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Birmingham City Council

Council Plan 2005+

About this plan

This plan explains what Birmingham City Council will do and the targets we have set for 2005 and beyond. It sets out our objectives and priorities for action, and explains how we will measure success.

The plan outlines the part the council will play to achieve the vision for Birmingham explained in 'Birmingham Forward,' produced by the Birmingham Strategic Partnership and developed by a wide range of city people and organisations.

The priorities in this plan have been drawn up by listening to what Birmingham people have said about the city and council services. We have assessed progress in our services, compared our performance with other councils and listened to the inspectors who review our services. We have looked at change in the city, evaluated options and identified improvements.

Fitting in with other plans

This document is part of a bigger framework of plans for the city. Other plans explore the longer-term vision for the city in more detail: for example, the future economic potential which our City Economic Strategy outlines, or our Children and Young People Strategy, in which all the organisations working to improve the lives of our children and young people set out goals and actions to deliver improvement. In every district in the city, we are developing local community plans - focusing on local priorities and concerns and finding ways to make change work for everyone.

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