Issue - meetings
Quarter Four Performance Monitoring Report 2021/22
To receive and consider the report of the Director of Change and Delivery.
That the report be noted.
Councillor Peter Wilson, Executive Member (Resources) presented the report of the Director of Change and Delivery which sets out the performance against the delivery of the Corporate Strategy and key performance indicators during the fourth quarter of 2021/22, covering 1 January 2022 to 31 March 2022.
The overall performance of key projects is good with 71% rated as green, 21% classified as not started, and one 7% rated as amber. Action plans for those projects rated amber are set out within the report.
Performance of the Corporate Strategy indicators and key service delivery measures continues to be closely monitored, with 71% of Corporate Strategy measures and 67% of key service delivery measures performing on or above target or within the 5% threshold.
Members noted the initial scoping sessions with partners to take forward the development of a data and intelligence solution and discussed how data can be used to ascertain how public services are delivered in different urban and rural areas/wards in order to understand where the council is delivering its service and investing money.
Decision: That the report be noted.
Reasons for recommendations:
To ensure the effective performance monitoring of the Corporate Strategy and safeguard its delivery across 2022/23.
Other options considered a rejected:
No other options have been considered or rejected. This is because the report does not present any items for decision.