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Report Shows Council Performance Targets are Being Met


Swansea Council’s ambition to help create a city of opportunity and innovation which cares for its communities and is a place we can all be proud of is making good progress, a new report says.

School attendance is continuing to improve in both primary and secondary school, recycling rates are closing in on 62% and more than 95% of reported fly-tipped waste is cleared within five days.On top of that most of the council’s performance targets are being met, with many of them showing improvement on this time last year.

The details are in a report that’s going to Swansea Council’s Cabinet on Thursday, December 10, in which Members are also being reminded that £230m is being spent improving the council’s housing stock over the next five years.

Cllr Clive Lloyd, Cabinet Member for Transformation and Performance, said the latest performance figures showed the council is on course to sustain its commitment to the priorities set out for it by the people of Swansea.


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