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Deprived Neighbourhoods URBACT LAB – Session 3: “ Action planning ” . Establishing the Baseline for Action. Moving from fixing goals and objectives to determining outputs and activities designed to achieve them

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Deprived neighbourhoods urbact lab session 3 action planning

Deprived NeighbourhoodsURBACT LAB – Session 3: “Action planning”


Establishing the baseline for action
Establishing the Baseline for Action

Moving from fixing goals and objectives to determining outputs and activities designed to achieve them

Creating the activities table (incorporating funding, timing and responsibility factors)

Local Support Group involvement in planning of activities

Identifying indicators to measure and enable achievement of successful outcomes


Where are we in a planning cycle model
Where are we in a Planning Cycle Model?

  • Review evidence base

  • Stakeholder Analysis

  • Problems Analysis

  • Goal to Activities

  • Logical Framework

  • Consultation on Draft Plan

  • Launch


Review of ULSG atworksession 2

Overviewof LAB session 3

  • Work session 2 - prioritisedobjectives: briefpresentationby 4 groups

  • Howshouldthesettingofobjectivesshapetheselectionofactivities?

  • Distinctionbetweensettingofobjectivesandlistingofactions

  • Reconfirmroleof LSG in decision-makingto fix outputsandactivities


Designing a programme of intervention
Designing a Programme of Intervention

Objectives – specific (cumulative) steps towards reaching strategic goal(s)

Outputs – needed to achieve objectives

Activities – LSG deliberation to set appropriate activities and exclude those (self interests) which do not contribute to achieving objectives

Drivers – responsible initiators & essential partners

Timescale – deadlines and planning of mutually reinforcing activities

Resources – budgets and funding sources





The hero experience
The complex need patternsHerO Experience


Designing complex need patterns an Action Plan

Participants‘ Experience

Team work (tablebytable, 5 minutes, shortstatements)

Who proposesactivities in yourcity?


Reducing risks how to measure success
Reducing risks – How to measure success complex need patterns

Testing the internal logic of an Action Plan: are actions relevant and effective?

Principle of ex ante appraisal, i.e. forecasting, backcasting

Logical Framework Analysis: will activities result in intended outputs, will outputs meet objectives?

Focus on Indicators and means of verification

Identifying inconsistencies


Logical framework analysis
Logical Framework Analysis complex need patterns



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