Single Outcome Agreement East Ayrshire

12 Apr

For more information on local results for each of these topics, see SOA. The framework agreement on the 2011-2014 Framework Planning Partnership Agreement, developed as part of the four-year review, forms the basis of the Community plan and provides a strong framework for performance management that ensures an effective link with national results. The SOA was approved on 29 March 2011 by the Special Community Planning Partnership Board, partner agencies prior to that date, and submitted to the Scottish Government on 31 March 2011. As part of the partners` commitment to the ongoing review, it was agreed that the SOA, which will need to be updated for implementation from 1 April 2011, would be reviewed and developed as part of the four-year community plan review, which will continue in 2010/2011, to ensure alignment with identified and agreed strategic priorities and high-level local outcomes. Effective 1 April 2008, a Single Outcome Agreement (SOA) has been drawn up and approved between the various local authorities and the Scottish Government, which sets out how each region is working to improve the results of their local communities and reflects the local priorities agreed in the national performance framework. Partners include East Ayrshire Council (Economic Development and Education Council), Ayrshire Chamber of Commerce, Skills Development Scotland, Ayrshire College, East Ayrshire Volunteer Centre, East Ayrshire Woodlands, WEA Job Rotation and Jobcentre Plus. Due to the status of the Community Plan in East Ayrshire – “One Authority, One Plan” was developed from the outset a three-year Joint Community Outcome Agreement for Planning Partnership (SOA) for the period from 1 April 2008 to 31 March 2011. For more information on the community plan and the unit result agreement, please visit the Community Planning website. The NHS forum to discuss how, when and where services are provided in your area. Forum membership is made up of voluntary organizations and other interested parties.

They do not discuss isolated cases or complaints, but encourage greater participation in partnership in health care decision-making and planning. Many of them are published elsewhere on our website and a search for basic themes should help you find the policy you`re interested in. If you can`t find what you`re looking for, the policy, planning and performance department has a library with current policies, plans and strategies that are provided on demand. The services provided by the Council and our partner organizations are subject to a wide range of plans, policies and strategies. The partnership consists of senior officials from East Ayrshire Council, Ayrshire College, NHS Ayrshire and Arran, Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Coalfield Communities Federation, East Ayrshire North Communities Federation, Scottish Enterprise, Scottish Government, Skills Development Scotland, Strathclyde Partnership for Transport, Volunteer Centre East Ayrshire and CVO East Ayrshire.