The dashboard built on Microsoft Power BI tracks the completion rate for projects detailed in the city's Strategic Community Plan. An overview screen shows completion percentage across civic leadership, economic, environmental, and social projects. Scorecard users see the last completed action under each category. Individual pages for project categories indicate which initiatives are not started, in progress, or completed from 2017 to 2021.
The directory lists all local companies offering online, delivery, or curbside pickup options. Victoria Park residents can search the directory based on suburb, category, or business name. Participating businesses find free and discounted services helpful during the pandemic in the support ideas section. #StillOpenForBusiness is part of the Restart Victoria Park strategy to help businesses survive and grow beyond the outbreak.
This voucher program offers $40 in discounts per day to more than 350 registered local businesses. Customers show digital codes at checkout ranging from $2.50 off for purchases of $10 or more to $20 off for purchases exceeding $80. An initial fund of $300,000 was exhausted in less than one month due to the program's popularity. Territorial officials provided $200,000 to continue myDarwin along with $1 million in matching funds to other councils pursuing comparable programs.
London Borough of Haringey developed the Haringey Procurement and Contract System (HPCS) portal to advertise procurement opportunities not covered by the Council's Dynamic Purchasing Systems. Any suppliers active within the past 18 months were automatically registered while inactive or new suppliers must complete the accreditation process. Users receive customized alerts for council contract opportunities based on their selected Goods, Works or Services categories.