Search site

Interdependency table

The table below illustrates the interdependencies between the outcomes and challenges outlined within the one Swansea plan, the council's policy commitments and the improvement objectives described within the council's corporate improvement plan.

Please note: bold represents direct correlations between the one Swansea plan and the corporate improvement plan.

One Swansea Plan

 Corporate Improvement Plan

Population outcome

Shared challenge

Policy commitments

Improvement objective

Performance measures

A. Children have a good start in life.


1. Low birth weight.

2. Domestic abuse.

3. School readiness.

Para 6 - Standing up for a city of learning - A flying healthy start for all our children.




 Para 9 - Standing up for high quality health and social services - prevention, not failure.




1. Provide support for children in the early years in Swansea so that they are ready for learning and make developmental progress.




  2. People are safe, well and supported to live independently (Child and Family).



 1. Percentage attendance at Flying Start settings.

 2. Percentage Flying Start children assessed as performing at or above the developmental norm.

 3. Percentage of parents/carers that report a positive distance travelled (improvement) at the end of a Flying Start parenting programme.

1. Number of children becoming looked after.

 2. Number of children looked after.

 3. Rate of entry in looked after children (per 1000 pop 0-17 years).

 4. Rate of looked after children (per 1000 pop 0-17 years).

 5. SCC/010 - percentage of referrals that are re-referrals within 12 months.

 6. Total number of children in need (open cases) in year.

 7. Percentage of children on the child protection register who have been de-registered and then re-registered.

 8. Percentage of children who remain on the child protection register for more than 1 year.

 9. Percentage of children in mainstream foster care who are placed with Foster Swansea.

 10. Number of children in residential care.

 11. Percentage of children looked after in a family placement.

B.  People learn successfully.


1. School attendance.

2. School achievement.

3. Adult qualifications.

Para 6 - Standing up for a city of learning - ambitious for Swansea.


3. To support improvement to school attendance and attainment of all learners aged 3 - 19 years so that each can achieve their potential.


 1. EDU/016 a and b - percentage attendance at primary and secondary schools.

 2. Attainment in English or Welsh at foundation phase, key stage 2, key stage 3 and key stage 4.

 3. EDU/017 - percentage pupils achieving the Level 2 threshold inclusive of English/Welsh and maths.

C.  Young people and adults have good jobs.


1. Youth unemployment.

2. Economic inactivity.

3. Average earnings.

4. Economic performance.

Para 7 - Standing up for jobs and regeneration.

4. Develop partnerships, skills and infrastructure in order to attract and grow a knowledge based economy creating jobs grounded in key sectors.


 1. BBMA1 - increase in the number of projects with social benefit clauses (Beyond Bricks and Mortar) in their contracts.

 2. WWC1 - number of people entering employment as a result of participation in the Workways project.

 3. Percentage of applicants and third parties satisfied or very satisfied with the planning application service.

 4. Percentage of all major and minor applications with an economic imperative that are approved.

D.  People have a decent standard of living.


1. Child poverty.

2. Household income.

3. Personal debt.

Para 7 - Standing up for jobs and regeneration - regeneration & anti-poverty.

5. Promote affordable credit and savings options and help people maximise their income and entitlements.

 1.  Number of staff/workers trained in welfare rights/benefits advice appropriate to their role.

 2. Number of council staff making saving contributions to the credit union.

 3. Number of council tenants joining the credit union.

 4. Percentage of eviction warrants for rent arrears raised against council tenants suspended due to support and financial assistance.

 5. HHA/013 - percentage of all potentially homeless households for whom homelessness was prevented for at least 6 months.

E. People are healthy, safe and independent.


1. Preventable early deaths.

2. Life expectancy.

3. Older peoples' independence.

4. Crime.

Para 11 - Standing up for the best in the arts, culture and sport - city of Sport.


Para 13 - Standing up for a better environment and better planning - value our parks and open spaces.






Para 9 - Standing up for high quality health and social services - prevention, not failure.

6. Help people adopt and develop healthy and sustainable lifestyles in order to improve health.










7. People are safe, well and supported to live independently (Adult Services).


 1. Percentage of 11-16 year olds attending 20 or more extra-curricular physical or sporting activities during the school year.

 2. Percentage of year 6 school children (11 years old) involved in the schools learn to swim programme who can swim to the required standard.

 3. Number/percentage of GP referrals still engaging in physical activity after 12 months and indicating that their health has improved.

 4. Number of growing spaces.

 5. Percentage of pupils identified in the pupil level annual school census who take up free school lunch - primary/secondary schools.


 1. Percentage of cases where the risk (safeguarding vulnerable adults) has been managed.

 2. Percentage of people supported to be independent.

 3. SSA2 - the average number of working days taken from the completion of the care plan to provision and/or installation of aids/equipment.

 4. Percentage of clients returning home following reablement.

F. People have good places to live and work.


1. Public transport.

2. Carbon emissions.

3. Water quality.

4. Housing quality.

Para 10 - Standing up for better housing.





Para 13 - Standing up for a better environment and better planning.


8. Improve housing and housing supply in order to increase the availability of good quality, affordable housing.


9. Minimise waste and increase recycling through promotion, working with others and by targeting low participating areas.

 1. Number of new affordable housing units provided/needed.

 2. HSG2 - number of void (empty) council homes.

 3.  Percentage of tenants staying in their council tenancy for more than 2 years.


 1. WMT/004b - percentage of municipal waste sent to landfill.

 2. WMT/009b - percentage of municipal waste being re-used, recycled and composted.

 3. STS/006 - percentage of fly tipping cleared within 5 working days.

Powered by GOSS iCM