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Community Led Planning Chapter 1: What is CLP?
|Duration||10 Minutes 8 Seconds|
|Author||Community First Yorkshire|
|Description||The first in a series of short films produced by Rural Action Yorkshire (now Community First Yorkshire) which explain the Community Led Planning (CLP) process, a tried and tested approach that helps local people to explore the needs for their area, set priorities and plan actions. Community Led Planning has a number of important characteristics: - It is led, driven and resourced through grassroots action; - The people working on Community Plans are volunteers, usually a mix of parish councillors and other local people; - It involves extensive community participation and engagement using techniques such as questionnaires, meetings, discussions and events; - It results in a credible action plan based on in-depth consultation; - The action plan produced sets out how local problems and issues can be tackled. This will include actions which the community can undertake alone, and actions which they need to address in partnership with local authorities or other agencies.|