East Ayrshire Community Planning
Community Planning is about a range of partners in the public and voluntary sectors working together to better plan, resource and deliver quality services that meet the needs of people who live and work in East Ayrshire.
The Community Plan is recognised by all Partners as the sovereign strategic planning document for the delivery of public services in East Ayrshire over the 12 years from 2003 to 2015 and sets out the overall vision for the local area, as follows.
Community Plan Review 2014/15 – Help to build a better East Ayrshire.
East Ayrshire Community Plan is the overarching, high level plan for East Ayrshire. It identifies local problems and opportunities, sets out an achievable and long term vision for the future and contains a plan of action to achieve this vision, which is delivered by all Community Planning Partners.
As our Community Plan nears the end of its lifespan in 2015, we need to undertake a comprehensive review to make sure that we put a new Plan in place that will make a difference to those who live and work in East Ayrshire. You can help us to use the Community Plan to build a better East Ayrshire by telling us what is important to you and your community by completing the online Survey, available at: www.eac.eu/communityplan14.
Alternatively, you can pick up a paper copy of the survey at your local office or library, or from Vibrant Communities Community Work Staff. Staff will be happy to return your completed document to us or it can be posted to the Policy, Planning and Performance Division, East Ayrshire Council Headquarters, London Road, Kilmarnock KA3 7BU.
We look forward to hearing your views. The closing date for returns is 30 April 2014.