Making Places Initiative: Closing Date for Design Grant application: 13th October
The Scottish Government has launched 2017-18 Making Places initiative. This initiative has grown from the Charrette Mainstreaming programme and represents a broadening of SG support for community participation in the design of their local places. Grant funding remains available to support delivery of charrettes but is no longer confined to charrettes only. Proposals for other participative design events are equally welcome. In addition to the grant funding for community led design events, Making Places will also offer support in the form of advice and guidance from Architecture & Design Scotland and relevant partner bodies, to communities who wish to improve their understanding of place and build their skills and confidence. Full details on Making Places can be found here Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0131 244 7
Your views on our website (This is the A&B website): No closing date given
Message from Argyll and Bute: We’d love you to help make our website better – let us know what you think.
Click in the link above and answer a few questions. This is not really a consultation, more an Opinion Survey
Procurement and Commissioning Strategy: Closes 29th September 2017
Argyll and Bute want to make sure we get best value for local residents. They are putting a strategy in place to achieve this through our procurement processes. You are encourage to read their plans and submit your views.
Amendments to the Council’s Scheme for the Establishment of Community Councils: Closing date 19th Oct 2017
The first phase of the consultation process will be held over an 8 week period (from 24 August). A final period of consultation will be held prior to adoption of any amendments. The Notice of Review and associated documents can be viewed via our review page which will be updated after the closing date to reflect the feedback received during the first phase of consultation.
Role of the Scottish Health Council: Closes 20th October 2017.
Healthcare Improvement Scotland is leading this consultation. There are public events during September and an online questionnaire -
Community Learning and Development Plan: 31 Mar 2016 to 31 Dec 2017
The Community Learning and Development (CLD) Plan was created by the Argyll and Bute CLD Strategic Partnership in response to the CLD Strategic Guidance and legislation from the Scottish Government.
The plan allows members of the public to find out about the CLD work going on in communities around Argyll and Bute. The plan has a simple email feedback facility that can be used to contact the partnership.
For more information go to www.cldplanning.com and let us know what you think.
Your View Counts: 31st December 2017
Police Scotland wants your opinions on policing which will help shape how it operates in future. Please take part in this five-minute survey.