£43m schools and social housing capital boost will create 800 jobs says Jane Hutt
Schools and social housing projects across Wales are set to benefit from an immediate £43 million capital investment boost, Finance Minister Jane Hutt has announced
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National Strategic Indicators (NSI)
The data for 2014-15 NSIs showed an overall picture of improvement over 2013-14 in the performance measured by the Welsh average, with an improvement in performance for seventeen indicators. However thirteen indicators showed a decline in performance.
Where applicable, the Welsh average between 2013-14 and 2014-15.
- Improved in eight out of the twelve comparable indicators for social care.
- Improved in one of the three indicators for housing.
- Improved in four out of the eight comparable indicators for education.
- Improved in three out of the four comparable indicators for environment and transport.
- Improved in the comparable indicator for planning and regulatory services.
- Declined in both comparable indicators for leisure and culture.
- Declined in four out of the twelve comparable indicators for social care.
- Declined in four out of the eight comparable indicators for education
- Declined in two of the three comparable indicators for housing.
- Declined in one out of the four comparable indicators for environment and transport.
A new Local Authority Services Performance website presenting key indicators is currently being developed. The website will bring together key performance indicators including National Strategic Indicators amongst others. The website will be in two phases. For the first phase only the National Strategic Indicators data will be available, scheduled to be launched in mid-September. This website is intended to replace the existing National Strategic Indicators data visualisation tool and the annual Local Authority performance publication.
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