     19,215              CEO Administration                               23,649
            5,184                      4,577              Office of Director Corporate Services             5,944
            3,862                      3,661              Corporate Support Administration                  4,409
            2,057                        792              Records Management                                2,237
           15,470                     14,398              Office of Manager- Financial Services            27,040
            3,272                      2,329              Financial Accounting                              3,709
            7,249                      6,406              Human Resources Unit                             10,543
           22,945                     16,541              Information Services Unit                        26,194
              672                        653              Customer Service                                    695
           30,144                     25,688              Property Management Unit                         23,181
            6,193                     27,643              Fleet and Plant Management                       22,820
                0                          0              Public Relations                                      0
              168                        153              Central Business Services                           683
           49,464                     48,665              Internal Charges                                139,018
          167,181                    170,721                                                              290,121



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                                                        OPERATING STATEMENT                      As At     23/07/2001
                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                  Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                     Description            Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                              2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                     ($)

                                                            DIRECTOR STRATEGY

          622,565                    515,892                Total Expenses                               686,332


                                                            Internal Recovery
         (123,384)                   (128,968)              Contract Management Administration           (145,280)
                0                           0               Fleet and Plant Management                    (17,434)
         (135,252)                   (137,465)              Office of Manager- Marketing                 (139,468)
         (130,824)                   (134,769)              Strategy Unit                                 (92,979)
                0                           0               Office of Director Planning                    (2,189)
          (84,177)                     (9,030)              Capital cost recovery                         (10,946)
          (49,464)                    (48,665)              Internal Recovery                            (139,018)
         (523,101)                   (458,897)              Total Recovery                               (547,314)


           99,464                     56,995                Balance Allocated to Programmes              139,018

                                                            DIRECTOR STRATEGY
            49,464                    56,995                GOVERNANCE                                     88,665
           49,464                     56,995                   Administration                              88,665
                  0                        0                COMMUNITY AMENITIES                            28,460
                0                          0                   Administration                              28,460
            50,000                         0                RECREATION & CULTURE                                0
           50,000                          0                   Other Heritage                                   0
                  0                        0                TRANSPORT                                      21,893
                0                          0                   Crossovers                                  21,893
                  0                        0                OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                           0
                0                          0                   Administration                                   0
                0                          0                   Apprenticeship & Training                        0
           99,464                     56,995                Total Cost of Programmes                     139,018

           99,464                     56,995                Balance Allocated to Programmes              139,018




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                                                    OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                   SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate       Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                             2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                     ($)

                                                        CONTRACT MANAGEMENT UNIT

                                                        Direct Expenses
          374,374                  342,894              Pemanent staff salaries                           432,451
           36,657                   36,206              Annual Leave                                       42,094
           10,140                    9,152              Long Service Leave                                 10,748
              671                    6,391              Sick Leave                                              0
              400                    3,764              Overtime                                            4,280
            1,000                    3,170              Other Salaries/Allowances                               0
           20,004                    7,750              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                    16,700
           46,461                   46,871              Superannuation contribution                        63,959
           14,386                   14,461              Worker's compensation insurance                    17,220
           15,492                   14,201              Fringe benefits tax                                15,419
                0                    3,059              Staff Recruitment Cost                              1,000
                0                      120              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                                0
            7,250                    2,688              Staff Training and seminars - Local                 7,400
              456                      383              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                            560
                0                        0              Other employee costs                                1,100
           13,452                   11,744              Telephone                                          11,204
            7,000                    2,443              Legal Fees                                          7,150
            4,621                    4,011              Equipment Maintenance                               1,600
        1,119,199                  832,552              Other Maintenance                               1,088,710
                0                      450              Systems Software Maintenance                            0
            2,100                      800              Application Software Maintenance                    4,088
               30                  305,210              Motor Vehicle Repair                              380,895
          346,910                  353,923              Fuel & Lubricants                                 480,319
           35,529                   37,052              Motor Vehicle Registration                         36,668
          122,053                  130,237              Motor Vehicle Insurance                           134,901
           17,748                   12,643              Assets Not Capitalised                             15,950
              852                      914              Catering Supplies & Beverages                       1,170
           36,496                   30,677              Consultancy                                        46,100
           10,000                    1,400              Equipment Hire                                     15,000
           32,004                   19,243              External Contract labour                           68,963
                0                       20              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                          0
           19,256                   11,355              Miscellaneous Expenses                              6,600
            2,150                    1,962              Periodicals and publications                        1,800
              320                      172              Photography Expenses                                  920
            2,268                    3,130              Postage and couriers                                4,009
            2,750                      142              Printing                                            1,600
           29,996                   19,899              Public Notices/Tenders                             15,500
           33,504                   34,763              Rental & outgoings                                 35,000
            6,364                    3,476              Security service                                    4,620
            3,752                    3,373              Stationery and office supplies                      3,850
          392,912                   70,907              Stores and materials                               56,429
            1,604                      928              Subscription and membership                         2,050
          413,200                  380,761              Power                                             456,500
            7,644                    7,643              Other General Insurances                            8,763
              936                    1,124              Depreciation - Fixed Plant                          2,135
            3,816                    4,509              Depreciation - Computers                            4,651
          377,248                  389,112              Depreciation - Vehicles                           425,479
        1,468,896                1,467,727              Depreciation - Infrastructure                   1,498,928
          154,380                  147,861              Depreciation - Leasehold Improvements             132,622
           15,744                   20,000              Depreciation - Mobile Plant                         1,416
            1,700                      773              Statutory fees and Charges                          1,050
                0                       54              Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                        0
            4,150                      250              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                       3,500
                0                      182              Gifts & Presentations                                   0



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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At       23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                       Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                        ($)

                                                          CONTRACT MANAGEMENT UNIT

                                                          Direct Expenses
                  0                       0               Other Operating cost                              145,000
        5,217,875                4,804,530                                                                5,718,070

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
            6,798                     22,302              CEO Administration                                 39,349
            1,240                      3,814              Office of Director Corporate Services               7,206
            2,204                     11,106              Corporate Support Administration                   19,191
            1,072                        681              Records Management                                  1,326
           21,016                     52,189              Office of Manager- Financial Services              61,480
            5,887                     10,916              Financial Accounting                               25,372
            1,405                      9,488              Human Resources Unit                               16,649
           14,801                     40,533              Information Services Unit                          79,510
              936                          0              Customer Service                                    1,910
           32,939                     32,459              Property Management Unit                           36,981
          123,372                    128,965              Office of Director Strategy                       162,713
            9,194                     18,834              Fleet and Plant Management                         28,990
                0                        909              Public Relations                                        0
                0                          0              Quality Improvement Service                           525
                0                          0              West Perth Services                                 7,434
              324                        364              Central Business Services                           7,974
                0                          0              East Perth Services                                10,913
                0                          7              Office of Manager- Operation                            0
                0                          0              Construction Services                              19,464
          563,513                     93,801              Trade Services                                      4,120
                0                          0              Mechanics                                         536,662
                0                          0              Sanitation - Day                                   17,094
                0                          0              Street Cleaning - Day                              47,775
                0                          0              Sanitation - night                                 39,071
                0                          0              Street Cleaning - night                            26,060
                0                          0              Costing Allocation                                 60,606
          729,978                    875,167              Internal Charges                                1,101,748
        1,514,679                1,301,535                                                                2,360,123

        6,732,554                6,106,065                Total Expenses                                  8,078,193


                                                          Internal Recovery
                0                        0                Contract Management Administration                  (5,267)
       (2,119,200)              (1,734,306)               Fleet and Plant Management                      (2,495,218)
                0                        0                Costing Recovery                                   (60,606)
         (559,032)                (745,070)               Internal Recovery                               (1,101,748)
       (2,678,232)              (2,479,376)               Total Recovery                                  (3,662,839)


        4,054,322                3,626,689                Balance Allocated to Programmes                 4,415,354




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                                                     OPERATING STATEMENT                           As At      23/07/2001
                                                    SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                        Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate        Prgm Ref                   Description                   Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                        ($)

                                                         CONTRACT MANAGEMENT UNIT
             2,892                   3,127               LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY                           22,329
                0                        0                  Security Services                                 22,329
            2,892                    3,127                  Administration                                         0
                  0                      0               EDUCATION AND WELFARE                                15,949
                0                        0                  Administration                                    15,949
            82,158                  88,035               COMMUNITY AMENITIES                                 172,322
                0                        0                  Rubbish Collection                                15,949
                0                        0                  City Station Concourse                             4,000
                0                        0                  Murray Street Mall                                23,190
                0                        0                  Hay Street Mall                                   18,190
                0                        0                  Forrest Place Mall                                31,190
                0                        0                  Street - Furniture                                15,949
           10,740                   10,816                  Bus Shelters                                      16,007
                0                        0                  Other Community Amenities                         15,949
           71,418                   77,219                  Administration                                    31,898
         1,107,311               1,080,688               RECREATION & CULTURE                              1,047,390
           73,884                   36,025                  Heirisson Island                                  65,764
          127,999                  121,143                  Parks, Gardens & Reserves                        252,494
           20,196                   20,204                  Cycleways                                         20,215
          649,888                  629,328                  Christmas Decorations                            708,917
          235,344                  273,988                  Administration                                         0
         2,312,052               2,284,185               TRANSPORT                                         2,679,667
            3,564                    3,565                  Access Ways & Colonnades                           3,568
          274,923                  273,756                  Drainage - Roadways                              323,052
          604,308                  604,308                  Footpaths                                        696,173
           25,000                    4,876                  Land Fill                                         25,000
            6,808                    6,779                  Median Strips                                      8,000
           24,792                   24,792                  Overpasses, Underpasses & Escalators              24,810
          581,898                  579,427                  Roads & Curbs                                    683,766
          670,533                  667,685                  Street - Lighting                                787,918
                0                        0                  Street - Trees                                         0
            9,564                    9,568                  Street Signs                                       6,950
           71,638                   71,334                  Multistory Carpark Operations                     84,179
           29,860                   29,734                  Ground Level Carpark Operations                   35,088
            8,000                    7,196                  Traffic Study                                          0
                0                        0                  Traffic Surveys                                        0
                0                        0                  Ferries                                                0
            1,164                    1,164                  Jetties                                            1,163
                0                        0                  Administration                                         0
           408,616                 190,990               ECONOMIC SERVICES                                   489,486
                0                        0                  City Vibrancy                                      7,974
                0                        0                  Retail Marketing                                   7,974
          346,000                  123,288                  Undergrounding of Power                          473,537
           62,616                   67,702                  Administration                                         0
           141,293                 (20,336)              OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                           (11,788)
          347,296                  287,012                  Administration                                         0
         (206,003)                (307,349)                 Plant Operations                                 (11,788)
                0                        0                  Other Unclassified                                     0
        4,054,322                3,626,689               Total Cost of Programmes                          4,415,354

        4,054,322                3,626,689               Balance Allocated to Programmes                   4,415,354




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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At     23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                     Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                      ($)

                                                          MARKETING UNIT

                                                          Direct Expenses
          432,636                    382,555              Pemanent staff salaries                         437,050
           42,360                     40,689              Annual Leave                                     42,795
           10,812                     11,073              Long Service Leave                               10,926
                0                     11,661              Sick Leave                                            0
            2,600                      7,604              Overtime                                          2,100
                0                      4,876              Other Salaries/Allowances                             0
                0                        154              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                     500
           58,296                     41,644              Superannuation contribution                      63,800
           17,004                     16,854              Worker's compensation insurance                  17,177
           10,944                      9,122              Fringe benefits tax                              12,754
                0                      3,331              Staff Recruitment Cost                            4,500
                0                        932              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                          3,600
            4,800                      2,040              Staff Training and seminars - Local               5,200
              600                      1,026              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                        5,600
                0                          0              Other employee costs                              1,100
          278,520                    457,804              Advertising Agents Fees                         216,920
          291,400                    385,244              Advertising - Press                             366,207
           50,000                     92,713              Advertising - Radio                              70,000
          470,000                    271,844              Advertising - TV                                470,000
           34,000                      2,600              Advertising - Multimedia                         18,000
           20,500                     74,257              Promotions/Displays                              28,000
          481,000                    429,831              Performers Fees                                 465,000
           28,464                     20,273              Telephone                                        17,499
            2,000                     15,012              Legal Fees                                        2,000
            1,500                      1,091              Equipment Maintenance                             1,000
           24,000                    253,203              Other Maintenance                               276,000
                0                        350              Application Software Maintenance                  2,250
                0                        299              Motor Vehicle Repair                                  0
                0                        135              Agency fees & commissions                             0
            1,000                     14,386              Assets Not Capitalised                            1,000
           63,140                     58,200              Catering Supplies & Beverages                    69,340
            5,300                        249              Cleaning & Laundry                                  300
          184,000                    168,236              Consultancy                                     208,000
          168,800                    258,809              Equipment Hire                                  202,300
              200                     24,300              External Contract labour                            200
                0                        258              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                    1,500
          253,000                      2,730              Miscellaneous Expenses                            6,000
              600                      4,122              Periodicals and publications                        600
           28,890                     18,495              Photography Expenses                             32,500
                0                        350              Plants/Flowers                                        0
           16,081                     28,993              Postage and couriers                             20,855
          193,800                    147,305              Printing                                        237,280
            3,000                      7,259              Public Notices/Tenders                            3,000
                0                        529              Rental & outgoings                                    0
            9,060                     44,520              Security service                                  9,810
           19,354                     11,908              Stationery and office supplies                   23,500
                0                         13              Stores and materials                                  0
                0                        406              Subscription and membership                       1,500
           21,552                     19,499              Other General Insurances                         25,471
            2,100                      2,303              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                    2,600
            7,392                      9,040              Depreciation - Computers                          8,503
              156                        151              Depreciation - Leasehold Improvements               150
          505,000                    581,046              Donation and sponsorships                       558,150
                0                      3,106              Statutory fees and Charges                        3,000



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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At       23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                       Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                        ($)

                                                          MARKETING UNIT

                                                          Direct Expenses
              1,500                    5,409              Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                        1,500
                600                      811              Entertainment Expenses - FBT                              600
                  0                      700              Local Conferences                                           0
              5,000                        0              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                           5,000
                  0                    8,735              Airline Expenses                                            0
                  0                      791              Travel Expenses                                             0
              3,750                    5,453              Gifts & Presentations                                   1,500
                  0                    5,742              Other Operating cost                                        0
        3,754,711                3,972,069                                                                3,964,137

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
           10,791                   10,114                CEO Administration                                 12,447
            6,712                    5,921                Office of Director Corporate Services               7,887
            5,918                    5,597                Corporate Support Administration                    6,743
           19,843                   14,736                Records Management                                 30,190
           36,366                   33,857                Office of Manager- Financial Services              54,647
           13,048                    9,310                Financial Accounting                               14,792
           18,206                   16,088                Human Resources Unit                               18,174
          131,326                   94,651                Information Services Unit                         149,917
            1,212                        0                Customer Service                                    3,126
           65,708                   64,748                Property Management Unit                           62,294
          135,264                  139,468                Office of Director Strategy                       139,468
            5,958                   18,044                Fleet and Plant Management                          9,775
                0                        0                Office of Manager- Marketing                      301,245
                0                    1,177                Public Relations                                  137,896
              324                      364                Central Business Services                             368
                0                        0                Costing Allocation                                744,746
          970,433                1,199,766                Internal Charges                                   92,047
        1,421,109                1,613,840                                                                1,785,763

        5,175,820                5,585,909                Total Expenses                                  5,749,900


                                                          Internal Recovery
                0                        0                Office of Manager- Marketing                     (137,896)
          (43,320)                 (43,340)               Public Relations                                        0
                0                        0                Promotions                                       (301,245)
                0                        0                Costing Recovery                                 (744,746)
         (992,108)              (1,018,551)               Internal Recovery                                 (92,047)
       (1,035,428)              (1,061,891)               Total Recovery                                  (1,275,935)


        4,140,392                4,524,018                Balance Allocated to Programmes                 4,473,965




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                                                    OPERATING STATEMENT                   As At      23/07/2001
                                                   SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate       Prgm Ref                  Description            Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                       2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                               ($)

                                                        MARKETING UNIT
           178,588                 181,558              GOVERNANCE                                  217,857
           66,828                   66,823                 Public Relations                         100,958
          111,760                  114,735                 Administration                           116,899
         1,453,684               1,568,545              RECREATION & CULTURE                      1,306,271
          831,208                  917,181                 Skyworks                                 720,620
          622,476                  651,364                 Other Cultural Activities                585,651
                  0                      0              TRANSPORT                                         0
                0                        0                 Administration                                 0
         2,508,120               2,773,915              ECONOMIC SERVICES                         2,949,836
          717,408                  760,665                 City Vibrancy                            702,735
        1,567,666                1,798,840                 Retail Marketing                       1,780,812
           41,000                   32,400                 Banners                                   36,000
          181,500                  182,010                 Perth Convention Bureau                  199,650
                0                        0                 Other Promotional                        230,640
              546                        0                 Administration                                 0
                  0                      0              OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                         0
                0                        0                 Administration                                 0
        4,140,392                4,524,018              Total Cost of Programmes                  4,473,965

        4,140,392                4,524,018              Balance Allocated to Programmes           4,473,965




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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                          STRATEGY UNIT

                                                          Direct Expenses
          664,200                    624,964              Pemanent staff salaries                          682,124
           65,040                     56,646              Annual Leave                                      66,791
           16,605                     13,265              Long Service Leave                                17,053
                0                      5,169              Sick Leave                                             0
                0                        730              Overtime                                               0
                0                      4,942              Other Salaries/Allowances                              0
           24,998                     13,968              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                   20,000
           89,501                     80,598              Superannuation contribution                       99,576
           26,100                     26,101              Worker's compensation insurance                   26,809
            1,572                      1,441              Fringe benefits tax                                7,268
            4,000                      3,662              Staff Recruitment Cost                             4,000
           16,308                     25,453              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                          25,929
           16,000                      8,630              Staff Training and seminars - Local               18,360
              400                        169              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                           400
            2,500                          0              Advertising Agents Fees                                0
                0                      1,147              Advertising - Multimedia                               0
            7,700                      1,817              Promotions/Displays                               13,700
           14,172                     12,641              Telephone                                         12,549
           20,000                     20,515              Legal Fees                                        19,000
              996                        976              Equipment Maintenance                              1,000
                0                         19              Other Maintenance                                      0
            5,004                      3,737              Application Software Maintenance                   7,000
                0                         28              Agency fees & commissions                              0
            2,552                      3,459              Catering Supplies & Beverages                      5,349
          212,502                    116,881              Consultancy                                      154,750
            1,820                        400              Equipment Hire                                     1,500
                0                        144              External Contract labour                           2,000
                0                         24              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                         0
            3,504                        736              Miscellaneous Expenses                             2,800
            4,252                      2,239              Periodicals and publications                       2,700
            8,602                      2,045              Photography Expenses                               9,000
           10,174                     15,312              Postage and couriers                              19,200
           50,800                     38,550              Printing                                          79,600
           22,556                      2,905              Public Notices/Tenders                            27,900
                0                        200              Rental & outgoings                                     0
            7,946                      7,903              Stationery and office supplies                     5,300
              996                      1,078              Subscription and membership                        1,000
            3,360                      3,360              Other General Insurances                           3,845
              554                        554              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                       469
            6,240                      9,762              Depreciation - Computers                           8,114
              800                         80              Statutory fees and Charges                           500
                0                        164              Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                       0
                0                         55              Entertainment Expenses - FBT                           0
           14,004                     10,527              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                      3,000
              900                        951              Travel Expenses                                    1,500
        1,326,658                1,123,946                                                                1,350,087

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
           11,538                     10,813              CEO Administration                                 13,308
            7,475                      6,598              Office of Director Corporate Services               8,935
            5,460                      5,168              Corporate Support Administration                    6,224
            1,834                      1,887              Records Management                                  2,561
           49,966                     46,513              Office of Manager- Financial Services              46,570
            4,882                      3,498              Financial Accounting                                5,474



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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                               As At       23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                             Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description                     Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                     2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                              ($)

                                                          STRATEGY UNIT

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
           22,299                   19,710                Human Resources Unit                                     25,807
           94,060                   72,251                Information Services Unit                               107,376
            1,872                    1,817                Customer Service                                          3,647
           89,588                   88,278                Property Management Unit                                 85,422
          130,824                  136,617                Office of Director Strategy                              92,979
                0                   14,038                Fleet and Plant Management                               14,443
                0                        0                Public Relations                                              0
              420                      480                Central Business Services                                   600
        1,205,518                1,321,251                Costing Allocation                                    1,446,516
                0                        0                Internal Charges                                              0
        1,625,736                1,728,919                                                                      1,859,862

        2,952,394                2,852,866                Total Expenses                                        3,209,949


                                                          Internal Recovery
       (1,205,520)              (1,321,240)               Costing Recovery                                      (1,446,516)
                0                        0                Internal Recovery                                              0
       (1,205,520)              (1,321,240)               Total Recovery                                        (1,446,516)


        1,746,874                1,531,626                Balance Allocated to Programmes                       1,763,433

                                                          STRATEGY UNIT
         1,072,338                   995,716              COMMUNITY AMENITIES                                   1,154,453
          117,952                    114,956                 Other Environment Protection                         293,730
          954,386                    880,760                 Town Planning & Regional Development Ser             860,723
                0                          0                 Other Community Amenities                                  0
            81,570                    86,086              RECREATION & CULTURE                                    140,507
           81,570                     86,086                 Heritage Inventory                                   140,507
           284,962                   288,033              TRANSPORT                                               295,611
          141,652                    136,789                 Street - Lighting                                    145,151
          143,310                    151,244                 Traffic Study                                        150,460
                0                          0                 Unclassified                                               0
           116,250                   161,780              ECONOMIC SERVICES                                       172,844
                0                     39,094                 Economic Research                                     50,777
          116,250                    122,686                 Economic Development Program                         122,067
           191,754                        11              OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                                    18
          191,754                         11                 Administration                                            18
        1,746,874                1,531,626                Total Cost of Programmes                              1,763,433

        1,746,874                1,531,626                Balance Allocated to Programmes                       1,763,433




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                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                     Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                      ($)

                                                          DIRECTOR BUSINESS UNITS

                                                          Direct Expenses
          272,839                    239,602              Pemanent staff salaries                         246,282
           27,180                     19,518              Annual Leave                                     24,561
            7,564                      5,573              Long Service Leave                                6,830
            8,724                      4,458              Sick Leave                                        8,458
              800                          1              Overtime                                            800
                0                      1,419              Other Salaries/Allowances                             0
                0                        770              Employees Gratuities                                  0
           37,222                     35,472              Superannuation contribution                      36,465
           10,080                     10,080              Worker's compensation insurance                   9,116
            7,428                      6,809              Fringe benefits tax                               8,647
            2,500                      1,539              Staff Recruitment Cost                            2,500
           19,938                     23,714              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                         25,089
            5,338                      4,710              Staff Training and seminars - Local               5,341
              400                        247              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                          400
                0                          0              Other employee costs                                400
              300                         60              Advertising - Press                                 300
            6,636                      5,231              Telephone                                         1,502
           15,000                     64,706              Legal Fees                                       15,000
            2,936                      1,925              Equipment Maintenance                             2,933
                0                      1,822              Motor Vehicle Repair                                  0
                0                      3,118              Fuel & Lubricants                                     0
            2,576                        516              Assets Not Capitalised                            2,575
                0                      3,038              Catering Supplies & Beverages                     1,850
                0                          4              Cleaning & Laundry                                    0
           10,000                      2,000              Consultancy                                      10,000
                0                        229              Equipment Hire                                        0
                0                      2,496              External Contract labour                              0
                0                         52              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                        0
            1,850                        503              Miscellaneous Expenses                                0
                0                      1,799              Periodicals and publications                      1,500
                0                          7              Photography Expenses                                  0
                0                         48              Plants/Flowers                                        0
            1,338                      1,241              Postage and couriers                              1,299
            1,900                        380              Printing                                          1,900
            1,500                        250              Public Notices/Tenders                            1,500
            5,800                      4,587              Stationery and office supplies                    5,800
                0                         52              Stores and materials                                  0
            2,738                        663              Subscription and membership                       1,240
                0                          0              Tipping Fees                                          0
            4,428                      4,427              Other General Insurances                          5,058
            2,808                      4,132              Depreciation - Computers                          3,516
                0                      3,413              Depreciation - Vehicles                               0
                0                        313              Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                      0
            3,996                      3,836              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                     4,000
                0                         69              Travel Expenses                                       0
          463,819                    464,831                                                              434,862

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
           21,540                     20,562              CEO Administration                                25,180
            5,808                      5,572              Office of Director Corporate Services              7,362
            7,008                      6,740              Corporate Support Administration                   7,910
            2,127                      1,019              Records Management                                 1,753
           23,196                     21,840              Office of Manager- Financial Services             41,215
           17,712                     14,628              Financial Accounting                              21,713



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                                                       SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                   Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate           Prgm Ref                     Description             Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                      ($)

                                                            DIRECTOR BUSINESS UNITS

                                                            General Expenses/Allocations
           10,524                     13,238                Human Resources Unit                            15,901
           32,916                     27,315                Information Services Unit                       40,498
              804                        781                Customer Service                                   174
           45,424                     44,758                Property Management Unit                        32,772
            3,609                     16,109                Fleet and Plant Management                      12,110
                0                          0                Public Relations                                     0
              420                        470                Central Business Services                           65
                0                      5,369                Trade Services                                       0
           55,968                     55,972                Internal Charges                                57,120
          227,056                    234,372                                                              263,773

          690,875                    699,203                Total Expenses                                698,635


                                                            Internal Recovery
                0                           0               Fleet and Plant Management                           0
                0                           0               Office of Business Units Director                    0
                0                           0               Off Street Parking Aministration              (116,257)
                0                           0               Office of Manager- Area Maintenance           (173,130)
                0                           0               Office of Manager- Operation                  (295,004)
         (634,907)                   (643,191)              Internal Recovery                              (57,124)
         (634,907)                   (643,191)              Total Recovery                                (641,515)


           55,968                     56,012                Balance Allocated to Programmes                 57,120

                                                            DIRECTOR BUSINESS UNITS
            55,968                    56,012                GOVERNANCE                                      57,120
           55,968                     56,012                   Administration                               57,120
                  0                        0                GENERAL PURPOSE FUNDING                              0
                0                          0                   Other Untied Grants                               0
                  0                        0                COMMUNITY AMENITIES                                  0
                0                          0                   Rubbish Collection                                0
                  0                        0                TRANSPORT                                            0
                0                          0                   Administration                                    0
                  0                        0                OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                            0
                0                          0                   Plant Operations                                  0
           55,968                     56,012                Total Cost of Programmes                        57,120

           55,968                     56,012                Balance Allocated to Programmes                 57,120




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                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                         Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description                  Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                                  2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                          ($)

                                                          OFF STREET PARKING UNIT

                                                          Direct Expenses
          951,675                    805,234              Pemanent staff salaries                            1,052,908
           90,939                     86,501              Annual Leave                                         104,482
           25,163                     20,605              Long Service Leave                                    28,900
           18,658                     23,723              Sick Leave                                            21,963
          245,864                    209,315              Overtime                                             269,106
                0                          0              Private motor vehicle costs                                0
                0                     11,612              Other Salaries/Allowances                                  0
           15,048                      8,989              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                        5,000
          108,347                    101,748              Superannuation contribution                          131,629
           41,716                     45,517              Worker's compensation insurance                       47,371
           16,792                     13,470              Fringe benefits tax                                   15,768
           10,008                      3,811              Staff Recruitment Cost                                12,050
            7,424                     10,002              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                              11,215
           17,004                      3,534              Staff Training and seminars - Local                   17,500
            7,004                      1,170              StaffTraining and seminars - Interstate/               2,000
           16,892                      9,086              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                            16,913
          130,000                          0              Other employee costs                                       0
                0                         97              Advertising Agents Fees                                    0
          300,000                     60,700              Advertising - Multimedia                             300,000
           24,996                      3,718              Promotions/Displays                                   25,000
           35,120                     35,628              Telephone                                             34,578
            8,000                      4,179              Legal Fees                                             8,000
          300,419                    277,465              Equipment Maintenance                                287,727
          360,533                    121,898              Other Maintenance                                    173,944
              288                        676              Systems Software Maintenance                             300
           54,933                     85,297              Agency fees & commissions                             82,280
            6,311                      4,293              Assets Not Capitalised                                 6,112
                0                      6,845              Audit fees                                             5,000
            8,064                        539              Bank Charges                                               0
            4,427                      5,431              Catering Supplies & Beverages                          4,448
           13,223                      5,476              Cleaning & Laundry                                     6,551
          240,404                    362,667              Coin Collection Fees                                 279,661
           20,000                      7,046              Consultancy                                           20,000
            1,488                      1,650              Equipment Hire                                             0
          318,752                    455,306              External Contract labour                             368,743
                0                         36              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                             0
            5,773                        603              Miscellaneous Expenses                                 2,772
              420                      1,610              Periodicals and publications                             873
                0                        200              Photography Expenses                                       0
            5,532                      5,089              Postage and couriers                                   6,632
          136,744                    110,767              Printing                                             149,817
           30,000                    106,804              Public Notices/Tenders                                30,000
          836,976                    834,217              Rental & outgoings                                   794,887
          418,530                    598,546              Security service                                     445,057
           15,489                     13,640              Stationery and office supplies                         9,817
           12,504                     14,739              Stores and materials                                  24,500
              852                        371              Subscription and membership                              873
          330,072                    270,047              Power                                                326,560
           20,965                     20,595              Water rates and consumption                           21,132
                0                          0              Claims' Excess                                             0
           89,890                     91,455              Other General Insurances                             111,337
        1,231,095                    962,495              Depreciation - Buildings                              11,134
          889,471                    430,935              Depreciation - Fixed Plant                           401,427
           15,275                     19,909              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                        17,166



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                                                     OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At       23/07/2001
                                                    SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                       Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate        Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                              2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                         OFF STREET PARKING UNIT

                                                         Direct Expenses
           10,344                   15,514               Depreciation - Computers                           16,217
          345,046                  334,251               Depreciation - Leasehold Improvements             315,054
           12,989                   10,873               Depreciation - Minor Eqp/Tools                     10,915
        1,132,735                1,085,219               Parking Bays Licence Fees                       1,844,160
            3,018                  145,749               Rates and Taxes                                    92,221
                0                      190               Entertainment Expenses - FBT                            0
                0                      990               Interstate/O'seas Conferences                       3,000
                0                      102               Gifts & Presentations                                   0
        8,943,212                7,868,174                                                               7,974,702

                                                         General Expenses/Allocations
          132,012                  122,865               CEO Administration                                154,338
           21,072                   20,265               Office of Director Corporate Services              29,502
            9,432                    9,137               Corporate Support Administration                   10,633
              517                    1,217               Records Management                                  2,527
          213,228                  200,907               Office of Manager- Financial Services             172,804
           46,272                   39,250               Financial Accounting                               56,726
           48,144                   43,200               Human Resources Unit                               48,700
           62,364                   53,065               Information Services Unit                          76,835
            5,346                    4,763               Customer Service                                   15,189
           83,240                   64,010               Rest Centres                                       81,377
          153,690                  154,365               Property Management Unit                        4,310,155
           19,766                   58,350               Fleet and Plant Management                         61,391
                0                      979               Public Relations                                        0
          110,880                  108,981               Office of Business Units Director                 116,257
        1,003,399                1,195,591               Parking Aministration                           1,005,060
                0                        0               Off Street Parking Operations                           0
          458,963                  414,325               Parking - Technical Service                       501,648
              684                      739               Central Business Services                               0
                0                        0               Trade Services                                          0
            1,362                        0               Mechanics                                               0
        1,430,280                1,748,614               Costing Allocation                              2,666,966
          269,069                  276,537               Internal Charges                                  272,025
        4,069,720                4,517,160                                                               9,582,133

      13,012,932               12,385,334                Total Expenses                              17,556,835


                                                         Internal Recovery
                0                        0               Off Street Parking Aministration                         0
       (1,456,122)              (1,609,916)              Off Street Parking Operations                   (1,506,708)
                0                        0               Parking Technical Sevices                                0
                0                        0               Trade Services                                           0
       (1,589,012)              (1,576,944)              Costing Recovery                                (2,666,978)
         (316,548)                (111,054)              Capital cost recovery                             (320,030)
         (269,069)                (276,537)              Internal Recovery                                 (272,025)
       (3,630,751)              (3,574,451)              Total Recovery                                  (4,765,741)


        9,382,181                8,810,883               Balance Allocated to Programmes             12,791,094




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                                                     OPERATING STATEMENT                      As At     23/07/2001
                                                    SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                  Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate        Prgm Ref                  Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                           2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                  ($)

                                                         OFF STREET PARKING UNIT
           269,069                 276,537               GOVERNANCE                                  272,025
          269,069                  276,537                  Administration                           272,025
         9,113,112               8,534,346               TRANSPORT                                12,519,069
        5,337,433                4,413,797                  Multistory Carpark Operations          6,851,649
        3,098,131                2,996,222                  Ground Level Carpark Operations        4,112,855
        1,132,351                1,124,337                  Kerbside Parking                       1,645,975
                0                        0                  Parking Inspectorial Control                   0
                0                        0                  Other Parking Services                         0
         (454,803)                     (10)                 Administration                           (91,409)
        9,382,181                8,810,883               Total Cost of Programmes                 12,791,094

        9,382,181                8,810,883               Balance Allocated to Programmes          12,791,094




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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                          AREA MAINTENANCE UNIT

                                                          Direct Expenses
        1,215,211                    986,662              Pemanent staff salaries                         1,269,602
          128,193                    121,461              Annual Leave                                      131,856
           35,449                     23,030              Long Service Leave                                 36,574
           34,691                     38,510              Sick Leave                                         36,515
           54,797                     47,065              Service Pay                                        51,653
          108,025                     97,948              Overtime                                           99,936
           52,974                     13,109              Other Salaries/Allowances                          55,117
                0                      7,767              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                         0
          156,862                    134,487              Superannuation contribution                       173,057
           51,880                     51,881              Worker's compensation insurance                    53,257
            4,140                      4,014              Fringe benefits tax                                 4,660
           12,153                      9,482              Staff Recruitment Cost                              8,117
                0                      4,750              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                                0
            9,112                      3,175              Staff Training and seminars - Local                13,622
           24,800                     18,951              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                         24,802
                0                     22,763              Other employee costs                                    0
                0                      4,227              Advertising - Press                                     0
                0                         68              Promotions/Displays                                     0
           16,836                     22,008              Telephone                                          25,643
                0                        543              Legal Fees                                              0
            5,382                     42,977              Equipment Maintenance                               5,434
          477,010                    320,445              Other Maintenance                                 475,948
            2,000                        400              Systems Software Maintenance                        2,000
                0                        214              Motor Vehicle Repair                                    0
                0                      8,092              Fuel & Lubricants                                       0
            5,612                      5,196              Assets Not Capitalised                              5,620
              256                      2,969              Catering Supplies & Beverages                       2,257
                0                        397              Cleaning & Laundry                                      0
            5,000                     11,821              Consultancy                                         5,000
                0                     14,656              Equipment Hire                                          0
          305,430                    487,005              External Contract labour                          196,431
                0                        140              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                          0
           10,056                      2,229              Miscellaneous Expenses                             22,586
              996                      1,059              Periodicals and publications                        1,000
                0                        255              Photography Expenses                                    0
                0                          0              Plants/Flowers                                          0
                0                        127              Postage and couriers                                  241
                0                      2,063              Printing                                                0
                0                      6,387              Security service                                        0
            7,903                      8,184              Stationery and office supplies                      8,035
          522,580                    399,267              Stores and materials                              448,049
                0                        385              Subscription and membership                             0
                0                      7,567              Tipping Fees                                            0
          129,076                    137,317              Power                                             163,569
          125,721                     94,251              Water rates and consumption                       127,642
                0                        147              Claims' Excess                                          0
            5,984                      6,014              Other General Insurances                            6,192
           19,344                     17,860              Depreciation - Buildings                            8,647
            3,056                      6,337              Depreciation - Fixed Plant                          7,097
                0                      1,471              Depreciation - Computers                            1,918
                0                          0              Depreciation - Infrastructure                       2,173
            3,601                      3,532              Depreciation - Leasehold Improvements               3,547
              517                        180              Statutory fees and Charges                            524
                0                        191              Entertainment Expenses - Non FBT                        0



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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At      23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                      Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                          AREA MAINTENANCE UNIT

                                                          Direct Expenses
              3,750                    3,006              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                          5,750
        3,538,397                3,204,039                                                                3,484,069

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
           11,052                   10,572                CEO Administration                                 12,955
            8,016                    7,706                Office of Director Corporate Services              10,593
            1,968                    2,048                Corporate Support Administration                    2,443
                0                      114                Records Management                                    297
           65,976                   62,251                Office of Manager- Financial Services              80,756
           19,608                   16,211                Financial Accounting                               24,070
           78,096                   60,421                Human Resources Unit                               94,710
           10,500                    8,725                Information Services Unit                          12,940
              362                      465                Customer Service                                    1,563
            5,532                    5,451                Property Management Unit                           14,003
          327,165                  310,923                Fleet and Plant Management                        452,329
                0                        0                Public Relations                                        0
          174,852                  171,856                Office of Business Units Director                 173,130
                0                        0                Office of Manager- Area Maintenance               856,748
                0                        0                Quality Improvement Service                        13,654
          142,781                   72,835                Office of Manager- Operation                      140,630
                0                        0                Trade Services                                          0
        2,402,238                1,326,074                Costing Allocation                              2,728,363
                0                        0                Internal Charges                                        0
        3,248,146                2,055,651                                                                4,619,184

        6,786,543                5,259,690                Total Expenses                                  8,103,254


                                                          Internal Recovery
                  0                       0               Members of the Council                               (840)
                  0                       0               CEO Administration                                   (210)
                  0                       0               Office of Director Corporate Services                (105)
                  0                       0               Corporate Support Administration                   (2,101)
                  0                       0               Records Management                                   (158)
                  0                       0               Office of Manager- Financial Services                (736)
                  0                       0               Financial Accounting                                  (53)
                  0                       0               Management Accounting                                (120)
                  0                       0               Revenue Accounting                                   (210)
                  0                       0               Human Resources Unit                                 (578)
                  0                       0               Information Services Unit                            (420)
                  0                       0               Office of Director Service Units                     (158)
                  0                       0               Office of Manager- Approval                        (1,050)
                  0                       0               Customer Service                                     (158)
                  0                       0               Office of Manager-Community Services                 (158)
                  0                       0               Office of Manager Compliance                       (1,260)
                  0                       0               Security and Surveillance                            (525)
                  0                       0               Property Management Unit                           (2,153)
                  0                       0               Urban Development Unit                               (420)
                  0                       0               Office of Director Strategy                          (683)
                  0                       0               Contract Management Administration                   (525)
                  0                       0               Fleet and Plant Management                        (26,321)
                  0                       0               Office of Manager- Marketing                         (368)
                  0                       0               Strategy Unit                                        (600)
                  0                       0               Office of Business Units Director                     (65)



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                                                     OPERATING STATEMENT                   As At       23/07/2001
                                                    SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                 Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate        Prgm Ref                     Description         Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                        2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                 ($)

                                                         AREA MAINTENANCE UNIT

                                                         Internal Recovery
                0                        0               Quality Improvement Service                  (71,466)
                0                        0               West Perth Services                         (276,602)
          (10,656)                 (10,666)              Central Business Services                   (236,875)
                0                        0               East Perth Services                         (285,459)
                0                        0               Office of Manager- Operation                 (18,602)
                0                        0               Trade Services                                     0
       (2,502,212)              (1,528,588)              Costing Recovery                          (2,728,360)
                0                        0               Internal Recovery                                  0
       (2,512,868)              (1,539,254)              Total Recovery                            (3,657,339)


        4,273,675                3,720,435               Balance Allocated to Programmes           4,445,914




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                                                    OPERATING STATEMENT                           As At      23/07/2001
                                                   SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                        Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate       Prgm Ref                   Description                   Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                        AREA MAINTENANCE UNIT
             5,138                     856              LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY                              291
            5,138                      856                 Police Post                                          291
            18,998                  13,141              EDUCATION AND WELFARE                                21,605
            5,449                    1,238                 Child Care Centre - Long Day                       6,514
           13,549                   11,903                 Senior Citizen Centre - Rod Evans                 15,091
           148,688                  94,930              COMMUNITY AMENITIES                                 178,337
            1,842                      326                 Pedestrian Walkways - Upper                            0
           23,880                   15,419                 City Station Concourse                            19,604
            3,478                      769                 Loading Doc. Forest Place                          4,345
            2,238                      180                 Public Conveniences                                2,262
            1,509                      121                 City Place Rest Centre                                 0
            5,653                      453                 Perth Town Hall Rest Centre                            0
           36,514                   24,632                 Murray Street Mall                                59,045
           35,477                   23,899                 Hay Street Mall                                   53,815
           38,097                   28,391                 Forrest Place Mall                                39,266
                0                      740                 Bus Shelters                                           0
         2,931,420               2,563,164              RECREATION & CULTURE                              2,846,556
            7,605                      116                 City Place Community Centre                        3,855
            3,886                    2,153                 Perth Town Hall                                        0
                0                        0                 Narrows Interchange                                    0
                0                        0                 Heirisson Island                                       0
        2,523,225                2,204,246                 Parks, Gardens & Reserves                      2,524,855
          269,335                  248,698                 Sports & Play Grounds                            237,144
           78,528                   66,557                 Conservatory                                      65,521
            3,850                      719                 Perth City Library                                 2,113
           16,374                   32,900                 Skyworks                                          10,324
           28,616                    7,776                 Parades & Festivals                                2,745
                1                        0                 Administration                                         0
         1,167,628               1,040,439              TRANSPORT                                         1,399,125
            2,666                        0                 Overpasses, Underpasses & Escalators               3,876
                0                        0                 Roads & Curbs                                        180
          679,483                  779,095                 Road Reserves Maintenance                        958,343
            8,285                        0                 Robert Street Depot                                   80
                0                        0                 Street - Lighting                                      0
          279,912                  189,933                 Street - Trees                                   250,005
           46,599                   18,903                 Multistory Carpark Operations                     36,182
                0                        0                 Multistory Carpark Maintenance                    13,229
          145,537                   51,417                 Ground Level Carpark Operations                  108,756
                0                        0                 Ground Level Carparks Maintenance                 27,928
            5,146                    1,091                 Kerbside Parking                                     546
                  0                    168              ECONOMIC SERVICES                                         0
                0                      168                 Banners                                                0
             1,803                   7,738              OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                                 0
                0                        0                 Administration                                         0
                0                        0                 Technical Services Allocation                          0
                0                        0                 Plant Operations                                       0
            1,803                    7,737                 Other Unclassified                                     0
        4,273,675                3,720,435              Total Cost of Programmes                          4,445,914

        4,273,675                3,720,435              Balance Allocated to Programmes                   4,445,914




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                                                    OPERATING STATEMENT                       As At      23/07/2001
                                                   SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                    Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate       Prgm Ref                     Description             Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                           2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                   ($)

                                                        OPERATIONS UNIT

                                                        Direct Expenses
        2,024,616                1,773,597              Pemanent staff salaries                       2,149,142
          195,528                  181,034              Annual Leave                                    210,377
           53,436                   31,801              Long Service Leave                               57,452
           51,552                   52,204              Sick Leave                                       59,290
           90,744                   83,623              Service Pay                                      97,040
          623,076                  681,535              Overtime                                        681,948
           80,160                   43,406              Other Salaries/Allowances                       108,975
                0                    1,906              Casual/Temporary staff salaries                       0
          251,904                  245,697              Superannuation contribution                     279,479
          104,880                  104,885              Worker's compensation insurance                 111,871
            3,216                    3,991              Fringe benefits tax                               4,339
           10,752                    1,026              Staff Recruitment Cost                           10,275
           15,744                   16,018              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                         17,595
           25,392                    4,224              Staff Training and seminars - Local              21,305
           57,912                   45,407              Safety Clothing & Uniforms                       57,345
                0                      573              Advertising Agents Fees                               0
            3,240                      540              Advertising - Press                               5,800
            9,996                    1,000              Promotions/Displays                              10,000
                0                        0              Performers Fees                                     300
           33,840                   34,721              Telephone                                        35,749
                0                    3,421              Telecom Data Line                                     0
           49,212                   43,527              Equipment Maintenance                            63,585
          688,844                1,238,030              Other Maintenance                             1,260,373
                0                        0              Systems Software Maintenance                      2,725
            4,104                      684              Hardware Maintenance                                  0
                0                   16,823              Motor Vehicle Repair                                  0
           11,472                   32,513              Fuel & Lubricants                                16,581
           11,292                   21,339              Assets Not Capitalised                            6,315
            7,920                    2,295              Catering Supplies & Beverages                     1,375
                0                      252              Cleaning & Laundry                                    0
                0                   14,800              Consultancy                                           0
           17,496                   68,775              Equipment Hire                                        0
          422,232                1,030,802              External Contract labour                        434,414
                0                       39              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                        0
            1,116                   16,574              Miscellaneous Expenses                            1,028
                0                       67              Periodicals and publications                          0
                0                    2,488              Photography Expenses                                  0
                0                    1,431              Plants/Flowers                                        0
              984                      714              Postage and couriers                                527
            1,704                    8,028              Printing                                          1,164
                0                    7,089              Public Notices/Tenders                                0
                0                   37,935              Rental & outgoings                                    0
                0                   28,782              Security service                                      0
           10,668                    5,714              Stationery and office supplies                    6,404
          449,346                  331,116              Stores and materials                            558,076
                0                      100              Subscription and membership                           0
          285,748                  263,775              Tipping Fees                                    320,925
           88,980                   51,812              Power                                            56,000
            8,004                    2,200              Water rates and consumption                       8,000
                0                        0              Industrial Special Risks (ISR)                    7,203
           19,716                   10,617              Other General Insurances                         10,742
          124,140                   26,366              Depreciation - Buildings                         24,325
           87,444                   23,406              Depreciation - Fixed Plant                        7,433
           14,988                    3,794              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                      510



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                                                     OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At       23/07/2001
                                                    SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                       Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate        Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                              2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                         OPERATIONS UNIT

                                                         Direct Expenses
            1,440                       940              Depreciation - Computers                             1,417
                0                         0              Depreciation - Infrastructure                       84,272
           44,820                     7,804              Depreciation - Leasehold Improvements                    0
            9,588                     5,573              Depreciation - Minor Eqp/Tools                       6,201
            2,136                     1,625              Statutory fees and Charges                           2,441
           21,996                    10,398              Rates and Taxes                                      7,298
                0                        73              Entertainment Expenses - FBT                             0
                0                       398              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                        2,900
        6,021,378                6,629,307                                                               6,810,518

                                                         General Expenses/Allocations
           11,184                   10,432               CEO Administration                                 13,088
           10,764                   10,349               Office of Director Corporate Services              14,368
            2,088                    2,021               Corporate Support Administration                    2,356
                0                      453               Records Management                                    862
          272,904                  257,218               Office of Manager- Financial Services             212,513
           99,252                   84,212               Financial Accounting                              121,669
          124,764                  109,894               Human Resources Unit                              139,366
           31,632                   26,899               Information Services Unit                          38,885
              756                      804               Customer Service                                    3,649
                0                        0               Rest Centres                                        3,640
            8,298                    8,166               Property Management Unit                           15,316
        1,417,801                1,404,006               Fleet and Plant Management                      1,534,632
                0                        0               Public Relations                                        0
                0                        0               Office of Business Units Director                 295,004
                0                        0               Quality Improvement Service                        13,455
               60                       70               Central Business Services                           5,145
          429,115                  301,087               Office of Manager- Operation                      854,822
                0                        0               Construction Services                               6,054
                0                        0               Trade Services                                      1,809
                0                        0               Mechanics                                           3,417
           72,948                   82,179               Street Cleaning - Day                                   0
        4,388,826                4,393,951               Costing Allocation                              3,920,897
          293,208                  288,233               Internal Charges                                  471,902
        7,163,600                6,979,974                                                               7,672,849

      13,184,978               13,609,281                Total Expenses                              14,483,367


                                                         Internal Recovery
                0                        0               Child Care Centres                                    (200)
                0                        0               Fleet and Plant Management                        (505,469)
                0                        0               Office of Manager- Area Maintenance               (140,630)
         (579,731)                (453,469)              Office of Manager- Operation                       (11,280)
                0                        0               Construction Services                             (324,199)
                0                        0               Trade Services                                    (102,531)
                0                        0               Mechanics                                          (82,634)
                0                        0               Ope Sanitation Day                                 (54,218)
                0                        0               Ope Street Cleaning Day                            (86,112)
                0                        0               Ope Sanitation Night                              (150,712)
                0                        0               Ope Street Cleaning Night                          (54,416)
       (4,978,006)              (4,923,962)              Costing Recovery                                (3,920,906)
                0                        0               Capital cost recovery                             (306,028)
                0                        0               Internal Recovery                                 (471,902)



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                                                     OPERATING STATEMENT                   As At       23/07/2001
                                                    SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                 Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate        Prgm Ref                     Description         Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                        2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                 ($)

                                                         OPERATIONS UNIT

       (5,557,737)              (5,377,431)              Total Recovery                            (6,211,237)


        7,627,241                8,231,851               Balance Allocated to Programmes           8,272,130




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                                                    OPERATING STATEMENT                           As At      23/07/2001
                                                   SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                        Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate       Prgm Ref                   Description                   Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                       ($)

                                                        OPERATIONS UNIT
             5,124                   1,113              LAW, ORDER & PUBLIC SAFETY                            3,617
            5,124                    1,113                 Police Post                                        3,617
             5,465                  10,596              EDUCATION AND WELFARE                                 6,962
            2,682                       58                 Child Care Centre - Long Day                       1,546
            2,783                   10,538                 Senior Citizen Centre - Rod Evans                  5,416
         3,503,002               3,632,102              COMMUNITY AMENITIES                               3,879,932
           39,446                   34,274                 240ltr Bins                                       55,048
        1,568,560                1,596,732                 Rubbish Collection                             1,412,543
          357,070                  369,517                 Recycling                                        403,931
          364,342                  409,849                 Public Litter Bins                               398,926
           40,000                   40,033                 Graffiti Control                                  40,000
          285,748                  226,624                 Mindarie Refuse Site                             292,500
           45,378                   46,454                 Pedestrian Walkways - Upper                       60,465
           88,558                   63,278                 City Station Concourse                            96,221
           92,225                   70,908                 Loading Doc. Forest Place                        101,304
           12,916                   10,241                 Public Conveniences                                6,185
            2,724                    2,159                 City Place Rest Centre                             1,446
            4,680                    3,780                 Perth Town Hall Rest Centre                            0
          206,112                  310,574                 Murray Street Mall                               334,494
          197,478                  227,138                 Hay Street Mall                                  325,386
          163,950                  165,158                 Forrest Place Mall                               310,605
           21,816                   27,302                 Street - Furniture                                26,012
            7,498                   25,453                 Bus Shelters                                       9,110
            4,501                    2,630                 Other Community Amenities                          5,756
           450,011                 460,481              RECREATION & CULTURE                                455,208
                0                       63                 Council House                                          0
            2,666                      442                 City Place Community Centre                        1,549
           15,803                    3,608                 Perth Town Hall                                        0
                0                        0                 Narrows Interchange                                3,024
          251,380                  291,023                 Parks, Gardens & Reserves                        272,339
           27,630                   42,271                 Sports & Play Grounds                             32,999
            7,842                    5,311                 Conservatory                                       5,513
           59,650                   45,724                 Cycleways                                         83,094
                0                      987                 Perth City Library                                     0
            7,154                   14,401                 Skyworks                                               0
           10,584                   24,021                 Parades & Festivals                               20,816
           67,302                   32,162                 Christmas Decorations                             35,874
                0                      467                 Other Cultural Activities                              0
         3,524,992               3,973,344              TRANSPORT                                         3,841,479
            8,330                    4,127                 Access Ways & Colonnades                           8,544
           19,196                   15,417                 Crossovers                                        20,341
          327,970                  329,845                 Drainage - Roadways                              348,016
          289,743                  288,849                 Footpaths                                        390,941
          535,000                1,114,478                 Recoverable Works                                582,757
           13,786                    1,452                 Overpasses, Underpasses & Escalators               9,980
          324,520                  333,311                 Roads & Curbs                                    333,113
           43,089                   25,493                 Road Reserves Maintenance                         19,944
                0                   10,813                 Robert Street Depot                               17,388
        1,328,737                1,286,768                 Street - Cleaning                              1,394,320
                0                    4,852                 Street - Lighting                                      0
            6,515                    3,487                 Street - Trees                                    10,679
          115,567                   93,744                 Street Signs                                     113,274
          123,195                   97,090                 Multistory Carpark Operations                    127,458
                0                        0                 Multistory Carpark Maintenance                       518
          128,031                   80,083                 Ground Level Carpark Operations                  111,098
                0                        0                 Ground Level Carparks Maintenance                  9,893
          250,195                  272,414                 Kerbside Parking                                 334,379
                0                        0                 Parking Inspectorial Control                           0



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                                                     OPERATING STATEMENT                    As At      23/07/2001
                                                    SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                 Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate        Prgm Ref                   Description            Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                         2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                 ($)

                                                         OPERATIONS UNIT
           11,118                    11,122                 Traffic Surveys                             8,836
           107,468                   94,362              ECONOMIC SERVICES                             84,906
            2,639                     4,588                 City Vibrancy                               6,983
           90,829                    72,144                 Banners                                    77,923
           14,000                    17,631                 Undergrounding of Power                         0
            31,179                   59,853              OTHER PROPERTY & SERVICES                         27
                0                         0                 Administration                              5,556
           29,439                    58,558                 Technical Services Allocation             (17,377)
                0                         0                 Plant Operations                           11,848
                0                         0                 Stores & Materials                              0
            1,740                     1,294                 Other Unclassified                              0
        7,627,241                8,231,851               Total Cost of Programmes                   8,272,130

        7,627,241                8,231,851               Balance Allocated to Programmes            8,272,130




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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                         As At     23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                                     Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                     Description               Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                               2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                      ($)

                                                          DIRECTOR PLANNING

                                                          Direct Expenses
          203,828                     55,574              Pemanent staff salaries                         203,828
            5,098                        412              Long Service Leave                                5,098
           27,465                     16,209              Superannuation contribution                      27,465
            8,012                      8,035              Worker's compensation insurance                   8,012
            5,712                      5,236              Fringe benefits tax                               9,557
                0                     57,924              Superannuation (Sal.Sac)                              0
            2,496                      3,026              Staff Training and seminars - Local               2,496
            2,508                      2,098              Telephone                                         1,961
                0                        271              Equipment Maintenance                                 0
                0                          3              Motor Vehicle Repair                                  0
              996                      1,237              Assets Not Capitalised                              996
                0                      1,090              Catering Supplies & Beverages                         0
          233,004                    121,447              Consultancy                                     195,000
                0                     36,995              External Contract labour                              0
                0                          7              Kitchen & Catering Consumables                        0
           12,996                      1,134              Miscellaneous Expenses                           12,996
              504                        337              Periodicals and publications                        504
                0                        886              Photography Expenses                                  0
              504                        450              Postage and couriers                                394
           12,000                      8,808              Printing                                         12,000
                0                      1,643              Public Notices/Tenders                                0
            3,996                      2,210              Stationery and office supplies                    3,996
                0                        706              Subscription and membership                           0
                0                        709              Other General Insurances                            932
                0                        346              Depreciation - Furniture/Equip                      417
                0                      1,634              Depreciation - Computers                          1,960
                0                        275              Local Conferences                                     0
                0                      3,605              Interstate/O'seas Conferences                         0
              600                        100              Airline Expenses                                    600
                0                         35              Travel Expenses                                       0
          519,719                    332,442                                                              488,211

                                                          General Expenses/Allocations
                627                      912              Records Management                                 1,996
                  0                        0              Office of Manager- Financial Services             12,689
                  0                    2,034              Human Resources Unit                               5,972
                264                      257              Customer Service                                     347
              9,128                    8,995              Property Management Unit                          17,834
                  0                        0              Office of Director Strategy                        2,189
              3,055                   10,535              Fleet and Plant Management                        12,110
                  0                        0              Public Relations                                       0
           13,074                     22,733                                                                53,136

          532,793                    355,175              Total Expenses                                  541,348


          532,793                    355,175              Balance Allocated to Programmes                 541,348




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                                                      OPERATING STATEMENT                   As At     23/07/2001
                                                     SUPPORTING SCHEDULE                               Version 3


     Budget                   Estimate         Prgm Ref                  Description            Budget
    2000/2001                2000/2001                                                         2001/2002

        ($)                      ($)                                                                ($)

                                                          DIRECTOR PLANNING
           532,793                   355,175              COMMUNITY AMENITIES                       541,348
          532,793                    355,175                 Administration                         541,348
          532,793                    355,175              Total Cost of Programmes                  541,348

          532,793                    355,175              Balance Allocated to Programmes           541,348




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        The

   CITY of PERTH




  Schedules of
Fees and Charges




              ANNUAL BUDGET 2001-02
CITY OF PERTH
MUNICIPAL FEES AND CHARGES FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2001/2002

Please note that the rounding down rules apply to the total fees and charges invoiced, not each item individually.


                    DESCRIPTION                                                                  APPROVED            GST        GST        ADJUSTED
                                                                                                    Fee                      Inclusive        Fee
                                                                                                                                Fee

APPROVAL SERVICES

HISTORICAL PROPERTY SEARCH                                                                                   21.00                 21.00


ARCHIVE SEARCH FEES
Town Customers(includes 7 day service of plans only)                                                       32.00                 32.00
7 day service-City of Perth customers(incl research and collection of plans)                               45.00                 45.00
24 hour service - City of Perth customers                                                                 265.00                265.00
24 hour service - Towns to provide research                                                               210.00                210.00

PHOTOCOPYING & PLAN COPYING (costs according to plan size)
AO, A1 & A2                                                                                                 11.30     1.13        12.43         12.40
Two-five copies                                                                                              8.22     0.82         9.04          9.00
Six-fourteen copies                                                                                          7.19     0.72         7.91          7.90
Fifteen or more copies (copied externally-applicant pays direct to external party)
A3                                                                                                           1.03     0.10         1.13          1.10
A4                                                                                                           0.51     0.05         0.56          0.55

BUILDING LICENCE APPLICATIONS
Minimum Fee                                                                                                 40.00                 40.00
Classes 1 and 10                                            0.35% of construction cost                     0.35%                 0.35%
Classes 2 - 9 (inclusive)                                   0.20% of construction cost                     0.20%                 0.20%
Fences                                                                                                      40.00                 40.00
BCTIF (collecting agency only)                              0.20% of construction value                    0.20%                 0.20%
Swimming Pool licence                                                                                       40.00                 40.00

PRELIMINARY BUILDING APPROVAL
Minimum Fee                                                                                                 40.00                 40.00
                                                            25% of schedule building
Fee                                                         application fee                              25.00%                 25.00%

HOARDING/CARRY/SCAFFOLDING APPLICATION
Minimum Fee                                                                                                 40.00                 40.00
                                     per square metre, per
Fee                                  month/part thereof                                                      1.00                  1.00

ROAD/FOOTPATH OBSTRUCTION PERMIT
Fee                                                                                                         50.00     5.00        55.00

SIGN APPLICATION
Pylon Sign                                                                                                  16.00                 16.00
Illuminated Sign - on a roof                          PLUS planning /admin fees                             32.00                 32.00
Illuminated Sign - under a verandah                                                                          8.00                  8.00
Illuminated Sign - any other                                                                                16.00                 16.00
A sign other than a pylon or illuminated - on a facia or verandah                                            0.00
A sign other than a pylon or illuminated - any other sign                                                    8.00                  8.00


STRATA TITLE APPLICATION
Minimum Fee                                                                                               100.00                100.00
Application fee (per square metre)                                                                          0.20                  0.20
Archive search fee                                                                                         40.00                 40.00

PRELIMINARY STRATA INSPECTIONS
Minimum Fee                                                                                               100.00                100.00
Per unit                                                                                                   20.00                 20.00
Archive search fee                                                                                         45.00                 45.00
DEMOLITION APPLICATION


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                  DESCRIPTION                                             APPROVED      GST        GST       ADJUSTED
                                                                             Fee                Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                                   Fee
Per property per storey                                                         50.00                50.00

ALFRESCO APPLICATIONS (per annum)
                                                payment must accompany
Application Fee                                 licence                        100.00              100.00
                                                providing no changes to
Licence Transfer Fee                            proposed al fresco area         50.00               50.00

Fees for the use of public space
Central                                                                         75.00    7.50       82.50
Hay Street West                                                                 64.00    6.40       70.40
Subcentral and Northbridge                                                      56.00    5.60       61.60
Northbridge Parking Embayment                                                   33.60    3.36       36.96         36.90
General                                                                         37.50    3.75       41.25

Notes:

Only the holder of a Liquor Licence may sell
alcoholic beverages in a licensed premises.
With the consent of the City of Perth, the
holder of a Liquor Licence may be issued with
an extended trading permit which allows the
sale and supply of liquor on a road or
footpath.
Applications for a liquor licence/extended
trading permit should be directed to the
Director of Liquor Licensing.

WORK BONDS - RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT incl 1 /2/ Minor unit developments
Building Licences (excluding EPRA) - $0 -$3,000                           200.00                   200.00
Building Licences (excluding EPRA)-$20,001-
$500,000- 1% of value of construction                                     1.00%                     1.00%
Building Licences(excluding EPRA)->$500,000 -
100% cost of replacement of Council assets                              100.00%                  100.00%
EPRA Building Licences - 100% cost of
replacement of Council assets                                           100.00%                  100.00%

WORK BONDS - COMMERCIAL
Ground Floor Partitioning licences                                             200.00              200.00
General Gantry/Hoarding/Scaffolding licences                                   300.00              300.00
Gantry/Hoarding etc.-within King St Precinct-
100% cost of replacement of Council assets                                   100.00%             100.00%
Single Storey Demolition Licence                                             1,000.00            1,000.00
Multi-storey demolition's- 100% cost of
replacement of Council assets                                                100.00%             100.00%
Other Commercial Demolition's                                                1,000.00            1,000.00
Comml Dev assessed EPRA -100% cost of
replacement of Council assets                                                100.00%             100.00%
All Comm Dev CBD,EP,WP,NB over $1,000,000-
100%cost of replace Council assets                                           100.00%             100.00%

DEVELOPMENT/PLANNING FEES - Comm Deve - Estimated cost of development

Determination of development application
(other than for an extractive industry) where
the estimated cost of the development is -
Up to the value of $50,000                                                     100.00              100.00
$50,000 - $500,000                                                              0.23%               0.23%
                                                PLUS 0.18% for every $1
$500,001 - $2,500,000                           over $500,001                1,150.00             1,150.00
                                                PLUS 0.15% for every $1
$2,500,001-$5,000,000                           over $2.5m                   4,750.00             4,750.00
                                                PLUS 0.1% for every $1
$5,000,001-$21,500,000                          over $5m                     8,500.00             8,500.00


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                 DESCRIPTION                                                  APPROVED       GST          GST       ADJUSTED
                                                                                 Fee                   Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                                          Fee
More than $21,500,001                                                            25,000.00              25,000.00
Determination of development application for
an extractive industry                                                             500.00                 500.00
Provision of a subdivision clearance of -
Not more than 5 lots (per lot)                                                       50.00                  50.00
5 lots - 195 lots                                  per lot for first 5 lots          50.00                  50.00
                                                   per lot after 5 lots              25.00                  25.00
more than 195 lots                                                                5,000.00               5,000.00
Application for approval of home occupation
initial fee                                                                        150.00                 150.00
renewal fee                                                                         50.00                  50.00
Application for change of use or for change or
continuation of a non-conforming use where
development is not occurring                                                       200.00                 200.00
Issue of zoning certificate                                                         50.00                  50.00
Reply to property settlement questionnaire                                          50.00      5.00        55.00
Issue of written planning advice                                                    50.00      5.00        55.00

DEVELOPMENT/PLANNING FEES - Res Developments - 50% of commercial rate

REZONING, SCHEME AMENDMENTS & MINOR TOWN PLANNING
Application - 50% rebate upon completion of
significant portion of the development                                              105.00                 105.00
On adoption                                                                       1,050.00               1,050.00

MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS - (CONFIRMATION OF ZONING)
Letter of confirmation as required for second and dealers licence                   20.00                  20.00

BUILDING LICENCES REPORT
Issued weekly for a 12 month period (includes postage)                             323.66     32.37       356.03        356.00

DEVELOPMENT APPROVALS REPORT
Issued weekly for a 12 month period (includes postage)                             323.66     32.37       356.03        356.00

COMBINED BUILDING LICENCES/DEVELOPMENT APPROVALS
Issued weekly for a 12 month period (includes postage)                             616.50     61.65       678.15        678.00

PARKING WORK ZONES - 9th Schedule of the
COP Parking Facilities local law
Establishment Fee - set fee                                                         123.30     12.33      135.63        135.00
Establishment Fee - erection and removal per sign                                    61.65      6.17       67.82         67.80
Removal of paint marking (per bay) set aside for - motor vehicle                     10.28      1.03       11.31         11.30
Removal of paint marking (per bay) set aside for - public bus                        30.83      3.08       33.91         33.90
Removal of paint marking (per bay) set aside for - other                             20.55      2.06       22.61         22.60
Removal of - first meter, remove & reinstall (not post)                             123.30     12.33      135.63        135.00
Removal of - each subsequent meter                                                   20.55      2.06       22.61         22.60
Ticket machine remove & reinstall                                                   369.90     36.99      406.89        406.00
Ticket machine relocate & reinstall (actual cost plus GST)                        100.00%    10.00%     110.00%
Daily fee - where parking fees is applicable
(8hr@daily rate per day),as per Parking By-law                                      13.15      1.32        14.47         14.40
Daily fee - where parking fees are not applicable per bay lost                       8.22      0.82         9.04          9.00

EVENTS ON ROADS - ROAD CLOSURES
Estimate of council services given on receipt of
application - 100% of est costs                                                   100.00%               100.00%

EATING HOUSES / FOOD PREMISES
Class 1                                                                            100.00                 100.00
Class 2                                                                             85.00                  85.00
Class 3                                                                             70.00                  70.00
Class 4                                                                             55.00                  55.00
Class 5                                                                             40.00                  40.00

FOOD VEHICLES


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                   DESCRIPTION                                                     APPROVED         GST         GST       ADJUSTED
                                                                                      Fee                    Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                                                Fee
Initial inspection of food vehicle                                                          70.00                 70.00

TEMPORARY EVENTS
Food Hygiene Regs . Inspection of food vehicles, stalls & food outlets. Fee per outlet      40.00                40.00

PUBLIC BUILDINGS (INCLUDES TEMPORARY PUBLIC BUILDINGS)
Application to construct, alter or extend -0.02% of
construction costs, Min $100 - Max $500                                                    0.02%                 0.02%

HEALTH ACT PREMISES
Hairdressers, skin penetration & others (fee $40 - $100)                                    40.00                40.00

LIQUOR ACT APPLICATIONS
Section 39 Certificate                                                                      40.00                40.00
Section 40 Certificate                                                                      40.00                40.00
Section 55 Gaming Permit                                                                    40.00                40.00

INSPECTION OF ANY/ALL PREMISES ON REQUEST
Health Act, Food Hygiene Regs, Public Building Regs                                         40.00                40.00

NOISE MANAGEMENT PLAN
Assessment Fee                                                                            513.75     51.38      565.13        565.00

PARKS & RESERVES - FEES /CHARGES
Base Charge - Charge per day                                                              267.15     26.72      293.87        293.00
Base Charge - Charge per half day (< 6hrs)                                                143.85     14.39      158.24        158.00
Base Charge - Bump in/out per day                                                         267.15     26.72      293.87        293.00
Additional Charges - Food/Drink/Liquor & other retail outlets (per outlet)                 41.10      4.11       45.21         45.00
Add Charges-Tentage/marque,etc in excess of
50m2-Non retail, cost per sq. m per day                                                      0.10     0.01         0.11
Add Charges-Tentage/marque,etc in excess of
50m2-Retail, cost per sq. m per day                                                          1.03     0.10        1.13          1.10
On site service vehicles - heavy duty                                                       15.41     1.54       16.95         16.95
On site service vehicles - light duty                                                       10.28     1.03       11.31         11.30
Mechanical plant exhibitions-each unit of machinery                                         41.10     4.11       45.21         45.20
Staging/Flooring/Structures/Seating cost per sq.
m per day -$0.10 per sq. m (Min $100)                                                        0.10     0.01        0.11
Liquor permits                                                                              30.00                30.00
Admin Fee-not apply to charitable/non-
commercial activities-5% of additional charges                                             5.00%     0.50%      5.50%
Council services- supervision, mowing, cleaning etc. - 100% of council cost              100.00%    10.00%    110.00%
Council services- power cost per day (3 phase only)                                         51.38     5.14       56.52         56.50
Council services- Works Bonds - $5/sqm of covered area                                       5.14                 5.14          5.00

HELLIPAD LANDINGS
Hellipad landing fee - per landing                                                          10.28    1.03        11.31         11.30
Hellipad landing fee - multiple landings during the day                                     51.38    5.14        56.52         56.50

5. CONCESSIONS
Applicable to Base and Additional Charges only.
(Not Council Services)
Government Authorities, Charitable Organisations                                     50% discount
and Community Organisations/Groups involved in
non commercial activities
Private Informal - (where reservation of an area is
requested)
Low Impact: 0 - 20 people                                                            80% discount
Medium Impact: 21 - 50 people.                                                       70% discount
High Impact: 51 plus people                                                          50% discount
Private Informal - (non exclusive use)                                                 No charge
Assembly purposes only e.g. prior to street march                                      No charge
Emergency Services Practices - eg.Caribou                                              No charge
aircraft landings



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                  DESCRIPTION                                        APPROVED      GST        GST       ADJUSTED
                                                                        Fee                Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                              Fee
Informal sporting/recreation activities. (Non                          No charge
exclusive use)
School Sporting activities ( during school hours)                      No charge

Sporting competitions - Community Organisation/Schools
(Hirer to provide ground markings/goals)
Season fee per team for matchplay:                                       325.00    32.50      357.50
Season fee per team for training (twice/week):                           325.00    32.50      357.50
Casual competition - per field per half day of hire                       70.00     7.00       77.00
(am or pm):
Casual training - per team (3 hours each day of                           25.00     2.50        27.50
use):
Junior organisations, ie. 17 years & under and
Colts teams allowed 75% discount

DEFINITIONS
Charitable Organisations:
Organisations registered with the Charitable
Collections Advisory Committee.

Community Organisations/Groups:
(a) Sporting and other types of recreational clubs,
Parents & Citizens groups, Auxiliaries, Social
Clubs, Special Interests Associations etc. which
are guided by a committee and constitution and
could be elegible for incorporation under the
Associations Act 1987.

Government Authorities:
State/Commonwealth Government departments
and other semi government instrumentalities
which provide a specific public service eg Police
Dept, Water Authority, WA Fire Brigade.
(Does not include Government commercial
entrepreneurial services)

Commercial Organisations
Companies/Individuals engaged in financial gain.
e.g. Retail stores, Commercial Photographers,
Manufacturers,    Government     Entrepreneurial
Services, Media outlets, Trade shows, Circuses,
Rock concert promoters.

Private: Formal
Individuals hiring reserves for private functions of
a formal or catered nature, eg wedding reception,
birthday party, wedding anniversary etc.

COMMUNITY SERVICES

PARKS & RESERVES (Wedding Licenses)
Open Reserves - Charge per hour                                            26.00    2.50        28.50
Alan Green Conservatory - charge per hour                                  52.00    5.00        57.00
Outside of normal opening times-hourly rate
PLUS Council costs in keeping conservatory open                            52.00    5.00        57.00

PERTH TOWN HALL - not for profit org
charges 50% for comm/private functions
Main Halls (per hour/part thereof) - 8 am - 6pm                            52.00    5.00       57.00
Main Halls (per hour/part thereof) - 6pm - 12 midnight                     52.00    5.00       57.00
Main Halls (per hour/part thereof) - after midnight                        93.00    9.00      102.00
Main Halls (per hour/part thereof) - bond - $250 - $1,000                 250.00              250.00
Lesser Halls (per hour/part thereof) - 8 am - 6pm                          31.00    3.00       34.00
Lesser Halls (per hour/part thereof) - 6pm - 12 midnight                   31.00    3.00       34.00


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                  DESCRIPTION                                          APPROVED      GST        GST       ADJUSTED
                                                                          Fee                Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                                Fee
Lesser Halls (per hour/part thereof) - after midnight                        93.00    9.00       102.00
Lesser Halls (per hour/part thereof) - bond - $250 - $1,000                 250.00               250.00
Seasonal Bookings (duration of three days or
more)- $155 per day or 10% of gross takings,
whichever greater                                                          10.00%    1.00%      11.00%

REST CENTRES
Town Hall Rest Centre - admission                                             0.30    0.03        0.33          0.30
Town Hall Rest Centre - locker hire (small)                                   3.00    0.30        3.30
Town Hall Rest Centre - stroller hire                                         6.00    0.60        6.60
Town Hall Rest Centre -stroller hire deposit                                 10.00               10.00
Citiplace Rest Centre - admission                                             0.30    0.03        0.33          0.30
Citiplace Rest Centre - locker hire (small)                                   3.00    0.30        3.30
Citiplace Rest Centre - locker hire (large)                                   5.50    0.55        6.05
Citiplace Rest Centre - shower                                                4.00    0.40        4.40
Citiplace Rest Centre - stroller hire                                         6.00    0.60        6.60
Citiplace Rest Centre - stroller hire deposit                                10.00               10.00

CHILD CARE CENTRES
Citiplace Long day care - full time                                         189.00              189.00
Citiplace Long day care - daily                                              41.00               41.00
Citiplace Long day care - sessional                                          28.00               28.00
Citiplace Occasional Care - hourly                                            6.00                6.00

CITIPLACE COMMUNITY CENTRE
Hire Fees - Conference Room 1 large - Commercial Rate - per hour             31.00    3.10       34.10
Hire Fees - Conference Room 1 large - Commercial Rate - per half day         72.00    7.20       79.20
Hire Fees - Conference Room 1 large - Commercial Rate - per full day        134.00   13.40      147.40
Hire Fees - Conference Room 1 large -
Concession Rate (community groups) - per hour                                15.50    1.55       17.05
Hire Fees - Conference Room 1 large -
Concession Rate (community groups) - per half
day                                                                          36.00    3.60       39.60
Concession Rate (community groups) - per full
day                                                                          67.00    6.70       73.70
Hire Fees - Conference Room 1small - Commercial Rate - per hour              16.00    1.60       17.60
Hire Fees - Conference Room 1 small - Commercial Rate - per half day         41.00    4.10       45.10
Hire Fees - Conference Room 1 small - Commercial Rate - per full day         72.00    7.20       79.20
Hire Fees - Conference Room 1 small -
Concession Rate (community groups) - per hour                                 8.00    0.80         8.80
Hire Fees - Conference Room 1 small -
Concession Rate (community groups) - per half
day                                                                          20.50    2.05       22.55
Concession Rate (community groups) - per full
day                                                                          36.00    3.60       39.60
Hire Fees - Combined rooms - Commercial Rate - per hour                      41.00    4.10       45.10
Hire Fees - Combined rooms - Commercial Rate - per half day                 103.00   10.30      113.30
Hire Fees - Combined rooms - Commercial Rate - per full day                 185.00   18.50      203.50
Hire Fees - Combined rooms - Concession Rate
(community groups) - per hour                                                20.50    2.05       22.55
Hire Fees - Combined rooms - Concession Rate
(community groups) - per half day                                            51.50    5.15       56.65
Hire Fees - Combined rooms - Concession Rate
(community groups) - per full day                                            92.50    9.25      101.75
Dining Room -commercial rate - per hour                                      55.00    5.50       60.50
Dining room - Concession Rate (community groups) - per hour                  27.50    2.75       30.25
Kitchen -commercial rate - per hour                                          55.00    5.50       60.50
Kitchen - Concession Rate (community groups) - per hour                      27.50    2.75       30.25

FOOD CHARGES
Breakfast - Bacon & Eggs                                                      4.00    0.40         4.40
Salads                                                                        3.65    0.37         4.02         4.00
Beverages - Coffee                                                            1.00    0.10         1.10
Beverages - Tea                                                               0.80    0.08         0.88         0.85


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                 DESCRIPTION                                            APPROVED      GST        GST       ADJUSTED
                                                                           Fee                Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                                 Fee
Beverages - Orange Juice                                                       0.80    0.08         0.88         0.85
Toast - Toast                                                                  0.90    0.09         0.99         0.95
Toast - Raisin Toast                                                           1.30    0.13         1.43         1.40
Toast - Muffins                                                                1.00    0.10         1.10
Cakes                                                                          1.30    0.13         1.43         1.40
Scones with Butter                                                             0.80    0.08         0.88         0.85
Tarts                                                                          0.80    0.08         0.88         0.85
Fruit Cake                                                                     1.10    0.11         1.21         1.20
Slices                                                                         1.10    0.11         1.21         1.20
Lamingtons                                                                     1.10    0.11         1.21         1.20
Small Cakes                                                                    1.10    0.11         1.21         1.20
Cream Cakes                                                                    1.50    0.15         1.65
Match Sticks                                                                   1.50    0.15         1.65
Meringues                                                                      1.50    0.15         1.65
Cheese Cake                                                                    1.50    0.15         1.65
Croissant with ham & cheese                                                    1.50    0.15         1.65
Roast Dinner                                                                   4.55    0.46         5.01         5.00
Fish & Chips                                                                   4.55    0.46         5.01         5.00
Mixed Grill                                                                    4.55    0.46         5.01         5.00
Other Hot Meals                                                                4.00    0.40         4.40
Sandwich - plate                                                               2.10    0.21         2.31         2.30
Sandwich - container                                                           2.30    0.23         2.53         2.50
Soup                                                                           1.85    0.19         2.04         2.00
Desserts                                                                       1.50    0.15         1.65
Fruit salad & Ice cream                                                        2.00    0.20         2.20

MISCELLANEOUS
Wheelchair hire - per day                                                      6.00                6.00
Shoprider hire - per hour - mechanised wheelchair                              2.50                2.50
Podiatry fees                                                                 15.00               15.00

COMPLIANCE

LICENCES & REGISTRATION FEES - Dog Registrations (pensioners 50% fee)
Sterilised - annual                                                           10.00               10.00
Sterilised - three years                                                      18.00               18.00
Unsterilised - annual                                                         30.00               30.00
Unsterilised - three years                                                    75.00               75.00

ALFRESCO (previously called Outdoor Eating Areas)
Application Fee                                                              100.00              100.00
Transfer Fee                                                                  50.00               50.00

Fees for the use of public space
Central                                                                       75.00    7.50       82.50
Hay Street West                                                               64.00    6.40       70.40
Subcentral and Northbridge                                                    56.00    5.60       61.60
Northbridge Parking Embayment                                                 33.60    3.36       36.96         36.90
General                                                                       37.50    3.75       41.25

Lodging Houses - per annum                                                   180.00              180.00
Eating Houses                                                                300.00              300.00
Offensive Trades                                                             100.00              100.00
Foodsafe                                                                      31.00    3.10       34.10
Itinerant food vendors                                                       180.00              180.00
Morgue registration fees                                                      80.00               80.00
Swimming pool inspections - private pools                                     55.00               55.00
Abandoned shopping trolleys - charge per day                                  12.50               12.50
Abandoned shopping trolleys - daily fee per trolley                            6.50                6.50

SECURITY SERVICES
Portable illegal sign - administration fee                                    34.00               34.00
Illegal sign-daily storage fee                                                 5.50                5.50
Abandoned Vehicles - Administration Fee                                       51.50               51.50


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                  DESCRIPTION                                          APPROVED      GST         GST       ADJUSTED
                                                                          Fee                 Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                                 Fee
Abandoned Vehicles - Daily Storage fee                                       15.50                 15.50
Administration Fee- cleanup of bulk rubbish dumped                           92.30     9.23       101.53       101.50
Administration Fee - Installation of fire breaks to remove hazard            50.00     5.00        55.00
Inspection Fee Fire Hazards (Non-compliance with fire breaks order)          30.00     3.00        33.00

MODIFIED PENALTIES - KERBSIDE PARKING
Category 1                                                                   27.00                27.00
Category 2                                                                   42.00                42.00
Category 3                                                                   55.00                55.00
Category 4                                                                  100.00               100.00
Category 5                                                                  115.00               115.00
Late Payment admin fee                                                       15.00                15.00

BUSINESS UNIT

RUBBISH CHARGE
Basic service - non residential                                             160.00               160.00
Basic service - residential (including recycling crate)                     110.00               110.00
Additional Bin service                                                      110.00    11.00      121.00
Recycling Bin service                                                        80.00     8.00       88.00
Bulk Bin service charge                                                     540.00    54.00      594.00

RECOVERABLE WORKS - Administration charges per job
Up to the value of $1,000                                                    80.00     8.00        88.00
$1,000 to $20,000                                                            80.00     8.00        88.00
  PLUS % over $1,000                                                       11.00%    1.10%       12.10%
$20,000 to $50,000                                                         2170.00   217.00     2,387.00
  PLUS % over $20,000                                                       8.00%    0.80%        8.80%
Over the value of $50,000                                                  4570.00   457.00     5,027.00
  PLUS % over $50,000                                                       5.00%    0.50%        5.50%




MARKETING

MARKETING - BANNER / FLAG LOCATIONS

ST GEORGE'S TERRACE (BARRACK
/MILLIGAN STREETS) - 18 masts+2 banners
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                                   611.36    61.14       672.50        673.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                                  916.53    91.65     1,008.18      1,008.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                                1,222.73   122.27     1,345.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost                                1,527.89   152.79     1,680.68      1,681.00

ST GEORGE'S TERRACE(BARRACK ST /
VICTORIA AVE)- 11 masts +2 banners
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                                   369.90    36.99       406.89        407.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                                  554.85    55.49       610.34        610.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                                  739.80    73.98       813.78        814.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost                                  924.75    92.48     1,017.23      1,017.00

ADELAIDE TERRACE (VIC AVENUE /
BENNETT ST ) - 13 masts + 2 banners
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                                   441.83    44.18       486.01        486.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                                  662.74    66.27       729.01        729.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                                  883.65    88.37       972.02        972.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost                                1,104.56   110.46     1,215.02      1,215.00

ADELAIDE TERRACE (BENNETT ST / PLAIN
ST ) - 14 masts + 2 banners



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                 DESCRIPTION                          APPROVED      GST         GST       ADJUSTED
                                                         Fee                 Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                Fee
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                  236.33    23.63       259.96       260.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                 354.49    35.45       389.94       390.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                 472.65    47.27       519.92       520.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost                 590.81    59.08       649.89       650.00

HAY STREET MALL-(10 masts +2 Banners)+(8
masts+2 small banners)
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                  405.86    40.59       446.45        446.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                 608.28    60.83       669.11        669.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                 811.73    81.17       892.90        893.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost               1,014.66   101.47     1,116.12      1,116.00

MURRAY STREET MALL (4 masts + 2 banners
each for William St + Barrack St
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                  179.81    17.98      197.79        198.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                 269.72    26.97      296.69        297.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                 359.63    35.96      395.59        396.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost                 449.53    44.95      494.48        494.00

FORREST PLACE - 10 masts + 1 banner each
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                  226.05    22.61      248.66        249.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                 339.08    33.91      372.98        373.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                 452.10    45.21      497.31        497.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost                 565.13    56.51      621.64        622.00


WILLIAM STREET (BETWEEN MURRAY &
WELLINGTON ST)- Street banner
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                  339.08    33.91      372.98        373.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                 508.61    50.86      559.47        559.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                 678.15    67.82      745.97        746.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost                 847.69    84.77      932.46        932.00

WILLIAM STREET (NORTHBRIDGE)
(BETWEEN JAMES/FRANCIS)
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                  339.08    33.91      372.98        373.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                 508.61    50.86      559.47        559.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                 678.15    67.82      745.97        746.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost                 847.69    84.77      932.46        932.00

BARRACK STREET (BETWEEN HAY AND
MURRAY STREETS) -Street banner
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                  339.08    33.91      372.98        373.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                 508.61    50.86      559.47        559.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                 678.15    67.82      745.97        746.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost                 847.69    84.77      932.46        932.00

KINGS PARK ROAD - 14 flag poles
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                  236.33    23.63      259.96        260.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                 354.49    35.45      389.94        390.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                 472.65    47.27      519.92        520.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost                 590.81    59.08      649.89        650.00

BARRACK SQUARE - 8 flag poles
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                  133.58    13.36      146.93        147.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                 200.36    20.04      220.40        220.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                 267.15    26.72      293.87        294.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost                 333.94    33.39      367.33        367.00

MOUNTS BAY ROAD - 14 flag poles
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                  236.33    23.63      259.96        260.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                 354.49    35.45      389.94        390.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                 472.65    47.27      519.92        520.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost                 590.81    59.08      649.89        650.00


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                 DESCRIPTION                                                APPROVED      GST         GST       ADJUSTED
                                                                               Fee                 Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                                      Fee

THE CAUSEWAY - 7 flag poles
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                                        118.16    11.82      129.98        130.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                                       177.24    17.72      194.97        195.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                                       236.33    23.63      259.96        260.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost                                       295.41    29.54      324.95        325.00


ROE STREET - 3 flag poles
Erection of banners - 1 week - total cost                                         51.38     5.14       56.51         56.00
Erection of banners - 2 weeks - total cost                                        77.06     7.71       84.77         84.00
Erection of banners - 3 weeks - total cost                                       102.75    10.28      113.03        113.00
Erection of banners - 4 weeks - total cost                                       128.44    12.84      141.28        141.00



MARKETING HIRE CHARGES - FORREST PLACE / MALLS

FORREST PLACE / MALLS
20 sq meters - 1 day                                                             257.27    25.73       283.00
20 sq meters - 3 days                                                            693.64    69.36       763.00
20 sq meters - per week                                                        1,232.73   123.27     1,356.00
40sq meters - 1 day                                                              360.00    36.00       396.00
40 sq meters - 3 days                                                            960.91    96.09     1,057.00
40 sq meters - per week                                                        1,232.73   123.27     1,356.00
Forrest Place -1 day                                                           1,027.27   102.73     1,130.00
Forrest Place -3 days                                                          2,774.55   277.45     3,052.00
Forrest Place -per week                                                        5,137.27   513.73     5,651.00
Forrest Place -Product sampling (per day)                                        360.00    36.00       396.00
Forrest Place -Raffle space (per day)                                            102.73    10.27       113.00
Forrest Place -Raffle space (per day)                                            513.64    51.36       565.00
Street Entertainment - ordinary licence (monthly)                                 20.00     2.00        22.00
Street Entertainment - Group licence (monthly) -
one performer PLUS $5 for each add performer                                      20.00     2.00        22.00
Street Entertainment - sale of CDs/cassettes (monthly)                            40.91     4.09        45.00

LIBRARY SERVICES

Photocopy charges                                                                  0.20     0.02         0.22
Reservation postage                                                                0.45     0.05         0.50
Replacement membership cards                                                       4.00     0.40         4.40
Personal computers- public use per hour                                            2.00     0.20         2.20
Library bags - standard                                                            3.60     0.36         3.96         3.95
Library bags - special occasions                                                   3.10     0.31         3.41         3.40
Reproduction of historical photos - handling fee                                  10.00     1.00        11.00
Reproduction of historical photos - subsequent copies                              6.15     0.62         6.77         6.75
Reproduction of historical photos -commercial use plus handling fee               31.00     3.10        34.10
Historical photocards - set of 8 cards                                             6.15     0.62         6.77         6.75
Historical photocards - set of 4 cards                                             3.10     0.31         3.41         3.40
Historical photocards - individual cards                                           0.82     0.08         0.90

CORPORATE SUPPORT

COUNCIL NOTICE PAPER AND MINUTES
1st item                                                                           0.00
Per item after 1st item                                                            5.00                  5.00
Per document                                                                      25.00                 25.00
Notice paper subscription for one year                                           550.00    55.00       605.00
Research (per hour or pro rata for part of an hour)                               45.00                 45.00
Photocopying charges - per hour or pro rata for part of an hour                   45.00     4.50        49.50
Photocopying charges - per copy                                                    0.20     0.02         0.22
Charges for delivery, packaging and postage - actual cost                      100.00%               100.00%

LOCAL LAWS


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                  DESCRIPTION                                                  APPROVED      GST          GST       ADJUSTED
                                                                                  Fee                  Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                                          Fee
Per item after 1st item                                                               5.00                   5.00
Per Document                                                                         25.00                  25.00
Research (per hour or pro rata for part of an hour)                                  45.00                  45.00
Charges for delivery, packaging and postage - actual cost                         100.00%                100.00%


FREEDOM OF INFORMATION APPLICATION FEES
FOI Application fee                                                                  30.00                 30.00
Processing charges - per hour or prorata for part of an hour                         30.00                 30.00
Charges for access time - per hour or prorata for part of an hour                    30.00                 30.00
Photocopying charges - per hour or pro rata for part of an hour                      45.00     4.50        49.50
Photocopying charges - per copy                                                       0.20     0.02         0.22
Charge for time taken by staff to transcribe
information - per hour or part of an hour                                            45.00                 45.00
Charge of duplicating a tape film, video or
computer information - actual cost                                                100.00%    10.00%     110.00%
Charges for offsite retrieval, delivery, packaging
and postage - actual cost                                                         100.00%    10.00%     110.00%
Information Statement                                                                30.00                 30.00

ARCHIVE SEARCH FEES
Research (per hour or pro rate for part of an hour)                                  45.00                 45.00
Charges for offsite retrieval, delivery, packaging and postage - actual cost      100.00%    10.00%     110.00%
Photocopying charges - per hour or pro rata for part of an hour                      45.00      4.50       49.50
Photocopying charges - per copy                                                       0.20      0.02        0.22

ADVANCE DEPOSITS
Based on estimated charges which will be
payable in excess of the application u/s 18(1)                                     25.00%                 25.00%
Based on estimated charges which will be
payable in excess of the application u/s 18(4)                                     75.00%                 75.00%

FINANCIAL SERVICES

Current Budget document                                                              25.75                  25.75
Property File Search - Ownership Enquiries                                           10.00                  10.00
Electoral Roll                                                                       10.00                  10.00
Street Rolls                                                                         50.00                  50.00
Property Orders and Requisitions                                                     50.00                  50.00
Rating Enquiries only                                                                10.00                  10.00
Late Payment Penalty Rate                                                          11.00%                 11.00%
Installment Interest                                                                5.50%                  5.50%

CONTRACT MANAGEMENT
Collection of comprehensive Tender documents                                        103.00    10.00       113.00

URBAN DEVELOPMENT
Photocopy Fees - plan size- AO, A1 & A2 - 1st copy                                   10.00     1.00        11.00
Photocopy Fees - plan size- AO, A1 & A2 - 2nd to 5th copies each                      7.50     0.75         8.25
Photocopy Fees - plan size- AO, A1 & A2 - 6th to 14th copies each                     5.00     0.50         5.50
Photocopy Fees - plan size- AO, A1 & A2 - 15 or more copies                           3.50     0.35         3.85
Photocopy Fees - plan size- A3 each                                                   1.00     0.10         1.10
Photocopy Fees - plan size- A4 each                                                   0.50     0.05         0.55
Stormwater Drainage application- min fee                                             50.00     5.00        55.00
Design & Construction Notes per publication - $100 + $10 postage                    110.00    11.00       121.00

STRATEGY
City Planning Scheme Text - 1985 Scheme                                              15.00     1.50        16.50
City Planning Scheme Maps - 1985 Scheme                                               5.00     0.50         5.50
Northbridge Study                                                                    10.00     1.00        11.00
City Planning Scheme 2-Policy, Scheme, Precinct Plans, Scheme Maps                   50.00     5.00        55.00
King Street Design Guidelines                                                        10.00     1.00        11.00
Central Murray Street Upgrading                                                      10.00     1.00        11.00
Hay Street Guidelines                                                                 5.00     0.50         5.50


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                 DESCRIPTION                                                     APPROVED     GST         GST       ADJUSTED
                                                                                    Fee                Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                                          Fee
Perth Central Area Parking Policy                                                      5.00     0.50         5.50
Mount Street Precinct                                                                 10.00     1.00        11.00
Public Places Enhancement Strategy                                                    20.00     2.00        22.00
Youth Forum Action Plan                                                               10.00     1.00        11.00
Youth Forum Action Plan Video                                                         10.00     1.00        11.00
Signage Strategy                                                                      10.00     1.00        11.00
Access for people with Disabilities                                                   10.00     1.00        11.00
City Environment Plan                                                                 10.00     1.00        11.00
Northbridge Park & Access Study                                                       15.00     1.50        16.50
Goderich Precinct Strategy & Wellington Square
Community Recreation Study                                                            10.00     1.00       11.00

INFORMATION SERVICES

Sale of Spatial Data - Sales of Plan copies - AO, A1 & A2 - 1 copy                    11.00     1.10       12.10
Sale of Spatial Data - Sales of Plan copies - AO, A1 & A2 - 2 - 5 copies each          8.00     0.80        8.80
Sale of Spatial Data - Sales of Plan copies - AO, A1 & A2 - 6 - 14 copies each         7.00     0.70        7.70
Sale of Spatial Data - Sales of Plan copies - AO,
A1 & A2 - 15 or more copies each                                                       3.50     0.35         3.85
Sale of Hardcopy Plots - $60 per hour -( Min
1/2Hr)=cost of material+time to produce plots                                       100.00%   10.00%    110.00%

OFF STREET PARKING

GROUP ONE - COMMUTER
No. 4 (564 bays) Causeway
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                              per hour to a maximum of
                                                   $4.60                               0.60                  0.60
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                              per hour                            0.60                  0.60
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                              per hour                            1.20                  1.20

No. 4A (851 bays) Queens Gardens
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                              per hour to a maximum of
                                                   $4.60                               0.60                  0.60
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                              per hour                            0.60                  0.60
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                              per hour                            1.20                  1.20
Car pooling 6.00am-9.30am                          per day                             3.00                  3.00

No. 4B (647 bays) Royal Street
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                              per hour to a maximum of
                                                   $4.70                               0.60                  0.60
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                              per hour                            0.60                  0.60
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                              per hour                            1.20                  1.20

No. 26 (164 bays) Newcastle/Short Streets
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                              per hour to a maximum of
                                                   $4.70                               0.60                  0.60
Sat 6.00am-6.00pm                                  per hour                            0.60                  0.60
Mon-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                              per hour                            0.60                  0.60

No. 37 (67 bays) Claisebrook Street East Perth
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $4.70                                   0.60                  0.60
Sat 6.00am-6.00pm                              per hour                                0.60                  0.60
Mon-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                                0.60                  0.60

GROUP TWO - COMMUTER
No. 12 (56 bays) Milligan and James Streets
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                              per hour to a maximum of
                                                   $5.90                               0.80                  0.80
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                              per hour                            0.80                  0.80
Sun-Thurs 6.00pm-6.00am                            per hour                            1.20                  1.20
Fri-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                              per hour                            1.40                  1.40




                                                                Page 12
                 DESCRIPTION                                               APPROVED     GST      GST       ADJUSTED
                                                                              Fee             Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                                 Fee
No. 12B (65 bays) Fitzgerald and James Streets
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $4.70                             0.80               0.80
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                          1.20               1.20
Sun-Thurs 6.00pm-6.00am                        per hour                          1.20               1.20
Fri-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                          1.40               1.40

No. 35 (55 bays) Saunders Street, East Perth
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $4.70                             0.70               0.70
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                          0.70               0.70
Mon-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                          0.70               0.70

No. 36 (25 bays) Regal Place
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $4.70                             0.70               0.70
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                          0.70               0.70
Mon-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                          0.70               0.70

No. 41 (307 bays) Regal Place
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $5.90                             0.90               0.90
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                          0.90               0.90
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                          0.90               0.90

GROUP THREE - COMMUTER
No. 1 (738 bays) Terrace Road (A)
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $7.80                             1.20               1.20
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                          0.60               0.60
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                          1.20               1.20


No. 2 (1202 bays) Mill Street
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $7.80                             1.20               1.20
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                          0.60               0.60
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                          1.20               1.20


No. 3 (738 bays) Entertainment Centre
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $7.80                             1.20               1.20
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                          1.20               1.20
Sun-Thurs 6.00pm-6.00am                        per hour                          1.20               1.20
Fri-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                          1.40               1.40

No. 23 (56 bays) Moore Street
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $5.90                             1.20               1.20
Sat 6.00am-6.00pm                              per hour                          1.20               1.20
Mon-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                          1.20               1.20

GROUP FOUR - COMMUTER
No. 13 (210 bays) Goderich Street
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $5.90                             1.10               1.10
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                          1.20               1.20
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                          1.20               1.20

No. 17 (69 bays) Corner of Colin & Wellington Streets
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                           per hour to a maximum of
                                                $5.90                            1.10               1.10
Sat 6.00am-6.00pm                               per hour                         1.10               1.10


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                DESCRIPTION                                               APPROVED     GST      GST       ADJUSTED
                                                                             Fee             Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                                Fee
Mon-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.10               1.10

No. 21 (25 bays) Hay Street East
Mon-Sat 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.10               1.10
Mon-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.20               1.20

No. 22 (150 bays) Plain Street
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $5.90)                           1.10               1.10
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.10               1.10
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.10               1.10

No. 24 (81 bays) Coolgardie Street
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $5.90                            1.10               1.10
Sat 6.00am-6.00pm                              per hour                         1.10               1.10
Mon-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.10               1.10

No. 42 (61 bays) James Street (New Car Park)
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $5.90                            0.80               0.80
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         0.80               0.80
Sun-Thurs 6.00pm-6.00am                        per hour                         1.20               1.20
Fri-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.40               1.40

GROUP FIVE - COMMUTER
No.3B (481 bays) Elder Street
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $7.80                            1.20               1.20
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.20               1.20
Sun-Thurs 6.00pm-6.00am                        per hour                         1.20               1.20
Fri-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.40               1.40

No. 15 (84 bays) Aberdeen Street
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $6.50                            1.20               1.20
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.20               1.20
Sun-Thurs 6.00pm-6.00am                        per hour                         1.20               1.20
Fri-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.40               1.40

No. 27 (458 bays) Mayfair Street
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $6.50                            1.20               1.20
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.20               1.20
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.20               1.20
Car pooling 6.00am-9.30am                      per hour                         3.00               3.00

No. 40 (208 bays) Lake Street
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $6.50                            1.20               1.20
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.20               1.20
Sun-Thurs 6.00pm-6.00am                        per hour                         1.20               1.20
Fri-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.40               1.40

GROUP SIX -SHOPPER
No. 1A (101 bays) Terrace Road (B)
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.20               1.20
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.10               1.10
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.10               1.10

No. 7 (406 bays) Concert Hall
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $9.00                            1.20               1.20
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.10               1.10


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                DESCRIPTION                                               APPROVED     GST      GST       ADJUSTED
                                                                             Fee             Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                                Fee
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.10               1.10

No. 10 (152 bays) Fire Station
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $8.00                            1.20               1.20
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.00               1.00
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.00               1.00

No. 10A (53 bays) Annexe
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $8.00                            1.20               1.20
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.00               1.00
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.00               1.00

GROUP SEVEN - SHOPPER
No. 20 (11 bays) Railway Station Forecourt
Mon-Sat 6.00am-6.00pm                          per 20 minutes                   0.60               0.60
Mon-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per 20 minutes                   0.60               0.60


No. 20A (8 bays) Forrest Place (lower level)
Mon-Sat 6.00am-6.00pm                          per 20 minutes                   0.60               0.60
Mon-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per 20 minutes                   0.60               0.60

No. 38 (91 bays) Council House St Georges Tce Perth
Mon-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                         per hour                          1.80               1.80
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                         per hour                          1.80               1.80

GROUP EIGHT - SHOPPER
No. 5 (620 bays) His Majesty’s
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.40               1.40
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.00               1.00
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.00               1.00

No. 6 (312 bays) Cultural Centre
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $9.00                            1.40               1.40
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.00               1.00
Sun-Thurs 6.00pm-6.00am                        per hour                         1.00               1.00
Fri-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.30               1.30

No. 8 (469 bays) Lake/James/Roe Streets
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $7.20                            1.40               1.40
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.40               1.40
Sun-Thurs 6.00pm-6.00am                        per hour                         1.10               1.10
Fri-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.40               1.40

No. 9 (664 bays) Pier Street
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $9.00                            1.40               1.40
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.00               1.00
Mon-Sun 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.00               1.00

No. 11 (561 bays) State Library
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour to a maximum of
                                               $9.00                            1.40               1.40
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.00               1.00
Sun-Thurs 6.00pm-6.00am                        per hour                         1.00               1.00
Fri-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                          per hour                         1.30               1.30

No. 16 (477 bays) Citiplace
Mon-Fri 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.70               1.70
Sat-Sun 6.00am-6.00pm                          per hour                         1.00               1.00


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                 DESCRIPTION                                                    APPROVED      GST      GST       ADJUSTED
                                                                                   Fee              Inclusive       Fee
                                                                                                       Fee
Sun-Thurs 6.00pm-6.00am                           per hour                             1.00               1.00
Fri-Sat 6.00pm-6.00am                             per hour                             1.30               1.30

SPECIAL EVENTS PARKING
Langley Park                                      per entry as required                6.00               6.00
Ozone Reserve                                     per entry as required                6.00               6.00
Wellington Square Reserve                         per entry as required                6.00               6.00



KERBSIDE
Within CBD                                        per hour                             2.00               2.00
                                                  Half hour or part thereof            1.00               1.00
Outside CBD                                       per hour                             1.50               1.50
                                                  Half hour or part thereof            0.80               0.80

MOTOR CYCLE PARKING (IN MOTOR CYCLE BAYS ONLY)
Ground Level Car Parks               % of car parking fees                             50%               50%
Multi Storey Car parks               % of car parking fees                             50%               50%
Staffed Multi Storey Car parks       % of car parking fees                             50%               50%

OPENING FEES FOR CAR PARKS                        after hours when inspectors
                                                  on duty                             50.00             50.00
                                                  for call outs.                     200.00            200.00

WORK ZONES
Daily fee where parking fees are applicable per                                       18.00             18.00
Daily fee where parking fees are not applicable
per bay                                                                               11.00             11.00

HOODED METRE CHARGES
Half Day                                                                              18.00             18.00
Full Day                                                                              36.00             36.00




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