The Community Planning Partnership (CPP) works locally with each other and with our communities.
Communities in Perth and Kinross – Community Planning is about delivering better services by working together and sharing resources for the benefit of our communities, and ensuring that people are able to have a strong say in the decisions of the organisations that serve them.
The Community Planning Partnership Board provides the strategic leadership and direction of Community Planning across Perth and Kinross and monitors how well the Partnership is working. It is made up of Elected Members and senior officers from each partner, and reports to communities in Perth and Kinross.
The Community Planning Partnership Executive Officer Group is a group of senior staff from community planning partners who meet regularly to take forward issues which affect the organisation of the partnership. This group advises the CPP Board.
The Community Empowerment Working Group advises the CPP Board on involving and engaging with communities.
The Outcome Delivery Groups –are tasked with delivering their respective part of the Community Plan. Each group is made up of representatives from community planning partners, elected members as well as 3rd Sector representation. The Outcome Delivery Groups are:
- Children, Young People & Families Partnership
- Community Justice Partnership
- Economy & Lifelong Learning Group
- Health & Social Care Partnership
- Community Safety Partnership
- Environment Partnership
There are five Action Partnerships for five areas of Perth and Kinross
- Highland and Strathtay
- Eastern Perthshire
- Perth City
- Strathearn and Strathallan
- Kinross-shire, Almond and Earn
Each Partnership is made up of community representatives, local Elected Members and Service Representatives. Each of the Partnerships has developed Locality Action Plans based on the local priorities identified through their Story of Place.