‘THE DUNDEE WEAVE’ 142,000 People – 66,000 Households – 5 National Priorities – 15 National Outcomes – One Dundee Partnership SOA – 7 Theme Group Delivery Plans – 8 Decentralised Areas – 8 Local Community Planning Partnerships - 8 Local Community Plans 5 Community Regeneration Forums – One Weave - Many Threads!
KEY PRIORITIES EMERGING FROM DUNDEE PARTNERSHIP THEMES IN THE EIGHT LOCAL COMMUNITY PLANS Building Stronger Communities Improve the quality and range of community facilities Create new opportunities for young people and work with them to convey a positive image to the wider community Increase levels of engagement to influence service planning and provision Upgrade existing and create new outdoor play facilities for children.
KEY PRIORITIES EMERGING FROM DUNDEE PARTNERSHIP THEMES IN THE EIGHT LOCAL COMMUNITY PLANS Community Safety Create more diversionary activities for young people Reduce levels of vandalism and graffiti Reduce levels of alcohol and substance misuse Reduce levels of anti-social behaviour
KEY PRIORITIES EMERGING FROM DUNDEE PARTNERSHIP THEMES IN THE EIGHT LOCAL COMMUNITY PLANS Dundee Environment Reduce levels of litter and rubbish dumping Develop quality green and open spaces Improve condition of roads and pathways Increase lighting in parks
KEY PRIORITIES EMERGING FROM DUNDEE PARTNERSHIP THEMES IN THE EIGHT LOCAL COMMUNITY PLANS Health and Wellbeing Increase opportunities and improve access to physical and recreational activities Reduce levels of drugs and alcohol misuse and provide more local support for families affected Improve mental wellbeing for people of all ages Provide a greater choice of health improvement activities and better information to raise awareness of opportunities
KEY PRIORITIES EMERGING FROM DUNDEE PARTNERSHIP THEMES IN THE EIGHT LOCAL COMMUNITY PLANS Learning and Culture Use creative approaches to increase awareness of available learning opportunities Increase learning opportunities with emphasis on diversity eg people with additional support needs Identify appropriate and accessible venues which are conducive to learning Provide learning opportunities in a wider range of settings
KEY PRIORITIES EMERGING FROM DUNDEE PARTNERSHIP THEMES IN THE EIGHT LOCAL COMMUNITY PLANS Work and Enterprise Ensure Employment Services work together to increase training opportunities and improve employment prospects Improve the appearance of local shops Increase opportunities to access career, employment, benefits and financial advice Use innovative approaches to provide training and work experience placements for young people.
KEY PRIORITIES EMERGING FROM ALL DUNDEE PARTNERSHIP THEMES ACROSS ALL LOCAL PLANS Reduce levels of alcohol and drugs misuse Improve community wellbeing Create more or different opportunities for young people Increase levels of recycling through expansion of facilities Develop green and open spaces to be accessible and safe Reduce levels of anti-social behaviour More effective co-ordination of service planning and provision
HOW CAN DUNDEE PARTNERSHIP THEME GROUPS EFFECTIVELY SUPPORT THE PRIORITY ACTIONS OF LOCAL COMMUNITY PLANNING PARTNERSHIPS AND VICE VERSA? HOW CAN THEME GROUP LEADERS ENSURE THAT PRIORITIES IN LOCAL COMMUNITY PLANS (THE GOLDEN THREADS) ARE INCORPORATED IN SOA DELIVERY PLANS? “FOOD FOR THOUGHT”