Wealden's Policies and Plans
The Council's strategies set out our overall aims for the medium to long term, while our policies state the principles and rules we use to address and make decisions on particular issues. We have different types of plan, some are strategic in themselves, many are action plans associated with our strategies and others relate to our planning policy and development control functions.
The Council's Corporate Plan 2015-19 sets out its strategic direction.
The Wealden Equality Scheme sets out how we will ensure that all our services and employment opportunities are provided with equity and fairness to everyone.
Our framework for ensuring sustainability is included in all strategies, plans, policies and actions.
This strategy guides Wealden's overall approach to surveys, consultation and community engagement.
This strategy identifies Wealden District Council's approach to using Information and Communications Technology (ICT) for the years 2014 through to 2017. It builds upon work already undertaken and reinforces the key principles of using ICT to effectively deliver the Corporate Plan objectives, support the Council's business requirements and delivery of customer service.
This document look how Wealden Council and its Members can improve the ways in which they communicate with the public by making more use of digital communications channels.
Improving communications with the public and assisting the Council to receive due recognition for its services.
This Protocol supplements the principles in the national Code for Recommended Practice on Local Authority Publicity and the Council's own Communications Policy.
Social Media Protocol for Wealden District Council
The system by which local authorities direct and control their functions & relate to their communities.
The Anti-Fraud and Anti-Corruption Framework is a collection of four documents setting out the Council's policies on fraud, corruption and malpractice.
Our commitment to tackling the causes and effects of climate change.
The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA) regulates the work of the council relating to surveillance for the purposes of preventing or detecting crime.
Wealden's preparation for local or national emergencies.
Sets out the Council's arrangements to manage assets efficiently and effectively.