Auditor General for Wales publishes his Annual Improvement Report 2013 on Conwy County Borough Council

13 May 2013 - 12:00am

The Auditor General for Wales has today published his Annual Improvement Report 2013 on Conwy County Borough Council.

The report is available in full on our website and can be accessed by clicking on the link above.

During March, April and May 2013, Annual Improvement Reports will be published for all 28 local authorities, which includes local councils, national parks, and fire and rescue services in Wales. The reports look at how well the organisations are planning for improvement and delivering their services.

The Auditor General has also drawn on the work of other relevant Welsh inspectorates, Estyn, and the Care and Social Services Inspectorate for Wales; as well as work undertaken on behalf of the Wales Audit Office when preparing this report.

The reports also set out the progress each authority has made since the Auditor General published his last Annual Improvement Report and draws on the Authority's own self-assessment.

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The Auditor General for Wales has today published his Annual Improvement Report on Conwy Council

During March, April and May 2013, Annual Improvement Reports will be published for all 28 local authorities, which includes local councils, national parks, and fire and rescue services in Wales. The reports look at how well the organisations are planning for improvement and delivering their services.

The Auditor General has also drawn on the work of other relevant Welsh inspectorates, Estyn, and the Care and Social Services Inspectorate for Wales; as well as work undertaken on behalf of the Wales Audit Office when preparing this report.

The reports also set out the progress each authority has made since the Auditor General published his last Annual Improvement Report and draws on the Authority's own self-assessment.

Notes to Editors:

  • Under the Local Government (Wales) Measure 2009, the Auditor General must report each year on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services.
  • The Wales Audit Office wants to find out whether this report provides the information the reader needs and if it is easy to understand. Please let us know your views by e-mailing us at info@wao.gov.uk or writing to us at 24 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11 9LJ
  • The Wales Audit Office's mission is to promote improvement, so that people in Wales benefit from accountable, well-managed public services that offer the best possible value for money. It is also committed to identifying and spreading good practice across the Welsh public sector.

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