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Hertfordshire County Council

The Integrated Plan brings together the financial impact of service plans and the available funding to resource these over the next 4 years.

It also includes a review of the level of reserves and contingency, as well as information concerning the Capital Programme and the Treasury Management Strategy.

Integrated Plan 18-19

Part A – Overview

An overview of the proposed revenue budget and capital programme.

Part B – Strategic Direction and Financial Consequences

Part C – The Prudential Code for Capital Finance and Treasury Management strategy

This part sets out the information necessary in order to comply with the requirements of the Prudential Code for Capital Finance and publication of the annual Treasury Management strategy.

Part D – Capital Investment Management Strategy and Invest to Transform

The Capital and Investment Strategy sets out how we will use our resources (capital grants and contributions, revenue including reserves, surplus assets, and capacity to borrow) to invest in capital and other schemes.

Part E – Insurance and Risk Strategy

This part sets out our overall approach to risk retention and the management of our corporate insurance programme.

Part F – Equalities and Impact Assessment

The Integrated Plan includes information on our commitment to equality and potential equality implications.

This report sets out the approach to consider the cumulative equality impact of Hertfordshire’s transformation programme that forms part of the 2016/17 to 2019/20 Integrated Planning proposals.

Part G – Other technical information

Incorporates a review of the budget estimates and adequacy of reserves. Summarises the budget information outlined in Part B.


Previous Integrated Plans and Budgets

Integrated Plan – what you think our budget should be spent on

Efficiency Plan 2016/17 to 2019/20

Our Efficiency Plan 16-17 to 19-20 sets out how we plan to deliver services within available resources over the next 4 years.

It builds on the Integrated Plan and should be read alongside it.

Council meetings

Reports to Cabinet and County Council meetings where the Integrated Plan proposals have been considered.