Thomas Glen, Depute Chief Executive – Place, Neighbourhood & Corporate Assets
Wednesday, 22 September, 2021
City Deal Consultation and Engagement Strategy
David Gear, Place & Business Development Manager
This Technical Note will be published on the Council’s website following circulation to Member. Its contents may be disclosed or shared out with the Council.
- The purpose of this Technical Note is to provide Elected Members with the City Deal Consultation and Engagement Strategy. The strategy has been prepared specifically to use through the development and delivery of the Council’s City Deal project, setting out the principles and guidance for the planning and delivery of consultation and communication activities.
- East Dunbartonshire Council’s Consultation and Engagement Strategy and the National Standards of Community Engagement were used to inform and guide this strategy.
- The strategy is intended to be a live document that can and will change and evolve over the course of the development and delivery of the Programme. It will be published online on the dedicated City Deal webpage on the Council’s website.
- The strategy reflects constraints faced in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic that will limit face-to-face engagement and consultation such as public meetings and events. The strategy will be reviewed on an ongoing basis in light of any changes arising in these restrictions.
All Elected Members, Corporate Management Team, Executive Officers, HSCP, Corporate Communications