Corporate Plan Engagement Hub

The first stage of the Corporate Plan engagement has now closed.

We are currently analysing all responses received about the first draft of the Corporate Plan, before taking the next steps.

Once this analysis is complete, we will publish a summary of all responses received, and detail any changes made to the Corporate Plan as a result.

Explore the Corporate Plan

View the current draft of the Corporate Plan (PDF, 2.5 MB).

Give your feedback

If you have any queries, please email RandC@cheshireeast.gov.uk.

Engagement timeline

October to November 2020 - Stage 1 of the Corporate Plan engagement, involving staff events and a feedback survey.

November 2020 to January 2021 - Analysis of all feedback received as part of stage 1.

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Corporate Plan - Your comments

Add your comments about the Corporate Plan below.

We moderate all comments before we make them public. We try to approve new comments as soon as possible, though our core hours for approvals are between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday. Moderation rules (PDF, 39KB).

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Feedback
  • Philip Clarke
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    1. 12 October 2020 at 2:49PM, Philip Clarke wrote

    In my feedback I referred to the three years I spent in Brunssum in the Netherlands. A walk in the town would forgive a visitor for doubting that this used to be a coal-mining town. They whole place is pristine, roads, shops, houses and gardens are beautifully maintained. The population as a whole has a tremendous pride in their community. Transgressions are not accepted. It would be well worth a visit by Cheshire East Council members. There is certainly no equal in our run-down decrepit United Kingdom.

    I found people with household garages converted - beautifully - into small shops. But despite (or because of) their commercial nature, the Dutch certainly liked to enjoy life and the cold winter months from November 11th until Shrove Tuesday is carnival time with frequent parades and festivals. No doubt that gives a great boost to the local economy. Cheshire East and the whole of Britain could benefit a great deal from a visit into Europe - what a pity we left.

  • John C
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    2. 15 October 2020 at 5:16PM, John C wrote

    It's good the Council wants to be Open, and that the Council Leader says the council will listen. One of the aims in the plan is that the Council wants to be seen as a good partner and that this will be measured through positive feedback from partners? I wonder how this feedback will be measured and where will it be made public, that's not totally clear. It's good as a top level strategy just not sure how it will work in practice. Thank you.

  • Ben Woolley
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    3. 22 October 2020 at 2:27PM, Ben Woolley wrote

    I am incredibly disappointed that there is no mention in this report of a plan to support Domestic Abuse, especially with the ongoing impact of Covid 19 on this issue

  • Katy M
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    4. 22 October 2020 at 2:42PM, Katy M wrote

    I am very disappointed that Cheshire east council does not mention in their strategy trying to support people affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence. 1 in 3 women and 1 in 6 men experience domestic abuse in the UK and two women a week die as a direct result of Domestic Abuse, I am confused as to why this is not at the highest priority for the council.

  • Barbara Green
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    5. 28 October 2020 at 2:41PM, Barbara Green wrote

    I like the ideas put forward very much, and certainly think things will have to change after Covid.

  • Martin Bale
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    6. 26 November 2020 at 4:26PM, Martin Bale wrote

    I have just read all the Corporate Plan 2020-2024. I find it very sad that there is no mention of Domestic Abuse. The subject has received wide spread coverage in the media. Please do not on any account leave this issue out of the plan having done so much to cover children.

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