West Lothian Community Planning Partnership

West Lothian Community Planning Partnership was set up to identify, assess and prioritise what is important for West Lothian's communities, and enable the setting of achievable and demonstrable outcomes for the Local Outcomes Improvement Plan.

West Lothian Community Planning Partnership was established in 1999 and now includes 21 partner organisations
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West Lothian's Local Outcomes Improvement Plan
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Involving local people in decisions.
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Community Planning in practice
West Lothian Citizens Panel was established in 1999 and is supported by the Community Planning Partnership. The panel was set up to help identify people's views on various aspects relating to living in West Lothian.
The Community Empowerment Bill received Royal Assent and became an Act on 24 July 2015. There are different parts to the Act, which will all come in to force at different times. The Act will help to empower community groups through the ownership of land and buildings and by strengthening their voices in the decisions that matter to them. This summary gives information about the different parts of the Act.
Since 1st April 2017, West Lothian Community Planning Partnership (CPP) has been responsible for developing Community Justice in West Lothian.