Community Planning

Community Planning

Community planning brings together partner organisations from the public, private and community/voluntary sectors. Partners work together with local communities to deliver better public services which meet local needs and to improve the lives of local people.

Community planning is a new statutory duty which came into operation on 1 April 2015 as part of the full implementation of local government reform. As the lead partner, the Council is responsible for making arrangements for community planning in its area. You can find out more about the statutory duty here.

The “Fermanagh Omagh 2030″ Community Plan is the overarching plan for the Fermanagh and Omagh district, bringing together the knowledge, expertise and collective resources of a wide range of partners, all working towards a single agreed vision. Please click here to view an interactive online version of the Plan. The Community Planning Partnership  believes that services and quality of life for all in the district can be improved by getting the public, private and community/voluntary sectors working together better towards our agreed vision and 8 long-term outcomes.

The plan has been co-designed with input from all key stakeholders including the wider community. The co-design process took place over 2015 and 2016 and the plan itself was launched in March 2017.

The Fermanagh Omagh 2030 Community Plan can be downloaded here


Related Files
Final Action Plan Short Version PRINT[1]
3 MB | pdf | 27 Apr 2018
Final Action Plan April 2018[1]
6 MB | pdf | 27 Apr 2018
306 KB | pdf | 12 Apr 2018
Fermanagh and Omagh Community Plan 2030
6 MB | pdf | 28 Mar 2017
Community Planning Engagement Report 2015
428 KB | pdf | 28 Mar 2017
SEA – Environmental Report_Issued_031016
745 KB | pdf | 08 May 2017
Community Planning