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Fairer Scotland Fund Projects - West Dunbartonshire Community

Planning Partnership
Proposed
Indicative
National FSF
Outcome Theme/Programme Project/Service Purpose investment
Regenerate and Grow
our Local Economy
To drive forward a collaborative
West Dunbartonshire approach to delivery of a local
NO-1 & 2 Employability Employability Programme employability service 660,000
To support the development of new
businesses and improve the
WDC Tourism and sustainability and growth of existing
NO-1 & 2 Sector Development Hospitality Action Plan businesses. 30,000

Titan Crane Employment To support the employment of


NO-1 & 2 Sector Development Programme heritage guides 55,400

Total 745,400

Education and Life Long


Learning
To reduce the number of young
More Choices, More people aged 16 - 19 moving into
NO-3, 4 & 5 More Choices, More Chances Chances negative destinations 456,000
Integrated Community Health
Partnership and WDC Education
and Social Work services to provide
an innovative range of support and
WDC Support to Children interventions to vulnerable and at
and Families (Social risk children throughout West
NO-3, 4 & 5 Support to Children and Families Work, Education, CHP) Dunbartonshire 866,700
To provide vulnerable people with
Adult and Community Based WDC CL&D Open Doors peer support to progress onto work,
NO-3, 4 & 5 Learning for Peer Connect volunteering or training. 12,000

To provide capacity building support


to vulnerable individuals through the
Adult and Community Based purchase of Steps to Excellence
NO-3, 4 & 5 Learning WDC CL&D Inspire packs and related training. 11,200
to provide a new free electronic
smart card to children and young
people to allow them to access all
WDC National Entitlement kinds of services using one piece of
NO-3, 4 & 5 Youth Services Card Scheme plastic 7,500
WDC Club Coach and Existing successful project that
Volunteer Sports develops sports club coaches and
NO-3, 4 & 5 Youth Services Development volunteers. 25,000
Youth Services
Programme
The Executive Group have
requested that the notional
amount of £ 604,400 is
remitted back to the theme
group to resubmit a much
more coherent revised
Youth programme;
eliminating any competitiv
e bids and duplication and
establishing better
collaboration . Potential To deliver a programme of youth
providers include Y-Sort It, services targeted on those most
WDC CL&D Youth disengaged young people, focused
Services, Tullochan Trust, on youth information,
SPARC Community Arts outreach/detached work.
Project, Streetlinks Diversionary acitivity, youth learning,
NO-3, 4 & 5 Youth Services (Community Links) consultation and representation. 604,400
Applications submitted for
scrutiny by the Executive
Group on 2/10/2009
Indicative total allocation
set aside for Health and
Wellbeing Theme
Health and Wellbeing £293,500 293,500
Fairer Scotland Fund Projects - West Dunbartonshire Community
Planning Partnership
Potential
projects/providers include
Café Knowes, WDC
Sports Development,
WDC Leisure Services,
WDC Outdoor Education, To improve the diet in the lowest
Community Health 15% SMID areas in West
NO-6 Improving Nutrition Partnership Dunbartonshire

To reduce harm from tobacco


consumption in the lowest 15%
NO-6 Tobacco Control SIMD areas in West Dunbartonshire
To increase physical acitivity in West
NO-6 Inreasing Physical Dunbartonshire
Total 293,500
Regenerate and Grow
our Local Economy
The Executive Group have
requested that the notional
amount of £ 484,200 is
remitted back to the theme
group to resubmit a much
more coherent revised
programme;
eliminating any competitiv To reduce financial inclusion through
e bids and duplication and targeted interventions including
establishing better schools, maximising income for work
collaboration. Potential entrants, tackling fuel poverty,
providers include, WDC tackling homelessness, enhancing
Citizens Advice Bureau, employment advice services for
WDC Money Advice, learning disabilities, mental health,
Independant Resource addictions and people with criminal
NO-7 Financial Inclusion Centre, RSLs. records 484,200
WDC Welfare Rights and
Money Advice St to pilot the delivery of bespoke
Michael's Family Support financial advice services based in a
NO-7 Financial Inclusion Group WD primary school 19,500
Total 503,700
Affordable and
Sustainable Housing
WDC Housing To contribute to work to end
Homelessness homelessness in West
NO-7 Homelessness Coordinator Dunbartonshire 65,000
Total 65,000
Education and Life Long
Learning
Integrated Community Health
Partnership and WDC Education
and Social Work services to provide
a range of support and interventions
to vulnerable and at risk children
throughout West Dunbartonshire
WDC Support to Children (formerly the Social Inclusion
and Families (Social element of the Changing Childrens
NO-8 Support to Children and Families Work, Education, CHP) Services programme) 164,000
Proposed
Indicative
Building Strong and FSF
Safe Communities Project/Service Purpose investment
Total 164,000

Lomond and Clyde Care to provide adaptations to homes of


NO-9 Home and Road Safety and Repair vulnerable and disabled people 42,700

Strathclyde Fire and to enhance schools based work


NO-9 Home and Road Safety Rescue Cut It Out highlighting road safety issues 11,300
Community Safety
Partnership Transport to deliver road safety training and
NO-9 Home and Road Safety Safety info to young people 15,000

Reducing Anti Social Behaviour to provide free diversionary acitivity


NO-9 and Violence WDC The Pulse for 12-18 year olds. 86,600
Fairer Scotland Fund Projects - West Dunbartonshire Community
Planning Partnership

Reducing Anti Social Behaviour Strathclyde Fire and to deliver FireReach courses to
NO-9 and Violence Rescue Fire Reach young people 56,800
WDC Community Safety
Reducing Anti Social Behaviour Partnership Public
NO-9 and Violence Reassurance Initiative to reduce the fear of crime 25,000
WDC Community Safety
Reducing Anti Social Behaviour Partnership Redeployable
NO-9 and Violence CCTV for five redeployable CCTV cameras 100,000
To develop a coordinated
community response to the wide
ranging support needs of children
WDC Violence Against and young people affected by
Reducing Violence Against Women (Childrens domestic abuse in West
NO-9 Women Project) Dunbartonshire 64,000
to raise awareness of domestic
violence and gender based violence
among young people and those
Reducing Violence Against WDC Violence Against working with young people
NO-9 Women Women Reduce Abuse particularly in WD schools 97,100
to reduce alcohol consumption,
support families and communities,
improve public attitudes and
promote positive changes, improve
treatment and support, prevent drug
WDC Addictions Services use, promote recovery, reduce drug
(includes delivery by supply and support children affected
NO-9 Drug and Alcohol Misuse Alternatives and DACA) by drugs misuse. 280,000

Total 778,500

Affordable and
Sustainable Housing
Innovative, high quality and wide
ranging community engagement
services for West Dunbartonshire
CPP, that require to be tendered
WDC Community through the Official Journal of the
NO-10 and 11 Neighbourhood Services Engagement Tender European Union 205,000

to strengthen community
involvement in the management of
NO-10 and 11 Neighbourhood Services WDC neighbourhood services 100,000
Total 305,000
Sustainable and
Attractive Environments
to regenerate the physical
environment and improved quality
West Dunbartonshire and access to green spaces in our
NO-12 Open Space Connectivity Environment Trust most disadvantaged communities 300,000

Total 300,000

Sustainable and
Attractive Environments
Waste Management and to increase the tonnage of glass
NO-14 Recycling Greenlight Environmental recycling in West Dunbartonshire 117,600

Waste Management and WDC reduction in waste to reduce the number of waste
NO-14 Recycling related fires related fires in West Dunbartonshire 148,900
Total 266,500