South Central Neighbourhood Partnership

Making it Happen - SCNP Portrait.jpgSince 2008, the South Central Neighbourhood Partnership has taken forward issues which affect the quality of life for all residents and has also focused on identifying and putting in place support for our most vulnerable residents.

The South Central Neighbourhood Partnership has published its third Local Community Plan 2014-2017 which can be viewed here.   This was created after a period of consultation with the community at the beginning of 2014 when agreement to four priorities was reached. The priorities are wide ranging and reflect the issues of concern to the people of South Central.

It is essential that we continue to engage with local residents to both shape and influence the type of services required to meet the desired outcomes linked with the plan.  This will be driven through the Partnership's robust sub structure.

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The South Central Neighbourhood Partnership would like to take the opportunity to wish good cheer to everyone over the festive season and a very happy and prosperous New Year to you all.

Your local contacts

  • Sarah Burns.JPGSarah Burns
    South Neighbourhood Manager0131 529 7662
  • e_kilmurry.jpgEvelyn Kilmurry
    Partnership and Information Manager0131 529 5129

Next Meeting

JAN 22

Dumbiedykes Quality of Life Action Group
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One City Trust Grant Programme

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