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One Organisational Plan Quarterly Progress Report

Meeting: 23/09/2020 - Communities Overview and Scrutiny Committee (Item 6)

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Scott Thompkins, Assistant Director – Environmental Services, praised the Power BI system as a method for monitoring progress reports. 11 key business measures are monitored by Communities OSC. A lot of the business measures were affected by Covid-19. The rate of recording crime last year was 73% which was 2% above target. 76 properties were protected from flooding between November 2019-February 2020 and these floods were very time consuming for the flood management team.


Councillor Kondakor noted that the Bermuda project was behind schedule and no bus operator will run a service on it. Scott Thompkins replied that the tender return date had been extended by three weeks and five contactors were due to submit tenders in October 2020 for a contract to be awarded before Christmas 2020. Nigel Whyte added that £500,000 of funding was received from the Department for Transport to boost bus partridge across the UK. Part of the funding was used to extend bus features for the Bermuda area.



That the Overview and Scrutiny Committee considers and comments on the progress of the delivery of the One Organisational Plan 2020 for the period as contained in the report.