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Community Planning

Community Planning is about organisations working together with communities to improve the quality of people’s lives through more effective, joined-up and appropriate delivery of services.

SPT is a committed Community Planning Partner and we work in partnership to deliver local and national outcomes and to ensure we make a positive contribution to the Single Outcome Agreement in each of our constituent council areas.

Each year we produce a Transport Outcome Report (TOR), which shows how our activities contribute to Single Outcome Agreements and provide a summary of what we are doing in each council area.

Community Planning Partnerships regularly seek to identify the views of local residents to identify local priorities and inform the development of the community plan and other plans and strategies.

Who is involved in Community Planning?

Local authorities have the overall responsibility on Community Planning and help partner agencies to work together.

There are five statutory partners:

  • NHS Boards
  • Strathclyde Police
  • Strathclyde Fire and Rescue
  • Scottish Enterpise
  • Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT)

Other (non statutory) partners can include:

  • Scottish Water
  • Local Community Voluntary Organisations
  • Scottish Natural Heritage
  • Local Community Groups (or umbrella organisations)
Transport Outcome Reports

SPT prepares Transport Outcomes Reports (TORs) annually for each council area across the Partnership demonstrating our commitment as a Community Planning Partner, showing how our activities contribute to the Single Outcome Agreements and as a means of demonstrating and documenting our key services and priorities for each council area.The TORs provides a summary of SPT services, projects and key areas for partnership working undertaken over 2015/16 and to be taken forward in 2016/17.

SPT has a number of planning and operational responsibilities with a real focus on delivering benefits for the travelling public in the west of Scotland. These include:

  • services that we directly operate and/or manage such as subsidised and demand responsive bus services, Subway, bus stations and project delivery;
  • services undertaken on an agency/administrative arrangement such as school transport contracts, Strathclyde Concessionary Travel Scheme and Zonecard forum; and
  • wider activities such as our statutory regional transport planning function, community transport, travel planning and responding to consultations.
Document Name Format Date
Argyll and Bute
Download the Transport Outcome Report for Argyll & Bute
PDF (1.23 MB) 23/08/16
East Ayrshire
Download the Transport Outcome Report for East Ayrshire
PDF (1.29 MB) 23/08/16
East Dunbartonshire
Download the Transport Outcome Report for East Dunbartonshire
PDF (1.25 MB) 23/08/16
East Renfrewshire
Download the Transport Outcome Report for East Renfrewshire
PDF (1.41 MB) 23/08/16
Glasgow
Download the Transport Outcome Report for Glasgow
PDF (1.55 MB) 23/08/16
Inverclyde
Download the Transport Outcome Report for Inverclyde
PDF (1.31 MB) 23/08/16
North Ayrshire
Download the Transport Outcome Report for North Ayrshire
PDF (1.09 MB) 23/08/16
North Lanarkshire
Download the Transport Outcome Report for North Lanarkshire
PDF (1.25 MB) 23/08/16
Renfrewshire
Download the Transport Outcome Report for Renfrewshire
PDF (1.29 MB) 23/08/16
South Ayrshire
Download the Transport Outcome Report for South Ayrshire
PDF (1.23 MB) 23/08/16
South Lanarkshire
Download the Transport Outcome Report for South Lanarkshire
PDF (1.38 MB) 23/08/16
West Dunbartonshire
Download the Transport Outcome Report for West Dunbartonshire
PDF (1.25 MB) 23/08/16