This consultation is now closed as of 24 October 2017.
Community planning is a process where local organisations work together and with local communities to improve services with the aim of reducing inequalities. The local organisations that have a legal duty to make sure community planning in East Dunbartonshire works are:
- East Dunbartonshire Council
- NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
- Police Scotland
- Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
- Scottish Enterprise
This draft Local Outcomes Improvement Plan (LOIP) is the shared plan for our CPP. The LOIP outlines why and how we will work together to organise and provide services in a way that tackles known inequalities. The draft LOIP provides an evidence-based understanding of local needs, circumstances and aspirations of different geographic communities and communities of interest. It translates that understanding into a set of priorities which will create the focus for partnership working over the next ten years.
We would now like to capture your views to ensure the LOIP is an accessible and suitable plan for our communities. The draft LOIP and supplementary documents are available in the corresponding downloads section of this webpage.
Alternatively, paper copies of the draft with accompanying paper surveys will be in community venue reception areas with instruction for how to return these. If you would like to discuss this LOIP, an Officer will be present on behalf of the CPP on a drop in basis at the following places:
- Bishopbriggs War Memorial Hall: Tuesday 12 September, 3pm to 7pm
- Kirkintilloch Hub: Tuesday 19 September, 3pm to 7pm
- Milngavie Library: Tuesday 26 September, 3pm to 7pm
- Lennoxtown Hub: Monday 2 October, 1pm to 3pm
- Bearsden Hub: Tuesday 3 October, 3pm to 7pm
- Hillhead Community Centre, Thursday 12 October, 4pm to 6pm
- Westerton Library, Friday 13 October, 10am to noon
- Bishopbriggs Library (temporarily located in the War Memorial Hall: Tuesday 17 October, 2pm to 4pm
We appreciate you taking time to give us your views Updates on the progress of this consultation will be provided online, in community venues and sent to local organisations and groups during autumn and winter 2017.