Mid and East Antrim Borough Council seeks feedback on its 2024-25 Performance Improvement Plan

Tuesday 9 January 2024

Mid and East Antrim Borough Council has released a draft of its Performance Improvement Plan for the period April 2024 to March 2025 and is keen to receive feedback from residents, businesses and community groups in the area.

The plan, which is currently out for public consultation, proposes three improvement objectives and describes the actions the Council could take to achieve them. The three proposed objectives support the Council’s long-term ambitions and build on the findings of the recent Citizens Survey (2022).

The plan is just one element of Council’s drive for continuous improvement, alongside its Corporate Plan – which is due to launch later this year.

Launching the consultation, Interim Chief Executive for Mid and East Antrim Borough Council, Valerie Watts, said:

“As a Council, and as a community, we have all been affected by global events - from the pandemic, to record levels of inflation and the cost-of-living crisis. Value creation has never been more important for our citizens, and for us as an organisation.

“To achieve this, and to guarantee our future sustainability, we are taking a closer look at what we do and how we do it. We want to ensure we are using all of the resources available to us, in the most efficient and effective way possible.

“These changes will not happen overnight, and while some actions will be more instantly achievable, they will be a key focus within our next Corporate Plan, which will take us up to 2028.

“This consultation looks at our annual Improvement Plan, which demonstrates improvement over the course of the next financial year.  Your participation in its development is very important to us and each response will be carefully considered to help shape our final plan”.

The consultation will run until 2 April 2024 and can be completed by visiting our Consultations section.

Information relating to hard copy returns are provided within the consultation document. 

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