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Local Improvement Plan Endorsed

Published on:

28

September 2017

A plan which provides a collective vision and focus to ensure that public services work together to ensure Clackmannanshire is a place where everyone can prosper has been approved by the Council at a meeting today (28 September).

The Local Outcome Improvement Plan (LOIP) is a ten year plan agreed by the Clackmannanshire Alliance and contains commitments which the partners will deliver over the period.  These are focused on improving local outcomes with a view to reducing those experiencing the greatest disadvantage and inequality.

The Alliance comprises representatives of Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Forth Valley College, NHS Forth Valley, CTSi, Clackmannanshire Business and elected members.

The plan, which was consulted on during the summer has four strategic outcomes:

  • Clackmannanshire will be attractive to business and people and ensure fair opportunities for all
  • Our families, children and young people will have the best possible start in life
  • Women and girls will be confident and aspirational, and achieve their full potential
  • Our communities will be resilient and empowered so that they can thrive and flourish

There are also three locality priority plans for Clackmannanshire in the plan, which set out clear priorities for improving local outcomes and tackling inequalities::

  • Improving outcomes for children and young people living in poverty
  • Improving outcomes for Alloa South & East
  • Improving outcomes for women and girls

Chair of Clackmannanshire Alliance Councillor Les Sharp said: “I am pleased that the Council has endorsed the LOIP, which provides a clear plan for all members of the Clackmannanshire Alliance to work in partnership with our communities to ensure that this is a place where everyone has an equal chance to prosper.  We will continue to scrutinise progress on the plan over the next ten years, allowing us to adjust actions as issues emerge, and all partners will refresh the LOIP on a regular basis.”

The LOIP can be viewed on the Council website.