About Us

Community Planning is about local organisations working together and with local communities to improve services. This may be through joint working, agreeing joint policies or just making sure everyone knows what each other is doing.

The Community Planning Partners responsible for making sure Community Planning in East Dunbartonshire works are:

1.   East Dunbartonshire Council
2.   NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
3.   Police Scotland
4.   Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
5.   Scottish Enterprise

Other partners in East Dunbartonshire are:

6.   Department for Work and Pensions
7.   Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce
8.   East Dunbartonshire Community Council’s Liaison Committee
9.   East Dunbartonshire Leisure and Culture Trust
10. Federation of Small Businesses
11. HMP Low Moss
12. New College Lanarkshire
13. Registered Social Landlords (Housing Associations)
14. Skills Development Scotland
15. Strathclyde Partnership for Transport
16. Visit Scotland
17. Voluntary Sector Organisations, represented by East Dunbartonshire Voluntary Action (EDVA)

The Community Planning Partnership has considered a range of evidence about the circumstances, needs and aspirations of people across East Dunbartonshire.  It has identified six themes where it would like to make improvements. We would like local people to be involved in planning and decision making under these themes on an ongoing basis and this is one of the ways that you can register your interest. The themes are:

  • Economic Growth and Recovery
  • Employment, Skills and Training
  • Services for Children and Young People
  • Safer and Stronger Communities
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Vulnerable People and Carers

* Data Protection

This survey has been prepared by East Dunbartonshire Council on behalf of the wider Community Planning Partnership. The information you provide will be processed by East Dunbartonshire Council in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. Your data will be used for statistical purposes and will be used to improve the representativeness of the communities we are talking to. Your information may be shared within the sixteen partners in East Dunbartonshire which are listed above. Your information will be shared so that local services can contact  you to obtain your views and make more informed decisions about improvements together. This may include any of the listed partner organisations notifying you of community events and opportunities which may be of interest.

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