The headline results from the latest round of CQC analysis, on Road Carriageway Maintenance data submitted by eighty-three members of the Network for the period 2009/2010 to 2015/2016, are as follows:
The CQC Efficiency Network, formed in April 2015, is run in partnership by measure2improve (m2i) and the Institute for Transport Studies (ITS) at the University of Leeds.
Chaired by Jason Russell, Deputy Director Environmental & Infrastructure at Surrey County Council, the Network measures efficiency, evaluating the likely impact of changes to expenditure, practice and process and assists participating authorities realise efficiency savings. CQC has received recognition from the Department for Transport (DfT) and is referenced in its Incentive Fund Self-Assessment Questionnaire.
Download the CQC Results Overview (for membership year 2016/2017) here
Download the CQC Annual Report for the same period here