Corporate Plan and Key Performance Indicators
The Council has a Corporate Plan for the years 2020-24. It sets out the priorities for Derbyshire Dales District. It is the key strategy from which the District Council's Budget and Service Plans cascade.
There are 3 broad priority areas:
- People - providing you with a high quality customer experience
- Place - keeping the Derbyshire Dales Clean, Green and Safe
- Prosperity - supporting better homes and jobs for you.
The Corporate Plan targets and pledges are updated every year for each priority. This is the link to the Corporate Plan 2022 to 23
The Council also has Key Performance Indicators [KPIs]. These measures are used to check the health of the Council.
Progress against our plans are monitored quarterly. Elected members and Senior Managers review reports on our progress.
Each Directorate has a Service Plan containing service indicators. These plans detail how the Council's targets will be achieved. They also include information on staff and budgets that clarifies the link between service levels and resources. At the end of each financial year the results of each action in the service plan is reported to Elected Members. Council agreed the priorities at the Council meeting on 5 March 2020.
2022/23 Service Plans
Each Directorate has a Service Plan containing service indicators. These plans detail how the Council's targets will be achieved. They also include information on staff and budgets that clarifies the link between service levels and resources. Our service plans form an important part of the management and monitoring of Council services. They contain details of the services we will deliver, linked to the aims and objectives of the Corporate Plan.
Our service plans for 2022/23 were agreed by the council in March 2022.
If you would like a copy of our past, or current service plans and results, please email
District Council Performance Reports
The District Council uses Corporate Plan Indicators and Key Performance Indicators to assess its success. These are reported twice a year to Council.
The following links will take you to the latest reports.