Inverclyde Outcomes Improvement Plan

The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 placed a legal duty on community planning partners to demonstrate that they are making a significant difference to the lives of their residents through the planning and delivery of local outcomes and the involvement of community bodies at all stages of community planning.

The Inverclyde Outcomes Improvement Plan 2017/22 sets out the outcomes that the community planning partners in Inverclyde, known as the Inverclyde Alliance, will seek to improve.  This in turn should improve the wellbeing and quality of life of the residents of Inverclyde, with a particular focus on reducing inequality and poverty.   

The Outcomes Improvement Plan does not cover everything that is being delivered in Inverclyde, but focusses on three key priority areas: Repopulation; Reducing Inequalities; and Environment, Culture and Heritage.

You can find the Inverclyde Alliance Outcomes Improvement Plan in the documents section on this page along with the most recent Annual Report .  You can also find the Inverclyde Alliance Covid-19 Partnership Recovery Plan 2021/22 in the documents section.   

The Strategic Needs Assessment (SNA) 2022 is available in the linked documents. This document helps inform the future priorities of Inverclyde's Outcome Improvement Plan by analysing the needs of the area. 

If you would like to compare data on the performance of Community Planning Partnerships across Scotland, you can find this in the 'Community Planning Outcomes Profile' in the 'Other Websites' section.