Performance Reporting - Community Performance
Community Planning is a process which helps public agencies to work together with the community to plan and deliver better services which make a real difference to people's lives.
The government has removed spending restrictions on council budgets so that local authorities can decide how best to achieve the outcomes with the available resources.
The Moray Community Planning Partnership has identified priorities to meet the needs of the people of Moray. These priorities link to the outcomes of the agreement.
Moray 10 Year Plan Local Outcomes Improvement Plan reflects the spirit of partnership working and is one of the main guiding principles for future progress.
Public Performance Reports provide a balanced summary of performance and achievements against the delivery of local outcomes in respect of Community Planning priorities.
Reports for 2021-22
2021-22 Quarter 4 (January - March) LOIP Performance Monitoring Reports
Reports for 2020-21
Priority - Empowering and Connecting Communities
Priority - Improving well-being of our population
Quarterly Monitoring Tables – the documents that provide supporting information; progress against Local Outcome Improvement Plan Actions and Performance Indicators. Regular performance reports presented to the Community Planning Board refer to the documents. The Partnership uses Pentana software to manage, monitor and report performance. Tables include status icons to help readers understand performance against targets and due dates.
View the key to status icons (PDF).
|Building and better future for children and young people in Moray||√||√||√|
|Empowering and connecting communities||√||√||√|
|Growing, diverse and sustainable economy||√||√||√|
|Improving well-being of our population||√||√||√|
Moray Area Profile
A large amount of data and information is held on our Information and Research page that relates to Moray; that includes Census, forecasts and unemployment.