Peer challenges of the council

Read about the findings and recommendations following peer challenges of the council.

Corporate peer challenge - December 2017

We asked the Local Government Association (LGA) to carry our a peer challenge of the council.

A review team of senior councillors and officers from other authorities carried out the review challenge in December 2017.

After reviewing key documents about the council, the team spent three days on-site, speaking with more than 70 people, including staff, councillors and partners and gathering information and views from 25 meetings and additional research and reading.

They then put together their findings and made a number of recommendations, aimed at helping the council to meet its challenges, modernise its services and the organisation as a whole, and to deliver its main priorities, such as the regeneration of Aldershot and Farnborough town centres.

You can read the team's findings and recommendations in the LGA's pdf icon Corporate peer challenge feedback report [191kb].

Corporate peer challenge - February 2015

The Local Government Association (LGA) carried out the corporate peer challenge in February 2015.

The review team, also made up of councillors and senior officers from other councils, visited us between 3 and 5 February.

The review focused on:

  • Understanding the local context and priority setting
  • Financial planning
  • Political and managerial leadership
  • Governance and decision making
  • Organisational capacity

The LGA published the findings and recommendations in a pdf icon Corporate peer challenge report [333kb].

 
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