Glasgow City Council

Glasgow Community Planning Partnership

Community planning helps a range of agencies including local authorities, NHS, Police Scotland, the Scottish Fire & Rescue Service, and Scottish Enterprise to work together with communities to design and deliver services locally that make a difference and improve people's lives.

Glasgow Community Planning Partnership (GCPP) includes these key public bodies, along with our communities:

  • Scottish Government
  • Glasgow's Third Sector Forum
  • Glasgow Chamber of Commerce
  • Strathclyde Partnership for Transport
  • Department for Work & Pensions
  • Skills Development Scotland
  • Colleges
  • Housing Associations
  • Community and voluntary representatives across the city.

Our vision

Our vision is to make Glasgow a thriving, inclusive and resilient city; where all of our citizens can enjoy the best possible health and well-being and have the best opportunities to meet their potential.

To realise this vision and acknowledging challenging financial times, partners are currently focusing through our Single Outcome Agreement on youth employment, reducing problems associated with alcohol, and vulnerable people. These priorities are complimented by an emphasis on particular neighbourhoods across the city, known as our thriving places approach, to tackle inequality, poverty, and deprivation.

For more information on Glasgow Community Planning Partnership:

Website: Glasgow Community Planning Partnership

Twitter: @GlasgowCPP

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