Families in the Isle have welcomed North Lincolnshire Council’s new improved strategy for the next few years.
It that shows in detail how it will deliver a vision and strategic priorities. Approved by Cabinet in June, it builds on the previous strategy that was developed in 2012.
In the last 12 months, the council says it has worked hard to demonstrate its commitment to ‘one council, putting customers first’.
There have been a number of successes. Just a few of these include: Successful transition of public health into the council delivered a new ‘do it online’ website, frozen council tax until 2016 and achievement of outstanding Ofsted assessment for looked after children, children’s homes and the fostering service.
It has also successfully bid for £9 million for a university technical college and a first rate response to businesses and residents during the floods in December 2013.