The Resourcing Strategy identifies what resources, in the form of finances, assets and human resources, will be required to meet the goals and aspirations of the Community Strategic Plan and importantly who will be responsible for delivery of the activities set-out in the Operational Plan. This may include responsibilities of other levels of government and some may include input from community groups or individuals.
The Resourcing Strategy focuses in detail on matters that are the responsibility of the council, but looks more generally at matters that are the responsibility of others. While the Community Strategic Plan provides a vehicle for expressing long-term community aspirations, these will not be achieved without sufficient resources, in terms of time, money, assets and people; required to actually carry-out required activities.
The Resourcing Strategy consists of three components: