Social Develpment SPC 8th May 2018

Q1
Representative Name

dermot hayes

Q2
Committee Name

SPC on Social Development

Q3
Date of meeting:
  • Date / Time05/08/2018
Q4
Your college
  • Social Inclusion
Q5
Municipal District
  • Ennis
Q6
Were you asked to raise any issues on behalf of Clare PPN members at this meeting?

Rarely

Q7
Main topics discussed at the meeting:

Housing , sport, libraries.

Q8
List any decisions made at the meeting:

Opening a homeless one stop shop in late Autumn. Build a new Library.

Q9
Do you require any action to be taken by Clare PPN staff as a result of this meeting?

Yes call a meeting of all Social Housing bodies soon

Clare PPN strategic plan 2018- 2021

 

Clare PPN Strategic Plan 2018- 2021

A strategic plan is what we use to steer the organisation- so it doesn’t list every task or event or action we might carry out on a week to week basis. Details and particular activities are included in our annual work plan which we work out each year after our plenary meetings. This longer term strategic plan helps us to make sure we have a clear vision and mission statement so we can ensure that we are concentrating on our remit and responsibilities as a public participation network.

You can read our plan here: Strategic plan

 

 

Congratulations to our newly elected Representatives

The results of the recent Clare PPN Representatives elections were revealed at our plenary meeting on 14th June 2018

Congratulations to Ann Marie Flanagan who has been elected to represent the Social Inclusion Groups of Clare PPN on Clare County Council’s Local Community Development Committee.

Congratulations also to Trudy Leyden who has been elected to represent the Community and Voluntary Groups of Clare PPN on Clare County Council’s Social Development Strategic Policy Committee which deals with housing culture and sports.

We thank all the candidates who stood for election and everyone who voted and we look forward to working with both newly elected representatives.