Local Community Plan 2009 -2011 - Action Plan - DRAFT - Last updated 2 October 2009 National Outcome Relevant National Indicators Context 10 – We live in well- 22 – All unintentionally Throughout the city of Edinburgh there is a major imbalance between those who need affordable housing homeless households will be and the supply of such housing. Currently there are 25,169 households registered on Edindex designed sustainable entitled to settled (Edinburgh’s single housing register) but there were only around 3,800 social rented lets in 2007. In the places where we are able accommodation by 2012. same year over 5,500 people approached the Council for help because they were homeless or at risk of to access the amenities 27 – Increase the rate of new being homeless. and services we need. house building. 389 households presenting as homeless in 2007/08 gave their last address as being in the EH6 postcode area. Social rented accommodation was found for 135 of those households. Edinburgh’s Local Although house building and the availability of social housing is not within the strategic remit of the Leith Outcomes Neighbourhood Partnership, this is an important issue for the Leith Community. Therefore, the Increase the Partnership will monitor the provision of housing ant take the opportunity to influence this wherever percentage of people possible. who are satisfied with It would be useful to gather information on the number of affordable homes made available by private their neighbourhood. housebuilders. However, it is difficult to find a comprehensive source of such information at present. It is Increase the number of expected that a new planning system will make it easier to gather this information and enquiries will be made about this when drafting the 2012 Local Community Plan. affordable homes in Edinburgh. Ensure that everyone assessed as homeless can be provided with accommodation by 2012. Lead Board Member: Keith Anderson, Port of Leith Housing Association (POLHA) Supporting Officer: Mark Rodgers, Services for Communities, North Housing and Regeneration Manager Neighbourhood Neighbourhood Indicator Frequency/ Baseline Comment Type/ 2006/07 Actual figures for monitoring purposes (if necessary) Outcome Source 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 Longer Term Monitor the supply of quality Number of Council houses Edindex Jan n/a n/a affordable housing. available for let. yearly 2008 – March 2009 228 Neighbourhood Neighbourhood Indicator Frequency/ Baseline Comment Type/ 2006/07 Actual figures for monitoring purposes (if necessary) Outcome Source 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 Longer Term homes 41,756 bids Number of Housing Edindex 2008 n/a n/a Association houses yearly available for let (does not 685 exactly fit Leith Area) homes 16,140 bids Average no. of bids per Edindex 63 n/a n/a property advertised (CEC yearly and HA) Number of new homes SfC 53 homes n/a n/a completed through the Strategy Affordable Housing and Investment Programme Investment Team Yearly Number of households HIS (SfC 2007/08 n/a n/a n/a assessed as homeless or homelessn potentially homeless during ess 558 the year. (SfC North Area) records) No. of properties used as homeless temporary accommodation Progress in delivering the SQHA programmes by CEC, POLHA and other Housing Associations ACTION MAIN OUTPUTS LEAD OFFICER START & MEASURE OF RESOURCES RISK & FINISH PROGRESS ASSUMPTIONS ORGANISATION & SUCCESS Build new Completions per Keith Anderson Ongoing No. of units 2009 £9.5m affordable housing annum over plan POLHA dependant on completed 2010 £13.5m ?? fro rent / low cost period annual funding achieved as home ownership 2009 – 23 Housing 2008/09 Elliot St 9 Association Grant Elliot St - £0.58m Buchanan St 14 programme Buchanan St - agreement £0.736m 2010 -137 R2 - £2m R2 - 102 Coburg St - Coburg St 35 £3.37m 2009 -10 Restalrig Crescent – 4 units Block B Impact on POLHA: 20% of Keith Anderson Ongoing % of homeless £170,000 plus homelessness by relets via Edindex POLHA housed inflation spent ?? letting vacated homeless repairing existing social categories, a properties for relet landlord properties further 25% living each year of plan. via Edindex, which care of / temp. prioritises accommodation. homelessness 55% to general waiting list NB: normal turnover is @ 185 properties pa Ensure all stock Scottish Housing Keith Anderson Annual At least £1m per safe and to a Quality activity to POLHA programme annum minimum standard deliver all POLHA properties to this standard by 2015 Continue to work Explore new Michaela Sullivan Number of with CEC and routes to deliver Head of Planning ?? housing units ?? ?? RSLS to bring affordable Forth Ports Plc. completed. forward affordable housing. housing through the waterfront developments. Keep residents of Information giving Mark Rodgers Ongoing Number of Contained within Low risk potential exercises. SfC, Housing and information / existing SfC demolition areas Consultation Regeneration consultation Housing and High impact informed and exercise. Manager exercises. Regeneration engaged in Number of resources. consultation residents who timeously take part in each exercise. Provide financial Reduction in rent Joyce Gegan, Ongoing Value of additional Funding until Dec High risk and benefits arrears. POLHA / CAB income brought in 2010 confirmed. advice to POLHA Increase in Edinburgh – Leith Lottery and further Medium impact tenants tenants’ financial Office secondee WR application gain. after 2010 onwards still to be confirmed. National Outcome Relevant National Indicators Context 12 – We value and enjoy our 28 – Increase the percentage of Street cleansing and the improvement of public spaces were identified as priorities in the 2004 adults who rate their Leith Community Plan. This is still a concern for Leith residents. 60% of young Leithers who built and natural environment neighbourhood as a good place to took part in the Young Edinburgh Viewfinder Survey stated that rubbish and litter was a and protect it and enhance it live. common problem. 56% thought that making Edinburgh cleaner and more attractive would for future generations. 34 – Improve the state of improve quality of life. Young people in the Hillside area also feel that litter and the Scotland’s Historic buildings, environment was the worst thing about their area. These concerns are reinforced by the monuments and environment. Cleanliness Index Monitoring System (CIMS) which showed that the Leith and Leith Walk Edinburgh’s Local Outcomes council wards were among the lowest scoring wards for street cleanliness with causes cited as Improved cleanliness of 37 – Increase the proportion of adults making one or more visits to fast food, smoking and confectionary litter. The Services for Communities Neighbourhood Research also found that Leithers were less likely to be satisfied with the management of litter the city. the outdoors per week. and rubbish in the streets and the street cleaning service compared with the citywide average. More attractive and The City of Edinburgh Council agreed to redirect street cleansing resources to the Leith and accessible green spaces Leith walk wards when these concerns were raised by the Leith Neighbourhood Partnership in March 2008. across the city. Facilitate the development The community representatives, voluntary sector representatives and elected members who met at the June 2007 event identified the need to improve the look of the streets and public of a quality built and spaces. But they wanted a bit more than cleansing. They wished consideration to be given as natural environment. to how spaces ere planned out and used by the local people. They recommended taking a Raise children and young more holistic approach and taking into account lighting, street furniture, safety and leisure facilities with parks. people’s awareness of the environment and understanding of the importance of creating a sustainable future. Lead Board Member: Cllr. Gordon Munro, Leith Ward Supporting Officer: Steven Cuthill, Services for Communities, North Environment Manager Neighbourhood Neighbourhood Indicator Frequency/ Baseline Comment Target (where appropriate) Type/ Source 2007/08 (if necessary) Outcome 2008/ 2009/10 2010/11 Longer Term 09 Improve the cleanliness and Satisfaction with the local Annual SfC 86.6% 81% 83% 85% 87% Edinburgh average appearance of public spaces. neighbourhood as a place Neighbourhood very/fairly Actual 86% (2007) to live. Research satisfied figure 86% (2008) Neighbourhood Neighbourhood Indicator Frequency/ Baseline Comment Target (where appropriate) Type/ Source 2007/08 (if necessary) Outcome 2008/ 2009/10 2010/11 Longer Term 09 Cleansing Index Quarterly December 62 65 67 69 Dec 2007 Edinburgh Average Monitoring System (CIMS) performance 2007 – score score = 68 reporting 62 Satisfaction with Street Annual SfC 60% 68% 70% 72% 74% Edinburgh average Cleaning Neighbourhood Very/fairly 67% (2007) Research satisfied 70% (2008) Satisfaction with parks and Annual SfC 72% 79% 80% 81% 82% Edinburgh average green spaces. Neighbourhood very/fairly 71% (2007) Research satisfied 70% (2008) Satisfaction with the Annual SfC 48% 56% 58% 60% 62% Edinburgh average management of litter and Neighbourhood very/fairly 56% (2007) rubbish Research satisfied 61% (2008) Satisfaction with the Annual SfC 39% 45% 50% 52% 54% Edinburgh average management of dog Neighbourhood very/fairly 44% (2007) fouling Research satisfied 53% (2008) No. of parks with Green Info from 0 1 1 2 Flag Status Environment Manager % of residents with access Edinburgh Open 90.7% to park / greenspace within Space Audit ?? ?? ?? 400 m walking distance. Quality of play parks Edinburgh Open Space Audit Air Quality Management Air Quality Zone Information Section ACTION MAIN OUTPUTS LEAD OFFICER START & MEASURE OF RESOURCES RISK & ORGANISATION FINISH PROGRESS ASSUMPTIONS & SUCCESS Provide street and The Open Spaces Steven Cuthill 1 Oct 2008 Satisfaction with Contained within Low risk open space cleaning Task Force will: Environment -31 March street cleansing existing CEC and grounds Ensure that Manager, SfC 2011 (SfC research) budgets High impact maintenance service streets and open to raise cleanliness. spaces are kept Increase in yearly clean. average CIMS Ensure that score. areas of soft landscaping are maintained to a high standard in keeping with local community expectations. Reintroduce barrow beats. Provide a service to The development of Steven Cuthill 1 Oct 2008 Satisfaction with Contained within Low risk develop, maintain parks, gardens and Environment – 31 March parks and green existing CEC and upgrade parks open spaces. Manager SfC. 2011 spaces (SfC budgets. High impact and green spaces in research) Leith. Proactive and reactive maintenance of green spaces. Liaison with community groups, Friends of Parks on improvements to local green spaces and providing advice on environmental issues. Park Ranger and Community Parks Officer support. Development of The Masterplan Steven Cuthill 1 Oct 2008 Completion of Funding options will Medium risk Leith Links in line makes Environment to 31 March projects to agreed be explored with the with the Masterplan recommendations Manager, 2011 timescales. stakeholders, and High impact for 15 projects for Services for Feedback from will be a regeneration and Communities, in stakeholders. combination of enhancement of partnership with mainstream CEC Leith Links. The SfC Greener Leith, budgets and Environment team Edinburgh Leisure external funding are working with and sports clubs. applications. local stakeholders to advance the projects, setting timescales and priorities. Carry out The NEP will Mark Rodgers 1 Oct 2008 The Chair of the CEC Housing Low risk environmental commission Housing and to 31 March Housing & Built Revenue Account improvements via environmental Regeneration 2011 Environment (HRA) Capital Medium impact the Neighbourhood improvements and Manager Action budget Environment capital spending for Services for Group will report Programme (NEP). open spaces, roads Communities back to NP CEC roads and and footpaths, within business and footpaths capital agreed NEP criteria. public meetings programme The NP has on progress with devolved decision NEP projects and making on the NEP expenditure. to the Housing and Built Environment Action Group, and the Redevelopment of Re-design of the Joyce Gegan, 1 Sept 2009 Completion of NEP funding from Medium risk Boundary Square, square and its POLHA to 31 Dec redevelopment of Leith Buchanan Street facilities to make it 2009 Square. Neighbourhood High impact more attractive (also partnership and included as a other grant-giving Community Safety trusts action as design will tackle ASB issues) Achieve Green Flag Hopetoun Crescent Steven Cuthill 2009 – Hopetoun Contained within Medium risk Status for Leith Garden aiming for Environment 2011 Crescent Garden existing budgets. Parks Green Flag Status Manager, SfC. achieving award. Low impact 2009. List of park that Identify other parks Working in could be which could aim for partnership with considered for Green Flag Status Friends and Green Flag Community Groups. status. Provide a team of The Wardens will Ruth Stanley 1 Oct 2008 Number of Street Contained within Low risk Environmental use a range of Community to 31 March Litter Notices and existing CEC Wardens to reduce enforcement Safety Manager 2011 Fixed Penalty budgets High impact dog fouling and deal methods including Services for Notices issued by with street litter and warnings, fixed Communities Environmental unauthorised penalties and Wardens presentation of reports to the waste. Procurator Fiscal, as well as educational approaches. CEC and Lothian Weeks of Action in Ruth Stanley 1 Oct 2008 Evaluation after Contained within Low risk and Borders Police the Leith area will Community to 31 March each Action existing CEC and will jointly promote include a range of Safety Manager 2011 Week, to include LBP budgets Medium impact and offer Weeks of measures to feedback from Action, whose range improve the local Steven Cuthill local community is to reduce crime environment. These Environment and increase will be appropriate Manager resident’s positive to each locality but feelings about the are likely to include Services for areas in which they environmental tidy Communities live. ups, graffiti removal and small environmental improvements. Engage with local Co-ordinate local Lindsay Grant April 2009, Number of National Spring Low risk schools and clean-ups Local Community 2010, 2011 schools and Clean Co-ordinated communities as part Planning community by Keep Scotland Medium impact of National Spring Support schools Ongoing residents involved Beautiful (KSB) Clean and any input as part of (weeks of as part of week. planned “Week of week of action action) SfC staff time and Action” CIMS scores resource to support increase work Improved satisfaction levels with cleanliness in SfC Neighbourhood Research Support Community Provision of clean- Steven Cuthill 2009 -2011 Number of clean- Keep Scotland Low risk Groups with ups kits Environment ups carried out. Beautiful (KSB) Volunteer Collection of waste Manager, SfC Medium impact Community Clean- Ups Promote Waste Establish strong Iona Tibbit Ongoing for Number of Waste Education Low risk Action Grant links and support Local Community small grants schools, local Budget – TBC programme to all local applications for Planning groups and Medium impact schools, community grants. Large grant individual groups and resident deadline – volunteers groups in the area. Engagement of 15 June, 12 successfully schools and groups October applying for a in waste reduction / 2009 grant. environmental projects Number of people directly and Encourage indirectly involved individual volunteers in programme. to undertake waste reduction / Amount of waste environmental diverted from projects and landfill. activities Invite all schools, Schools and groups Lindsay Grant April 2009, Number of Waste Education Low risk youth groups and visit site to raise Local Community 2010, 2011 schools and budget to advertise community groups in awareness of waste Planning groups visiting the the cabin as part of Medium impact the area to the journey and cabin. open days – TBC Waste Education Reduce, Reuse, Cabin at Seafield Recycle messages. Community Recycling centre. Encourage Local volunteers Iona Tibbitt Ongoing Number of Waste Education Medium risk members of the involved in Local Community volunteers and Local local community to undertaking Planning engaged. Community High Impact become environmental Planning Budgets – “Neighbourhood projects and TBC Champions” for their activities in their area. community. Promote resources Uptake of activity Iona Tibbitt Ongoing Feedback on Waste Education Low risk available to schools, loan boxes and Local Community resources from Budget – TBC youth groups and resources Planning groups Medium impact communities in terms of delivery of environmental outreach activities To increase the Promote “liveable Alasdair Tibbit 1 March Modal split Climate Challenge proportion of streets” through a Greener Leith 2009 – 31 between walking, Funding ?? journeys made on production of a March 2011 cycling and public foot, by cycle and by “future travel map” transport and car public transport. of Leith that will travel. address the barriers Local air quality that prevent local data. residents from Greener Leith choosing green monitoring travel options and information. promote investment in support of active and low polluting forms of transport such as walking, cycling and public transport. Reduce transport related CO2 emissions. Tackle poor air quality problems, particularly in areas where air quality currently breaks EU pollution laws. Develop a learning Community Daniel Prince October Business plan £8,240 – Big Lottery Low risk package for low consultations, a Changeworks 2008 to completed and Fund income households business plan and a September final report Medium impact that will enable them steering group that 2009 submitted to the to live more will provide the Big Lottery Fund. sustainable framework for a fully lifestyles, which funded pilot study allow them to reduce involving around 50 their carbon to 100 households footprint. and lasting around a year. National Outcome Relevant National Indicators Context 9 – We live our lives safe 23 – reduce overall reconviction rates by 2 percentage points by Leith experiences crime levels that are slightly higher than the Scottish average. This is based from crime, disorder and 2011. on types of crime that affect a local neighbourhood: crimes of violence, drugs offences, danger. 24 – Reduce overall crime domestic house breaking, minor assault and vandalism. The City of Edinburgh, Services for victimisation rates by 2 percentage Communities Neighbourhood Research reported that Leith residents were less likely to be satisfied with the way burglary was dealt with in their local area with a 45% satisfaction rate Edinburgh’s Local Outcomes points by 2011. compared with the citywide average of 50%. The 47% satisfaction rate with the way car crime People in Edinburgh feel 28 – Increase the percentage of was dealt with was the same as the citywide average. The Young Edinburgh Viewfinder adults who rate their neighbourhood reported that 56% of young Leith residents thought that reducing crime most important to safer. as a good place to live. improving the quality of life. Young people are 31 – Increase positive public protected from harm and perception of the general crime rate 56% of young Leithers who took part in the Young Edinburgh Viewfinder survey said that antisocial behaviour in in the local area. making the city safer was the most important thing to improving quality of life. In the most deprived parts of Leith, this figure rose to 64%. our neighbourhoods is reduced. The Services for Communities report also showed low satisfaction levels with the way a number of issues were managed in their local area at 45% compared with the citywide average of 53%. Lead Board Member: Robert Deas, Lothian and Borders Police Supporting Officer: Ruth Stanley, Local Community Safety Manager Neighbourhood Neighbourhood Indicator Frequency/ Baseline Comment Target (where appropriate) Type/ Source 2007/08 (if necessary) Outcome 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 Longer Term Improve Community Satisfaction with dealing Annual SfC 47% 57% 58% 59% 60% Edinburgh average with antisocial behaviour. Neighbourhood Actual 53% (2007) Safety. Research figure 60% (2008) Satisfaction with dealing Annual SfC 46% 60% 61% 63% 65% Edinburgh average with vandalism and graffiti Neighbourhood Actual 56% (2007) Research figure Satisfaction with dealing Annual SfC 45% 81% 82% 84% 85% Edinburgh average with housebreaking Neighbourhood 50% (2007) Research 79% (2008) Satisfaction with dealing Annual SfC 47% Not in Edinburgh Average 47% with car crime. Neighbourhood 2008 ?? ?? Research report Increase in % of people Bi-monthly 57% 65% 67% 69% satisfied with CEC response to complaints of ASB. Neighbourhood Neighbourhood Indicator Frequency/ Baseline Comment Target (where appropriate) Type/ Source 2007/08 (if necessary) Outcome 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 Longer Term Monitor trend in reported crimes (groups ) Monitor trend in solvency rates (groups ) ACTION MAIN OUTPUTS LEAD OFFICER START & MEASURE OF RESOURCES RISK & FINISH PROGRESS ASSUMPTIONS ORGANISATION & SUCCESS Satisfaction with dealing with antisocial behaviour (ASB) Provide a All relevant Ruth Stanley, 1 Oct 2008 to 31 Number of Contained within Low risk Community Safety complaints of ASB Community Safety Mar 2011 complaints dealt existing CEC Team to tackle will be Manager, with budgets High impact ASB in the North investigated and Services for Neighbourhood appropriate Communities remedies pursued. Relevant ASB will include: Drug dealing Vandalism Assault or harassment Noise complaints Use a range of ASB issues will be Ruth Stanley, 1 Oct 2008 to 31 The Tasking and Contained within Low risk interventions, dealt with flexibly Community Safety Mar 2011 Co-ordination existing CEC and including support, and in a manner Manager, Process will LBP budgets High impact mediation, appropriate to Services for identify whether acceptable each case. Communities problems have behaviour been resolved in a contacts, warnings particular location and serious or whether enforcement problems actions, to bring continue. about changes in the behaviour of those causing ASB. LBP and CEC to Locations Inspector Robert 1 Oct 2008 to 31 The Tasking and Contained within Low risk deliver responses experiencing Deas, Lothian and Mar 2011 Co-ordination existing CEC and to issues of ASB problems caused Borders Police Process will LBP budgets. Medium impact. involving public by drinking in identify whether misuse of alcohol public open Ruth Stanley, problems have spaces will be Community Safety been resolved in a identified through Manager, particular location the Tasking and Services for or whether Co-ordination Communities problems (TAC) process. continue. Specific analysis of lose locations may be carried out to identify appropriate further action. LBP and CEC will deliver joint action to reduce the problem in those locations. CEC and LBP will Improved Inspector Robert 1 Oct 2008 to 31 Evaluation after Contained within Low risk jointly promote partnership Deas, Lothian and Mar 2011 each Week of existing CEC and and offer Weeks working across a Borders Police Action to include LBP budgets Medium impact of Action, whose range of agencies; police calls and aim is to reduce reductions in Ruth Stanley, feedback from crime and crime and ASB; Community Safety local community. increase improved Manager, resident’s positive perceptions and Services for feelings about the reduced fear of Communities areas in which crime. they live. Redevelopment of Redesign of the Joyce Gegan, Community Redevelopment of NEP funding from Medium risk Boundary Square, square and its POLHA consultation the Square is Leith Buchanan Street. facilities to reduce completed – fund completed. Neighbourhood High impact ASB associated raising stage. Partnership and with the current other grant-giving design. (Also 1 Sept 2009 – 31 trusts. included as an Dec 2009 environment action as redesign will make area more attractive) Public satisfaction in dealing with car crime Through the TAC Use the dedicated Inspector Robert 1 Oct 2008 – 31 Feedback from Contained within Medium risk process identify resources to Deas, LBP March 2011 complainers existing LBP hotspot areas and tackle this type of budgets Medium impact trends and direct crime. Use of appropriate CBO for crime resources to those prevention advice areas. and positive messages promoted at community council meetings and in monthly newsletter. People satisfied with CEC response to complaints of ASB A customer Customers are Ruth Stanley, 1 Oct 2008 to 31 Quarterly review Contained within Low risk satisfaction able to provide Community Safety Mar 2011 of survey results existing CEC and questionnaire will feedback on the Manager, LBP budgets Medium impact be sent to all service and alert Services for customers the Community Communities reporting a Safety Team to complaint of ASB, any outstanding once the problems. complaint has Managers can been completed. review customer satisfaction and then carry out appropriate training or adjustment of policies and practice. Public satisfaction in dealing with vandalism and graffiti Support the joint LBP and CEC to Inspector Robert 1 Oct 2008 – 31 The TAC process Contained within Low risk. Edinburgh City jointly strive to Deas, LBP Mar 2011 will identify when existing LBP and Wide Graffiti reduce the these areas have CEC budgets Medium impact. Initiative Action incidents of Ruth Stanley, been targeted and Plan reported graffiti CEC direct further and vandalism. action if required. Areas of concern Feedback from and trends will be community. identified through the TAC process for joint action to be undertaken. Satisfaction in dealing with theft by housebreakings LBP to deliver All victims of Inspector Robert 1 Oct 2008 – 31 Feedback from Contained within Low risk responses to domestic Deas, LBP Mar 2011 local community. existing LBP those victims of housebreakings to budgets Medium impact theft by be visited by a services. housebreaking community beat officer (CBO) for reassurance and crime prevention advice. Regular updates on this crime and promote positive results to local residents through the CBO monthly newsletter and attendance at Community Council meetings. Reduction in ASB involving young people The Leith Leith NAU to work Inspector Robert 1 Jun 2008 – 31 Feedback from Funding streams Low risk Neighbourhood with partners in Deas, LBP Mar 2011 before / after to be identified. Action Unit (NAU) identifying local public surveys. Medium impact and other partners areas where youth Existing resources remain committed related ASB is an Measurement of from LBP and towards exploring issue. before and after partners. the expansion of ASB incidents the Leith Open Reduction in ASB from LBP. Spaces Project complaints. (LOSP) Data from youth Reduction in crime organisations on and ASB amongst take up of young people. Increased participation by young people in structured activities. Greater number of activities for young people in Leith. To obtain funding and deliver project with partners. Leith NAU to Planned and Inspector Robert Ongoing TAC process will Contained within Low risk continue to deliver targeted activity Deas, LBP identify any impact existing LBP alcohol test on local licensed from this activity. budgets. Medium impact. purchasing premises. operations in Leith Number of licensees reported. Invite Leith Play performed to Alex Jones October – Number of young Part funded by Low risk Secondary classes and Local Community November 2009, people attending LCP budget. Schools and youth groups in run-up Planning 2010, 2011 performances Medium impact groups to take to Bonfire night. Seeking funding part in “TOAST” – Reduction of by partner an anti firework Follow-up work firework related organisations, i.e. hooliganism play carried out by injuries by young Lothian & Borders groups. people in Leith. Fire and Rescue Service, Lothian & Seeking Reduction in Borders Police, partnership with number of firework Community Safety relevant related calls stakeholders in concerning young and outside people for fire and Council citywide. police services. E.g. link to police and fire services’ activity with schools and groups around this time. Provision of Junction Chiller- Sam Anderson, 2009 ongoing Chiller attendance Part funded by Low risk alternative coping Provision of The Junction North British Hotel strategies for complementary Trust Medium impact young people therapies, potentially information and engaged in anti- support (every social behaviour Friday) Further develop BME young Cathy 2009 –2011 Feedback from Cashback for inclusive youth people will be McNaughton young people and Communities ?? work provision, supported in Multi-Cultural their families. increasing number attending Family Base of BME volunteers mainstream youth Attitudinal and increasing provision. surveys. understandings of factors which Young people will Increased % of inhibit inclusion have less hostile young people attitudes and be attending more confident in mainstream youth living in a diverse provision from society. BME communities. Mainstream youth Andy Thomas provision will Citadel Youth Decrease in racist identify and Centre hate crime address barriers amongst young to inclusion. people and decrease in experience of racist intimidation. Satisfaction with reduction in accidental dwelling fires Lothian and Fire Service would Keith Dargo 2009 – 2011 Reduction of Contained within Medium risk Borders Fire and clear rubbish from Lothian & Borders accidental Lothian and Rescue Service stairs using refuse Fire and Rescue dwelling fires Borders Fire and Low impact are committed to vehicle provided Service measured on a Rescue Service reducing the by CEC. yearly basis. existing budgets number of accidental Home Safety dwelling fires advice given to householders. National Outcome Relevant National Indicators Context 4 – Our young people are 7 – Increase the proportion of Implementation of the current Curriculum for Excellence is being rolled out across the city’s school leavers in positive and schools. There is a particular focus on underachieving groups of children. Improving successful learners, confident sustained destinations outcomes for looked after children is a particular priority. individuals, effective (further/higher education, employment or training) Overall improvement in attainment aged 5-14continues, attainment at SQA level has been contributors and responsible 8 – Increase the proportion of stable in recent years and is in line with the national average and that of authorities schools receiving positive comparable to Edinburgh. Edinburgh continues to perform well in the higher attaining citizens. inspection reports. measures at secondary level. The authority is committed to improving attaining and achievement for all and key aspects of Edinburgh’s Local Outcomes this work include More Choices, More Chances, the Closing the Gap strategy, Schools of Increase the quality of Ambition, the 20:20 Schools, the Gifted and Talented Framework and the implementation of Additional Support for Learning. educational learning The WAVE3 schools programme is the investment route for improved school buildings but experiences and the implementation is dependent on Scottish Government identifying additional funding to meeting of individual replace former PPP funding. There is a significant commitment to engaging and involving children and young people in pupil’s needs. the development of services. The recent Young Edinburgh Viewfinder3 survey received Children and young people 18,000 responses. Children and young people are encouraged to make effective contributions to their communities and schools through youth forums, school councils and are successful learners. involvement in youth and children’s organisations. All secondary schools and nearly all Attendance at school is primary schools have students’ councils. improved. The Communities that Care research completed in 2006 indicated a need for more young people friendly spaces in Leith. This was also evident in the Viewfinder3 survey where young people identified the need for more leisure facilities. Effective engagement with hard to reach youngsters will reduce nuisance calls to the police and divert young people away from engaging in anti-social behaviour Lead Board Member: Willy Barr, Manager, Citadel Youth Centre Christine Mackay, Children and Families, Community Learning and Development Supporting Officer: Neighbourhood Manager. Neighbourhood Neighbourhood Indicator Frequency/ Baseline Comment Target (where appropriate) Type/ Source 2007/08 (if necessary) Outcome 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 Longer Term Young people feel valued and the % of young people who Young 17% 18% 19% 21% 23% wider community see them as an would give up their time to Edinburgh asset. take part in a group that Viewfinder makes decisions about their neighbourhood. Fewer children at risk of Moira Wilson exclusion (also informal Children and Neighbourhood Neighbourhood Indicator Frequency/ Baseline Comment Target (where appropriate) Type/ Source 2007/08 (if necessary) Outcome 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 Longer Term exclusions and Families readmissions. Young people’s participation CLD records in youth activity Young people’s Schools contributions to fundraising / volunteering Reduction in youth crime Police youth crime statistics Child and adolescent NHS mental health rates. % School Leavers going on Skills Direct 73.6% to positive destinations Scotland ?? ?? ?? annual reporting ACTION MAIN OUTPUTS LEAD OFFICER START & MEASURE OF RESOURCES RISK & FINISH PROGRESS ASSUMPTIONS ORGANISATION & SUCCESS Young people are Liaise with Paul James By June 2009 and Young people are Staff time supported to schools and youth Leith Youth ongoing aware of the ?? influence organisations to Workers’ Forum range of services Project Budget decisions that increase young offered locally and affect them and people’s each organisation Additional the wider awareness of local has evidence of resources to be community. decision making involving young identified if structures and people in service required. services. development. Leith Community Centre – Management Committee seeking positive engagement with young people. Different methods ? named lead Present to March Completion of Leith to engage with officer 2009 and ongoing. Action Research Neighbourhood ?? and gather views CLD Citadel on young people’s Partnership from young people Out-of-the-blue – Jan 09 – July 09 health issues in Community Grant are tested. Community Arts Leith carried out group by young people. Health Promotion Photography Small Grant Sam Anderson - exhibition. The Junction A local “youth Paul James CLD By March 2009 There is evidence Staff time. forum” is and ongoing in agendas and established to minutes and that Additional gather and issues are being resources to be represent young taken forward. identified. people’s views at a range of local Young people’s decision making views affect meetings. service development and delivery. Support young Paul James CLD / By March 2009 North Edinburgh Staff time. people’s Willy Barr Citadel and ongoing young people are ?? involvement in attending EYF Central C&F Edinburgh Youth meetings. budget Council / Forum Young people are Sexual health John Palmer, NHS Ongoing Young people Staffing and able to make good services are easily Lothian able to access a running costs ?? quality personal available to all range of young (some FSF relationships, young people The Junction people friendly funding to The effective locally. sexual health Junction) transitions to Sexual health and Christine Mackay Ongoing services locally. adulthood and Relationship C&F / schools ?? positive life education is choices. treated as a core Sam Anderson, subject within The Junction schools and youth organisations. All youth work ? Named lead Ongoing programmes officer ?? address these (Youth Work issues with young Managers) people as a matter of course. The Christine Mackay, Ongoing Review Staffing and implementation of C&F /Schools recommendations running costs the drug and and examples of (Some FSF alcohol education ? Named lead good practice funding to the review is officer established within Junction) supported in Youth Work curriculum and schools and youth Managers youth work provision locally. programmes. Programmes (named person?) include tobacco DO Health (C&F) use. Sam Anderson, The Junction John Palmer, NHS Lothian Invite schools and Alex Jones Ongoing Number of SfC staff resource Low risk youth groups to Local Community schools, groups take part in Planning participating in Medium impact consumer and sessions and financial related programmes sessions and programmes. Young people’s At least 4 events Paul James First by Dec 2008 Well attended Leith Festival achievements are are organised Leith Youth and then ongoing events take place Team ?? celebrated. each year within Workers Forum the Audience is Leith College of neighbourhood to inclusive of the Art showcase young wider community people’s Leith Community contribution to the Centre community. Adults and young Intergenerational Ann Munro, Present to March New opportunities Staff time. Medium risk people work activity Pilmeny 2009 and ongoing for together to undertaken in Development intergenerational Help in kind. High impact increase Leith Project projects / shared understanding and learning activity Project budget. mutual respect. Willy Barr, Citadel and events held in Youth Centre Leith and relationships that Christine Mackay, span the Community generations are Learning and beginning to Development develop. Our youth Mapping exercise Named Lead By Feb 2009 Young people Existing staff and provision is completed to Officer? express improved budgets. ?? accessible to all identify existing Youth Work satisfaction. young people. provision and Managers Additional marketing Uptake of leisure resources to be improved to Christine Mackay, facilities is identifies if increase uptake CLD improved. (How required. where necessary. can this be (named person?) evidenced?)_ (Audit of Leith LOSP Project Walk Ward – Partners spaces available for community sports use) Blocks to uptake – Named Lead By June 2009 Young people Existing staff and including costs, Officer ? express improved budgets. ?? timing and Youth Work satisfaction. organisational Managers Additional attitude are Uptake of leisure resources to be identified and facilities is identifies if addressed. improved. required. Staff and Named Lead By end of 2009 There is an Existing staff and volunteers are Officer increase in the budgets. ?? aware of the Youth Work numbers of BME needs of BME and Managers and disabled Additional disabled young young people resources to be people. attending identifies if mainstream youth required. provision in Leith Provide work 3 X 6 month Keith Anderson, 3 specifically Leith experience training places via POLHA ?? recruited from Neighbourhood ?? opportunity to the TOIL Leith complete the Partnership FSF - young people who programme programme. £17,000 are in the More Choices, More TOIL provides Additional places SDS, GRFW - Chances group additional raining for Leith young £80,000 places for young people, number people in Leith as will vary per POLHA - £10,000 part of its annum, as part of Edinburgh wide the usual referral CCP - £14,000 programme. process from Careers Scotland Target of 65% to the TOIL successful programme. outcome into work / training or More young college after people go to programme. positive destinations on leaving school. JETS programme Effective youth Named Lead Annual / ongoing Decrease in youth Existing staff and Medium risk Offer local to work programmes Officer calls to police. budgets. support contribute to Youth Work Medium impact disengaged young diverting young Managers Increased people give them people away from perception of more choices and antisocial community safety. chances. behaviour. Provide Leith Victoria Andrew McIntosh, April 2009 – Numbers of young Edinburgh Leisure Medium risk opportunities for Open All Hours Youth March 2010 women site / staff. (funding 09/10 not young women to session (Saturday Development participating; yet clear) take part in 4-6pm) Girls Only Officer, number of young Community physical activity in session allows Edinburgh Leisure women continuing Learning and Medium impact safe, supportive young women (S1 to participate in Development and encouraging –S6) to take part physical activity staff. “girls only” in a arrange of outside of Open environments. physical activities All Hours Edinburgh (including gym, sessions. Community Safety swim and dance) Partnership Grant supported by Youth Workers Sportscotland from CLD Community Regeneration Grant Provide youth Pilmeny Ann Munro (PDP) Number of young Attendance Fundraising Low risk clubs and summer Development people / children numbers at youth programmes. Project (PDP) getting 1:1 clubs and summer Contained within High impact counselling. programmes. existing budgets. Dr. Bell’s Named person? Average number Citadel Named person? of meetings with each young LOSP Named person? person child. ROA funded Outcomes - mobile football Jonathon Griffiths, Community Safety pitch NAU Team Team. Youth Matrix funded projects Provide an White and BME Steve Gowenlock 2009 – 2011 Feedback from Donations from ongoing young people will Multi-Cultural young people, various Trusts and ?? therapeutic group be able to attend Family Base families and other Foundations work programme small groups services, such as for vulnerable which will support schools. young people from them in diverse developing Measurement of communities. resilience, self- resilience using esteem and social GIRFEC well- skills. being indicators. Provide individual Young people will Cathy Feedback from Donations from therapeutic have the McNaughton young people, various Trusts and ?? ?? interventions to opportunity to do Multi-Cultural families and other Foundations. young people. focussed work Family Base services. which will help Income from them to Measurement of student fees. understand their resilience using life stories, be in GIRFEC wellbeing touch with their indicators. emotions and develop strategies for managing anger, anxiety and other negative feelings. Young people will be helped to access community facilities such as libraries. National Outcome Relevant National Indicators Context (6) – We live longer, healthier lives Reduce the percentage of the adult population who On average 476 people were admitted to hospital smoke to 22% by 2010. per year with alcohol related conditions over the Edinburgh’s Local Outcomes Reduce alcohol related hospital admissions by 2010. period 2001-2004 (a rate of 104.9 per 10,000 Decrease the estimated number of problem drug users people). This compared to the Edinburgh rate of Reduced dependence on smoking, in Scotland by 2011. 67.1. drugs and alcohol Increase the percentage of adults who rate their neighbourhood as a good place to live The Edinburgh Addiction Cohort Study shows the mean age of death for injecting drug users is 35 years old. After 25 years only half the cohort originally identified was still alive. For people admitted to hospital for drugs misuse the average was 121 per year between 2001 and 2004 (a rate of 26.7 per 10,000 people). This compared to the Edinburgh rate of 17.3 per 10,000 people (12.7 in Scotland). Lead Board Member: David White – Assistant General Manager, Edinburgh CHP Supporting Officer: John Palmer – Public Health Practitioner, NE Edinburgh LHP Neighbourhood Neighbourhood Indicator Frequency/ Type/ Baseline Comment Target (where appropriate) Source (if Outcome 2007/08 necessary) Longer 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 Term Fewer people smoke, Support 10% of the ASH Tobacco 11,088 (27.8%) 1,109 Leith NP use drugs and misuse smoking population in Atlas 2007 people smoked in ?? ?? fewer figures alcohol successfully quitting (at 2003/04; 5,886 people one month post quit) (30.7%) males and smoke over the period 2008/09 5,203 (25.1%) – 2010/11. females Reduce alcohol related www.sns.gov.uk 476 people (104.9 408 Leith NP hospital admissions per per 10,000) in ?? ?? people per figures 10,000 population 2001-2004 year (90 per 10,000) Neighbourhood Neighbourhood Indicator Frequency/ Type/ Baseline Comment Target (where appropriate) Source (if Outcome 2007/08 necessary) Longer 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 Term Reduce drug related www.sns.gov.uk 121 people (26.7 91 people Leith NP hospital admissions per per 10,000) in ?? ?? per year figures 10,000 population 2001-2004 (20 per 10,000) Number recorded in NHS Information 140 new individual EH6 Drugs Misuse Database and Statistics patients (97 males, ?? ?? ?? figures Division 43 females) reported in 2006/07 ACTION MAIN OUTPUTS LEAD OFFICER START & MEASURE OF RESOURCES RISK & ORGANISATION FINISH PROGRESS ASSUMPTIONS & SUCCESS Stop Smoking Target relevant groups to Group and individual Mary Monaghan, 1/10/2008 Number quitting Edinburgh Leisure Low risk reduce the number of sessions Stop Smoking Co- To smoking people who smoke year Home visit when ordinator, NEE LHP 31/03/2011 Contained within High impact on year. necessary existing Edinburgh Workplace group CHP budgets Link stopping smoking sessions with taking more Relapse preventions FSF funds exercise groups Drop-in sessions Free gym sessions Provide a Young Person Group sessions - in Diana Martin, Young 1/10/2008 Number quitting Contained within Low risk Stop Smoking Service to schools, colleges, etc Person Stop To smoking existing Edinburgh young people aged 12 – Individual sessions – Smoking Co- 31/03/2011 CHP budgets High impact 18 year olds (21 anywhere a young ordinator Edinburgh depending on person feels safe and CHP circumstances). secure Home visit when necessary - usually at YPC Drop In sessions – usually with voluntary ACTION MAIN OUTPUTS LEAD OFFICER START & MEASURE OF RESOURCES RISK & ORGANISATION FINISH PROGRESS ASSUMPTIONS & SUCCESS organisations for vulnerable young people Introduce the new, Pharmacists will supply Claire Stein, 1/10/2008 Contained within Low risk national pharmacy stop anyone with a 12 week Community to existing Edinburgh smoking scheme to allow course of nicotine Pharmacist, 31/03/2010 CHP budgets Medium impact people who want to quit replacement therapy NEE LHP smoking to use their (NRT) as well as community pharmacy to counselling and advice receive support to help on an ongoing basis. them stop. Create physical activity First Steps smoking Tommy George April 2008 – Numbers FSF Grant Low risk opportunities for people cessation programme in Community Inclusion March 2010 participating in trying to give up smoking partnership with North Officer sessions; Edinburgh Leisure High impact to become more active East Edinburgh’s Stop Edinburgh Leisure numbers Staff during their course of Smoking Service, successfully smoking cessation. provides those signed up Mary Monaghan quitting smoking. NEE LHP to the programme with Stop Smoking Co- free gym / swim for 8 ordinator weeks. Tackle local health Improved mental and Alastair Tibbet 1 March Qualitative Climate Challenge Low risk inequalities by promoting physical health. Greener Leith 2009 – 31 evaluation by 31 Fund greater physical activity Provision of training and March 2011 March 2011. Medium impact through “Active Travel” resources for health Number of workers to support them recycled bikes in promoting active distributed to travel. local residents. 1:1 coaching service for Feedback from people who wish to local health care adopt more active travel professionals habits. Free recycled who receive bikes to people who wish training and to start cycling, but do resources. not have a bike. Drugs and Alcohol Misuse Help people recover People presenting with October No. recorded in GPs; Community Medium risk ACTION MAIN OUTPUTS LEAD OFFICER START & MEASURE OF RESOURCES RISK & ORGANISATION FINISH PROGRESS ASSUMPTIONS & SUCCESS from drugs misuse; dugs problems are 2008 - April the Drugs Drugs Problem ensuring medical provided with 2011 Misuse Service; High impact treatment is effectively appropriate treatments database Community Mental integrated with a wide and a full range of wider Drop in Health Team, NEE range of social care, services to help them hospital LHP; Aberlour housing and voluntary recover Kaaren Haughton admissions for Family Support sector services. CEC H&SC Adult drugs misuse Outreach CEC Health and Social Resource Team Care (addictions) Residential rehabilitation – 32 people per year. Short-term intensive work to stabilise user for X people per year. Access community based detoxification for those previously referred to Links project – 90 people. Supported accommodation for people with HIV for X people. Turning Point Scotland / Low risk NHS Drug Clinic David Crosbie Needle exchange duty Turning Point High impact service and drop-in for Scotland X people in each Judith Craven service. Specialist GP Prescribing service for X people. Community based addictions recovery service for X people. ACTION MAIN OUTPUTS LEAD OFFICER START & MEASURE OF RESOURCES RISK & ORGANISATION FINISH PROGRESS ASSUMPTIONS & SUCCESS People with alcohol Primary Care Mike Ryan Oct 2008 – No. of people NEE Alcohol Low risk problems will be Deliver alcohol brief Lead Clinician April 2011 admitted to Problems Service motivated to reduce their interventions to people NEE LHP hospital with High impact drinking. with alcohol problems alcohol related and identify local John Palmer conditions. sources of support for X Public Health people. Practitioner Alcohol problems clinic NEE LHP at Leith CTC (X people seen) Improve access to specialist alcohol rehabilitation clinics (LEAP, Ritson clinic) (X referrals per year) ACTION MAIN OUTPUTS LEAD OFFICER START & MEASURE OF RESOURCES RISK & ORGANISATION FINISH PROGRESS ASSUMPTIONS & SUCCESS CEC H&SC Kaaren Haughton Persevere Seek new alcohol CEC H&SC Adult Community Health worker with addictions Resource Team Flat (Addictions) Marion Steedman team to support poly- Keep Well Nurse users. Manager Turning Point Scotland David Crosbie Provide alcohol Turning Point Scotland worker Seek new alcohol post. Edin & Lothians Council on Alcohol Anne Confray, ELCA Provide advice, information and assessment for X people. 1 to 1 counselling for X people. Work with NHS Keep Well programme for X Ensure that ‘recovery’ Transition Sian Fiddimore October No. of people: Contained within Low risk includes helping people Assess 40 poly-users Access to Industry 2008 – April existing Edinburgh to pursue active lives Provide structured (Transition) 2011 - On programme CHP budgets High impact and returning to programme of skills - Gaining education, training or training to 28 users. qualification work if appropriate. Refer people into FE or - In employment jobs training. - Engaging in Provide employability positive activities service (14 job outcomes) people. Provide support and Bethany Christian Trust John Rodgers October No. of people: Contained within Low risk advice into employment Housing support service Bethany Christian 2008 – April existing Bethany ACTION MAIN OUTPUTS LEAD OFFICER START & MEASURE OF RESOURCES RISK & ORGANISATION FINISH PROGRESS ASSUMPTIONS & SUCCESS for people recovering for 17 people. Trust 2011 - On programme Community High impact from drug and alcohol Structured recovery - Gaining Education Budget misuse programme for X people qualification per year. - In employment Referral for X people into - Engaging in community services. positive activities Bethany Christian Trust Provide weekly drop-ins Jessica Philbrick- Smith, Community (Men’s drop-in, Women’s Education Deputy drop-in, Job Volunteering Manager, and Housing drop-in) for Bethany Community X people. Education (Bethany Learning groups Learning Centre, 65 (reading, writing and Bonnington Road) numbers) courses (Beginners IT, ECDL) for X people. To support young Seek to employ one full Sam Anderson April 2009 CEC Children and Medium risk people in time worker who can act Co-ordinator – April ?? Families developing as a link between The Junction 2011 NHS Healthy Medium impact schools and The Respect educational Junction services. Named Lead Officer Leith Youth alcohol resources Provide training ? Workers’ Forum & interventions courses for workers CEC Children and which are effective involved with young Families in reducing the people (for X harm alcohol has workers) on them & their With young people communities. create appropriate, To provide young locally relevant people with inputs and consistent & resources. relevant messages Provide annual 3 session input to all around alcohol S1s in 3 secondary misuse. schools. To provide young Identify ways forward ACTION MAIN OUTPUTS LEAD OFFICER START & MEASURE OF RESOURCES RISK & ORGANISATION FINISH PROGRESS ASSUMPTIONS & SUCCESS families with in engaging with children with parents on alcohol similar messages misuse. in early years 2 drop-in sessions settings. per week to support young people presenting with alcohol misuse issues (for X people) Increase support to Seek family John Palmer, PHP, April 2010 North East Early High risk children and families addiction worker to NEE LHP ?? Years Forum affected by family work with early years Medium impact substance abuse providers in Leith area. Seek greater support for children suffering family substance abuse through either CEC H&SC or CEC C&F Social Work Provide additional X crèche places for children affected by family substance abuse. Increase numbers in Aberlour SHELL programme to X people. Increase access to family support in evening and weekends for X people. Develop a partnership X substance misusers John Palmer Jan 2010 Primary Care approach to help become physically fitter, PHP, NEE LHP ?? Keep Well ?? substance misusers eat more healthily, are Edinburgh Leisure access services to meet better socially connected ECFI ACTION MAIN OUTPUTS LEAD OFFICER START & MEASURE OF RESOURCES RISK & ORGANISATION FINISH PROGRESS ASSUMPTIONS & SUCCESS their other physical and and exhibit increased Paths to Health mental health needs, or mental wellbeing. Link-Up improve their lifestyles. Pilmeny Development Project Support community Enforcement action Named Lead October Breaches of Contained within L Low risk safety initiatives seeking against breaches of Person? 2008 – April liquor licensing & BP and CEC to reduce the harm to the liquor licensing L & BP; CEC 2011 regulations budgets High impact community and regulations Trading Standards individuals caused by the excessive availability and usage of alcohol. Promote healthy eating, All children’s groups will Cathy McNaughton 2009 – Feedback from access to healthy include healthy snacks MCFB 2011 young people, ?? ?? activities and promote and some healthy families and healthy lifestyles. activity. other services, such as schools. Work with young people will address risks from Measurement of using alcohol, cigarettes resilience using and drugs. GIRFEC well- being indicators. Work with parents to challenge behaviour which damages their parenting capacity and encourage positive change. National Outcome Relevant National Indicators Context 7 – We have tackled the 11 – 60% of school children in Children and families will be able to access the services they need. Through a seamless primary 1 will have no signs of service they will be able to get what they need, when they want it. This will be delivered by significant inequalities in dental disease. staff who share a common language and purpose in delivering parenting programmes. Scottish Society. 14 – Reduce the rate of increase in the proportion of children with their The outcomes for parents / carers and their children will be increased: Confidence – in their parenting. Edinburgh’s Local Outcome Body Mass index outwith a healthy range by 2018. Optimism – meaning being able to deal with the everyday demands of their children and Improving health care being a parent. 44 – Improve the quality of the Resilience – by finding support systems; being connected to their communities; being experience. healthcare experience. able to access services; an increased ability to deal with difficult decisions in parenting Improving child health. their children. Reduce deprivation. Child protection inspection findings: Increase the overall proportion of Knowledge – of their child’s development; basic needs of their child and how to care for Reduce health local authority areas receiving and nurture them. positive inspection reports. Understanding – of family dynamics and mother, other family members and child inequalities through interaction; how to access support when they need to want it. reduction in differences in Empathy – ability to recognise and understand the needs of others around them, life expectancy and especially their children. illness prevalence Through accessing timely and appropriate clinical and non-clinical services, the health and between different socio- wellbeing of parents / carers and their children will be supported, thus creating the growth and economic groups and development of healthy, confident children. neighbourhoods in Edinburgh. Improve attainment for BME pupils. Improve adult literacy and numeracy. Lead Board Member: Christine Mackay, Children and Families John Palmer – Public Health Practitioner, NE Edinburgh LHP Supporting Officer: Neighbourhood Neighbourhood Indicator Frequency/ Baseline Comment Target (where appropriate) Type/ 2007/08 (if necessary) Outcome Source 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 Longer Term More families provide a caring and As a general indicator of NHS 59.8%in 2005 60% nurturing environment and are care for and health of Lothian / 06 supported in accessing the services children, more five year olds (Edinburgh) they need. have no dental caries when they start school. Fewer children at risk of Moyra exclusion Wilson, Children and Families Fewer children are absent www.sns.g 94.7% 95% Same as Leith NP figures from Primary school. ov.uk attendance city average (95.4% in 2006) Reduction in number of CEC children referred to Children children’s hearings. and Families Reduction in number of children who are looked after and accommodated. HMIE Child Protection Every two 54 (Sept 66 68 (2011) Performance score relates to Inspection score. years, 2007) HMIE grades converted into HMIE points. Targets to be reviewed during 2008. Relevant indicators from CYPSIP research ACTION MAIN OUTPUTS LEAD OFFICER START & MEASURE OF RESOURCES RISK & ORGANISATION FINISH PROGRESS ASSUMPTIONS & SUCCESS All children have a Implement Liz Cregan, Clinical 1/10/2008 to ?? Contained within Low risk systematic check “Health for All Nurse Manager, NEE 31/3/2011 existing of developmental Children no. 4 LHP Edinburgh CHP High impact milestones, with (Hall 4)” budgets care being recommended targeted on the programmes and most vulnerable Lothian Child Concern Model. Vulnerable young Introduce Diane Devlin April 2009 to ?? Contained within Medium risk parents are PEACHIE Public Health March 2011 existing helped with the parenting Practitioner, CEC Edinburgh CHP Medium impact parenting of their programme (3 Children and budgets. children. groups per year) Families Ensure mothers, Mother and baby Ailene Preston 2009 – March ?? Dr. Bell’s Medium risk grandparents, groups are Public Health Nurse 2011 Playbase Medium impact siblings and other available in a Team Leader, NE Home-start carers can find variety of NHS LHP Own fundraising support to help and voluntary them in their roles. sector settings. Advice and 1.70 people will Named Lead Officer? 1/4/2009 – ?? ?? ?? Information receive advice 1. .Dr. Bell’s 31/3/2011 1. One stop shop and information 2. MCFB for advice and per year. 3. Home-Start, information on Aberlour a wide variety Outreach of topics. 4. ECFI Little 2. Provision of Leithers information and short term support. 3. Provision of information about and sign-posting to, appropriate agencies. 4. Little Leither library providing educational information about food and health for local parents. Home visiting X families visited Named Lead Officer? 1/4/2009 – ?? ?? ?? 1. Planned home 1. Homestart 31/3/2011 visiting support 2. MCFB Early service Years delivered by Service, trained staff Aberlour and Outreach volunteers. 2. Intensive home visiting service Parenting support Parents / families Named Lead Officer 1/4/2009 – Reduction in ?? ?? 1. Innovative and per year: D. Bell’s, Homestart, 31/3/2011 number of flexible group MCFB, Aberlour children referred work, 1. Group work: outreach to children’s therapeutic Dr. Bell’s = 30 Dr. Bell’s, Homestart, hearings. and individual Therapeutic: Aberlour Outreach programmes Dr. Bell’s = 40 Dr. Bell’s Reduction in based on 2. Group work Dr. Bell’s number of identified and crèche: Aberlour Outreach children who are need. Dr. Bell’s1 Dr. Bell’s, MCFB looked after and 2. Group work Asian Group Aberlour Outreach, accommodated. programmes (15 women) MCFB supported by Parenting Aberlour Outreach, crèche groups (30 MCFB provision. parents) 3. Parenting Crèche support groups support (6 – Incredible groups) Years and 3. Parenting short taster support courses – groups: Dr. “Behaviour Bell’s 30 Matters” parents 4. Regular 4. Regular crèche crèche: Dr. sessions (2 Bell’s 15 per week) for families vulnerable families. 5. Co-ordination of support and preparation for children returning home. 6. Early identification of families experiencing difficulty, leading to appropriate supports being put in place. 7. Parenting guidance to improve family relationships. 8. Assistance to parents to establish routines and boundaries. Food and Health 1. Dr. Bell’s = 50 Named Lead officer? 1/4/2009 – ?? ?? ?? 1. Group work people per 1. Dr. Bell’s 31/3/2011 programmes in year 2. ECFI Little local schools 3. 200 customers Leithers and nurseries per month 3. Dr. Bell’s with a focus on 4. ECFI Little healthy eating Leithers (“marketed” as 5. ECFI Little cookery Leithers classes) 6. ECFI Little 2. Cooking skills Leithers classes and 7. Aberlour healthy eating Outreach advice in local 8. ECFI Little child and Leithers family centres. 3. Café space which promotes healthy eating. 4. Provision of vouchers for families with children under 5 living in the 15% most deprived data zones, along with healthy recipes and nutritional information, to exchange for healthy food in local shops and Fort Food Co-op. 5. Provision of 5- a-day bags or Little Leither coupons for £1off items purchased in voucher shops for families leaving the voucher scheme. 6. Healthy eating promotions and nutrition sessions for parents and young children in local nurseries. 7. Promotion of healthier eating options by assisting families to cook, budget, shop and prepare nutritional meals in their own homes. 8. Accredited REHIS food hygiene and food and health training sessions for parents. Practical Support Named Lead Officer? 1/4/2009 – ?? ?? ?? 1. Sourcing 1. Aberlour 31/3/2011 material Outreach. resources for 2. Aberlour children e.g. Outreach toys and 3. Aberlour clothes. Outreach, 2. Provision of Homestart information, 4. Aberlour advice and Outreach practical support to improve child safety. 3. Accompanying service users to medical appointments. 4. Practical support to attain higher standards of physical health. Children and Named Lead officer? 1/4/2009- ?? ?? ?? families affected 1. Aberlour 31/3/2011 by parental Outreach substance abuse 2. Aberlour 1. Provision of Outreach comprehensiv e assessment to: assess impact of domestic violence on children, assess impact of family drugs and / or alcohol abuse on children, identify risk factors in family functioning. 2. Relapse prevention and harm reduction work for drugs and alcohol. Provide Parents Evenings Sam Anderson 2009 ongoing Evenings take Partially funded Low risk accessible Development and The Junction place and by Fairer information, provision of resources Scotland Fund Medium impact support and resources devised. Both until March 2010. advice. evaluate well. Provide Leith First Steps Tommy George, April 2008 – Numbers taking FSF grant Low risk opportunities for Project offers Community Liaison March 2010 up physical households in households in the Officer, activity Edinburgh Leith and Newhaven and Edinburgh Leisure opportunities; Leisure Site / staff Medium impact Newhaven to Harbour area the Number of visits; become more opportunity to Numbers physically active, take up free continuing to impacting physical activity participate in positively on sessions at Leith physical activity health and Victoria Swim after initial 6 wellbeing. Centre. months. Information on the Reduction in Cathy McNaughton 2009 – 2011 Feedback from ?? ?? barriers faced by barriers for BME MCFB services and BME families’ people when service users. feedback to accessing services. mainstream services. Invite community Alex Jones Ongoing Number of people SfC resourced Low risk groups to take Local Community / groups engaged part in relevant Planning in sessions. Medium impact consumer and financial related sessions. Provide family Junction Sam Anderson 2009 ongoing Young people and Partially funded Low risk counselling Counselling The Junction parents access by Fairer service Service – counselling Scotland Fund Medium impact Counselling service for until March 2010 sessions information and Phone support consultation Signposting Brief interventions Encourage and Rhymetimes in Jill Marple 24 (April 2009- Attendance at Application for High Risk - Increase Library Team Leader Mar -2010) rhymetimes and Mainstreaming If funding not Bookstart Leith Library events Bookstart Project secured beyond membership and worker to Library March 09 attendance at Storytelling 48 (April2009- Bookstart establishment rhymetimes and Mar 2010) membership events Application to Number of Book Children In Need Medium impact Visit to Clinics 24 (April 2009 – bags and treasure For April 2009 – 2010) chests gifted March 2010 Outreach (£20,000) activities in the community of 80 (April 2009 - North Leith 2010) (rhymetimes and other activities) Create First Steps Tommy George, April 2008 – Numbers of FSF grant Low risk opportunities for Saturday Community Inclusion March 2010 women female only afternoon female Officer, participating Edinburgh Medium impact swimming to swim sessions (3 Edinburgh Leisure Leisure site / staff encourage more – 4pm) costing women in Leith to £1, with free become more crèche service active, more often provided for children under 5. Provide effective Parents will Marise Gowenlock 2009 – 2011 Feedback from Surestart ?? family support become more Multi-Cultural Named service users and service for families confident and Lead Officer? other agencies. Voluntary Trusts with pre-school competent in their Family Base Early and Foundations children, including parenting skills. Years Service Evaluation using intensive home GIRFEC visiting services Infant mental wellbeing and therapeutic health will be indicators groupwork improved. services aimed at building Children’s confidence and development and parenting skills. resilience will be enhanced with positive long-term impact on the achievements and attainments.
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