- The Going the Extra Mile (GEM) Project
- Affordable Rural Housing
- Community Buildings
- Community-Led Planning
- Emergency Planning
- Funding Advice
- GRCC Village of the Year
- Localism and Community Rights
- Neighbourhood Development Plans
- Older people - InTouch
- Organisation and Project Support
- Parish Plan Database
- Parent Champions
- Befriending Services
- Road Safety
- Village and Community Agents
- The Parent & Community Support Service (PCSS) project
- VCS Support - Cheltenham
Review and refresh
How do Communities Review and Refresh their Parish and Community-led plans?
Many Gloucestershire Communities completed their Parish and Community-led plan around five years ago and are now considering how to refresh the Plan.
What are the stages involved?
Reviewing the Plan
- Analyse actions from the previous Plan
- Record and celebrate achievements
Refreshing the Plan
The process can be much more straightforward than that involved in devising an initial Plan and can therefore be achieved in around one month.
- Sum up the changes in the community since the last Plan was completed.
- Consult with the community to find out if any actions should be carried forward or if any new actions should be introduced.
- Draw up a new action plan and liaise with potential partners.
- Consult with the community to help set priorities within the new action plan.
- Write an introduction to the action plan summarising methods used and findings (half a side of A4 will suffice).
GRCC Advisers can support your community through all stages of the Review and Refresh process. They can provide templates to speed up the process and tips on how to approach consultation, analyse the results and draw up the Plan.
Click here for contact details of our Advisers.