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Refresh of the Vision for Kent Public Service Board 28 th September 2010. Graeme Brown - Kent Partnership. We have stripped the Vision down to the core essentials: Vision that all partners can sign up to; Vision that shapes delivery across Kent;

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Refresh of the Vision for Kent

Public Service Board

28th September 2010

Graeme Brown - Kent Partnership



  • Refresh needs to be flexible so it facilitates:

  • Kent developments:

    • Delivers localism: Kent Re-commitment / Senate etc

    • Accommodate revisions in KP architecture

    • Makes bold differences with less resources

  • National developments:

    • Deficit Reduction / CSR / PBB

    • Coalition’s Big Society drive


Ambition 1: To grow the economy

For Kent to be ‘open for business’ with a growing, prosperous economy and jobs for all

Ambition 2: To tackle disadvantage

For all residents in Kent to achieve their potential and to have increased confidence that their quality of life is improving

Ambition 3: To put the citizen in control

For Kent residents to be able to use their own resourcefulness to take control and responsibility for themselves, their families and communities


  • Impact:

    • Virtuous circle of success and reputation generating confidence and further investment and growth

    • High value employment

    • Higher, flexible and transferable skills

  • How:

    • Existing: ‘Unlocking Kent’s Potential’, Local Devt Fram’k

    • Future: LEP, Housing Strategy


    • Ambition 2: To tackle disadvantage (geographic and population groups)

    • Why:

      • Unlock individuals potential and confidence to achieve

      • Reduce barriers to achieving potential

    • Impact:

      • Reduce gap in quality of life outcomes experienced in deprived areas and by disadvantaged population groups

    • How:

      • Existing: ‘CYPP’, ’Health Inequalities’, ‘Later Life’, etc

      • Future: Tackle inter-generational deprivation, welfare into work, raise personal aspiration, reduce barriers to aspiration


    • Ambition 3: To put the citizen in control

    • Why:

      • Rebalance state / citizen relationship

      • Empower individuals and communities

    • Impact:

      • Our opportunity to shape ‘Big Society’ in Kent

      • Responsible citizens – Reduced demand on public services

      • Increase engagement and participation

    • How:

      • Three sectors - VCS, Corporate Social Responsibility, public

      • Long term - preventative services and behaviour change

      • Discuss at: KP 12th October, KP Conference 18th November


    • Performance Management Framework

    • Overall Outcome:

    • VFM / Satisfaction

    • Ambition 1:

    • GVA

    • Ambition 2:

    • Survey of confidence in improving quality of life

    • Ambition 3:

    • Proportion budget commissioned through non public service agencies

    • All supported by annual diagnostic indicators.


    • Local Ambitions, e.g. Swale

    • Why the ambition is important to Swale eg:

      • Economy narrowly focussed on manufacturing and logistics

      • Health inequalities

    • What:

      • Focus on knowledge intensive industries

      • Borough where people lead healthier lives

    • How:

      • Targeted responses to needs of individual communities

      • Development of Swale’s Green Grid


    • Timeline of Key Meetings

    • 28th Sept – Public Service Board

    • 30th Sept – K&M Leaders and CEOs

    • 12th Oct – Kent Partnership Board

    • 3rd Nov – LSP Officers Group

    • 9th Nov – KP Support Group

    • 11th Nov – KP Planning Group

    • 18th Nov – KP Annual Conference


    • 12th Oct – Kent Partnership Board

    • Child Poverty Paper

    • Health Inequalities Paper

    • Bishop Trevor Willmott:

    • - 10 Minute insight into ‘Big Society

    • Jonathan Shaw:

    • - 10 Minute insight into ‘Tackling Disadvantage’

    • 45 minute round table discussions eg:

    • - What does Big Society mean to you?

      • - What would it look like in Kent?

      • - How do we achieve it in Kent?


    • 18th Nov – KP Annual Conference (morning)

    • Keynote speaker (tbc)

    • Presentation by Chairman of KP

    • Launch of three ambitions by Ambition Champions

    • (Bishop Trevor Willmott and Jonathan Shaw)

    • Round Table discussion on taking forward three ambitions



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