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  1. 1. Feedback Form - Edinburgh’s SOA 2009 Mapping Third Sector Activity AS Edinburgh continues to develop the city’s first ever very useful indication of how you see your organisation’s Community Planning Partnership Single Outcome work fitting within the SOA framework, and with National Agreement for 2009, we are seeking to gather information and Local Outcomes from Edinburgh’s current SOA (2008.) indicating to what degree your organisation’s work supports the National and Local Outcomes listed on this We have asked you to name your organisation, to help form. provide us with an understanding of the scale/scope of your organisation’s work. If you prefer, simply mention This form builds on a structure you may previously have your main activity (eg: ‘health’ or ‘volunteering’) and seen at a Third Sector event on 27th November, or by whether your work is local, Edinburgh-wide or wider. email from EdinburghCompact. Thanks are due to those who have already responded. That feedback is being The National Outcomes are listed below (NO1 to 15,) as taken into account. are the Local Outcomes (LOs) as they appear in Edinburgh’s 2008 Single Outcome Agreement. Completing this form is not expected to take too much of your time, and the information you provide will serve as a Thank You for taking the time to share your views.
  2. 2. Name of Your Organisation _________________________________________________________OR Main activity & whether local/citywide/wider___________________________________________ Please circle or tick as many of the following as are relevant to your organisation’s work 1 = our ‘core’ work: 2 = part of our work: 3 = not part of our work NO1 We live in a Scotland that is the most attractive place for doing business in Europe LO1.1 Edinburgh is a thriving, growing city with a high quality of life and environment and a prosperous economy 1 2 3 LO1.2 Edinburgh’s excellent sustainable transport infrastructure provides easy access to labour markets and facilitates economic growth 1 2 3 LO1.3 Edinburgh is an internationally competitive business location that attracts talent and investment to its growing knowledge-based economy 1 2 3 LO1.4 Edinburgh is the UK’s top performing tourist destination outside of London 1 2 3 LO1.5 The global competitive edge of Edinburgh’s Festivals is maintained
  3. 3. 1 2 3 NO2 We realise our full economic potential with more and better employment opportunities for our people LO2.1 The performance of Edinburgh’s economy is strengthened through the increased economic participation of its population 1 2 3 LO2.2 The participation of employers and developers in the support and delivery of labour market interventions is increased 1 2 3 LO2.3 More service users undergoing employability training gain sustained employment 1 2 3 NO3 We are better educated, more skilled and more successful, renowned for our research and innovation LO3.1 An increased percentage of young people go on to positive sustainable destinations, matching the 2006/07 national average 1 2 3 LO3.2 Edinburgh’s attractiveness and competitiveness in key high technology knowledge sectors is increased 1 2 3
  4. 4. NO4 Our young people are successful learners, confident individuals, effective contributors and responsible citizens LO4.1 The quality of educational learning experiences and the meeting of individual pupils’ needs are improved 1 2 3 LO4.2 Children and Young People are successful learners 1 2 3 LO4.3 Young People are confident individuals, effective contributors and responsible citizens 1 2 3 NO5 Our children have the best start in life and are ready to succeed LO5.1 Children’s early years development learning and care experiences are improved so that they are ready for school 1 2 3 LO5.2 Progress is made towards reducing average class sizes to 18 1 2 3 LO5.3 Standards of care are improved by increasing the number of early years and childcare staff who meet Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) requirements 1 2 3 LO5.4 Children and Young People have greater access to reading opportunities and support for early learning and literacy
  5. 5. 1 2 3 NO6 We live longer, healthier lives LO6.1 Reduced Delayed Discharge in hospital LO6.7 Improved health and well-being of people with disabilities 1 2 3 1 2 3 LO6.2 Improved health care experience LO6.8 Improved health and well-being of older people 1 2 3 1 2 3 LO6.3 Improving child health LO6.9 More effectively supported Vulnerable Adults 1 2 3 1 2 3 LO6.4 Reduced dependence on smoking, drugs and alcohol LO6.10 Improved support to carers 1 2 3 1 2 3 LO6.5 Increased active participation in physical activity LO6.11 Improved food safety and an increase in the number 1 2 3 of food premises that are fully compliant with all food hygiene standards LO6.6 Improved mental health 1 2 3
  6. 6. 1 2 3 NO7 We have tackled the significant inequalities in LO7.5 Individuals with significant barriers to employment Scottish society have improved access to employability training LO7.1 Reduce deprivation 1 2 3 1 2 3 LO7.6 Health inequalities are reduced through reduction in differences in life expectancy and illness prevalence LO7.2 Levels of homelessness and poverty are reduced between different socio-economic groups and neighbourhoods in Edinburgh 1 2 3 1 2 3 LO7.3 The gap in the claimant unemployment rate of the city and the most deprived areas is reduced LO7.7 Improved attainment for Black/Minority Ethnic (BME) pupils 1 2 3 1 2 3 LO7.4 The percentage of the population claiming Incapacity Benefit is reduced LO7.8 Improved adult literacy and numeracy 1 2 3 1 2 3
  7. 7. NO8 We have improved the life chances for children, young people and families at risk LO8.1 Children in need of protection receive the help they need straight away 1 2 3 LO8.2 Looked after children are cared for and supported 1 2 3 LO8.3 There is a reduction in the number of children and young people who offend 1 2 3 NO9 We live our lives safe from disorder and danger LO9.1 People in Edinburgh feel safer 1 2 3 LO9.2 Young people are protected from harm and anti-social behaviour in our neighbourhoods is reduced 1 2 3 LO9.3 People already known to the criminal justice system re-offend less
  8. 8. 1 2 3 LO9.4 The number of casualties resulting from road traffic collisions is reduced 1 2 3 NO10 We live in well-designed, sustainable places where we are able to access the amenities and services we need LO10.1 The number of people who are satisfied with their neighbourhood increases 1 2 3 LO10.2 The number of affordable homes in Edinburgh is increased 1 2 3 LO10.3 All Council homes are improved to the new Scottish Housing Quality standard while excellent housing management and neighbourhood management services are maintained 1 2 3 LO10.4 By 2012 everyone assessed as homeless is provided with accommodation 1 2 3 LO10.5 Services are locally available in proportion to need or demand 1 2 3 LO10.6 More older people with longer term care needs are supported in their own homes rather than admitted to a care home or to NHS continuing care
  9. 9. 1 2 3 LO10.7 Edinburgh’s reputation as a sporting centre is improved 1 2 3 NO11 We have strong, resilient and supportive communities where people take responsibility for their own actions and how they affect others LO11.1 Communities feel able to influence decisions that affect their neighbourhood 1 2 3 LO11.2 Quality of life within neighbourhoods is improved 1 2 3 NO12 We value and enjoy our built and natural environment and protect and enhance it for future generations LO12.1 The cleanliness of the city is improved 1 2 3 LO12.2 There are more attractive and accessible green spaces across the city 1 2 3 LO12.3 Edinburgh’s flagship cultural venues are made fit for purpose to further sustain the city’s historic and cultural infrastructure 1 2 3 LO12.4 The development of a quality built and natural environment is well supported
  10. 10. 1 2 3 LO12.5 Children and Young People have a better awareness of the environment and understanding of the importance of creating a sustainable future 1 2 3 NO13 We take pride in a strong, fair and inclusive national identity LO13.1 The global competitive edge of Edinburgh’s Festivals is maintained 1 2 3 NO14 We reduce the local and global impact of our consumption LO14.4 Air quality for local residents is improved 1 2 3 LO14.1 The percentage of municipal waste recycled or composted is increased 1 2 3 LO14.2 Carbon emissions from the Council’s own activities are reduced by 5 per cent per annum LO14.5 Council annual spend on Fair Trade products 1 2 3 increases year on year 1 2 3 LO14.3 Edinburgh’s overall ecological footprint is reduced LO14.6 Increased use is made of electricity generated 1 2 3 from renewable sources
  11. 11. 1 2 3 LO14.8 Edinburgh residents find sustainable travel options increasingly attractive LO14.7 Growth in traffic levels is contained 1 2 3 1 2 3 NO15 Our public services are high quality, continually improving, efficient and responsive to people’s needs LO15.1 Our services are continually improving and efficient 1 2 3 LO15.2 People’s perceptions of the quality and responsiveness of public services in Edinburgh are improved 1 2 3 LO15.3 The Council achieves best value from capital disposals in light of Council priorities 1 2 3 Please use the space below to add any comments. Please continue on a separate sheet if necessary.
  12. 12. If you would like to speak to someone about this form, or about the Community Planning SOA process, please contact Dianne Morrison at EVOC on (0131) 555 9100 in the first instance. Please return this form to or to her at: EVOC, 14 Ashley Place EH6 5PX