Find out how we work with partners to carry out community planning in East Renfrewshire.
East Renfrewshire Community Planning Partnership (CPP) works for and with communities to ensure everyone has the best possible quality of life. East Renfrewshire CPP is made up of a range of organisations. The following 5 key organisations have a specific legal duty to lead community planning:
- East Renfrewshire Council
- NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
- Police Scotland
- Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
- Scottish Enterprise
The following additional key partners are actively involved in the Community Planning Partnership and contribute to the delivery of our outcomes:
- East Renfrewshire Integration Joint Board (Health and Social Care Partnership)
- Strathclyde Partnership for Transport
- Skills Development Scotland
- Voluntary Action East Renfrewshire SCIO
- Department for Work and Pensions
- West College Scotland
- East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure Trust
There are also a range of partnership working arrangements in place with the community, business and voluntary sectors across East Renfrewshire.
Our Community Plan is a 10 year plan. It sets out how we'll make East Renfrewshire fairer and reduce inequalities.
The progress report contains information on what improvements have been made towards the outcomes contained in both the Community Plan and Fairer East Ren in 2018 to 2019.
Fairer East Ren
This is our Local Outcomes Improvement Plan as required under the Community Empowerment Act. It focuses on reducing inequality across groups and communities in East Renfrewshire. The plan has 10 year outcomes, with 1 and 3 year targets, where we can make the biggest difference to people's lives. Each outcome area will have a detailed strategy, published seperately.
Our Locality Plans will focus where we need to work with specific, priority geographical communities to support them to thrive and be more resilient. Locality Plans have 10 year outcomes and 1 and 3 year targets.
Our first Locality Plans, for Auchenback and ADD2Barrhead (Arthurlie, Dunterlie and Dovecothall) were approved in September 2017.
Progress reports for 2017 to 2027 are available for Auchenback and Barrhead. These reports contain information about initiatives in the area that have addressed the priorities in the plan.