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Rurality and Empowerment

Rurality and Empowerment

Community Led Planning -
The Benefits for Local Authorities and Local Strategic Partnerships and Developing a Consistent Approach Across the Region

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Every Voice Counts: Wmrcan Every Voice Counts: Wmrcan Presentation Transcript

    • Presentation by Lorna Pearcey
    • West Midlands Rural Community Action Network (WMRCAN) Co-ordinator
    • Contact: [email_address]
    • Tel: 01432 267820
    • West Midlands Rural Community Action Network (WMRCAN)
    • Rurality and Empowerment
    • Community Led Planning -
    • The Benefits for Local Authorities and Local Strategic Partnerships and Developing a Consistent Approach Across the Region
    • Purpose of the Project
    • Focusing on Community Led Planning (CLP)
    • Producing a Briefing Paper for Local Authorities and Local Strategic Partnerships
    • To develop and embed a consistent regional approach to CLP across the region.
    • Project activities
    • (1) Briefing paper
    • Partnership approach- RCCs and CALCs in the region
    • Case study examples to support claims of what benefits CLP can provide for Las and LSPs.
    • Project activities
    • (2) Developing Regional Consistency
    • Partnership approach- CLP workers in the region
    • Project activities
    • Three workshop style participative events
    • Five countywide reports
    • Examples of good practise from across the region
    • Final report
    • Results of the project
    • (1) CLP Briefing paper
    • Chris Gooding
    • Herefordshire Partnership
    • (2) CLP - Developing a consistent Approach across the region
    • Sophie Pryce
    • Community First in Herefordshire and Worcestershire
    • Key lessons learnt
    • (1) Partnership approach is key to developing best practise in this area
    • ( 2)Regional variations impact enormously on the delivery of CLP
    • (3) Embedding this work through the LAs and LSPs is the biggest challenge and essential if this work is to have maximum impact.