At Central Bedfordshire Council, we are committed to delivering great services to our residents.  To make sure we are on track, we constantly monitor our performance against many measures to see how we are doing and where we could do better.

Here on our Performance Portal you too can monitor the Council as we report on some key measures of our performance, including the targets we have set ourselves and how we are doing against them.

When looking at our performance pages the following applies:-

If you have any questions or comments about our performance, let us know. Contact us using Twitter, Facebook, or email performance@centralbedfordshire.gov.uk.

 

Enhancing Central Bedfordshire

New data for October 2018 to December 2018:-

  • % of Central Bedfordshire residents satisfied with the local area as a place to live
  • % feel safe when outside in their local area during the day
  • % feel safe when outside in their local area after dark
  • Number of new jobs
  • People in employment aged 16 to 64 (% above national average)
  • Average Earnings for Workers
  • New Homes Completions
  • Town Centre Vacancy Rates
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Resident Services

New data for October 2018 to December 2018:-

  • Perception of Council – Good quality services
  • % of Central Bedfordshire residents satisfied with living environment
  • Kg/household of black bin waste
  • Leisure facility usage rates 
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Education & Skills

New data for October 2018 to December 2018:-

  • School readiness - % of children achieving a good level of development at the Early Years Foundation
  • Attainment 8 – ranking
  • % of schools rated Good or Outstanding
  • Employer Skills Gap
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Protecting the Vulnerable

New data for October 2018 to December 2018:-

  • Children’s Safeguarding - Referrals as a percentage of the child population
  • Percentage of referrals of children leading to the provision of a social care service
  • % of care leavers at age 17-21 who are engaged in education, training or employment
  • Proportion of adults subject to a safeguarding enquiry of those known to adult social care
  • Total non-elective admissions in to hospital (general & acute), all-age, per 100,000 population
  • Average age of customers admitted to a residential care home (65+)
  • Delivery of new dwellings suitable for older people
  • Premature Deaths
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Efficient & Responsive

New data for October 2018 to December 2018:-

  • Perception of the Council Value for money
  • Perception that Council acts on the concerns of residents
  • Time taken to process Housing Benefit, new claims & change events
  • Call wait times average (seconds)
  • Number of web visitors
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Stronger Communities

New data for October 2018 to December 2018:-

  • Perception that people can influence decisions in their own area
  • Perception that people in the local area pull together to improve the local area
  • Percentage that volunteer
  • Number of volunteers engaged within the community (currently the village care schemes)
  • Number of customers supported within the community (currently by the village care schemes)

 

 

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