Highland and Strathtay

Welcome to Highland and Strathtay. Our locality covers the Highland and Strathtay council wards, and our main towns and villages include: Pitlochry, Aberfeldy, Dunkeld, Stanley and Luncarty. There are a number of smaller, discrete and often remote communities: Acharn, Almond Bank,Amulree, Ballunluig, Blair Atholl, Camserney, Dull, Fearnan, Fortingall, Keltneyburn, Glen Lyon, Grandtully, Kenmore, Kinloch Rannoch, Hunting Tower, Lawers and Loch Tay are just some of these. We have developed a Story of Place for Highland and Strathtay which brings together a wealth of local information. You can get involved in shaping  Highland and Strathtay’s Story of place via the Comment Section on the site.

Highland & Strathtay Action Partnership
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Action Partnerships are an exciting opportunity for local people to get involved in making things better in their communities. Highland and Strathtay is one of five Action Partnerships which between them cover the whole area of Perth and Kinross. The Highland and Strathtay Action Partnership is made up equally of community members, local Councillors and services (Police, Fire, NHS and Council). The Partnership works together to identify local priorities and plans to tackle inequalities, and improve the local area.

Locality Action Plan

Action planning at a local level is a tried and tested way to tackle issues faced by communities. Local people know the issues their communities face and often know the best solutions too. Our Local Action Plan will direct the Action Partnership in the work we do. In developing this Plan we used evidence from the  Highland and Strathtay Story of Place, which contains a wealth of statistical information; information about community assets and other consultations with the community; as well as the local knowledge brought by members of the Action Partnership.

 

 
 
 
Highland and Strathtay- Key Facts

  Highland and Strathtay Perth and Kinross Scotland
Population (2015) 18,820 149,930 5,373,000
Percentage of people aged 0-15 14% 16% 17%
Percentage of people aged 16-64 61% 61% 65%
Percentage of people aged 65 and over 24% 22% 18%
Percentage of people rating their health and good or very good 86% 85% 82%
Percentage of working age population experiencing income deprivation 10% 14% 19%

Case Study- Rannoch and Tummel 

This case study shows how the community in Rannoch and Tummel came together to create a plan for their area.

Useful information

Highland and Strathtay-  Story of Place

Perth and Kinross- Action Partnerships

Perth and Kinross – Locality Action Plans

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