A Better Future Together with Causeway Coast and Glens Community Plan
Mon, June 25, 2018
The first Community Planning Delivery Plan for the Causeway Coast and Glens has been launched.
It represents extensive partnership working across the whole range of public services available to the area including health, education, public safety, housing, our communities, the environment and the economy. It is based on the Causeway Coast and Glens Community Plan which provides a long term vision and plan for the Causeway Coast and Glens area and all its citizens, setting out aspirations for a Healthy and Safe Community, a Sustainable and Accessible Environment and a Thriving Economy.
The outgoing Chair of the Community Planning Strategic Partnership, Alderman William King said: “The focus of the 44 actions outlined in the Delivery Plan is on achieving real outcomes for all who live, work and visit Causeway Coast and Glens. Participating in this process has been very rewarding, particularly through opportunities to work together with all our Community Planning partners representing a wide range of public services.”
Welcoming the Delivery Plan, the new Chair of the Community Planning Strategic Partnership, Councillor Dermot Nicholl said: “We are confident that actions for delivery will address many of the main issues faced on a regular basis by individuals and communities across the area. It is our priority now to proceed with delivering these actions identified in the plan, and help realise our ambitions for a ‘Better Future Together’ in Causeway Coast and Glens.”
Please take time to read the Causeway Coast and Glens Community Planning Delivery Plan and feel free to contact our Community Planning Team for further details. An Easy Read version of the Delivery Plan produced by members of the Compass Advocacy Network Plus, Easy Read Committee, is also available on Council’s website.
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Members of Causeway Coast and Glens Community Planning Strategic Partnership pictured with the group’s new Chair Councillor Dermot Nicholl (front, centre).