How we reached our Corporate Strategy priorities
The Corporate Strategy priorities are based on a detailed understanding of the needs of Hampshire's communities and is supported by effective partnerships. Through our market research and consultation programme, we have listened to what residents of Hampshire have to say and what their priorities for improvement are. These alongside a wide range of other information including that relating to the demography of Hampshire and the financial resources avaliable to the Council have helped shape its priorities.
Strong links have been made with partners with mutually supportive priorities across a number of key partnerships including the Hampshire Senate, which oversees the Hampshire Local Area Agreement (LAA) and the Sustainable Community Strategy, the Children and Young People Partnership, the Health and Wellbeing Partnership and the County Strategy Group for Crime and Disorder.
In 2004 the Hampshire Community Strategy was published and work began on the second partnership Local Public Service Agreement (LPSA2);
In 2008, the County Council approved the Sustainable Community Strategy. This was endorsed by the Hampshire Senate in 2009. The Local Area Agreement (LAA) was agreed and Best Value Performance Indicators were replaced by a new National Indicator Set.
In 2009 the second partnership-based Local Public Service Agreement (LPSA2) was concluded. The Comprehensive Area Assessment (CAA) replaced the former Comprehensive Performance Assessment (CPA).