Find out how we work with partners to carry out community planning in East Renfrewshire.
Community Planning Partnership Board
What does the Community Planning Partnership Board do?
- Directs and oversees community planning activity
- Partners meet twice a year to review performance and decide on future work as well as create Performance and Accountability Reviews (PARs)
- Partners and council staff can present upcoming areas of work to Elected Members.
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.
Children's services plan
In East Renfrewshire, all partners are working towards publication of the local children's services plan for 2020 to 2023 by December 2020.
We had planned to consult on our prepared plan in the spring, but this was postponed while we focused on supporting families during the Covid-19 pandemic.
We're now altering the plan in light of what we've learnt from the pandemic, and the subsequently published national Independent Care Review report 'The Promise'. This long awaited report sets out what has to fundamentally change in the care system in Scotland to ensure children and young people grow up loved, safe, and respected, and we want our plan to do the same.
Prior to publication, children, young people and families will have had an additional opportunity to feedback on the content of the plan, so we can ensure it reflects the needs of children and families in East Renfrewshire.
In the meantime, we will be guided by our interim draft plan for 2020 to 2023.
Locality plans tackle inequality in the most disadvantaged areas.
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.