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Strategic Plan 2018 to 2022

Connected Staffordshire

Our new Strategic Plan sets out our ambitions and priorities for the years ahead. It outlines what we want to achieve and how we intend to do it over the next four years (2018 to 2022).
 
The Strategic Plan outlines our vision:

A county where big ambitions, great connections and greener living give everyone the opportunity to prosper, be healthy and happy.

As a result of this vision the plan outlines the three priority outcomes which we will keep at the heart of what we do, and how we aim to achieve them.

Our three priority outcomes are that the people of Staffordshire will: 

  • be able to access more good jobs and feel the benefits of economic growth
        
  • be healthier and more independent
       
  • feel safer, happier and more supported in and by their community.

Find out more

This is the Strategic Plan summarised on a single page:

This is the full version of the latest Strategic Plan:

If you need it in an alternative format or if you have any questions, feedback or comment on the Strategic Plan please email: communications

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