South Central Neighbourhood Partnership
Since 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.
We are about to create a third Local Community Plan to cover
the coming three years ie 2014-2017. After a
period of consultation the South Central Neighbourhood Partnership,
at its meeting on Monday, 17th March 2014, selected four new
priorities. The Community Plan itself is yet to be
written; this will be done very soon in conjunction with the Action
Groups set up to take these forward. In the
meantime, click here to view the community and Neighbourhood
Partnership selection of priorities
The priorities are wide ranging and reflect the issues of
concern to the people of South Central.
The 2011-14 plan has come to an end. You can continue to
view the 2011-2014 plan here - 2011 - 2014 Local
Community Plan. The full report showing the
achievements of the 2011 - 2014 Local Community Plan
can be viewed or downloaded here.
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.
Dumbiedykes Quality of Life Priority Group