December 7, 2022
Helensburgh and Oban are two of the main towns in Argyll and Bute.
By Aileen MacLennan
What aspects of life in Argyll and Bute should the area’s Community Planning Partnership focus on improving?
Climate change, community well-being and digital inclusion are among the proposed priorities for the Partnership, which brings together council, health, fire and other key agencies.
The Partnership is asking people living in Argyll and Bute what their top three priorities are.
People can choose from seven options, identified with community feedback, or can add their own.
Responses will help the Partnership develop Argyll and Bute’s Local Outcomes Improvement Plan for 2024-2034.
Chair of Argyll and Bute’s Community Planning Partnership, Joe McKay, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, said: “The Partnership’s work is all about improving life in Argyll and Bute so I would encourage as many people as possible to take just a few minutes to tell us what matters most to you.
“Your feedback will help us develop the work we do together for Argyll and Bute over the next ten years.”
Councillor Alastair Redman, pictured right, the council’s Policy Lead for Community Planning said: “Our focus across the Partnership is on getting it right for Argyll and Bute and delivering the improvements that people need and want to see. We can do that best with input from communities which is why we are keen to hear about what the priorities are for you.”
To find out more and give your priorities please see Improving Lives in Argyll and Bute (argyll-bute.gov.uk)