Deadline for responses on Council Improvement Plan extended
16 June 2021
The deadline for responses from the public on the recently published Derry City and Strabane District Council draft Performance Improvement Plan for 2021/22 has been extended to August 16th.
Under Part 12 of the Local Government Act (NI) 2014, Council has a legal obligation to produce a Performance Improvement Plan that strives towards continuous improvement in the quality of life of our citizens.
The first draft is currently available online and Council is keen to get the views of the public to the key objectives and to find out if there are any alternative improvement objectives they would like to see considered this year or in the future.
Among the improvement objectives set out in the draft plan are to put into place a range of initiatives to increase employment opportunities and stimulate economic growth and to assist with the return of healthy lifestyles through participation in leisure, sport and physical activities. The plan also includes a commitment to create a greener, cleaner and more attractive local environment and sets out plans to deliver improved customer support services and processes.
A key objective set out in the Improvement Plan is the Council's commitment to deliver a dynamic recovery plan that will provide a proactive response to the challenges presented by the COVID 19 pandemic. The plan will put measures in place to enhance the social, economic and environmental well-being across the Council district.
Encouraging the public to read the draft plan, the newly elected Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Alderman Graham Warke said it was important that Council received feedback from the public on the draft plan and highlighted issues that are important to the people across the entire City and District.
A copy of the draft Performance Improvement Plan 2021/22 is available on the Council website at http://bit.ly/DCSDCPlan
Alternatively, you can contact the Council by phone at 028 71 253253 ext 4266.