Friday, 30 October 2009

Three year plan gets a green light

Last night Caerphilly County Borough Council unanimously accepted the new three year Improvement Plan, which sets out the priority areas for improvement over the next three years.

Leader of Council, Cllr Lindsay Whittle said, " I was pleased to see the council united in its acceptance of this plan last night. Our four main ambitions are set out in blocks with a core foundation of a fundamental purpose to improve public services."

He continued "As an authority we are all about building better public services and to do this we also need to focus on building better lifestyles for each and every resident. Building a vibrant economy so businesses can thrive in this area, set alongside our principle of providing a learning environment that helps build futures and change lives is a key component of providing the right environment to improve everybody's ability to improve their lives."

Caerphilly County Borough Council's Chief Executive, Stuart Rosser said, " Building better communities is the plan's title and it captures the next step in our journey of improvement. In all we wish to achieve, we are clear building better public services by improving our value for money culture is the consolidation that must be undertaken over the next few years. During the next three years, adherences to our sustainable and equalities policies are crucial components to all we undertake. Closely managing our budgets and putting in place financial regulations alongside accurately implementing fundamental procurement practices will enable services to achieve their individual targets."

For further information, please visit the Improvement Plan web page.


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