Glasgow’s Community Planning Partnership (CPP) has been working to a new structure since 1 April 2013. At a citywide level there is a Strategic Board, an Executive Group and a Safe Glasgow group. There are then three Sector partnerships, for the North East, North West and South. Each sector also has an Area Senior Officers Group. At a more local level there are 21 Area Partnerships.
View this diagram as a jpeg: New CPP Structures (jpegf 153Kb)
The CPP Governance Framework was updated in September 2014, and can be found here: CPP Governance Framework (pdf 386Kb)
The Scottish Government website describes Community Planning Partnerships as ‘a process which helps public agencies to work together with the community to plan and deliver better services which make a real difference to people’s lives.’
Partners work within the framework of the Local Government in Scotland Act 2003.
Glasgow’s Community Planning Partnership is made up of:
The Sector Partnerships also include community residents and representatives from further education colleges and local housing associations.
Area Partnerships are made up of elected members, community residents, the Third Sector, Scottish Police Service, Scottish Fire and Rescue and NHS GCC Community Health Partnership.
Read more about the remit and membership of the Area and Sector Partnerships and the Senior Officers Groups: Local remit and membership (pdf 102Kb).
The Strategic Board, Safe Glasgow Group and Sector Partnerships all meet at least four times a year, and the Executive Group and the Area Partnerships meet at least six times a year.
Strategic Board meeting dates can be found on the Glasgow CPP website. Meeting papers and minutes can also be found here once meetings have taken place.
Papers and meetings dates for Sector and Area Partnerships can be found on the Glasgow City Council website.
One Glasgow and the Single Outcome Agreement are functions of the CPP. The CPP also administers the Integrated Grants Fund for the city.
In March 2013, Audit Scotland carried out a review of Community Planning in Scotland. Learn more, including a press release and the full report, on Audit Scotland’s website.
Visit the Glasgow CPP website.