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Statutory Performance Indicators

Performance Indicators Reports

About Performance indicators

In September each year, every council in Scotland must publish its results for the Statutory Performance Indicators (SPIs). The SPIs are in 2 parts the first part consists of 25 prescribed indicators that are defined by the Accounts Commission for Scotland. The second part consists of a set of SPIs selected by each council individually, according to the following themes and services:


  • responsiveness to its communities
  • revenues and service costs
  • employees
  • assets
  • procurement
  • sustainable development
  • equalities and diversity


  • benefits administration
  • community care
  • criminal justice social work
  • cultural & community services
  • planning (both environmental and development management)
  • the education of children
  • child protection and children's social work
  • housing & homelessness
  • protective services including environmental health, and trading standards
  • roads and lighting
  • waste management services

The SPIs aim to give citizens a basic overview of how their council is performing on a range of services.

Further information on the SPIs and comparison with other councils can be found on Audit Scotland's performance Indicators website. We also publish information about our performance in our and the Financial Information sections of the website.

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