Glasgow Community Plan
The Glasgow Community Plan has been developed by partners in the city to articulate the focus and priority areas where joint action can make a real difference.
Glasgow Community Planning Partnership (GCPP) brings together public agencies, the third sector and the private sector, to work to improve the city its services and the lives of people who live and work here.
The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 requires the Partnership to publish a Local Outcomes Improvement Plan that sets out our shared priorities for the city, where we plan to make improvements and over time show that we have made these improvements. This document sets out these focus and priority areas. The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 also requires Glasgow Community Planning Partnership to publish an annual progress report setting out improvements made in relation to each outcome identified by the Partnership.
Glasgow Community Planning Partnership brings together, amongst others, elected members, Police Scotland, Fire and Rescue, Health & Social Care Partnership, Voluntary Sector Representation, Further & Higher Education, Community Councils (who represent local people) and in some cases representation from the private sector-city wide and local businesses.
Integrated Grant Fund
The Integrated Grant Fund (IGF) provides grant funding to organisations to deliver services and support to the citizens of Glasgow. Funding is allocated to meet the priorities of the council and of the Glasgow Community Planning Partnership (GCPP).The current priorities for the IGF
- Alcohol and Health & Wellbeing
- Youth Employment and Young People
- Vulnerable People and Families
- Safer Communities
- Fairer Communities
- Sustainable Communities
These priorities will work towards meeting the actions and outcomes identified by the Glasgow Plan.