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The levy is a partnership between levy payers, the City Renewal Authority and the ACT Government that supports actions that contribute to the long-term sustainable growth, economic prosperity, culture, creativity and vibrancy of the Levy Collection Zone. See the Levy Collection Zone boundaries here.
Levy funded activities aim to:
Levy funded activities include:
In setting the priorities for the levy, the City Renewal Authority engages closely with levy payers and broader stakeholders. Each financial year the priority setting process for the levy is re-addressed so that it meets levy payers current needs while also meeting the framework principles.
The City Renewal Authority will report annually to highlight the break-down of levy funding, the details of the projects commenced during the period, a status report on major activations/projects funded, and any other relevant commentary. An annual report will also be available here at the end of each financial year.
The CCMIL business plan outlines a summary of the funded activities during 2018-19.
The framework outlines levy priorities along with preferred delivery of these priorities. It was developed through a combination of desktop research, consultation with key stakeholders and careful analysis.
Over the last financial year the Authority has strived to meet our commitment to the city centre, and we look forward to sharing what we’ve achieved together and give you an overview of where we’re going.