Nottingham City Council has produced a refreshed Council Plan to set out its renewed priorities and direction for the next two years. To get involved further contact us to attend a Question and Answer Session on Tuesday 20 July. Complete our online survey or email engage@nottinghamcity.gov.uk for further details of the session..

Strategic Council Plan

This consultation closed on 30 July 2021

Consultation Details

Nottingham City Council has produced a refreshed Council Plan to set out its renewed priorities and direction for the next two years. To get involved further contact us to attend a Question and Answer Session on Tuesday 20 July. Complete our online survey or email engage@nottinghamcity.gov.uk for further details of the session..

The council has taken stock in light of the Covid pandemic and a non-statutory review of its financial and governance arrangements on behalf of the Ministry of Housing and Local Government, to look afresh at its 2019-2023 Council Plan.

This is the document that sets out a vision for the council, its key aims and ambitions and how it intends to deliver services and meet its targets. It outlines its commitment to improving Nottingham for everyone who lives, works, studies, invests and visits here, while keeping citizens at the heart of everything it does, within a value framework of equality, fairness, and inclusivity.

The council remains committed to those values and its overall ambition for the city and local people – but the context in which it is operating has changed dramatically since its Council Plan was adopted in 2019. In response to the non-statutory review, the council has produced a Recovery and Improvement Plan in which it has committed to refresh the council’s ambitions in the Council Plan, to reflect its renewed thinking on what it does and how it does it.

The refreshed Strategic Council Plan 21-23 is still full of ambition, and previous commitments have been reviewed to ensure they continue to be relevant and deliverable. It will also ensure that the council’s finances are sustainable over the medium to long term, so that modern, effective and value-for-money public services can continue to be delivered. The plan outlines a set of eleven high level outcomes that are key to delivering its ambitions for Nottingham:

  • Clean and Connected Communities
  • Keeping Nottingham Working
  • Carbon Neutral by 2028
  • Safer Nottingham
  • Child-Friendly Nottingham
  • Healthy and Inclusive
  • Keeping Nottingham Moving
  • Improve the City Centre
  • Better Housing
  • Financial Stability
  • Serving People Well.