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Local Outcome Improvement Plans (LOIPs)

Local outcome improvement plans (LOIPs) outline key priorities for each community board area that have been identified through a range of engagement processes and are based on the needs of our local communities.

They set out an approach to working with and empowering our local communities, enabling them to contribute to, influence and shape locally identified actions around the priorities to achieve improved outcomes for our areas.

This will help make sure that public sector agencies work in partnership with local communities and the voluntary sector to improve the areas and the lives of those who live there. Working in partnership will also help us ensure that the North Lanarkshire ambition to be the place to live, learn, work, invest and visit is fulfilled.

To find out more about local outcome improvement plans, please email

Page last updated:
12 Apr 2024

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