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The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 requires each Community Planning Partnership to have in place a Local Outcome Improvement Plan by 1st October 2017.  These plans need to be focused on the case for change in a local area, with a real understanding of varying needs and outcomes levels in our diverse communities.  More information about Local Outcome Improvement Plans can be found here.The Partnership is also required to identify those areas experiencing the greatest disadvantage for the purposes of developing specific plans for these localities.These plans are required to be in place by 1st October 2017.

What have we done so far?

A strategic assessment of the West Dunbartonshire CPP area and locality profiles are being developed to support the identification of priority communities in line with the requirements around locality planning.

The Community Planning Management Group met on May 24th 2017 to consider and agree the outcome areas that West Dunbartonshire’s Local Outcome Improvement Plan should focus on.  The Management Group propose to adopt 5 key outcomes (listed below) for the partnership, which will be the focus for partnership activity and investment over the period of the plan. 

  1. Our local economy is thriving
  2. Our communities are safe
  3. Our children and young people are nurtured
  4. Our older residents are supported to remain independent
  5. Our residents are empowered

Each outcome is supported by a suite of priority areas, which will be the focus of activity in thematic Delivery & Improvement Groups and measured through a performance and improvement monitoring framework and we are also consulting on these.  

If you would like to give us your views please complete the online survey here:

This consultation closes on 28th July 2017.

This consultation closed
Fri 28 July 2017 11:59 PM