Strategies, policies and plans

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Strategies, policies and plans

  • Corporate Plan 2014-2021

    Rother District Council is committed to playing its part in delivering a good quality of life for all who live and work in the District of Rother. We recognise that we need to clearly communicate our long-term plans for the future.

  • Anti-fraud initiatives

    Rother District Council is committed to protecting public funds and minimising losses to fraud and corruption.

  • Equalities at Rother District Council

    Our aim is to ensure that every person we deal with receives the same level of service, based solely on relevant factors and taking individual needs into account. We will ensure that everyone is treated with courtesy and respect.

  • Local Strategic Partnership (LSP)

    The Local Government Act 2000 placed a duty on Local Authorities to prepare Community Plans and establish Local Strategic Partnerships.

  • Constitution

    Constitution

  • Forward Plan

    The forward plan is produced monthly and covers a period of 4 months.

  • Local Code of Corporate Governance

    Corporate Governance is the term used to describe the system by which Local Authorities direct and control their functions and relate to their communities. The Council has adopted a Local Code of Corporate Governance, which is consistent with the principles and reflects the requirements of the CIPFA (Chartered Institute of Public Finance) and SOLACE (Society of Local Authority Chief Executives) Framework for Corporate Governance in Local Government - a Keystone to Community Governance.

  • Performance Management

    How the authority manages its performance so that it is able to deliver its aims and objectives.

  • Risk Management Policy and Framework

    Risk refers to the uncertainty that surrounds future events and outcomes. Particularly with the current climate of change, it is essential that the Council has a strong Risk Management Policy and a risk aware culture throughout the organisation to ensure that its Key Aims are achieved. Responsibility for Risk Management rests with all Members and Officers of the Council. Members have ultimate responsibility for Risk Management as risks threaten the achievement of policy objectives.

  • Active Rother strategy

    The Active Rother programme and strategy is one of the Rother Local Strategic Partnership's three main priorities.

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