Angela Woodhouse, the Head of Policy, Communications and
Governance, introduced the Policy and Resources Quarter 3
Performance Report to the Committee.
Woodhouse outlined that performance had been positive overall, with
67% of indicators achieving their target. However there were
several indicators which had missed their target, one of them being
the number of affordable homes delivered (gross).
response to a question from the Committee Mr William Cornall, the
Director of Regeneration and Place,
confirmed that the Council had committed to drafting a new
Supplementary Planning Document which aimed to increase the supply
of affordable housing in the borough.
Committee requested the methodology used for the indicator
‘percentage of land and highways with acceptable levels of
litter’ be circulated to the Committee after the meeting, as
it felt that no amount of litter was an acceptable level of
Woodhouse confirmed that she would investigate the reasons for the
decrease in litter reports attended to, and whether it was linked
to the volume of reports that had been made online. Mrs Woodhouse
confirmed an update would be circulated to the Committee by
the summary of performance for Quarter 3 of 2017/18 for Key
Performance Indicators (KPIs) be noted.
Councillor Garland arrived during consideration of this