Local Government Benchmarking Framework

The Local Government Benchmarking Framework (LGBF) provides evidence of trends in how Councils allocate resources, the performance of key Council services and levels of public satisfaction with the major services provided and commissioned by Councils.  The purpose of the LGBF is for Councils to work together to:

  • improve their use of performance information
  • understand variations in achievements
  • share good service 

The LGBF provides data across a range of key service areas:

  • Children's Services
  • Adult Social Care 
  • Corporate Services and Corporate Assets 
  • Culture and Leisure Services 
  • Economic Development and Planning 
  • Environmental Services
  • Financial Sustainabilty 
  • Tackling Climate Change  

An overview of Inverclyde Council's latest performance data is provided in the LGBF Performance Factfile 2021/22, which you can finding the Documents section on the right hand side of this page.    

You can find more information on the Council's LGBF performance, including details of how we compare with Councils of a similar socio-economic make up or population size, on the Improvement Service website or follow the 'mylocalcouncil' link that is provided in the 'Other Websites' section of this page.  A link to the LGBF National Benchmarking Overview Report 2021/22 is also provided.