considered the proposed content of the Communities Performance
Scorecard for 2022/23. The Corporate Director – Operations,
Homes and Communities presented the report and summarised the main
points, including Key Projects and Activities, new Projects and
current projects that have been removed. He highlighted two
proposed amendments to the proposed Performance Indicators:
Community Recovery Strategy – Transfer to the
scorecard for Health and Wellbeing Committee
3G Artificial Pitch Development – Add to the
Performance Indicators for this Committee.
In the ensuing
discussion, the following main points were made:
Reference was made to Asset Based Community
Development Outcomes. The Corporate Director explained that a paper
or presentation on this topic can be provided at the June meeting
of the Committee.
There are 3 Performance Indicators that include
elements related Housing Enforcement. There will be a report back
in time to demonstrate what has been achieved in respect of the
various strands of the Enforcement Policy and overall
The Corporate Director advised that it is possible
to provide information regarding numbers on the Housing Waiting
List, but interpreting the data is not straightforward and care
needs to be taken with the narrative. Officers can look into
developing a meaningful indicator.
As part of the implementation of the Housing
Enforcement Policy Officers will look at how information can be
recorded to evidence how the work of the Private Sector is driving
up the quality of Private Sector Housing generally in
RESOLVED: That the Committee agree the proposed content of the
Communities Performance Scorecard for 2022/23.