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Council Plan 2022/23 TO 2025/26

Meeting: 03/03/2022 - Full Council (Item 187)

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Councillor S Davies, Leader, presented the report of the Chief Executive in relation to the 2022/23 to 2024/25 Council Plan.  The Plan had been refreshed in order to drive the delivery of the Council’s vision to protect, care and invest to create a better Borough and set out the focus during the next three years.


During the debate, the focus was on equal homes for all, enforcement action to be taken against landlords who failed to meet good standards of rented accommodation, education attainment in both primary and secondary education, trees and the green agenda.


Upon being put to the vote it was:


RESOLVED – that the Council Plan 2022/23 to 2025/26 be approved.



Meeting: 17/02/2022 - Cabinet (Item 137)

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The Leader of the Council presented the report of the Chief Executive.


The report underpinned the work presented in the Medium Term Financial Strategy 2022/23 report and set out the Council’s vision for the Borough.


The Council had the lowest tax in the Midlands; it had protected green spaces through the Green Guarantee scheme, and would protect more spaces with the creation of further local nature reserves. The Authority provided outstanding children’s services and it would continue to work to ensure Council services were as good as they could be.


NuPlace properties were home to over 1,000 residents, making it the largest private sector landlord in Telford & Wrekin. NuPlace provided a home for life, ensured tenants could trust their landlord, and increased the standards of private rented accommodation across the Borough. 


A number of other successful projects were noted such as regeneration projects on the Borough’s high streets, the construction of factory units through the Property and Regeneration Fund, and highway maintenance.


Members stated their pride in the work of the Council, their ambition to deliver for residents, and their desire to make Telford and Wrekin a place to be proud of.


The Leader of the Liberal Democrat Group welcomed the plan, stating particular support for the environmental aspects therein.


RESOLVED – that Cabinet approve the refreshed Council Plan 2022/23 to 2025/26.