Belfast Agenda - Belfast’s first community plan
Following an extensive period of engagement and consultation, we published our city’s first community plan in November 2017 – the Belfast Agenda.
The Belfast Agenda was created by a partnership of key city partners, residents and community organisations. It sets out our joint vision and long-term ambitions for Belfast’s future, as well as outlining our priorities for action over the next four years.
Community planning is a responsibility we took on in 2015 as a result of local government reform. It’s about making sure that public services work together with communities to deliver real improvements for local people.
Statement of Progress 2017 - 2019
A two year review of targets identified in the Belfast Agenda was published by Belfast Community Planning Partnership in November 2019. The Statement of Progress
report includes information and statistics on key areas including economic development, making life better for residents, competitiveness, sustainability, education and skills development.
Voluntary, community and social enterprise sectors – get involved in community planning
To help shape delivery of The Belfast Agenda, the Community Planning Partnership is establishing two new bodies – a voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector advisory panel and a wider VCSE sector network.
If you would like a more information about the Belfast Agenda or community planning please contact:
The Community Planning Team
Belfast City Hall, Room 212
Call 028 9032 0202 ext 3320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org