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Community Planning in Omagh A Pilot Process. Alison McCullagh Head of Development Omagh District Council. Presentation Overview. Context Process Next Steps Experience/Learning to Date. Context. Positive ethos of Partnership Working LSP, CSP, DPP, Taskforce, OBF

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community planning in omagh a pilot process

Community Planning in OmaghA Pilot Process

Alison McCullagh

Head of Development

Omagh District Council

15 February 2007

presentation overview
Presentation Overview
  • Context
  • Process
  • Next Steps
  • Experience/Learning to Date

15 February 2007

context
Context
  • Positive ethos of Partnership Working
    • LSP, CSP, DPP, Taskforce, OBF
  • Experience of ILS development
  • Commitment in Corporate Plan
  • Opportunities afforded by RPA

15 February 2007

objective
Objective
  • To produce a pilot community plan for Omagh District Council, within the confines of its existing boundaries, working with other statutory, private and voluntary/community sector providers in the area.

15 February 2007

process
Process
  • Appointment of University of Ulster and SER Solutions
  • Commenced May/June 2006
    • Vol-Comm Sector via Community Support Plan
  • 3 Plenary Sessions – from September 2006
    • ODC Members and Officers
    • Statutory Partners
    • Vol/Comm and Private Sectors
  • Follow-Up Bi Lateral Discussions

15 February 2007

key themes
Key Themes
  • Economy
  • Community Safety – Shared Future
  • Health and Well Being
  • Infrastructure
  • Education and Lifelong Learning
  • Environment

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process ii
Process (II)
  • Mapped the priorities with lead partner
  • Identified specific targets
  • Indicative resource implications
  • Further Consultation
  • Adoption of Plan – January 2007
  • Creation of Community Planning P/ship
  • Share experience with DOE

15 February 2007

experience learning to date
Experience/Learning to Date
  • Positive Experience
  • Keen interest from all participants
    • Initial engagement
    • Continuing Role in the process
  • Utilising capacity/expertise
  • Reinforces work of other partnerships

15 February 2007

experience learning to date1
Experience/Learning to Date
  • But…
    • Misnomer of “community” planning
    • Issues re Vol/Comm sector sustainability
    • “Tension” re future role of CPP
    • Power of Sanction – how powerful?
    • Size of the future CPP
    • Long lead-in time required
    • Pilots/Pathfinders need to be small

15 February 2007