Corporate plan and performance
The Corporate Plan is an internal business planning document that sets out the council's future priorities and objectives.
Why do we need a Corporate Plan?
- A clearly set Corporate Plan ensures that the council manages its resources effectively.
- It ensures that projects can be delivered by the council's services and that enough capacity is available to deliver them.
- It provides a focus for the council's Cabinet to plan its work - and the framework for the council's scrutiny function to hold the Cabinet to account.
- It provides the framework for evaluating the council's performance.
Progress and Performance
Performance is reviewed regularly to ensure that we are on target to achieving our objectives.
The council's Corporate Management Team and the Scrutiny Committee monitor progress against the key projects, budgets and performance measures on a regular basis and take action where any activities are behind schedule or target. A report is also produced annually to highlight the key achievements.
Reviewing the Corporate Plan
The Corporate Plan is reviewed annually to ensure that the key projects and measures are still relevant, important and we are continuing to achieve the outcomes we set ourselves.
Corporate Plan 2022-2025
A new Corporate Plan for the period 2022 - 2025 was agreed by the Council in January 2022. The plan has been extensively updated to take account of new challenges and opportunities for Chichester District. The plan includes updated targets and key actions for the Council to deliver.
The priorities set out in the Corporate Plan 2022 - 2025 are:
- Homes for all
- Thriving Economy
- Supported Communities
- Financial Prudence
- A Cared-for Environment
To help us track how well we are delivering our services to our customers we measure our key activities and set targets for performance using performance indicators. Each service measures performance on a regular basis and links to our latest quarterly Performance Indicator reports are included below. We also publish an Annual Report detailing what we have achieved over the last year and our priority work areas for the coming year.
You can contact the Council Performance team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.