To enhance open communication between SMCT and all stakeholders, a variety of publications are produced both annually and on a regular basis. To view our publications please click on their title below.
This Regulatory Impact Statement has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of the Subordinate Legislation Act 1994. Its purpose is to inform interested parties regarding a proposal to make new regulations. Comments are invited and should be addressed to:
The Director of Finance and Business Services
Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust
PO Box 1159
Clayton Victoria 3169
or by email to email@example.com
by 5pm on 13 March 2015.
FY 2013/14 has borne witness to yet another year of significant achievement for our organisation.
SMCT is managed in an accountable and responsible way through an effective Corporate Governance Framework.
With a focus on the future, SMCT has developed a five year Strategic Plan with nine overarching strategic priorities.
Our commitment to active engagement and meaningful consultation with all stakeholders.
This booklet explains the many benefits of planning by securing locations ahead of time.
This conservation document provides guidance for proper protection of historic monuments.