Great neighbourhoods, housing and environment

As a district council, much of what we do focuses on ‘place’ – the physical fabric that makes Norwich what it is, whether it be housing,green spaces, our approach to urban planning or keeping the city clean and resilient in the face of a changing climate and adverse weather. We aspire to be good stewards of the city, maintaining the character that makes Norwich a unique place, whilst taking opportunities to regenerate and develop the city to enhance it and support thriving communities.

Great neighbourhoods, housing and environment

% of community accessing community centres by income decile
Awaiting Data
 
 
 
Awaiting Data
% of council homes at 'C' or higher energy efficiency rating
On Track
30 Jun 19
77.60%
 
On Track
% of customers satisfied with the planning development management service
Succeeding
30 Jun 19
90.00%
 
Succeeding
% of domestic waste recycled/composted
Meeting Target
30 Jun 19
42.70%
 
Meeting Target
% of planning appeals overturned on review
Needs Improvement
30 Jun 19
50.00%
 
Needs Improvement
% of streets found clean on inspection
On Track
30 Jun 19
84.00%
 
On Track
% upgrades complete (proxy measure for % of homes which have met the Norwich standard)
Needs Improvement
30 Jun 19
18.00%
 
Needs Improvement
Assets maintained by community groups
Needs Improvement
30 Jun 19
48.00
 
Needs Improvement
Food waste per household (KG)
30 Jun 19
10.38
KG
 
Green flag awards for parks and open spaces
Meeting Target
30 Apr 19
1.00
 
Meeting Target
People satisfied with parks and open spaces
30 Jun 19
65.00%
 
 
Resident perception of how much a part of the community they feel
30 Jun 19
39.00%
 
 
resident perception of how the community pulls together
30 Jun 19
34.00%
 
 
Residents satisfied with their neighbourhood
30 Jun 19
50.00%
 
 
Volunteer hours in parks and open spaces
Achieved
30 Jun 19
1,727.50
 
Achieved