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NoPublicationPublication description
001Vision 2020 - Strategic PlanOur vision sets out what the city council wants to achieve for Lincoln and how we are going to achieve it.
002Strategic Delivery Plan 2014-2017Sitting alongside the Strategic Plan is the delivery plan. Containing almost 70 schemes representing investment (from a variety of internal an external sources) of almost £47million.
003Annual Report 2017The Annual Report offers a look-back at the many successes and achievements of the City Council over the last year. It includes a number of case studies to show how our work in the city is improving the lives of local residents.
004Fairtrade PolicyThe City of Lincoln Council's Executive committee passed a resolution supporting and promoting fairtrade in July 2012.
005Lincoln City ProfileThe Lincoln City Profile is an annual report of the City of Lincoln Council which focuses on the key challenges to Lincoln
006Community Cohesion StrategyThe strategy provides a framework for partner organisations, groups and individuals to locate their activity. It sets out a vision and the objectives we need to meet to realise that vision. It is supported by an agreed partnership action plan.
007Framework for Corporate GovernanceThe framework comprises two parts – the Code of Corporate Governance, and the Code of Corporate Governance Practical Implementation – Supplementary Guidance.
007BFramework for Corporate Governance - supplementary guidanceThe framework comprises two parts – the Code of Corporate Governance, and the Code of Corporate Governance Practical Implementation – Supplementary Guidance.
008Scrutiny Annual ReportEach year a scrutiny annual report is produced summarising the work undertaken in that year. The annual report is then received by the Full Council. Copies of these annual reports can be downloaded from the Council?s committee management system.
009Shared Revenues and Benefits Service - Annual ReportThe Annual Report for the Shared Revenues and Benefits Service focuses on achievements and changes within the service over the past year.
010The Local Performance Management FrameworkThe Local Performance Management Framework sets out how we manage performance at the following levels: City, Strategic, Operational, Neighbourhood.
011Community Right to Bid PolicyThe Community Right to Bid (the Right), which is also known as Assets of Community Value is one of the new community rights derived from the Localism Act 2011, all of which have a stated aim of devolving power to local communities.
012Corporate Consultation and Engagement StrategyIn order to achieve service and development aims, stakeholders must have the opportunity to provide feedback on current service provision and have a say in the planning and delivery of future developments.
013Fair Collection and Debt Recovery PolicyA joint policy between City of Lincoln Council and North Kesteven District Council. The policy has been developed to promote the Councils aims to be fair and consistent but also firm in the collection of monies owing.
014Customer Service StandardsAll City of Lincoln Council staff have a responsibility to ensure that the services provided to our customers meet the highest possible standards at all times.
015Electronic Communications For Housing Benefit And Council Tax SupportDIRECTION OF THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF CITY OF LINCOLN COUNCIL REGARDING Electronic Communications For Housing Benefit And Council Tax Support
016Growth strategyThis document is aimed to be a driver for economic growth, to enhance the physical environment, provide employment growth and reduce poverty.
017GDPR and Data Protection PolicyThis document sets out the principles of data protection; our responsibilities; the access rights of individuals; information sharing; and how we shall deal with complaints. The Council fully endorses and adheres to the Principles of the DPA.
018Final Report on Corporate Peer ChallengeThe final report following the review conducted during February 2017. The purpose of the review was to gain an independent insight into the practices of the council and to gather feedback that can be used for the development of the authority.
019Customer Experience Strategy 2017 - 2020This strategy, moves us on to the next stages to achieve our Vision 2020. Our core values will be key to our response to the challenges we face. These are to be: Approachable, Innovative and Trusted to deliver.
020Domestic Abuse PolicyThis Policy is designed to inform members of the public of what they can expect from the Council in terms of its handling and response to issues of domestic abuse.