Our resources are well managed and reflect the priorities of our residents
Are we achieving our targets?
Green – 7; Amber – 2; Red – 1; M – 4
Are we getting better?
Stayed the same
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- Performance against the Equality Framework for Local Government was maintained at the ‘excellent’ level and delivery of the approved capital programme continued to improve and perform well against target.
- In terms of delivering an overall balanced budget for the authority, the mid-year review forecasted an overspend of £1.1m. Over the previous two financial years the overall outturn position at year end had improved compared to the position reported at mid-year review.
- The delivery of savings proposals remained red against target and fell slightly on the 75% achieved during the first review of the year. It is anticipated that those savings targets that have slipped will still be delivered, though phasing will be different to that originally planned.
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- Cheshire West and Chester expects to achieve a balanced budget. A significant improvement in comparison to the forecasted overspend at first review and at mid-year.
- The delivery of savings proposals remained red against target and fell slightly on the 75% achieved during the first quarter of the year. The target relates to the delivery of all savings proposals across the organisation.
- Performance on the proportion of Transactional Service Centre queries resolved at the first point of contact showed as maintained performance and remained better than target.
- Performance on the proportion of ICT projects delivered to agreed milestones was improved, with every milestone being met during October and November representing 100% performance for that period.