The main aim of the Community Planning Partnership is to deliver the outcomes within the Argyll and Bute Outcome Improvement Plan (ABOIP). The purpose of the ABOIP is to set out the needs and circumstances of citizens living in Argyll and Bute, identify the outcomes to which priority is to be given by the community planning partnership, with a view to improving these, and set out what success would look like in achieving the outcomes and how this will be measured and monitored.
Find out more about the CPP in our welcome pack.
Read or download the full Argyll and Bute Outcome Improvement Plan 2013 - 2023.
Read the latest Community Planning Partnership Bulletin.
Read the latest Community Planning Partnership performance information.
- Outcome 1 - The economy is diverse and thriving
- Outcome 2 - We have infrastructure that supports sustainable growth
- Outcome 3 - Education, skills and training
- Outcome 4 - Children and young people have the best possible start
- Outcome 5 - People live active, healthier and more independent lives
- Outcome 6 - People live in safer and stronger communities
How we ensure that everyone receives information about policies and decisions which affect them or may be of interest to them. The information we provide will be easy to access and understand, and will be tailored as appropriate to different audiences to support involvement
How we will provide people and organisations in Argyll and Bute with opportunities to have their say about the decisions and services that affect them through consultation
The links below will take you to the Argyll and Bute Council's Committee Information page for each of the Area Community Planning groups. Here you will find details of community planning meetings and any public documents associated with these meetings including agendas, reports and minutes.
The Better community engagement resource pack is crammed full of ideas for engaging with people of all ages and abilities in fun and interactive ways
Facts and figures about Argyll and Bute's geography, economy, population, etc
Improving your local community by getting involved
Help to find funding for your project or group
The council's key plans and policies
There are 16 national outcomes. They describe what the Government wants to achieve over the next 10 years. The Community Plan and Single Outcome Agreement contributes to the delivery of these national outcomes and delivers better outcomes for our communities