Stirling Community Planning Partnership CPP are currently developing a Local Outcome Improvement Plan known as a LOIP. The partner agencies involved are wide ranging and include Stirling Council, Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue, NHS Forth Valley and Forth Valley College.
The LOIP is a high level strategic plan which sets out the vision and focus for the partnership over the next 10 years and will set out the main issues in Stirling that need to be tackled in a partnership approach.
Over the last month, workshops have been held with public sector partners, Third Sector organisations and a Community Sounding Board. The workshops have reviewed evidence on inequalities in the Stirling Council area and have identified the big issues that require a partnership approach to tackle.
The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act places a statutory duty on all Community Planning Partnerships to prepare and publish a Local Outcome Improvement Plan LOIP by October 2017.
If you would like more information, or would like to be involved in community engagement of the LOIP over the summer, please contact the LOIP Core Working Group firstname.lastname@example.org