Faslane Maritime Change Programme

Information on the the Strategic Delivery and Development Framework (SDDF).

On 27 February 2017, the Argyll and Bute Community Planning Partnership and the Royal Navy formally agreed to work together on a mutually supportive relationship to maximise  community benefit as a result of  significant investment into HMNB Clyde. 

Designated as the “UK Submarine Centre of Specialisation”, all submarine operations are now delivered from the Clyde. This brings significant potential for improved economic and social benefits to the wider local area of Helensburgh and Lomond and beyond in Argyll and Bute. 

This agreement formalises the ‘Strategic Delivery and Development Framework’ (SDDF) which sets out the governance and joint working in relation to education, economy and regeneration, community facilities, communications and engagement, infrastructure and transportation and accommodation.

The SDDF Board  is responsible for strategic leadership and corporate commitment. The SDDF Management Group is  responsible for the delivery of the priorities set out by the Board.

The Board meets twice a year (although this can vary depending on what is required) and the Management Group meets as required.

You can view the agenda and minutes of these meetings using the links below.  Please note that names of all MOD personnel are redacted.

For further information, please contact enquiries@argyll-bute.gov.uk

SDDF Board agendas and minutes



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