Mansfield: Council’s ‘top five aims’ for the town revealed

Mansfield Civic Centre.

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Improved housing, regeneration and job opportunities in the Mansfield area are among the five top priorities published by Mansfield Council in its Corporate Plan and Annual Performance Report for 2015.

The document sets out the council’s vision, targets and priorities for improving the lives of local residents, businesses and visitors over the next year.

The document also puts the spotlight on some of the council’s achievements and provides financial information on the authority’s performance, and about how well it is meeting its targets and addressing the challenge of budget cuts.

Executive mayor of Mansfield Council, Kate Allsop, said: “Our vision is to create a positive image of Mansfield which supports people, business and investment in the area, while sticking to our core values of quality, respect and openness.

“The Corporate Plan and Annual Performance Report demonstrates that we are delivering efficiencies, while at the same time providing services, which make a difference to people’s lives.

“If you want to learn more about what the council is doing to improve employment, crime, independent living, housing and the environment, I recommend that you read this document, which sets out our targets, priorities and achievements in a reader-friendly way.”

The council intends to focus on five priorities for the year ahead, including:

Improving regeneration and employment

Providing housing solutions

Protecting the environment

Reducing crime and disorder

Supporting vulnerable people

The Corporate Plan and Annual Performance Report 2015 is available at www.mansfield.gov.uk/corporateplan