Annual plan, budgets, reports

Long term financial plan

Used to aid financial decision making to ensure the Council remains financially sustainable, the Long Term Financial Plan supports the delivery of the Community Plan and its objectives, and assists in the development of the Annual Business Plan and Budgets.

Long Term Financial Plan 2020-21 to 2029-30(PDF, 485KB)

Annual business plan & budget

The Annual Business Plan and Budget sets out the objectives for the City of Unley's direction each financial year and provides key financial information relating to revenue and expenditure.

2021-22 budget consultation now open

We’d like to hear your feedback on the Draft 2021-22 Annual Business Plan and Budget, and its priorities for the coming financial year.

Watch the video below to hear our Deputy Mayor and councillors explain more about proposed initiatives, events and new capital projects.

Ways you can provide feedback

Please read the Draft 2021-22 Annual Business Plan and Budget and provide your feedback by:

  • Completing the survey at Your Say Unley;
  • Sending an email with '2021-22 Budget Consultation' in the subject heading, to
  • Sending a written submission to '2021-22 Budget Consultation', City of Unley, PO Box 1, Unley SA 5061.

Public information sessions

Do you have questions about the Draft Plan? City of Unley staff will provide an overview of the 2021-22 Draft Business Plan and Budget at the following public information sessions. Bookings are not required. Please drop in to a session that suits you.

Tuesday 11 May, 10 - 11am
Fullarton Park Community Centre, 411 Fullarton Road, Fullarton 

Thursday 13 May, 5.30 – 6.30pm
Unley Town Hall, Oxford Terrace, Unley.

Annual report & financials

The Annual Report communicates our achievements during each financial year and is supported by financial statements that present the results of the Council's operations.

Fees & charges

Fees and charges are administered for a range of services and facilities. Some fees and charges are discretionary, where the Council is free to determine the charge, and some are statutory or by-law controlled.

We review discretionary fees and charges as part of our annual budget process.