Oxfordshire County Council's performance reports | Oxfordshire County Council

Oxfordshire County Council's performance reports

How Oxfordshire County Council is performing

Corporate plan and performance indicators

The council’s Corporate Plan sets out our key programmes of work and priorities for four years. The plan is reviewed and updated annually.

At the start of each year Cabinet members agree a number of performance indicators so that we can assess the council’s performance against the priorities set out in the Corporate Plan. The indicators used each year, and the council’s assessment of our performance, can be viewed below.

Quarterly performance reports

The council’s performance is reported and published quarterly (4 times a year). For details, click on the links below:

‚ÄčThese reports help officers and members of the council to monitor performance in key service areas and be assured that progress is being made to improve areas where performance has fallen below expectations.

To help us do this we:

  • make sure that decisions about performance and improvement are taken in line with the council’s priorities
  • set challenging targets to encourage improvement, and continually monitor our performance against these targets
  • collect, listen and learn from feedback from our customers.

Quarterly reports are also considered by the council’s Performance Scrutiny Committee, whose statutory responsibility is to review and scrutinise the council’s performance. More information can be found on the council’s scrutiny pages.

Annual accounts and audit

The Annual Statement of Accounts presents the financial position of the county council for the previous year (ending 31 March). It includes a narrative report and annual governance statement.

The Annual Audit and Inspection letter produced by independent external auditors gives a summary of the past year’s council's performance and an analysis of its finances.

Visit the annual accounts and audit page to view these documents

Last reviewed
06 December 2016
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