2017/18 BUSINESS PLAN
The fourth business plan recognises the reoccurring issues encountered in previous years and focuses efforts on the completion of a number of longer-term projects that have carried forward into this business plan. The strong emphasis on benchmarking, and working together to share knowledge and best practice remains, with renewed efforts to establish common policy approaches to improve the customer experience and address risk incorporated in this plan.
2016/17 END OF YEAR REPORT
The third end of year report captures some of the savings achieved through collaboration, and highlights good practice and innovation from across the SWHA members.
2016/17 BUSINESS PLAN
The third business plan seeks to build on the successes of previous years, whilst addressing reoccurring challenges encountered, with a number of new projects targeted at resourcing issues and workstreams to maximise potential funding allocations for all members. Several longer-term projects carry forward into this business plan, and there is increased emphasis on working together to share knowledge and best practice, establish effective benchmarking and enabling all participating authorities to clearly demonstrate collaborative working.
2015/16 END OF YEAR REPORT
The second SWHA end of year report covers progress made on Alliance projects in 2015/16, outlining key challenges for the authorities involved in a year that was dominated by significant procurement activities.
2015/16 BUSINESS PLAN
The second business plan continues the challenging, but achievable, programme of activities set out in the first business plan and incorporates a number of quick-win and opportunity led projects which draw on activities already underway. There is an increasing emphasis on moving from opportunity led activities to planned collaborative projects, particularly around procurement and business transformation.
2014/15 END OF YEAR REPORT
The first SWHA end of year report describes progress made against the 2014/15 business plan and outlines addition opportunities for collaboration that were seized during the year.
2014/15 BUSINESS PLAN
The first SWHA business plan sets out a number of easy-win and opportunity-led projects which draw on activities being progressed across the south west, enabling implementation within the first 18 months. It also looks to the medium and longer term time horizons for the development of planned collaborative projects, as well as considering more challenging projects, such as business transformation and resource sharing.