Our three-year review of the Plan for Fife combined with the experience of pandemic has shown that, if we are to achieve these ambitions, we will have to change how we work.
The Plan has a strong focus on addressing inequalities and four key themes will now direct the work of the Fife Partnership
Opportunities for All is about ensuring that no-one is left behind. We aim to ensure that everyone can access opportunities in education, training, jobs and wider society, and have equal access to the support and advice they might need to support a fulfilling and decent life.
Thriving Places are safe, well designed and maintained places that promote wellbeing, where people are proud to be, and where they have access to the services and facilities they need at different stages of their lives.
Inclusive Growth and Jobs in the local economy should benefit everyone, and shouldn’t pass people and places by. We will therefore focus on improving investment, growth and participation by businesses, people and communities, particularly in the Mid-Fife area. We aim to support businesses to grow and to make sure that communities benefit from new business investment.
Community Led Services means putting communities and service users at the heart of how we design services, and building on the strengths and assets we have in our workforce and in our communities in order to deliver valued services.