Quality of Life Report discussed at Warwick District Council’s Executive Committee

The Observatory’s recent Quality of Life in Warwickshire 2011/12 report was discussed this week at Warwick District Council’s Executive Committee, the authority’s main decision making body.  The committee was recommended to use the report to inform the council’s key strategic plans during 2012, including Fit for the Future and the Local Plan, as well as the development of Service Plans across the organisation.

The report explained

The Quality of Life report provides important data about what is changing in our district. As such, it is not only useful in understanding the impact of our strategies, but can also inform the development of future strategy and services. It is intended to review many of the Council’s strategies during 2012 to ensure alignment between the local plan and other strategies. The Quality of Life data provided in this report should be used in these reviews.

The recommendations were agreed and we’re pleased to see the quality of life material embedded within the decision making process of one of our partner organisations.

The Quality of Life report was also covered in this week’s Leamington Observer, with the headline “We’re content, despite falling pay“.  See page five for the full article.

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