Cabinet to hear update on council’s performance

The next meeting of Cabinet will be held in the Council Chamber on Tuesday 14 September at 10.30am.

 

Release date: 9 September 2021

West Sussex County Council’s Cabinet is due to hold its next meeting in the Council Chamber at County Hall, Chichester on Tuesday (14 September) at 10.30am.

The meeting will focus on the Performance and Resources Report, which provides an overview of the performance across West Sussex County Council for the first quarter of 2021/2022 (April - June).

It brings together information on performance, finance, workforce and risk management, and describes how the County Council is delivering the four priorities set out in ‘Our Council Plan’:

  • keeping people safe from vulnerable situations,
  • a sustainable and prosperous economy,
  • helping people and communities fulfil their potential,
  • making the best use of resources.

These four priorities are all underpinned by the council’s target to tackle climate change by 2030.

All the details of the meeting can be found by viewing the full agenda

Due to the need to maintain the safety and wellbeing of all persons using the building and the council’s continuing focus on managing risk to the community, there will be a reduced capacity public gallery available to anyone wishing to attend and view the meeting in person. Admission is by ticket only, bookable in advance by emailing democratic.services@westsussex.gov.uk.

Details of Covid-19 safety measures in place at County Hall will be provided to anyone booking to attend in person.

Residents and other interested parties who don’t want to attend the meeting in person will also be able to watch the meeting live via the County Council public i.tv portal.

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