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Annual Performance Report

Published: 24/10/2019

Flintshire County Council’s performance during 2018-19 will be discussed at a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday 22 October before the publication of the Council’s Annual Performance Report.

The report reflects the overall good progress that has been made against priorities set out in the Council Plan 2018-19 and summarises the achievements of the organisation. Flintshire continues to be a well-run and high performing council. Our consistently good performance has been recognised locally and nationally.

Some of the successes are set out below:

  • Continuation of building new council and affordable homes with 153 built by the end of March 2019. 
  • The 21st Century Schools programme continued with a major development of Connah’s Quay High School and a brand new junior school being built in Penyffordd to replace the current infant and junior schools.
  • Proactive work has seen almost 95% of private landlords register with Rent Smart Wales.
  • Llys Raddington opened, providing 73 extra care units in Flint, bringing the total number of units to 184, with a further 59 being built in Holywell.
  • The 32 bed expansion of Marleyfield Care Home is in the design phase, with a planned operational date of mid-2021.
  • Hwb Cylfe, the replacement for Glanrafon Day Centre for people with a learning disability, is now open.
  • The Early Help Hub is fully functioning, with commitment from all agencies. During the year, 1,246 families accessed the Hub and were provided with information and / or support.
  • Opening a new Household Recycling Centre (HRC) to serve Flint and Connah’s Quay at Rockcliffe, Oakenholt.
  • Digital support was provided to 676 Universal Credit recipients.
  • A total of 456 clients between Communities for Work (CFW) and Communities for Work Plus (CFW+) have been registered for the programme during 2018/19. All have been assigned a mentor.

Flintshire County Council Chief Executive, Colin Everett, said:

"The Council is making good progress in areas highlighted as priorities. Despite ever increasing, intense funding pressures and reductions in national funding, Flintshire has been creative and successful in achieving its aims for another year.”

The Leader of Flintshire County Council, Councillor Ian Roberts, said:

“The Council has once again proved to be a high performing organisation, setting targets and meeting the priorities stated in the Council Plan.”   

The Report must be published by 31 October and at County Council on 22 October, councillors will be asked to adopt the report for publishing.

 


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