Participatory Budgeting - Perth & Kinross Decides!
What is Participatory Budgeting (PB)?
PB enables residents to decide how public money should be spent in their communities. The Scottish Government supports PB as a way of empowering communities, and is funding local projects to increase community participation and get services to put the needs of the community at the heart of their planning.
Participatory Budgeting 2018
Our five Action Partnerships and the Perth & Kinross Health and Social Care Partnership have opened a joint fund which community groups in Perth and Kinross can apply for to spend on community-led projects that tackle inequalities.
Projects should respond to local priorities in their area such as activities for young people, social isolation, employment and training, community transport, improving access to local services or tackle health and social care issues, poverty, age or disabilities.
Application forms and information posters for your area can be found to the right.
PB Events in Perth and Kinross 2018
|Locality||Application closing date||Date of event (more information to follow)|
|Strathearn & Strathallan||Monday 18th December 2017|
Crieff 3rd February
|Kinross-shire, Almond and Earn||Monday 12th 2018|
Kinross-shire Ward, Loch Leven Community Campus, 10th March
Almond and Earn Ward, Williamson Hall, Abernethy, 17th March
|Eastern Perthshire||Monday 29th January 2018|
Strathmore Ward, Coupar Angus Town Hall, 24th February
Carse of Gowrie Ward, The Madoch Centre, St Madoes Saturday 24th March, 10:30-3pm
Blairgowrie & The Glens Ward, Blairgowrie Town Hall 10th March
|Perth City||Monday 19th February 2018|
Dewars Centre, Saturday 24th March, 10.30am- 12:15pm
|Highland & Strathtay||Monday 5th February 2018|
Strathtay Ward, Bankfoot Church Centre, 10th March
Highland Perthshire Ward, They Tryst Centre, Pitlochry, 17th March
Perth and Kinross Decides 2017
Eight successful events, organised by the Action Partnerships, took place throughout Perth & Kinross in March-April 2017. Perth and Kinross Council and Scottish Government each contributed funding so that the Action Partnerships could support community projects which reduce local inequalities through PB. Listed in the Perth and Kinross Decides - Funding Awarded to Community Groups [283Kb] are all of the community groups who were successful in receiving funding at the events.