Calling for Nominations to Co-Chair the new Engagement Platform for Causeway Coast and Glens Community and Voluntary Sector
Are you a member of a local community or voluntary group?
Causeway Coast and Glens Community Planning Strategic Partnership is calling on individuals active within the community and voluntary sector to co-chair the new Community Engagement Platform.
The Platform aims to provide an opportunity to build relationships and connect more voices to local public services and decision making bodies. This will help highlight the collective interests of the local community and voluntary sector while acting as a borough wide platform for consultation and engagement. The Platform will also provide an opportunity for community representation on Causeway Coast and Glens Community Planning Partnership through two Co-chairs selected by Platform participants.
Initial meetings of the Community Engagement Platform involving the local community and voluntary sector have explored the rationale for the platform, the benefits for those involved with discussion and agreement for the way forward.
The Values and Terms of Reference for the Platform have been agreed through discussion and consensus with participants and are available in the links below:
Nomination for the role of a Co-chair is now open to any interested individual active in the local community and voluntary sector of Causeway Coast and Glens.
Please find links below to:
Nominations can also be returned by e-mailing email@example.com or delivery to Community Planning Team, Room 72, Riada House, 14 Charles Street, Ballymoney, BT53 6DZ
The Closing Date for receipt of nominations is Wednesday 13th February 2019.
If you have any queries please do get in touch.
Karina McCollum, Community Planning Team, firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 028 276 60209
Louise Scullion, Community Development Team, email@example.com or Tel: 028 703 47042
[Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council]
A COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PLATFORM FOR CAUSEWAY COAST AND GLENS
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend and participate in the Introductory Meeting of the Causeway Coast and Glens Community Engagement Platform held on Wednesday 24th October 2018.
The PLATFORM will provide community representation on Causeway Coast and Glens Community Planning Strategic Partnership. It not only aims to help to build relationships and connect more voices to local public service providers and decision makers but also act as a borough wide PLATFORM for consultation and engagement with the community and voluntary sector. We had a well-attended and enthusiastic first session with representation from a wide range of community & voluntary groups from across the whole Borough. In general discussion focused on the benefits of such a Platform, what it could achieve and how best to make it work. The next session when we intend to explore terms of reference for the group will take place:-
WHEN: Tuesday 27th November 2018 at 7.00pm lasting until 9.00pm
WHERE: Coleraine West Community Centre, 40 The Rope Walk, Coleraine, BT51 3EZ
Are you a member of a local community and voluntary group? Are you involved in community development, networking, sports, social enterprise, arts, environment, health or social inclusion? Do you want to help build relationships across the community & voluntary sector of Causeway Coast and Glens and connect more voices to local public service providers and decision making bodies? There is still an opportunity to get involved.
Please sign up to attend by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact The Community Planning Team Telephone Number: 028 2766 0202 / 0209
A Better Future Together - Causeway Coast and Glens Community Plan
Draft Delivery Plan
Causeway Coast and Glens Draft Delivery Plan focuses on achieving real outcomes for all who live, work and visit Causeway Coast and Glens and sets out a framework based on collaboration and partnership working around which to achieve them. It is based on the Causeway Coast and Glens Community Plan which used an outcomes based approach in consultation with our community to form a Strategy for a Better Future Together.
We sincerely thank all those who continue to contribute to and attend our public engagement events on our Community Plan. We particularly wish to thank all those who participated in the work of the Design Delivery Groups to develop a wide-ranging compilation of actions for inclusion in the Causeway Coast and Glens Delivery Plan.
Please take time to read our Draft Delivery Plan and feel free to contact our Community Planning Team with any comments not later than Friday 25th May 2018.
Draft Community Plan for Causeway Coast and Glens
Public Consultation Events
Community Planning is the means by which people and communities can be placed at the centre of public service delivery and policy making. Before we finalise and publish the Community Plan, we wish to undertake a short consultation exercise giving everyone an opportunity to share their views on the proposed outcomes for our area. Is it clear what issues the Community Plan will actually try to address? Have we selected the correct indicators to monitor the impact of the Community Plan? Come along to meet the Community Planning Strategic Partners for Causeway Coast and Glens and Have Your Say - All Welcome.
Thursday 23rd February 2017
The Conference Suite, Lodge Hotel, Coleraine
Afternoon Session commences 2.00pm ending approximately 4.30pm
Evening Session commences 6.30pm ending approximately 9.00pm
Please register your interest in attending one of these sessions by contacting the Community Planning Team by email at email@example.com
or by telephone on 028 2766 0202. If you require special assistance at the meeting please do not hesitate to let us know prior to the event.
Please follow the quick and easy online link to the Community Planning Involvement Form and our team will keep all those interested up-to-date with any of the future developments.
Quick Link to Form – https://goo.gl/Xqu2G9
Details of the Partnership Membership can also be viewed by selecting the ‘Partnership’ icon.
Next Steps - Thematic Working Groups
The legislation and guidance on community planning refers to the three pillars of community planning as being the improvement of Social, Economic and Environmental wellbeing.
The next stage in this process will be the formation of three Thematic Working Groups (TWGs) to support the development of the Community Plan under each of the three pillars mentioned above.
Please register your interest if you would like to be get involved in one of the Working Groups by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or by selecting the following quick link https://goo.gl/Xqu2G9
Our Community Planning Team who will be happy to assist you, by email: email@example.com or by telephone: 028 2766 0202 / 09