“Hundreds of thousands of residents’ lives are affected by the work of this council: from pre-school children and retired people to families with children at school and college, from those in need of care and support to those wanting to retrain for a more skilled job.
As well as commissioning millions of pounds’ worth of services to support our residents, our continuing
investment in training, education and the provision of physical and digital infrastructure keeps Staffordshire working and moving.
Although there are sudden events which require flexibility and adaptability, long-term planning is essential to deliver multi-year strategies and this
document details how we will work, individually and in partnership with other local authorities and the NHS, to improve life for Staffordshire residents”.
Ian Parry, Cabinet Member for Finance and Resources
Reasons for the Decision – To receive an update on the development of the Corporate Delivery Plan 2022-23 which outlines the key priorities across the four directorates which will contribute to delivering against the Council’s Strategic Plan 2022-26.
Decision – (a) That the progress made in developing the Corporate Delivery Plan for 2022/23 be noted.
(b) That the council’s Corporate Delivery Plan for 2022/23 be approved.