North Ayrshire Community Planning Partnership
North Ayrshire Community Planning Partnership (CPP) is public agencies working in partnership locally with communities, the private and third sectors to plan and deliver better services. This includes all services that might affect you such as: social work, home care, adult protection, ambulance services, roads, antisocial behaviour services, business support, playparks, housing, education and healthcare- among others.
We work together on shared priorities which are in a document called Local Outcomes Improvement Plan.
Who is involved?
Under the Community Empowerment Act 2015, certain public organisations- The Local Authority, The Health Board, Scottish Fire and Rescue, Police Scotland, Scottish Enterprise, Highland and Islands Enterprise must ensure that the Community Planning Partnership carries out its functions properly. Other organisations which have a duty to participate are also listed in the Act.
The Scottish Government has now published guidance (standard and easy read) to help organisations carry out their functions under the act and to help voluntary and community groups to get involved.
Community Empowerment Act – Statutory Guidance
Community Empowerment Act – Easy Read Guidance
Community Planning Meetings
More detailed information on our Community Planning groups and their work is available via the links to the right. This document contains details of the 2020 Community Planning meetings for partner information.
2021 meeting schedule
Community Planning Organisation
Our Terms of Reference document explains the structure of the partnership and the remit of the groups.
North Ayrshire CPP Terms of Reference
We have prepared an Induction Pack for those joining North Ayrshire Community Planning Partnership.
North Ayrshire Community Planning Partnership Induction Pack