Flintshire County Council has a specific duty, like all public authorities, to carry out and publish results of our Equality Impact Assessments on our services and new and revised policies. The aim of Equality Impact Assessments is to make sure that our services and policies do not have a negative effect on different groups of people.
Listed below are the Directorate’s in which Equality Impact Assessments have been carried out.
- Community Service
- Corporate Services
- Lifelong Learning
Equality Impact Assessment - Complaints Policy
Supporting People Operational Plan
Equality Impact Assessment - Shotton Extra Care Services
Equality Impact Assessment - Old Brewery Shotton
Equality Impact Assessment - Supporting People, Eligibility Criteria
Equality Impact Assessment - Transport Services 2009
Equality Impact Assessment - Flintshire Parking Strategy
Equality Impact Assessment - Flintshire and Denbighshire Rest Centre Plan
Equality Impact Assessments
The Council set its annual budget on 1st March 2012 which included the need to make approximately £4.7m of efficiencies during 2012-2013. The budget proposals were shared for consultation with members of the public and elected members. To help us to understand the impact the efficiencies proposals may have on equality of different sections of our community, initial screening exercises have been undertaken on each proposal. A summary of the EIA of the annual budget can be found Where appropriate full equality impact assessments have been completed on the efficiency proposals.
If you require copies of
- Gender Equality Schemes
- Race Equality Schemes
- Disability Equality Schemes
Or any of their yearly annual reports please contact: Policy Officer
Flintshire County Council
CH7 6NG 01352 702122 or 01352 702131