POLICY & RESOURCES SCRUTINY COMMITTEE

10th OCTOBER 2019

QUARTER 1 - 1ST APRIL TO 30TH JUNE 2019

CORPORATE PERFORMANCE MONITORING REPORT

 

To consider and comment on the following issues:

 

·         That the Scrutiny Committee considers the information contained within the report that spans across all departments, to make comments or proposals as appropriate and to satisfy itself regarding the performance of the Authority and its progress.

 

Reasons:

 

·         To enable members to exercise their scrutiny role in relation to performance monitoring.

 

·         To ensure that any areas of concern are identified and the relevant action taken.

 

 

To be referred to the Executive Board for decision: NO

 

 

 

Executive Board Member Portfolio Holders: All members of the Executive Board

 

 

 

Directorate:

Chief Executive’s

 

Name of Head of Service:

Noelwyn Daniel

 

 

Report Author:

Eva Hope

 

 

Designations:

 

 

 

Head of ICT & Corporate Policy

 

 

Departmental Performance Management Officer (Chief Executive’s Department)

 

 

Tel Nos. / E-Mail Addresses:

 

 

 

01267 246270

ndaniel@sirgar.gov.uk

 

01267224484

ehope@carmarthenshire.gov.uk

 


 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

POLICY & RESOURCES SCRUTINY COMMITTEE

10th OCTOBER 2019

 

 

Quarter 1 - 1st April to 30th June 2019

Corporate Performance Monitoring Report

 

 

 

Below is an overview of progress against actions and measures in the Corporate Strategy 2018-2023 to deliver the 2019/20 Well-being Objectives, as at 30th June 2019 and broken down by Scrutiny.

 

 

Breakdown as per Scrutiny

Total

On target

Off target

Currently not available

Annual

Overall % on Target

Community Scrutiny

87

77

5

0

5

89%

Education & Children’s Services Scrutiny

94

70

3

2

19

74%

Environmental & Public Protection Scrutiny

64

56

1

0

7

88%

Social Care & Health Scrutiny

25

24

1

0

0

96%

Policy & Resources Scrutiny

88

83

4

0

1

94%

Overall Performance

358

310

14

2

32

87%

 

The ‘off target’ and ‘currently not available’ deliverables should be discussed at their appropriate Scrutiny.

Please note: There are two Social Care measures in the Well-being Objectives where no targets have been set and therefore not included in the above table.

 

 

 

DETAILED REPORT ATTACHED?

 

 

NO

 

 


 

IMPLICATIONS

I confirm that other than those implications which have been agreed with the appropriate Directors / Heads of Service and are referred to in detail below, there are no other implications associated with this report.      

Signed:  

Noelwyn Daniel

 

Head of ICT & Corporate Policy

Policy, Crime & Disorder and Equalities

Legal

Finance

ICT

Risk Management Issues

Staffing Implications

Physical Assets

 

YES

 

 

YES

 

 

NONE

 

 

NONE

 

 

NONE

 

 

NONE

 

 

NONE

 

 

 

1. Policy, Crime & Disorder and Equalities

The Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 requires public bodies to take all reasonable steps to meet their Well-being Objectives

2. Legal 

 

In our published Well-being Statement we committed to monitor our Well-being Objective action plans.

 

 

CONSULTATIONS

I confirm that the appropriate consultations have taken in place and the outcomes are as detailed below:

           

Signed:  

Noelwyn Daniel

 

Head of ICT & Corporate Policy

 

1. Local Member(s) – N/A

 

2. Community / Town Council – N/A

 

3. Relevant Partners – N/A

 

4. Staff Side Representatives and other Organisations – All Departments have been consulted and have had the opportunity to provide comments on their performance and progress

Section 100D Local Government Act, 1972 – Access to Information

List of Background Papers used in the preparation of this report:

 

THESE ARE DETAILED BELOW:

Title of Document

 

File Ref No. / Locations that the papers are available for public inspection

Corporate Strategy 2018-2023

Corporate Strategy 2018-2023 - Refreshed June 2019