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Share your views for new strategy

North Ayrshire Council’s Community Planning Partnership is developing a new Strategic Plan and would love to hear your views.

North Ayrshire Community Planning Partnership (CPP) is public agencies working in partnership locally with communities, the private and third sectors to plan and deliver better services.

This includes all services that might affect you such as: social work, home care, adult protection, roads, antisocial behaviour services, business support, playparks, housing, education and healthcare – among others.

Consultation has opened, and the public is invited to share feedback to help shape the CPP’s Local Outcomes Improvement Plan.

Currently the cross-cutting themes influencing the Local Outcomes Improvement Plan are:

  • Building stronger communities by enabling communities to increase control over their lives, being supported to do things for themselves and having their voices heard in the planning and delivery of services.
  • Prevention by tackling issues early to stop things from happening in the first place or from getting worse.

Councillor Louise McPhater, Cabinet Member for Participatory Democracy commented: “The Council’s Community Planning Partnership is at the very forefront of our pledge to do everything we can to tackle the root causes of child poverty in North Ayrshire.

“The new improvement plan will run from 2022 to 2030 and we would like to know what you think are the key issues that our Community Planning Partnership should concentrate on as a partnership.

“So, please, tell us what matters most. Go online now and fill in the questionnaire for your chance to have your say to shape our new improvement strategy and help vulnerable residents in our communities to build a healthier, safer and better life in North Ayrshire.”

The deadline to share your views is midnight on Friday 31 December 2021.

How you can have your say:

Find out more on the Community Planning Partnership website at:

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