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Delivering the plan

The Council Plan is supported by our Financial Plan and an overarching Delivery Plan, and each department has a Service Plan which sets out how that department will deliver the headline initiatives and actions in the Council Plan.

In addition to monitoring progress on these actions, the following measures will also be monitored on a quarterly basis to show how we’re progressing in delivering the Council Plan.

Council Plan measures

Overarching measures

  • Percentage of residents who are satisfied with our services
  • Percentage of residents agreeing that they feel informed about our decisions
  • Percentage of residents agreeing we provide good value for money

Resilient, healthy and safe communities

  • Number of people with a learning disability and/or who are autistic with an outcome focused support plan
  • Number of people with a learning disability and/or who are autistic recovering from mental ill health supported to move from 24-hour residential care to more independent supported living setting
  • Number of people achieving a 4 week Quit
  • Number of people achieving a 5% weight loss
  • Percentage of successful completions as a proportion of all in treatment for substance misuse
  • Uptake of full sexual health screen out of all those eligible
  • Number of local communities (geographic or thematic) applying a Thriving Communities approach and number of thematic areas covered
  • Number of people from organisations and communities directly supporting the running of hyper local activity in Thriving Communities areas
  • Number of people who received support or benefiting from individual activities in Thriving Communities areas
  • Equality and Diversity measures to be set following confirmation of Equality and Diversity Strategy

High performing, value for money and resident focused services

  • Percentage of Council run children’s homes rated as ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted
  • Rate of improvement in the proportion of children attending schools rated “Good” or “Outstanding” by Ofsted
  • Number of approved fostering households
  • Utilisation of foster carers
  • Proportion of practice areas within reflective case reviews judged to be good or better
  • Children’s social work assessments completed within 45 days
  • Initial child protection conferences within 15 days
  • Early help assessments completed within 45 days
  • Increase in the percentage of children returning home after a period of being in care
  • Number of children living with Council foster carers
  • Percentage of children in care leaving through special guardianship orders where it is safe and appropriate to do so
  • Reduction in average duration of children in need plans
  • Reduction in the proportion of children in need cases requiring social care escalation
  • Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework measures – to be confirmed following national review
  • 30 further services available online via our Customer Relationship Management system
  • Achievement of identified annual budget savings
  • Amount of money raised from the disposal of council land and building
  • Sickness as a percentage of available working hours

Effective early help for individuals and communities

  • Percentage of children achieving a good level of development at the Early Years Foundation Stage
  • Percentage of completed specialist Domestic Violence interventions with a goal fully met
  • Increasing trajectory from baseline of specialist domestic abuse interventions that continue to completion
  • Percentage of parents/carers who feel that their child’s EHCP has the right support in it
  • Percentage of parents/carers who feel that their views were listened to during the assessment process
  • Number of older people and disabled people entering residential care
  • Number of older people and disabled people able to access short term assistance to regain or increase independence
  • Number of people with social care needs able to access Assistive Technology

A prosperous and green Derbyshire

  • Total amount of expenditure on the delivery of the Local Transport Programme
  • Percentage of residents satisfied with highways and transport services
  • Percentage of Principal roads where maintenance should be considered
  • Percentage of Non-principal classified roads where maintenance should be considered
  • Percentage of Unclassified road network where maintenance should be considered
  • Percentage of road defects repaired within target
  • Number of start-up businesses supported
  • Number of properties classed as hard to reach (post Contract 2) that are fibre enabled
  • Percentage of pupils achieving the expected level in Phonics
  • Percentage point gap between disadvantaged pupils in Derbyshire and non-disadvantaged pupils achieving the expected standard in Phonics
  • Percentage of pupils achieving a standard pass (grades 4 to 9) in English and Maths at GCSE to 
  • Percentage point gap between disadvantaged pupils in Derbyshire and non-disadvantaged pupils achieving a standard pass (grades 4 to 9) in English and Maths at GCSE
  • Percentage of 17 to 18 year olds in employment, education, and training
  • Amount of Apprenticeship Levy transferred to businesses
  • Percentage reduction in carbon emissions from council land and operations from 2010 baseline
  • Reduction in staff mileage