Annual Delivery Plan
The Annual Delivery Plan (ADP) details the actions that will be undertaken in 2020-21 to improve local well-being and deliver the Council’s four Well-being Objectives.
We believe these objectives complement each other and collectively will contribute to the national Well-being Goals as detailed in the Well-being of Future Generations Act.
Our four Well-being Objectives are:
To work with and for our communities
To support learning, employment and sustainable economic growth
To support people at home and in their community
To respect, enhance and enjoy our environment
The ADP details work that will be undertaken by all Council services and forms Part One of the Council’s Improvement Plan. Extensive consultation and engagement were undertaken to inform the Corporate Plan and this has also shaped the ADP. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic it has been necessary to approve the ADP using emergency powers and it has not been possible to complete the consultation that was originally planned as part of the development of the new ADP.
In recognition of these exceptional circumstances Councillor Neil Moore has made a statement which is available in full below and which has been included in the ADP for 2020-21. In his statement he has highlighted that:
'The Plan sets out what we had identified as priorities prior to the pandemic and they remain important. As the full implications of the pandemic become clearer, the scope and priority of some of these activities may change. This will be explored and explained in regular progress reports, and in the knowledge that its delivery will not be how we originally envisaged.
By working together to deliver our response to the Coronavirus and the Annual Delivery Plan, elected members and staff remain committed to working with local communities and partners to provide the best services they can.
We will learn, adapt and innovate as a result of the current situation and this will help to shape our future. The focus will remain on ensuring that we provide the best services we can to residents across the Vale.' - Statement from Councillor Neil Moore, Leader of the Vale of Glamorgan Council.