Publication: Best Value Assurance Report: Angus Council

by Accounts Commission

Angus Council serves its communities well, has made impressive improvements to services in recent years and benefits from effective leadership and a clear vision. There is strong partnership working and collaboration to help deliver services that benefit local people.

Main report
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News release
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Tim McKay, Interim Deputy Chair of the Accounts Commission, talks about the report

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Key facts from our report

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Exhibit 1: Assessing Best Value across the audit appointment period
Exhibit 1
Exhibit 2: Key areas of focus for our audit
Exhibit 2
Exhibit 3: Angus Community Planning Partnership Community Plan 2017-2030 strategic priorities
Exhibit 3
Exhibit 4: Angus planning and policy framework to deliver on the National Outcomes
Exhibit 4
Exhibit 5: Angus Council's Strategy on a Page
Exhibit 5
Exhibit 6: Council performance against its Council Plan performance indicators
Exhibit 6
Exhibit 7: LGBF quartile analysis for Angus Council
Exhibit 7
Exhibit 8: Angus Council's performance against LGBF satisfaction indicators
Exhibit 8
Exhibit 9: Stages of the Performance Led Council (PLED) programme
Exhibit 9
Exhibit 10: General fund reserve levels from 2017 to 2021
Exhibit 10
Exhibit 11: Actual savings against budget year on year
Exhibit 11
Exhibit 12: Angus CPP governance structure
Exhibit 12
Exhibit 13: A comparison of key Best Value judgements from 2016 and 2022
Exhibit 13
Key facts
Key facts
Case study 1: Surplus buildings repurposed into social housing
Case study 1
Case study 2: Angus Works programme
Case study 2
Case study 3: Humanitarian assistance during Covid-19 pandemic
Case study 3
Case study 4: Glen Isla and Glen Clova projects
Case study 4
Case study 5: Integrated community health and care services
Case study 5