Views are sought from those living in the Highlands on such subjects as poverty, transport, mental health and wellbeing.
The Highland Community Planning Partnership (CPP) represents the network of organisations that come together with the wider community to plan services across Highland.
The Partnership is in the process of developing Highland’s Local Outcome Improvement Plan. The Local Outcome Improvement Plan will focus on what the Partnership intends to focus on to address inequality and target prevention in order to improve outcomes for people over the next 10 years.
They want to hear from you about what you feel is important for your community to help shape what the plan will look like.
This survey will take you 15 – 25 minutes to complete and must be completed in one sitting. All responses can be provided anonymously.
Initial work done by the CPP to look at possible outcomes for the new plan has identified a number of themes. These are:
Mental health and wellbeing
Community involvement in decisions that affect their lives
Community Safety and Resilience
They would like your views on whether you think these areas should be the priorities for action for the community planning partnership or whether there are other areas you consider more important.
The survey can be taken here.