What is it?
The peer review process is a key element of Renewal & Reform, supporting dioceses by 'holding up a mirror' to their work. The objectives of the diocesan peer review process are to ensure mutual accountability and to facilitate shared learning while aiming to be of real value to the individual dioceses.
The process seeks to combine the principles of good stewardship, accountability and transparency. We hope it will strengthen communion within the Church through the application of the gifts of leadership, wisdom and administration.
More information on the peer review process may be found on the Church of England's website here.
A Peer Review for the Diocese of Ely took place in October 2017. Copies of the Ely Diocesan pre-review self-assessment and the post-review Report can be found here:
The Ely Diocesan Board of Finance (EDBF) was due to undertake a Diocesan Peer Review in the spring of 2020. However, due to the onset of the global Covid-19 pandemic this was postponed.