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End of Year Performance Monitoring

Meeting: 15/06/2021 - Cabinet (Item 5)

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As detailed in the recommendations.


Councillor Mullin introduced the report and explained that the information presented the annual out-turn of performance against those measures identified for 2020/21.


The out-turn report for the 2020/21 Reporting Measures showed that 67% of the performance indicators had met or exceeded their targets.  Where performance could be measured against last year there had been a 52% downturn in trend, with 43% of measures improving on last year’s performance and 5% maintaining stable performance.  The report was an exception-based report and concentrated on under-performance against target.


The Chief Executive explained that the Reporting Measures were monitored by the respective Overview and Scrutiny Committees according to the priority area of interest, with the full report being submitted to Corporate Resources Overview and Scrutiny Committee the previous week.  Each Committee had been fully satisfied with the performance, noting that any areas of underperformance were explained by the interruption of the Covid-19 pandemic.  The Report would be submitted to County Council in July as formal adoption was required before the end of October. 


Members praised the performance of employees during what had been, and continued to be, a very difficult period.  It demonstrated the adaptability of the organisation and its employees.




(a)       That the overall performance of indicators against the agreed Reporting Measures at the end of year point be noted; and


(b)       That Members be assured by explanations given for underperformance, which in the main were explained by the interruption of the Covid-19 pandemic.