The priorities within our Corporate Plan aim to be progressive and forward thinking, but they cannot be met by Conwy County Borough Council alone, particularly in such challenging financial times, and therefore it is vital we work in partnership with communities and other public sector organisations to make the improvements happen. We have to move away from traditional models of public service delivery and think innovatively to meet the changing needs of communities if we are going to keep services sustainable.
Our Vision is
Conwy - a progressive County creating opportunity
We are working in a changing and demanding environment. Our vision is to be progressive in managing change and to use it to create opportunities; to safeguard what we have, and to build on this to accommodate change. This vision is a shared endeavour. We want to strengthen our relationship with citizens so that we can work together to improve the county. In all that we do, from educating children, caring for the vulnerable, recycling waste, regulating businesses, to providing leisure facilities and theatre performances to name but a few, we want to be progressive and creative so that we maximise the opportunities available to the communities within Conwy county.
Our values represent the beliefs of our organisation and the expected behaviour from everyone working for Conwy County Borough Council. See our Vision and Values (PDF, 335Kb)
We will ask communities each year if the priorities are still right and review them if they need altering. Likewise, we want to tell communities about what has been achieved, and each October we will provide updates through an annual report. However, we don’t want to wait for an annual event to hear your views - if you have ideas or want to get involved in making positive change in your community please let us know. Please complete the survey here or email us at the address below.
Older versions of the reports found on this page are available on request: email@example.com
Did you know we have a BSL video about the Corporate Plan and the County Conversation?
Find out more about the Corporate Plan
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