Three categories of documents are included on this page:
- Statutory documents i.e. required under Scottish or UK law.
- Partnership documents
- Other documents of interest
Every community planning partnership is required to publish a Local Outcomes Improvement Plan (LOIP). Orkney Community Plan incorporates Orkney's LOIP and is a three-year rolling plan which is refreshed, updated and reissued every year. It describes what we aim to achieve by working together in partnership.
- Locality Plan 2018-2021 - Non-linked Isles
Every community planning partnership in Scotland must produce one or more locality plans. A locality plan identifies local areas which are relatively disadvantaged in terms of social and economic opportunities and sets out what the partnership will do to improve outcomes in the area.
For this plan, priorities for action were identified by isles residents themselves through the Your Island Your Choice consultation exercise.
- Non-linked Isles Consultation Summary Report (2017)
- Locality Plan for the Non-linked Isles 2018-2021
- Locality Plan for the Non-linked Isles 2018-2021 Appendix 1 - Community development activities and information
- Locality Plan for the Non-linked Isles 2018-2021 Appendix 2 - A profile of the isles
This Strategy refers to the Equality Act 2010, with Scottish Specific Duties Regulations which came into force on 27 May 2012:
These regulations have been amended twice – in 2015 and again in 2016. You need to read all three sets of Regulations together.
- the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2015
- the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2016
A statutory, progressive five-year plan to provide strategic direction in relation to corporate parenting, setting the framework within which all Orkney Partnership agencies will work to improve the lives of our care-experienced children, young people and care leavers.
The resources, in cash and kind, that are used to deliver our priorities.
This version was published in September 2019 following a review.
The Plan relates to all three strategic priorities of the Partnership and complements a range of Partnership work.
Guide to planning and delivery of services, strategies and policies that reflect the needs of communities across Orkney.
How to promote the work of the Partnership to the public and within Partner organisations
Verifiction process for formal adoption by the Orkney Community Planning Partnership.
Recent documents of interest
This plan was replaced in October 2021 by the latest Community Plan, see above.
The Vibrant Economy Delivery Group (superseded in 2021) co-ordinated management of this plan, which was approved by the Board in March 2017.
To make better and more efficient use of their properties, Partners work together to take a more innovative and creative approach to their use, disposal and development.