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MEETING HOUSING NEEDS – 1ST REVIEW

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Portlethen – large housing development

We will raise awareness of the need and options for appropriate and affordable housing.  We will aim to reduce levels of homelessness through early intervention, education and the development of supportive social networks.  Read the rest of this entry »

SUPPORTING LOCAL ECONOMIES – 1ST REVIEW

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Stonehaven Town Centre

We want Kincardine & Mearns to be recognised as a supportive business environment and an area where residents, businesses and social enterprises are encouraged and assisted to make their communities self-sufficient, providing opportunities for all.  Read the rest of this entry »

Including Everyone in Our Communities – 1st Review

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We want all local residents to feel included and able to participate equally in vibrant and resilient communities. We will support organisations and projects to be inclusive to a wide range of people in their work.  Read the rest of this entry »

Supporting Healthy Lifestyles – 1st Review

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Cycling

By working together, we aim to ensure that people can readily access the most appropriate care and support options for their particular needs. Focusing on areas and groups identified as having the greatest levels of need, we will work to support local residents to maintain healthier lifestyles. Read the rest of this entry »

Welfare Reform – 1st Review

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We will make sure local partners and residents feel informed and prepared for Welfare Reform. We will work to identify impacts on residents and seek sustainable solutions where appropriate. Read the rest of this entry »

Ageing Well – 1st Review

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ID-10041097We will work together to ensure that older people, including those with long term conditions such as dementia, and their carers can lead healthy, active lives, contributing to and being supported in their communities. Where this is not possible, residential care options will enable older people to continue with appropriate leisure activities and maintain contact with their local community.  Read the rest of this entry »

Engaged Communities Supporting Themselves – 1st Review

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TraM Volunteers - Fettercairn Allotments
TraM Volunteers – Fettercairn Allotments

We will support local residents to be actively involved in developing vibrant, resilient increasingly empowered communities which support the needs of all their members.  Read the rest of this entry »