Renfrewshire 2023

what do you want for your community by 2023?

This website supports Renfrewshire’s community plan which is all about planning and achieving what we want for our communities by 2023. It’s about making sure that the services provided by the council, the police, the health service and other public organisations meet the needs of Renfrewshire’s communities, residents and businesses.

 

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Children & young people

Making sure our children and young
people have the best start in life, are
confident, healthy, and free from
disadvantage.

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Jobs & the economy

Building a diverse, enterprising
and thriving economy where new
jobs and businesses are supported
by a skilled, adaptable workforce.

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Community care, health
& wellbeing

Making sure people throughout
Renfrewshire enjoy longer,
healthier lives.

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A safer, stronger Renfrewshire

Renfrewshire will be known as
a tolerant place where residents
& visitors are safe.

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A greener Renfrewshire

Renfrewshire will be clean and
attractive – a healthy and pleasant
environment for living, working and
doing business.

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Empowering communities

Communities throughout Renfrewshire
will be enterprising, resilient and
inclusive. Citizens will participate
in local decision making.

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Our Renfrewshire 2023 plan has six themes:

The themes are the focus for the work of all the public services in Renfrewshire from now to 2023.

pdf-whiteYou can download a copy of Renfrewshire’s community plan here

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My Area

What's going on in your community?

What's On

Community events and activities across Renfrewshire

Volunteering

Make a difference in your community

Projects

Community projects across Renfrewshire

Magic Number

1297That’s the number of home fire safety checks ….. last year!

Recent News

LEAP Car Club

LEAP Car Club has secured support from CarPlus for a new hybrid car

West End Community Celebrates the Difference Stalled Spaces Funding Has Made

An event was held in September celebrating the progress of the work carried out by the Paisley West and Central Community Council and ROAR in respect of projects delivered through funding from the Stalled Spaces: Scotland Renfrewshire programme.

Stalled Spaces Scotland

Architecture and Design Scotland have confirmed that further funding is now available for small projects in local spaces of unused or underused land. If you wish to discuss an application, or have any questions regarding the Stalled Spaces Scotland funding, please contact Iain Cunningham at Engage Renfrewshire on 0141 887 7707 or email icunningham@engagerenfrewshire.com.

Postcode Lottery – Postcode Local Trust Funding

The Postcode Local Trust offers grants to help communities in England, Scotland and Wales enhance their natural environment in a way that benefits the wider community. 

The Trust has two funding rounds per year. Applications are now being accepted for the second round with a deadline of 30 September.