Policies and plans

The Derby Plan

The Derby Plan: Vision for Derby 2030 sets out our three big ambitions for our city. It is put together by Derby City and Neighbourhood Partnerships which is an alliance of over 250 public, private, voluntary and community organisations in the city. Members reflect a wide range of interests such as local neighbourhoods, local authority and health care services, community organisations, the police, learning providers, media, manufacturing, retail, faith and race communities.

The Derby Plan has been based on what we know about the city's needs, through statistics and trends, and on the ambitions people told us they wanted for themselves, their neighbourhoods and their city. The three areas that result from this are:

  • Safe - a place where people are safe and the vulnerable are put first and supported.
  • Strong - a place where people work together, can enjoy good health and wellbeing throughout their life and feel that they belong to a thriving community.
  • Ambitious - a place where we support our children and young people to achieve their full potential, skills are valued, jobs and businesses are growing and we have the infrastructure to create a city for the future.

Council Plan 2016-2019

Our Council Plan 2016-2019 underpins the Derby Plan by sharing the same big ambitions for our city. It sets out what key improvements we would like to make and the types of actions that we will take to make them. As we are coming to the end of this Council Plan period, we are currently reviewing the best way forward, and we expect to publish a refreshed Council Plan for consultation in the near future.

Delivery Plan 2018-2019

Our annual Delivery Plan is where we set out how we are working towards our priorities in specific objectives. Each of these objectives is allocated to a department and an Accountable Officer, and we report progress through our performance management system. Cabinet approved the current Delivery Plan in August 2018, and we will report progress back to Cabinet as part of the Quarter 2 performance results in November.

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