Community Planning Partnership

Community Planning Partnership

In each local authority area there is a Community Planning Partnership (CPP)  – and is referred to locally as the Clackmannanshire Alliance. The Alliance’s role is providing the strategic vision and direction for community planning as well as monitoring the implementation of the Local Outcomes Improvement Plan 2017-2027.
 
This plan sets out partners’ 10 year vision for tackling inequalities and poverty in Clackmannanshire. The plan has been developed in partnership and sets out shared statutory obligations under the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015. The plan sets out four ambitious strategic outcomes for Clackmannanshire and includes three Locality Priorities focussed on addressing inequality and poverty and improving outcomes for Clackmannanshire. 
 
The Alliance meets quarterly and is chaired by the Leader of the Council.

Strategic Outcomes

The Strategic Outcomes are:

  • Clackmannanshire will be attractive to businesses and people and ensure fair opportunities for all.
  • Our families; children and young people will have the best possible start in life.
  • Women and girls will be confident and aspirational, and achieve their full potential.
  • Our communities will be resilient and empowered so that they can thrive and flourish.

Local Priorities

Our Locality Priorities are:

  • Improving outcomes for children and young people living in poverty
  • Improving outcomes for women and girls living in Clackmannanshire
  • Improving outcomes for people living in Alloa South and East

Alliance Members

Membership of the Alliance comprises representatives of the Boards of:

CTSI now manages and updates the Alliance specifically around the LOIP – Our communities will be resilient and empowered so that they can thrive and flourish. To do this CTSI provides an updated Communities Action Plan which can be viewed here. 

Strategic Partnerships

Other Strategic Partnerships that are represented by CTSI or attended by third sector representatives are listed below:

Anthea Coulter, Chief Officer is the current Vice Chair. and Louise Orr sits on the partnership.   Please contact at anthea.coulter@ctsi.org.uk to discuss any representations.  For more details please go to  Clackmannanshire Community Justice Partnership (clacks.gov.uk)

Julie Haslam, Team Leader is the Third Sector representative and holds a quarterly Children & Families’ Forum. For more details, please contact at julie.haslam@ctsi.org.uk. For more information please go to Children & Familes | Clackmannanshire Council (clacks.gov.uk) or to read the Strategic Plan go to  Clackmannanshire Children’s Services Plan (clacks.gov.uk)

Louise Orr, Team Leader is the Third Sector representative on the LEP and can be contacted at louise.orr@ctsi.org.uk. For more details on the LEP please go to Clackmannanshire Local Employability Partnership (LEP) (clacks.gov.uk) Louise holds a regular Volunteering Managers’ Forum. 

Julie Haslam is one of the Third Sector reps as well as Clacks Womens Aid, Resilience Learning Partnership and Forth Valley Rape Crisis. For more information, please go to Clackmannanshire Violence Against Women Partnership (clacks.gov.uk)

This new partnership has been formed to tackle and monitor the challenges around child poverty. Julie Haslam is one of the Third Sector reps along with other delivery partners including Clacks CAB, The Gate and Hawkhill Community Association. Julie can be contacted at julie.haslam@ctsi.org.uk.

 
For Alliance minutes and other relevant documents, please got to: 
 
 

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