The Council Strategy shapes the work of Mole Valley District Council (MVDC) and sets out its corporate priorities.
Have your say on our Strategy 2019-24
Residents and businesses are being invited to have their say on Mole Valley District Council's new draft Strategy, which will help guide the authority over the next five years. Comments on the draft Strategy can be left online or by completing and returning a hardcopy version from 10 September to 19 October 2018. Hardcopies are available at the MVDC Reception in Pippbrook, Dorking and at the HelpShop in Leatherhead.
The new draft Council Strategy 2019-2024 has now been developed using a wide range of information and feedback which MVDC has gained in recent years. The draft Strategy sets out MVDC's vision, priorities, guiding principles and core values, all of which guide the organisation's approach to decision-making.
Whilst the core values remain unchanged, the draft Council Strategy 2019-24 sets out a modified vision and proposed new guiding principles: Putting People First; Acting Strategically; Living Within Our Means and Being Open & Accessible. The priorities - Environment, Prosperity and Community Wellbeing - remain the same, but the Council aims beneath these have been updated.
Please leave your views on the new draft Strategy here:
It should take no more than 10-15 minutes to complete.
Council Strategy 2015-19
MVDC's vision and priorities are set out in the Council Strategy 2015 - 19. The strategy also includes three guiding principles, which guide our approach to decision-making.
The strategy was developed alongside the budget setting process, and involved a comprehensive programme of research, consultation and analysis.
A number of stakeholder events were held, and a 'Have Your Say' survey was promoted over a six-week period in October and November 2014 to obtain views from a cross-section of individuals and organisations interested in the future of Mole Valley.
Our strategy includes five core values:
- We listen
- We respect
- We care
- We trust
- We lead