Suffolk County Council ‘Our Priorities”

SCC Priorities Doc front page

At any election, you stand on a manifesto and if you win you have to translate that manifesto into a document that the organisation you will be running for the next term can make sense of what you are about and what as an Administration you want to achieve and the way in which you want to go about it.  So, it’s fitting that post the AGM of the Council at our next meeting on 20th July, I presented the first strategy document of the New Council the Conservative administration’s ‘Our Priorities’ document which was debated and passed almost unanimously as we Conservatives detail the SCC priorities for the coming 4 years. This will also inform our budgets and business plans for the term.

There will of course be many more documents to come as we look to how at the wider Suffolk system across all tiers of local government and with our Police, Health partners alongside Businesses and Voluntary organisation plan for Suffolk’s future.

The ‘Our Priorities’ 3 themes are:

  • Inclusive growth – improve education standards, protect our unique natural and historic environment, support business growth, develop skills for future employment, improve transport and digital networks
  • Health, care and well-being – keep Suffolk safe, reduce mental health issues, improve life styles, support vulnerable people, support for elderly and disabled care
  • Efficient and effective public services – maintain our low tax status, make our services more accessible, find savings in our operations, reshape our workforce to improve services.

You can click the link below to read and download the document.

Suffolk County Council ‘Our Priorities’ 

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I'm a Conservative politician-lite, I dabble a bit in Party Politics with my main focus of working hard and being a strong voice for my community making sure local government delivers quality services and fellow residents get value for money for their hard earned money they pay in Council tax | Where this Gravatar appears and I am expressing my views or liking something I do so in a personal capacity and does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of Suffolk County Council, Forest Heath District Council, the Conservative Party or come to think of it anyone else | But having said the above at an election time and to stay legal anything I write is promoted by Kerry Buist on behalf of Colin Noble, both at West Suffolk Conservative Association, Unit 8, Swan Lane Business Park, Exning, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 7FN

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