Kinross Local Action Partnership event

What's good about Kinross? How could it improve?

The local action partnership is working with local people to build a better understanding of the strengths of the area and how it could be better for the people who live here.

The Kinross, Almond and Earn Action Partnership is made up of representatives from public services, the local community and councillors elected by the community. The people in the partnership work alongside the wider community to tackle inequalities. To be able to do this effectively, a good understanding of the real issues facing people locally is important. By talking to people, hearing more about their experiences, and working with them to identify solutions, the partnership aims to support work that will make a real difference to people in the area.

There will be opportunities for people to take part in discussing and thinking about this over the next few months in a variety of different ways - in local groups, the library and other locations. It is also possible to share experiences and ideas online by going to https://placestandard.scot/  and entering the Group ID: 7453-91 for Kinross. Group IDs for other places are available on request. 

There is also support for people to use the Place Standard tool to gather views and ideas in their own communities or groups. The tool provides a framework for conversations about the social and physical aspects of a place. There is a training workshop to introduce how this can be used on Thursday 26th October 2017, 10:00-12:00, in Loch Leven Community Campus. To book a place, or for more information, please contact Carol Goodey (cgoodey@pkc.gov.uk or 01738 475085) or Diane Cassidy (dcassidy@pkc.gov.uk or 01738 475396)