Third Sector and the Community Planning Partnerships

Third Sector and the Community Planning Partnerships
Scottish Government
16.04.09


A major programme of change started in March 2008 when the Scottish Government announced that it would no longer fund the networks of councils of voluntary service, the volunteer centres, the local social economy partnerships and the social enterprise networks in their current form from April 2011.


The main goal is to align the third sector with the community planning partnerships (CPPs) and the single outcome agreements.


Three letters have been issued by the Scottish Government, advancing the process of change:


18 March 2008
21 October 2008
2 February 2009


The letter of 2 February invited the third sector in each local authority area to offer a progress report, preferably agreed with the CPP. These reports are available as pdf documents here (please note some reports have not yet been received and will be added as we receive them):

Aberdeen City Part 1


Aberdeen City part 2


Aberdeenshire


Angus


Clackmannanshire


Dumfries and Galloway


Dundee City


East Ayrshire Part 1


East Ayrshire Part 2


East Dumbartonshire


East Lothian


East Renfrewshire


Edinburgh


Falkirk


Fife


Glasgow City


Highland


Inverclyde


Midlothian


North Ayrshire


North Lanarkshire


Orkney Islands


Perth & Kinross


Renfrewshire


Scottish Borders


Shetland


South Ayrshire


South Lanarkshire


Stirling


West Dumbartonshire Part 1


West Dumbartonshire Part 2


Western Isles


West Lothian Part 1


West Lothian Part 2