Supported and funded by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries

Q & A Forum (For Elected Members and Practitioners)

What is Integrated Planning and Reporting (IPR) and why is it important?
Integrated Planning and Reporting (IPR) gives local governments a framework for establishing priorities and to link this information to operational functions.
The Local Government (Administration) Regulations 1996 require each local government to adopt a Strategic Community Plan and a Corporate Business Plan.
The local government administration, the council and the community are all involved in the development of an integrated plan with each party having a unique role and responsibilities for effective and sustainable integrated planning and reporting.

Join us for this complimentary webinar with Alison Dalziel, Director at Localise to find the answers to all your IPR questions!
Both local government officers and elected members are welcome to join us for this live Q & A session. New to IPR or a seasoned practitioner, we welcome your questions and experience sharing to enable a greater IPR collaboration across WA.

Rules of Engagement
Input from both Elected Members and Officers is valued as long as it is respectful.
Humour is encouraged as long as it is good natured.

For elected members, this session is complementary to WALGA's Integrated Strategic Planning training programs.

Alison Dalziel
, Director, Localise 
With a passion for communities and local government, Alison Dalziel is a specialist in local government and economic development. Consulting in the WA local government sector since 2009, Alison's specialisations include community visioning and engaging communities in real choices; strategic and corporate planning to create real plans that are aspirational and achievable; and integrated planning and reporting.


Wednesday 30 September 2020




Online webinar



When registering to attend the webinar please include a question you would like answered. 

Registrations close Friday 25 September 2020.