Page 22

Kirknewton, West Lothian Action Plan – Theme Two THEME 2 - Community facilities and services Priority 1 Ensure adequate facilities for current activities in the village (2,3,4,6) Actions Audit the facilities in the village Identify common needs & booking structures Support & build the resource centre Review activities & make recommendations for new community centre Review & make recommendations for new health provision & sheltered housing

By when Jan 2012 Mar 2012 By Dec 2012 May 2014 May 2014

Priority 2 Identify and improve on a broad range of activities for the village (1,2,3) Actions By when Identify gaps in provision June 2012 Provide guidance for new groups Dec 2012 Support development of activities May 2013

By whom KCDT/CommAssoc/School/Church KCDT/CA/S/C KCDT KCDT KCDT

KPI Complete new resource centre by 2013

By whom KCDT/CA/S/C KCDT/CA/S/C KCDT/CA/S/C

KPI Increase the number of clubs and activities by 2014

Priority 3 Assist the development of park, green space & ‘sports centre without roof’ concept (1,2,4,6) Actions By when By whom Open new play park and review May 11 – Dec 11 PAG Investigate options, funding & design for play park, including bike/skate park, woodland development, park lighting and school sports facilities Spring 2012 PAG/School

KPI Complete Park redevelopment by 2014

Priority 4 Establish a social space, particularly for daytime (2) Actions Provide community consultation document to local businesses Begin dialogue with current businesses to improve & help support local social space, particularly for daytime

KPI Create a local daytime social space by 2013

By when Aug 2011 Mar 2012

By whom KCDT KCDT

22

Profile for Tony Foster

Kirknewton Community Development Plan 2012-2014  

To engage everyone who lives and works in Kirknewton and be an inclusive and vibrant community that invests in the future of the village.

Kirknewton Community Development Plan 2012-2014  

To engage everyone who lives and works in Kirknewton and be an inclusive and vibrant community that invests in the future of the village.

Advertisement