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City of York Council Plan 2015-2019

Meeting: 25/06/2015 - Executive (Item 10)

10 Draft Council Plan 2015-2019 pdf icon PDF 85 KB

This report seeks the approval of the Executive for the draft Council Plan for 2015-2019, as a basis for consultation with residents, businesses and public sector partners.

Additional documents:

Decision:

Resolved:  That the Executive agree to:

 

(i)      Approve the draft Council Plan for the City of York 2015-2019 for consultation between July and September 2015; and  

 

(ii)        Request a further report detailing the outcomes of this consultation with any resulting proposed revisions to the plan to be presented to the Executive in September.

 

Reason:  To ensure that the priorities of the new administration and the Council’s statutory responsibilities are delivered.

 

 

Minutes:

Members considered the draft Council Plan for 2015-19 which had been developed in consultation with Portfolio Holders and Council Officers based on the priorities of the new administration and built around 3 key priorities. It was noted that consultation with residents, communities, business and partner agencies would take place from July to September.

 

Officers highlighted the importance of a Plan to provide a framework for the budget, service planning and to enable the Council to be held to account on their priorities.

 

In answer to questions, Members confirmed that the draft Plan, at Annex A of the report, provided only a summary of the key issues in order to make it accessible and that an evidence based approach would be taken.

 

Resolved:  That the Executive agree to:

 

(i)      Approve the draft Council Plan for the City of York 2015-2019 for consultation between July and September 2015; and  

 

(ii)        Request a further report detailing the outcomes of this consultation with any resulting proposed revisions to the plan to be presented to the Executive in September. 1.

 

Reason:  To ensure that the priorities of the new administration and the Council’s statutory responsibilities are delivered.

 

 


 

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