Community Matters (Locality Partnerships) meetings (Formerly LAP's)

Details of forthcoming meetings across all Community Matters (Locality Partnerships) in June

Community Matters - Locality Partnership Events - June 2019 (formerly LAPs) these meetings take place four times a year throughout North Lanarkshire.

LP areas





Wednesday 5 June 2019

Market Place 3-6pm, 'Community Matters' Locality Partnership Meeting starts at 6.30pm

Gartlea Community Centre, Hillfoot Road, Airdrie ML6 9PB


Tuesday 4 June 2019

Market Place 3-7, 'Community Matters' Locality Partnership Meeting starts at 7pm

Burnhead Community Centre, Burnhead Street, Viewpark G71 5AT


Thursday 6 June 2019

Market Place 3-6.30pm, 'Community Matters' Locality Partnership Meeting starts at 6.30pm

St Patricks Church Hall (Iona suite), John Street, Coatbridge ML5 3EH

Cumbernauld &


Thursday 13th June 2019

Market Place 3pm-8pm, 'Community Matters' Locality Partnership Meeting at starts at 6.30pm 

Freedom city Church Centre, 6A St Mungos' Road, Cumbernauld G67 1QR


Thursday 6 June 2019

Market Place 3pm-7pm, 'Community Matters' Locality Partnership Meeting starts at 6.30pm

Motherwell Fire Station, 23 Del burn Street, Motherwell ML1 1SE

Northern Corridor

Tuesday 11 June 2019

Market Place 3pm-7.15pm, 'Community Matters' Locality Partnership Meeting starts at 6.30pm

Pivot Community Centre,Glenmanor Avenue, Moodiesburn G69 0DL


Thursday 13 June 2019

Market Place 3pm-7pm, 'Community Matters' Locality Partnership Meeting starts at 6.30pm

Motherwell Fire Station, 23 Delburn Street, Motherwell ML1 1SE

About the Community Matters (Locality Partnerships)

'Community Matters' (Locality Partnerships) is the strategic arm of local community planning and is made up of senior officers from the community planning partnership, including NHS Lanarkshire, Scottish Fire and Rescue, Police Scotland, local councillors, Local Community Forum, local residents and the third sector.

Community Matters (Locality Partnerships) meetings provide people in our communities with the opportunity to get involved in the work of the partnership in a local setting under the 'Community Matters' theme.

Members of our local communities are encouraged to join in the conversation and contribute to debates and forums with officials from council services and partner agencies, as well as elected members.

Each one covers a variety of topics; from community safety to roads and transportation issues, from local NHS matters to the progress of the Local Development Programme.

The varied programme and agenda ensures that many of the issues affecting local areas are addressed.

The work of the 'Community Matters' (Local Partnerships) contribute to the delivery of the Council Plan priorities, which include homelessness, looked after children and young people, poverty and resilient communities

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