Council publishes first Annual Report

Annual Report 2015 2016

Published: 24th October 2016

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council has published its first Annual Report covering performance during the 2015/16 year.

The Annual Report reflects on progress achieved during a period of transition as a newly established Council and illustrates what the Council set out to achieve, its key achievements, an overview of the financial report, and information on how the Council performed against statutory and corporate indicators. In terms of timeframe, the Annual Report relates directly to year one of the Council’s Corporate Plan 2015-19 and the Council’s first Corporate Improvement Plan 2015/16.

Commenting on the report, Council Chairperson, Councillor Mary Garrity, noted that the 2015/16 year had been a year of significant change with the establishment of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council alongside the challenges of providing public services in a difficult financial climate.

“I am pleased at the significant progress which has been made towards achieving our strategic objectives and look forward to the delivery of continued improvements in the years ahead as we work to deliver on our improvement duty,” she added.

The Annual 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 emailing communityplanning@fermanaghomagh.com.

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