Council governance and performance
The Council aims to provide high quality services that meet the real needs of our local community and also demonstrate that we are capable of ‘continuous improvement’ in all the services that we provide.
Some of the most far-reaching engagement and consultation we have ever undertaken with our residents has helped us agree on our priorities.
The County Council has adopted its new aim and set out its strategic priorities.
The Transformation Plan sets out the way we hope to improve the authority over the next three years.
Using communications as a strategic tool to achieve greater trust, confidence and engagement amongst the public, council staff and key partners.
The county council and other professional bodies set a number of rules for councillors and members of staff to follow.
Isle of Anglesey County Council’s two Scrutiny Committees hold to account, in a positive and constructive manner, the work of the Council’s Executive.
Reports from the Wales Audit Office, Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales and school assessments and performance.
The Council is responsible for ensuring that its business is conducted in accordance with the law and proper standards.
Here you will find the corporate scorecards and reports which have been discussed at the SLT, Scrutiny and The Executive.
The Self Assessment provides the Council’s own assessment of progress against previously outlined priority work areas.