Renfrewshire Community Planning Partnership

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Renfrewshire Community Planning Partnership (RCPP) brings together public, private and third sector agencies, along with Renfrewshire’s local communities to plan and deliver better services and to ensure that these services make a real difference to people’s lives.

Significant statutory changes have been introduced through the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 and as a result, RCPP has restructured to ensure partners focus on joint strategic priorities and the collective efforts add the most value for Renfrewshire’s communities, with particular emphasis on reducing inequalities.

To assist the work underway to develop the Council's approach to supporting community empowerment, Local Partnerships have been established to replace Local Area Committees with the core functions of the Partnerships being to work together to identify, set and share local community priorities; make connections and networks between community groups and the wider community; to listen to, consult and represent local communities; and to distribute grants to support local priorities.

Below you will find links to the Minutes and Agendas for the RCPP.  If you cannot find what you are looking for, or if you have a specific question about community planning, please contact carol.macdonald@renfrewshire.gov.uk

Renfrewshire Community Planning Partnership

Renfrewshire Community Planning Partnership Organisational Structure

Forum for Empowering Communities Group

Ensures that the third sector and communities have a voice and influence in shaping partnership decisions and activity.

Improving Life Chances Group

Brings together the work of the Children and Young People Board and the Tackling Poverty Steering Group; and Focus on the contribution of partner organisations to health improvement, reducing inequalities and addressing the attainment gap.

Local Partnership - Erskine, Inchinnan, Bishopton & Langbank

The new model of Local Partnerships has replaced the Local Area Committees. Key functions such as the administration and disbursement of grants to local organisations have been retained however, the key aim is to ensure that the Local Partnerships reflect the views and requirements of local communities and encourage people to be more involved.

Local Partnership - Glenburn, Foxbar & Brediland

The new model of Local Partnerships has replaced the Local Area Committees. Key functions such as the administration and disbursement of grants to local organisations have been retained however, the key aim is to ensure that the Local Partnerships reflect the views and requirements of local communities and encourage people to be more involved.

Local Partnership - Houston, Bridge of Weir, Brookfield, Kilbarchan, Howwood, Lochwinnoch & Elderslie

The new model of Local Partnerships has replaced the Local Area Committees. Key functions such as the administration and disbursement of grants to local organisations have been retained however, the key aim is to ensure that the Local Partnerships reflect the views and requirements of local communities and encourage people to be more involved.

Local Partnership - Johnstone & Linwood

The new model of Local Partnerships has replaced the Local Area Committees. Key functions such as the administration and disbursement of grants to local organisations have been retained however, the key aim is to ensure that the Local Partnerships reflect the views and requirements of local communities and encourage people to be more involved.

Local Partnership - Paisley East, Ralston, Hawkhead and Lochfield, Hunterhill & Charleston

The new model of Local Partnerships has replaced the Local Area Committees. Key functions such as the administration and disbursement of grants to local organisations have been retained however, the key aim is to ensure that the Local Partnerships reflect the views and requirements of local communities and encourage people to be more involved.

Local Partnership - Paisley North, Gallowhill, Ferguslie and Paisley West & Central

The new model of Local Partnerships has replaced the Local Area Committees. Key functions such as the administration and disbursement of grants to local organisations have been retained however, the key aim is to ensure that the Local Partnerships reflect the views and requirements of local communities and encourage people to be more involved.

Local Partnership - Renfrew

The new model of Local Partnerships has replaced the Local Area Committees. Key functions such as the administration and disbursement of grants to local organisations have been retained however, the key aim is to ensure that the Local Partnerships reflect the views and requirements of local communities and encourage people to be more involved.

Renfrewshire Community Planning Partnership Oversight Group

Provides oversight to the strategic work of the Community Planning Partnership Executive Group in directing the Council's contribution to the work of Renfrewshire Community Planning Partnership; Agrees outcomes and targets; and Considers any future changes to partnership working and governance structures.