Peer challenge in practice
Peer challenge is a respected tool for improvement. During the comprehensive area assessment era, councils with a peer challenge improved their ratings to a greater extent than those without. Now that CAA has been abolished the practice is even more important as a tool for improving performance and demonstrating that we are striving to deliver better services.
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