- Perth and Kinross Council
- Job Centre Plus
- NHS Tayside
- Scottish Fire and Rescue
- Police Scotland
- University of Highlands and Islands – Perth College
- Scottish Enterprise
- Skills Development Scotland
This is only part of the makeup of partnership working to support our communities. Community Planning involves a much wider range of partners involved in joint working to achieve our vision for the area. These include:
- Local business groups
- Voluntary organisations
- Culture Perth and Kinross
- Horsecross Arts
- Live Active Leisure
- National Parks Authorities
- Tayside and Central Transport Partnership
- Scottish Environment Protection Agency
Community Planning Partnerships are responsible for producing two types of plans:
- A Local Outcomes Improvement Plan (in Perth and Kinross this is known as the Community Plan) which covers the whole Council area.
- Locality Plans (in Perth and Kinross these are known as Locality Action Plans), which cover smaller parts of the Council area.
Both types of plan must be informed by knowledge and understanding of communities’ needs, and both must set out how the Community Planning Partnership will tackle inequalities that exist in the area.
Perth & Kinross Community Planning Partnership Website
Scottish Government – Community Planning
Legislation – Community Empowerment Act (Scotland) 2015 Part 2