How the plan fits in with other plans
To ensure this plan drives action, it has a clear relationship with other strategic and operational plans across the borough.
The key relationships
- The Place Plan has been developed by the Council and local NHS and sets out a vision for residents' health and wellbeing over the next five years. It outlines a number of priorities shared between the Council and other key partners to highlight how people can maximise their own health and wellbeing as well as how services can be improved.
- Increasingly we coordinate our activities with the neighbouring councils of Cheshire East and Warrington. This Cheshire and Warrington sub-region is particularly relevant for economic development, on which we work together through our Local Enterprise Partnership, and the reform of our services. We work closely with partners in North Wales and the Liverpool City Region through partnerships such as the Mersey Dee Alliance.
- Another key link is with the Council's Medium Term Financial Plan to ensure our resources match our priorities.
- The Council Plan also links with the Local Plan which guides development and planning across the borough. A new Local Plan has been adopted in stages, in January 2015 and October 2018.
- All services across the organisation will produce plans to set out how they will contribute to the priorities in the Council Plan.
- Finally, individual objectives agreed with staff all link back to the vision, values and priorities in the Council Plan.