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 15 years from 2015 to 2030 and sets out the overall vision for the local area.
This is the second Community Plan for East Ayrshire, and builds on the longstanding and solid foundation of strong and effective partnership working in the delivery of the first twelve-year Community Plan (2003-2015).
East Ayrshire is a place with strong, safe and vibrant communities where everyone has a good quality of life and access to opportunities, choices and high quality services which are sustainable, accessible and meet people's needs.
In East Ayrshire, the Local Outcomes Improvement Plan will underpin our Community Plan, providing the formal performance management framework against which partnership activity is measured. The Local Outcomes Improvement Plan will demonstrate progress towards the achievement of agreed local outcomes for our communities and how we address inequality.
Here are some of our core themes.
Delivering economic recovery will benefit young and old, improve health and generate employment.
East Ayrshire is a safe place to live where crimes and violence have continued to reduce.
Positive health and wellbeing is at the heart of our community planning arrangements.