Plans and strategies

Capital Programme 2018-28

The capital programme shows capital expenditure which is funded by reserves, contributions, capital receipts, borrowing and surplus funds

Central Northallerton Masterplan

The Masterplan looks to incorporate a flexible public space within the Quadrangle; envisioned as a multi-purpose civic space used for events, seating and related outdoor activities to support potential uses of the heritage assets.

Constitution

Our Constitution sets out how we operate, how decisions are made and the procedures which are followed to ensure that these are efficient, transparent and accountable to local people. Some of these processes are required by the law, while others are a matter for us to choose.

Council plan 2015-19

The Council Plan sets out the priorities and key projects that we aim to deliver within five years.

Economic strategy

The Economic strategy outlines the actions needed to support the growth of our economy. We intend to continue to work closely with the business community and our partners to deliver what is needed for our district to continue to prosper.

Financial Strategy

Financial Strategy provides an analysis of the estimated financial position and the direction of the our financial resilience over the next 10 years. It takes into consideration Government funding, other resources, service pressures and priorities

GIS Strategy 2016-21

The Geographical Information Systems Strategy document for Hambleton District Council.

Homelessness strategy 2015-20

The Homelessness strategy sets out the priorities that will help us provide the services needed by our housing options and homeless clients to improve their economic, social and environmental well-being and enable improved outcomes for them.

Local Plan

The new Local Plan will set out how much land should be provided to accommodate new homes and jobs that are needed within Hambleton up to 2035 and where this should be located.

Waste strategy 2015-25

The Waste Strategy looks at how waste will be collected by the authority over the next ten years.