Corporate plan and performance
The Barnet Plan 2021 to 2025
The Council’s Corporate Plan for 2021 to 2025 sets our vision and strategy for the next 4 years.
This includes outcomes we want to achieve for the borough, the priorities we will focus limited resources on, and our approach for how we will deliver these.
The council and its partners will focus on four priorities over the next four years to realise our vision:
- Clean, safe and well run: a place where our streets are clean and antisocial behaviour is dealt with so residents feel safe. Providing good quality, customer friendly services in all that we do
- Family Friendly: creating a Family Friendly Barnet, enabling opportunities for our children and young people to achieve their best
- Healthy: a place with fantastic facilities for all ages, enabling people to live happy and healthy lives
- Thriving: a place fit for the future, where all residents, businesses and visitors benefit from improved sustainable infrastructure & opportunity.
How we will deliver our vision
We will deliver our vision using a preventative approach and considering equalities in all that we do.
Adopting preventative measures to help people remain healthy, happy and independent in all aspects of life.
A strong cohesive community, where diversity is celebrated, and everyone has equal opportunity regardless of their background place with fantastic facilities for all ages, enabling people to live happy & healthy lives.
We will continually review our activities and progress against need and delivery expectations. In developing our framework, we will take a pragmatic approach to assessing our in-year performance, tracking progress against the most important areas of the business aligned to the commitments in the Barnet Plan. Once agreed this measurement framework will be published and our performance against the plan reported at least annually to ensure transparency and accountability.
The council’s performance is monitored quarterly by Policy and Resources Committee and the Theme Committees. The reports focus on how well the council is performing against the priorities in the Corporate Plan and the additional committee priorities in the strategic plans.