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Highland Community Planning Partnership


Single Outcome Agreement

A plan of action to deliver better public services in the Highlands, in keeping with the priorities of the Scottish Government, has been launched. The Single Outcome Agreement (PDF) sets out how The Highland Council and its community planning partners will address the 15 national outcomes, detailing what can be expected locally.


Highland Community Planning Partnership has grown from a group formed in 1996 of five public organisations in order to express their commitment to improve the wellbeing of the people of the Highlands and to develop collaborative ways of working.

Legislation in 2003 required the setting up of Community Planning Partnerships across Scotland to take forward the process of community planning and Highland Wellbeing Alliance, with an expanded membership, took on that responsibility for Highland.

Highland Community Planning Partnership includes:

  • The Highland Council
  • Highlands and Islands Enterprise
  • NHS Highland
  • Scottish Natural Heritage
  • Northern Constabulary
  • Highlands and Islands Fire and Rescue Service
  • Scottish Council for Development and Industry
  • Representatives from the voluntary sector
© 2006 Highland Community Planning Partnership.
Project part-financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) within the INTERREG IIIB Northern Periphery Programme