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WEST DUNBARTONSHIRE COMMUNITY PLANNING PARTNERSHIP

Programme Investment (by National Outcomes in SOA)

Explanatory Notes
1. This spreadsheet describes specific partner investment in Community Planning Partnership (CPP) programmes. It does not capture the totality of investment that each partner makes in each Single Outcome Agreement
(SOA) outcome

2. Programmes are selected for Fairer Scotland Funds (FSF) match funding because they are likely to benefit immediately, and for a time limited period, from this additional investment. It does not infer that these programmes
are given a higher priority than other initiatives and services that do not receive FSF or are not defined as a Community Planning programme. The relative amount of FSF invested in CPP programmes is also not an indicator
or its relative priority.

3. The spreadsheet makes assurances of minimum match funding for CPP programmes. Further details on investment and match funding can be provided if requested. Please contact Peter Barry Manager West
Dunbartonshire CPP or David Connell, Head of Finance & ICT, West Dunbartonshire Council.
FSF
Theme/ investment
Programme 01/12/09 to Total investment
National Outcome Local Outcome Partner Investment Total Project/Service Purpose 31/03/11 01/12/09 to 31/03/11
NO-01 We live in a Scotland 01.1 Attracted and supported the
that is the most attractive development of new and emerging
place for doing business in businesses and supported the
Europe. sustainability and growth of existing
NO-02 We realise our full businesses.
economic potential with 01.2 Reduced amount of vacant and
more and better derelict land.
employment opportunities 01.3 Regenerated town centres and Regenerate and Grow our Local Economy
for our people related waterfront areas.
01.4 Growth of the tourism economy
Employability WDC HEEDS 242,909 1,362,003 West Dunbartonshire To drive forward a collaborative 660,000
02.1 Reduced unemployment and Skills Development Scotland Employability approach to delivery of a local
benefit dependency 102,873 Programme employability service
Job Centre Plus 159,915
Scottish Enterprise 67,934
Sector WDC HEEDS
ESF/ERDF 184,000
788,372 1,716,615 WDC Tourism and To support the development of new 30,000
Development ESF/ERDF 813,530 Hospitality Action Plan businesses and improve the
Business Gateway 719,085 sustainability and growth of existing
businesses.
Titan Crane Supporting the employment of the 55,400
Total 3,078,618 Employment heritage guides Total 745,400 3,824,018
Programme

NO-03 We are better 03.1 Improved achievement and Education and Life Long Learning
educated, more skilled and attainment through life-long learning.
more successful, renowned 03.2 Increased positive destinations for
for our research and 16-19 year olds.
innovation. 04-1 Improved educational attainment
NO-04 Our young people levels by secondary school pupils.
are successful learners, 04-3 Improved schools.
confident individuals, 04-4 Improved educational attainment
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responsible citizens school pupils.
NO-05 Our children have 04-5 Improved confidence and active
the best start in life and are citizenship for children and young
ready to succeed people.
05-1 Improved Nursery provision.
FSF
Theme/ investment
Programme 01/12/09 to Total investment
National Outcome
NO-03 We are better Local Outcome
03.1 Improved achievement and Partner Investment Total Project/Service Purpose 31/03/11 01/12/09 to 31/03/11
educated, more skilled and attainment through life-long learning.
more successful, renowned 03.2 Increased positive destinations for More Choices, WDC Education 2,246,486 5,416,819 More Choices, More To reduce the number of young people 456,000
for our research and 16-19 year olds. More Chances WDC Skillseekers 600,000 Chances aged 16 - 19 moving into negative
innovation. 04-1 Improved educational attainment Clydebank College 360,000 destinations
NO-04 Our young people levels by secondary school pupils. Skills Development Scotland
are successful learners, 04-3 Improved schools. 553,333
confident individuals, 04-4 Improved educational attainment
effective contributors and levels by lowest performing secondary
Inspiring Scotland 800,000
responsible citizens school pupils. Scottish Govt 410,000
NO-05 Our children have 04-5 Improved confidence and active Scottish Funding Council
the best start in life and are citizenship for children and young 217,000
ready to succeed people. ESF/ERDF 230,000
05-1 Improved Nursery provision.
05-2 Improved early years attainment.
05-3 Parents supported to give their
child the best start in life
Support to WDC Education 623,455 2,301,755 WDC Support to Integrated Community Health 866,700
Children and WDC Social Work 93,300 Children and Families Partnership and WDC Education and
Families WDC Former CCSF 1,500,000 (Social Work, Social Work services to provide a
CHP 35,000 Education, CHP) range of support and interventions to
Other 50,000 vulnerable and at risk children
throughout West Dunbartonshire

Adult and WDC Education 148,800 148,800 WDC CL&D Open To provide vulnerable people with 12,000
Community Doors for Peer peer support to progress onto work,
Based Learning Connect volunteering or training.
WDC CL&D Inspire To provide capacity building support to 11,200
vulnerable individuals through the
purchase of steps to excellence packs
and related training.
NO-03 We are better 03.1 Improved achievement and Youth Services WDC Education 317,135 317,135 WDC National To provide a new free electronic smart 7,500
educated, more skilled and attainment through life-long learning. Entitlement Card card to children and young people to
more successful, renowned 03.2 Increased positive destinations for
for our research and 16-19 year olds. Scheme allow them to access all kinds of
innovation. 04-1 Improved educational attainment services using one piece of plastic
NO-04 Our young people levels by secondary school pupils.
are successful learners, 04-3 Improved schools.
confident individuals, 04-4 Improved educational attainment WDC Club Coach and Existing project to continue a sports 25,000
effective contributors and levels by lowest performing secondary
responsible citizens school pupils.
Volunteer Sports club coach and volunteer development
NO-05 Our children have 04-5 Improved confidence and active Development project.
the best start in life and are citizenship for children and young WDC Culture and Young people are enabled to 57,600
ready to succeed (cont.) people.
05-1 Improved Nursery provision.
SPARC participate in positive learning
05-2 Improved early years attainment. programmes recognising achievement
05-3 Parents supported to give their and offering progression routes.
child the best start in life

WDC Community Youth Action Groups. Support to 9 90,000
Learning and Youth Action Groups currently run by
Development Youth WDC, Y-Sort IT, Tullochan within the
Consultation and WD area coordinated by WDC CL&D.
Representation To target and increase the number of
young people to become involved in
the youth consultation and
representation structures including
pupil councils and eco schools training
programmes

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FSF
Theme/ investment
Programme 01/12/09 to Total investment
National Outcome Local Outcome Partner Investment Total Project/Service Purpose 31/03/11 01/12/09 to 31/03/11
Tullochan Trust - Summer Programme of diversionary 25,000
Summer Programme activity targeting young people to be
(Diversionary Activity) led by Tullochan Trust on behalf of the
Youth Strategy Group.
NO-03 We are better 03.1 Improved achievement and Youth Services WDC Community To support young people involved in 20,000
educated, more skilled and attainment through life-long learning. (cont.) Learning and the DoE programme within designated
more successful, renowned 03.2 Increased positive destinations for
for our research and 16-19 year olds. Development Duke of secondary schools developing links
innovation. 04-1 Improved educational attainment Edinburgh Awards between CL& D and the Tullochan
NO-04 Our young people levels by secondary school pupils. Trust
are successful learners, 04-3 Improved schools.
confident individuals, 04-4 Improved educational attainment Y- Sort It Youth Young People are better informed with 350,000
effective contributors and levels by lowest performing secondary Information Support an increased capacity to make
responsible citizens school pupils. and Advice personal choices and participate in
NO-05 Our children have 04-5 Improved confidence and active local and national decision making .
the best start in life and are citizenship for children and young
ready to succeed (cont.) people. Programmes will target the most
05-1 Improved Nursery provision. disengaged young people.
05-2 Improved early years attainment.
05-3 Parents supported to give their Integrated WDC Through positive intervention the most 62,000
child the best start in life Community Learning & disengaged young people are
Streetlinks Youth supported to identify negotiated
Outreach and progression routes. Development of
Detached Community and Youth Arts Provision

Total 8,184,509 Total 1,983,000 10,167,509

NO-06 We live longer and 06-1 Increased proportion of people Health and Wellbeing
healthier lives (65+) needing care or support who are
able to sustain an independent quality Improving CHP 124,000 124,000 Café Knowes Healthy To deliver a Get Cooking, Get 50,000
of life as part of the community. Nutrition Eating Project Shopping Project targeted at the 15%
06-2 Increased life-expectancy within most deprived areas in West
15% most deprived SIMD areas Dunbartonshire to improve cooking
skills, increase food literacy and
develop shopping skills

Tobacco WDC Social Work 30,000 275,965 No Fairer Scotland To reduce harm from tobacco 0
Control CHP 156,965 Fund Investment consumption in the lowest 15% SIMD
Fire & Rescue / WDC requested for this areas in West Dunbartonshire
Combined 89,000 programme

Increasing WDC Education 58,000 205,500 WDC Leisure Services To increase physical activity in West 75,000
Physical Activity CHP 147,500 Dunbartonshire and target usage from
deprived areas within the 4
Neighbourhood Fitness Centres in
secondary schools open for evening
public use and to encourage users to
also access the mainstream services.

WDC Sports To increase the physical activity levels 80,000
Development of children aged 0-12 through
increased support, training and
development opportunities for Early
Education and Childcare Centre staff,
parents, volunteers, childminders and
Community Groups

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FSF
Theme/ investment
Programme 01/12/09 to Total investment
National Outcome Local Outcome Partner Investment Total Project/Service Purpose 31/03/11 01/12/09 to 31/03/11
WDC Outdoor To deliver healthy outdoor 50,000
Education Walking and opportunities for the specific target
Wheeling groups. These activities will be
walking, biking and assisting
wheelchair walking and cycling.
All Health and CHP 40,000 40,000 West Dunbartonshire To carry out a postal survey of all 40,000
Well Being Community Health households in 15% SIMD areas in
Programmes Project West Dunbartonshire to establish a
baseline of health behaviours in the
most deprived areas.
Total 645,465 Total 295,000 940,465

NO-07 We have tackled the 07-1 Reduced Poverty Regenerate and Grow our Local Economy
significant inequalities in 07-2 Reduced Child Poverty
Scottish society 07-3 Increased employment and Financial WDC Social Work 1,978,300 2,025,300 WDC Money Advice To reduce financial inclusion through a 237,000
training opportunities for people with a Inclusion WDC HEEDS 47,000 and Welfare Rights - partnership approach to targeted
learning disability, mental health Tackling Poverty and interventions including schools and
problems, criminal record or addiction Income Inequalities outreach, maximising income for work
issues entrants, provision of welfare rights
07-4 Reduced Financial Exclusion West Dunbartonshire 22,000
advice, debt advice, income
07-5 Reduced Fuel Poverty Citizens Advice Bureau
maximisation to the community
- Outreach Service
including support for employability
Partnership
projects, tackling fuel poverty, tackling
West Dunbartonshire homelessness, enhancing 23,700
Citizens Advice Bureau employment advice services for
- Benefits Maximisation learning disabilities, mental health,
addictions and people with criminal
West Dunbartonshire records 23,500
Citizens Advice Bureau
- Estate Based Take-
up Campaign

West Dunbartonshire 81,600
Citizens Advice Bureau
Community Legal
Service
Independent Resource 36,200
Centre - Benefits
Maximisation

WDC Tackling Fuel 60,000
Poverty
WDC Welfare Rights to pilot the delivery of bespoke advice 19,500
and Money Advice St services based in a WD primary
Michael's Family school
Support Group
Total 2,025,300 Total 503,500 2,528,800

NO-07 We have tackled the 07-6 Homelessness ended Affordable and Sustainable Housing
significant inequalities in
Scottish society Homelessness WDC HEEDS 6,270,000 6,270,000 WDC Housing To end homelessness in West 65,000
Homelessness Dunbartonshire
Coordinator

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FSF
Theme/ investment
Programme 01/12/09 to Total investment
National Outcome Local Outcome Partner Investment Total Project/Service Purpose 31/03/11 01/12/09 to 31/03/11
Total 6,270,000 Total 65,000 6,335,000

NO-08 We have improved 08-1 Provided opportunities to enable Education and Life Long Learning
the life chances for young people at risk to have positive
children, young people and chances and make positive choices in Support to WDC Support to Integrated Community Health 164,000
families at risk their life Children and Children and Families Partnership and WDC Education and
08-2 Improved Child Protection Families (Social Work, Social Work services to provide a
Education, CHP) range of support and interventions to
vulnerable and at risk children
throughout West Dunbartonshire
(formerly the Social Inclusion element
of the Changing Childrens Services
programme)

Total 164,000 164,000

NO-09 We live our lives safe 09-1 Reduced crime and violent crime Building Strong and Safe Communities
from crime, disorder and in particular
danger 09-2 Reduced Domestic Home and WDC Social Work 26,664 580,660 Lomond and Clyde to provide adaptations to homes of 42,700
Abuse/Violence Against Women Road Safety WDC HEEDS 519,832 Care and Repair vulnerable and disabled people
09-3 Reduced anti social behaviour and CHP 26,664 Strathclyde Fire and to enhance schools based work 11,300
disorder Other 7,500 Rescue Cut It Out highlighting road safety issues
09-4 Improved home and road safety
Community Safety to deliver road safety training and info 15,000
Partnership Transport to young people
Safety
Reducing Anti WDC HEEDS 2,746,250 2,754,250 WDC The Pulse to provide free diversionary activity for 86,600
Social Other 8,000 12-18 year olds.
Behaviour and Strathclyde Fire and to deliver FireReach courses to young 56,800
Violence Rescue Fire Reach people
WDC Community to reduce the fear of crime 25,000
Safety Partnership
Public Reassurance
Initiative
WDC Community for five redeployable CCTV cameras 100,000
Safety Partnership
Redeployable CCTV
WDC Social Work 384,704 1,573,704 WDC Violence Against to provide a counselling and advice 64,000
Scottish Govt 1,189,000 Women (Childrens service in the WD schools
Project)
WDC Violence Against to raise awareness of domestic 97,100
Women Reduce Abuse violence and gender based violence
among young people and those
working with young people particularly
in WD schools
Drug and WDC Social Work 3,073,733 4,799,733 WDC Addictions to reduce alcohol consumption, 280,000
Alcohol Misuse WDC HEEDS 18,000 Services (includes support families and communities,
CHP 1,358,667 delivery by Alternatives improve public attitudes and promote
Other 150,333 and DACA) positive changes, improve treatment
Big Lottery 106,000 and support, prevent drug use,
Lloyds TSB 93,000 promote recovery, reduce drug supply
and support children affected by drugs
misuse.

Total 9,708,347 Total 778,500 10,486,847

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FSF
Theme/ investment
Programme 01/12/09 to Total investment
National Outcome Local Outcome Partner Investment Total Project/Service Purpose 31/03/11 01/12/09 to 31/03/11

NO-10 We live in well- 10.1 Regeneration in a properly Affordable and Sustainable Housing
designed sustainable planned, coordinated and sustainable
places where we are able to manner Neighbourhood WDC HEEDS 2,175,000 2,175,000 WDC To strengthen Community 100,000
access the amenities and 10-2 Improved mix, quantity, location Services Engagement
services we need and affordability of housing in West Regeneration, Scottish Housing Quality 147,649,000 Develop Regeneration and Investment 0
NO-11 We have strong, Dunbartonshire
resilient and supportive 10-3 Improved the quality of council and Investment and Standards (SHQS) 51,639,000 and Affordable Housing
communities where people RSL housing Affordable SHIP (AHIP Programme)
take responsibility for their 11-1 Improved resident's perceptions of Housing 76,010,000
own action and how they their neighbourhood Private Sector Development
affect others 11-2 Increased community volunteering 20,000,000
and involvement

Total 149,824,000 Total 100,000 149,924,000

All Themes
NO-11 We have strong, 11-1 Improved resident's perceptions of All WDC Community Community engagement service to be 205,000
resilient and supportive their neighbourhood Engagement Tender tendered through the Official Journal
communities where people 11-2 Increased community volunteering
take responsibility for their and involvement of the European Union
own action and how they
affect others

Total 205,000 205,000

NO-12 We value and enjoy 12-1 Improved quality and access to Sustainable and Attractive Environments
our built and natural greenspace
environment and protect it 12-2 Improved the state of West Open Space WDC HEEDS 7,500 479,506 West Dunbartonshire To regenerate the physical 300,000
and enhance it for future Dunbartonshire's environment Connectivity Greenlight 22,006 Environment Trust environment and improved quality and
generations Scottish Govt 450,000 access to green spaces in our most
disadvantaged communities

Total 479,506 Total 300,000 779,506

NO-14 We reduce the local 14-1 Reduced overall ecological Sustainable and Attractive Environments
and global environmental footprint
impact of our consumption 14-2 Raised awareness of Waste WDC HEEDS 80,000 487,053 Greenlight Environmental
To increase the tonnage of glass 117,600
and production environmental issues Management Greenlight 36,788 recycling in West Dunbartonshire
14-3 Waste Managed in a more and Recycling SEC 132,165
sustainable way Future Jobs Fund 65,000 WDC reduction in To reduce the number of waste related 148,900
14-4 Increased proportion of journeys Wider Role 109,100 waste related fires fires in West Dunbartonshire
by public or active transport
Other £64,000

Built WDC HEEDS 57,100 137,100 To reduce carbon emissions, reduce
Environment Scottish Govt 80,000 fuel poverty and improve energy
and Energy efficiency.
Consumption
Total 624,153 Total 266,500 890,653

All Themes

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FSF
Theme/ investment
Programme 01/12/09 to Total investment
National Outcome Local Outcome Partner Investment Total Project/Service Purpose 31/03/11 01/12/09 to 31/03/11
NO-15 Provide high quality Direct Partnership Costs 365,570
continuously improving, Lead Partner 442,750
efficient and responsive
services Allocation
Contingency 150,000
Unallocated
571,403

Overall Total 180,839,898 Overall Total 6,935,263 187,775,161

Please Note: Outcome Number 10 - Investment by SHQS and SHIP will extend beyond the lifetime of the current Single Outcome Agreement. SHQS up to 2015
and SHIP up to 2013/14

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