How good is your place survey?
This survey is now closed and we thank you for taking part. The results are now available for community groups and partner agencies to use to assist with service planning or for community-led action plans.
The CPP will analyse the information to identify priority themes for improvement within each of the four administrative areas and shape actions to address these where this is possible with resources.
This information will be considered by both the CPP Management Committee and the Area Community Planning Groups to shape the actions. Workshops with the Area Community Planning Groups will take place in May and work is underway to determine dates and this will be conveyed to you as soon as possible.
The final agreed actions will become part of our four Area Community Planning Action Plans, due to be refreshed in 2021.
Community Planning brings different partner agencies together along with community representatives and organisations to plan how services will be delivered across Argyll and Bute. Your local Area Community Planning Group is developing the next version of its Action Plan and will be engaging and listening to the views of communities between now and the end of October 2019. We asked you about the place(s) that you live and work in, using the Place Standard tool, so that we can identify what is important for your community as a priority action.
The final action plans will be for each administrative area with priority actions identified where partner agencies can work together and with the community, to reduce inequalities in a particular community or place. Whilst not all of the information that comes out of the Place Standard tool will result in an action within the plan, we would be keen to ensure that all community councils and community groups within an area have access to the full results for their community so that this may assist in any community-led action plans that you are currently doing or planning to do.
The survey closed on 31st October 2019.
In addition to the online survey, the council’s Community Development team engaged with community councils and community groups throughout the summer.