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Please bring to the meeting your copy of the Performance and Financial Monitoring Information (Green Book) November 2020.
The Executive considered the Performance and Financial Monitoring Information (Green Book) November 2020. Members discussed empty properties brought back into use and it was reported that Housing Officers had written out to identified empty properties during October/November 2020. It was noted that 84 responses had been received and that Officers were currently verifying information provided alongside their emergency response work due to the pandemic.
Regarding NVH emergency repairs responded to within the target time KPI, the Executive noted that the repairs were to make safe and were not necessarily the full repair. It was commented that Officers would focus on first time fix as a KPI under the new repairs contract in 2022.
Members congratulated the Planning Department on deciding most planning applications within target time despite an influx of applications and new staff.
Members also discussed fly tipping. The Portfolio Holder for Waste and Recycling, Councillor Davis, commented that he had seen fewer notifications of fly tipping recently. Councillor Davis agreed to discuss the issue with the Director of Neighbourhood Services.
That the Performance and Financial Monitoring Information, November 2020, be received.
Reason: To manage the performance of the Council.