Corporate Strategy 2022/23 to 2023/24
Introduction from Leader, Councillor Paul Foster
"Together, we are proud to be delivering even more for South Ribble"
The last 12 months have been hugely positive for South Ribble. We have been focused on supporting our communities to recover from the pandemic, protecting our most vulnerable residents and doing more for families, whilst delivering major achievements for the borough.
We've reopened Worden Hall, hosted the Music in the Park festival, insourced our waste services and secured massive investment in our town centres for the benefit of local residents and businesses.
Our community hub model is flourishing, and local partners have been supported with grants and assistance reflecting our collaborative ethos. We have committed to addressing climate change with key strategies in place and action to decarbonise our buildings.
Governance and financial management has been strengthened and is more robust, reflected by the positive feedback from the peer review.
But we won't stop there. We will do even more over the next 12 months to achieve better outcomes for our borough with plans in place for major developments and enhanced services. I'm excited for what we can achieve together.
I hope you will see this strategy as a commitment from your council to support , listen and work with you to develop a healthier, fairer and more sustainable borough where everyone can achieve their potential.
"A healthy and happy community, flourishing together in a safer and fairer borough that is led by a council recognised for being innovative, financially sustainable and accountable"
This strategy presents our priorities. Click on each to get more information about the priority and how we plan to reach our goals.
⦁ An exemplary council
⦁ Thriving Communities
⦁ A fair local economy that works for everyone
⦁ Good homes, green spaces, well places