Key Plans and Strategies
Key Plans and Strategies
Community Plan ‘Fermanagh and Omagh 2030’
The Community Plan for the district, ‘Fermanagh and Omagh 2030’, is the overarching, long-term strategy for the area, based on a thorough analysis of the district’s needs and priorities. The Community Plan sets out three themes and eight long-term outcomes which aim to improve quality of life for local people through improved social, economic and environmental wellbeing, and to contribute to sustainable development. It will be delivered through a partnership structure involving organisations from across the public, private and community/voluntary sectors with the Council acting as lead partner.
Further information on our community planning process, including a copy of the Community Plan, is available by clicking here.
Corporate Plan Update 2017-19
Fermanagh and Omagh District Council has updated its Corporate Plan to cover the period 2017-19. The update takes account of the introduction of a Community Plan for the area and aligns the Council’s corporate priorities to the long term strategic direction set out in the Community Plan. The purpose of the Corporate Plan is to demonstrate, for the period 2017-19:
(i) the contribution which the Council will make towards delivery of the Community Plan for the district;
(ii) how the Council will fulfil its statutory and other responsibilities.
Annual Improvement Objectives
Each year the Council will identify, consult upon and publish Improvement Objectives which will set out what we will do in the year ahead to deliver on our statutory duty to secure continuous improvement. We will also publish a performance report by the end of September in the following financial year, outlining the progress made towards achieving those objectives.
In the 2017-18 year, we have included our Improvement Objectives within the Corporate Plan Update 2017-19. A one page summary of these improvement objectives can be found in the related files section of this page.
How do you feel we can improve our services?
The Council wishes to develop ongoing dialogue with citizens and communities about how improvements can be achieved.
The list below sets out key Council Services:
- Waste and recycling
- Leisure and sports
- Arts and culture
- Economic development and tourism
- Community Services
- Environmental Health
- Planning and Building Control
- Off-Street Car Parking
What improvements would you like to see Fermanagh and Omagh District Council make in the future? Click here to comment.
If you wish to discuss any of the issues raised in this document then please contact:
Head of Community Planning and Performance
Tel: 0300 303 1777
Annual Performance Report 2016-2017
Fermanagh and Omagh District Council has published its Annual Performance Report covering performance during the 2016/17 year.
The Council publishes an Annual Performance Report to communicate a self-evaluation of how it has delivered against its priorities and commitments. The document provides a clear, overall assessment of Council performance during the previous financial year, ie, 1 April 2016 – 31 March 2017. The report covers the following areas:
• Corporate Plan commitments
• Improvement objectives
• Statutory and Self Imposed Indicators
• Financial overview
Commenting on the report, the Chairman of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, Councillor Stephen McCann, remarked that the Annual Performance Report was a valuable document which demonstrated the breadth and quality of work undertaken by the Council and provided assurance to our citizens as to the extent and quality of the services. “I am pleased at the significant progress which has been made towards achieving our strategic objectives and our improvement objectives for the 2016/17 year and look forward to the delivery of continued improvements in the years ahead”, he added.
The Annual Performance Report is available on our website. The report is also available in hard copy, by contacting a member of the Community Planning and Performance Team on 0300 303 1777 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org