Phasing of measures

A good initial strategy is essential. Indiscriminately launching all the measures at once is out of the question. On the contrary, an implementation strategy must be defined, which involves determining the best moment for launching the various measures. The objective is to implement a plan that is realistic, balanced and phased over time. Actions requiring a long completion time (or which will take longer to have visible effects on the ground) will be launched in 2022, while other, faster actions will be launched in 2023 or even in 2024, depending on the availability of key resources.

Project datasheets for each measure

Initially, project datasheets will be developed for each measure in the plan to be launched in 2022. These datasheets will present the information necessary for monitoring the measure: the public bodies running the project (leader and collaborators), the project manager, the timing, the budget, the measure’s implementation stages and the monitoring and results indicators. These datasheets will be co-constructed with the project manager designated for each measure.

Steering via a dashboard

The steering of the Strategy and the monitoring of the measures will be carried out by means of a dashboard of indicators. This dashboard will allow progress on each measure to be viewed but will also enable the Urban Cleanliness Strategy to be monitored more generally, with an assessment for each objective.

Annual review of the plan

The annual review of the plan has two major objectives: first, to take stock of the past year, looking at all the measures implemented, their results, the effects on the ground, etc.; and second, through the Municipalities-Region Cooperation Council, to put forward a plan for the following year, continuing ongoing actions in progress and confirming new actions to be launched.
It is important to note that such a plan must be flexible. Evaluation of the results obtained makes it possible to analyse whether the actions that have been introduced are effective and to drop them if they are failing to produce the expected results. It is quite possible that after the first or second year, certain measures which were in the original plan may be revised to reflect changes in the context, the environment and the priorities.