Council strategies and plans
This is a key strategic agreement between the Council, the Edinburgh Partnership (the Community Planning partnership for the City) and the Scottish Government.
The Council has developed a wide range of integrated plans to deliver organisational objectives and positive outcomes for Edinburgh's citizens. To bring this together into one clear document, the Council has developed a Strategic Plan 2012-17 which provides a corporate framework for the delivery of services.
Each Neighbourhood Partnership is responsible for preparing a Local Community Plan which aims to improve the quality of life for people living in local communities, by developing programmes of activities and initiatives to deliver better services.
This strategy tells you how the Council will plan (or 'commission') for care and support services in a fair way that everyone can understand.
This plan tells you how the Council will make sure that adults get a good choice of social care services.
This plan tells you how the Council will make sure that people get the advice, support and housing that they need so they don't become homeless, or are able to quickly stop being homeless.
This plan tells you how the Council will make sure that children and families get the social care services they need
The Council also has a wide range of other thematic plans and strategies, and joint plans with partner organisations.
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Find information on the Edinburgh Partnership - the community planning partnership for the City.
Find information on Edinburgh's twelve Neighbourhood Partnerships
Find out about Single Outcome Agreements