2014-2017 Local Community Plan


LCP Icons smallLocal Community Plans are written as a summary of the main things local people want to see changed or improved in their area.

The new Local Community Plan will run from 2014 to 2017. The new LCP was approved by the Pentlands Partnership Board on 30th September 2014 and can be found here. It was officially launched at the end of October along with plans from the eleven other Neighbourhood Partnerships in Edinburgh. The new Plan follows on from the 2011-14 Plan which can be found  here.

 

Why renew?

The Local Community Plans are updated to make sure they stay relevant to the needs of communities. We intend to build on the work that has already taken place in the Pentlands and include new emerging issues for the community.

To help revise the Local Community Plan we asked local people what they think the main issues are in their area.

 

What we did to consult

Over spring and into summer 2014 the Neighbourhood Partnership team consulted across the community on what issues the new plan should prioritise. We produced an online survey that local people were encouraged to complete, with paper versions available on request and at libraries. We focused on getting opinions from specific groups such as young people, older peoples groups, and minority communities. We consulted with the voluntary sector, and tried to ensure the plan reflects the range of opinions that exist across the Pentlands area of Edinburgh.

An executive summary of the process can be accessed here.

For more information please get in touch with Michael Edwards (0131 527 3884) or Scott Neill (0131 527 3816) by email or phone.   If you're a member of a group based in the Pentlands area which you'd like to be involved in the Neighbourhood Partnership please don't hesitate to get in contact.