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Update of the 2016- 2020 Corporate Plan (2017)

Meeting: 20/02/2017 - Council (Item 89)

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The Assistant Chief Executive submitted a report to the City Executive Board on 9 February which seeks approval of the 2016 annual update report on the Corporate Plan 2016-20.

 

Recommendations: Council is asked to note the annual update of the Corporate Plan 2016-20.

 

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Minutes:

Council considered a report submitted to the City Executive Board on 9 February which seeks approval of the 2016 annual update report on the Corporate Plan 2016-20.

The Leader explained that the Board had agreed amendments to the document to correct numerical errors and officers had authority to make further necessary changes to ensure the accuracy of the document.

Council resolved to note the annual update of the Corporate Plan 2016-20.

 


Meeting: 09/02/2017 - City Executive Board (became Cabinet on 13 May 2019) (Item 133)

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The Assistant Chief Executive has submitted a report which seeks approval of the 2016 annual update report on the Corporate Plan 2016-20

 

Recommendations: That the City Executive Board resolves to:

 

1.    Approve the annual update report on the Corporate Plan 2016-20, as set out in Appendix 1.

 

2.    Delegate authority to the Assistant Chief Executive to make minor textual/formatting changes to the annual update report in advance of formal publication

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Minutes:

The Assistant Chief Executive submitted a report which sought approval of the 2016 annual update report on the Corporate Plan 2016-20

 

Cllr Price, Board member for Corporate Strategy and Economic Development presented the report.

 

The City Executive Board resolves to:

 

1.    Approve the annual update report on the Corporate Plan 2016-20, as set out in Appendix 1.

 

2.    Delegate authority to the Assistant Chief Executive to make minor textual/formatting changes to the annual update report in advance of formal publication

 


Meeting: 09/02/2017 - City Executive Board (became Cabinet on 13 May 2019) (Item 133)

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Minutes:

The Scrutiny Officer presented the report.  He explained that parts of the report read that projects have been fully funded by the Council when in fact they were a joint initiative. The report needs to mention the contributions made by the partner organisations.

 

Cllr Price, Board Member for Corporate Strategy and Economic Development agreed and said the report would be amended to highlight the valuable contributions made by partners.


Meeting: 30/01/2017 - Scrutiny Committee (Item 84)

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Background Information

The Scrutiny Committee asked for this item to be included on the agenda for pre-decision scrutiny.

Why is it on the agenda?

The City Executive Board on 9 February 2017 will be asked to approve the annual update report on the Corporate Plan 2016-20.  This is an opportunity for the Committee to make recommendations to the City Executive Board.

Who has been invited to comment?

·         Caroline Green, Assistant Chief Executive.

 

 

 

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Minutes:

The Assistant Chief Executive presented the report, she said that the Corporate Plan had previously been rewritten each year.  This year the report provided a progress update that set out key things that had been achieved as well as priorities for the year ahead, reflecting the draft budget proposals. 

 

The Committee noted that some of the key achievements had not happened yet and that priorities for next year were subject to a budget that had not yet been agreed.  The Committee also commented that the number of new homes unlocked by the Northern Gateway development (given as 900) also included new homes at the Oxpens development and that this should be made clear.  The Assistant Chief Executive said that a final accuracy check would take place and that numbers for year-end would be provided against the success measures in the final version, rather than a projected outcome of achieved or exceeded (no corporate success measures were expected to be missed). 

 

The Committee said the report gave the impression that the council had funded or delivered certain schemes in isolation when in fact these had been achieved in partnership with other bodies (e.g. the council had contributed £200k towards an £800k scheme to refurbish Cutteslowe Park Lower Pavilion).  The Committee suggest that clarity should be provided where the council has funded or delivered schemes in partnership with voluntary groups and other organisations, as the recognition of their time and efforts can go a long way.

 

The Scrutiny Committee resolved to make the following recommendation to CEB:

 

Recommendation 1 – That the report makes it clearer where the council’s key achievements have been funded or delivered in partnership with voluntary groups and other organisations.