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    Corporate Plan

    Meeting: 13/09/2017 - Cabinet (Item 6)

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    Additional documents:

    Decision:

    CAB 49/17 

     

    Corporate Plan

     

    Options Considered/Reasons for Decision

     

    The Leader of the Council presented the draft Corporate Plan, which set out what the Council intended to do over the next five years to Build on Success and Build a Better Newport.  The draft plan outlined how the Council intended to achieve its goals, and how it would meet the statutory responsibilities required by the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act.  The draft plan also included the Council’s Wellbeing Objectives, agreed by Cabinet and published in March. 

     

    The plan was currently in draft form, and would be going to the relevant scrutiny committee for consideration before the final version was agreed and recommended to Council for adoption.  The Leader thanked staff and Cabinet colleagues for their input into developing the plan, and translating the manifesto pledges of the administration into corporate aims and objectives for the current five-year term.

     

    Decision:

     

    To agree the draft Corporate Plan for consultation with Scrutiny.

     

    Consultation

     

    Leader of the Council, Chief Executive, Strategic Directors, Heads of Service.

     

    Implemented By:   Chief Executive, Strategic Directors and Heads of Service

    Implementation Timetable: Immediate   

     

     

     

    Minutes:

    The Leader of the Council presented the draft Corporate Plan, which set out what the Council intended to do over the next five years to Build on Success and Build a Better Newport.  The draft plan outlined how the Council intended to achieve its goals, and how it would meet the statutory responsibilities required by the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act.  The draft plan also included the Council’s Wellbeing Objectives, agreed by Cabinet and published in March. 

     

    The plan was currently in draft form, and would be going to the relevant scrutiny committee for consideration before the final version was agreed and recommended to Council for adoption.  The Leader thanked staff and Cabinet colleagues for their input into developing the plan, and translating the manifesto pledges of the administration into corporate aims and objectives for the current five-year term.

     

    Decision:

     

    To agree the draft Corporate Plan for consultation with Scrutiny.