Plans, Policies and Strategies
This section contains all the plans, policies and strategies within the council.
Each year the Finance department prepares South Holland's Budget, the Medium Term plan, Fees and Charges, the Capital Strategy and the Treasury Management Policy and Strategy.
The documents set out our proposals for the Council's long term budget planning.
Budget and Medium Term Financial Plan
Our Budget and Medium Term Plan 2017-18 outlines how South Holland Council manages income received from central government, local residents, businesses and other sources.
It explains what we hope to deliver to our residents and includes issues such as our plans for helping setting the levels of Council Tax and how we plan to manage financial risks.
Our Capital Strategy 2017-18 explains how the Council plans to manage our capital assets and funds within the district to make sure our capital spending plans are well-managed and ensure local needs are met.
Gender Pay Gap Statement
Ouras at 31 march 2017 reporting under the Equality act 2010
Pay Policy Statement 2018/19
A pay policy statement is required to be produced annually under section 38 of the Localism Act. Our statement for 2018/19 is here:
The Council is responsible for enforcing a wide range of legislation. The purpose of the Corporate Enforcement Policy is to publicly summarise the Council's intended approach to bring about compliance with regulatory requirements. Details of these can be found at: Corporate Enforcement
Our vision is to make South Holland a place of prosperity, wellbeing and oppurtunity for all.
To support this we have five corporate priorities:-
- Your Home
- Your Place
- Your Health & Wellbeing
- Your Oppurunity
- Our Council
To find out more detail about what we will do to achieve these priorities please take a look at our
Records Management Policy:
Theis issued under section 46 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.