Annual Report 2014/15
This year the report includes more digital elements to present the Council's vision of Stirling in 2014/15 in an accessible way. An accompanying video, "A Day in the Life of Stirling Council" shows a snapshot of the huge variety of work done by the council each and every day.
Performance Report 2014/15 (Annual Report Supplement)
Annual Report 2013/14
- You can download or view the pdf version of the Annual Report
This report outlines the progress made by the Council during 2013/14, guided by our 18 Key Priorities, which were agreed in 2012. The report is structured by Council Committee and illustrated with case studies and profiles of some of the people who deliver our services.
The separate supplement to this report gives details of performance in 2013/14 on key performance indicators.
A Partnership for Progress in Stirling - First Annual Report 2012/13
In 2012 the Labour and Conservative Partnership Administration of Stirling Council set out its priorities for ensuring high quality public services. The report details the progress the Council has made towards these goals in the adminstration's first year. Advances have been made across the board and the foundations are now in place for further far reaching changes in the year ahead.
Right now the Council faces a 12% reduction in its funding from Scottish Government and is having to make £24m in savings. In order to ensure that the priorities set by the Partnership Administration is being met, the Council is working hard to find ways of doing more for less.
Previous Annual Reports presenting an update on the progress made during the financial year towards our objectives are published below:
We would like to hear your feedback on the Annual Report, so that changes can be made to make it even more user friendly. We have therefore set up a short survey which should only take a couple of minutes to complete. This can be accessed here.
Statutory Performance Indicators
All councils in Scotland are required to publish their performance during the previous financial year against a set of Statutory Performance Indicators set by Audit Scotland. Further information and comparison with other councils is available on the Audit Scotland website.
Council Improvement Plan
Each year we also publish an Improvement Plan, which states the priorities for improvement for the next three years. These priorities are compiled from a variety of sources, including audits and inspections, self-assessment exercises, and our Residents Survey.