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West Dorset Partnership

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Community Plan 2010-26 cover

The West Dorset Partnership is a partnership of voluntary and community, public and private sector organisations working together to improve the quality of life in the district and is chaired by Paul Everall.

Community plan

The partnership launched the Community Plan 2010-26 (pdf, 828kb) (opens in a new window) in November 2010.

A summary (pdf, 471kb) (opens in a new window) of the plan is also available.

The partnership's work programme is currently being developed.

The Partnership publishes an Annual Report (pdf, 704kb) (opens in a new window) giving progress on the objectives and actions in the plan and other successes of the partnership.

Governance

The West Dorset Partnership's  constitution (pdf, 194kb) (opens in a new window) was agreed in 2008.

Other published plans

The West Dorset Partnership adopted the Climate Change Strategy for West Dorset in 2009.  The Partnership adopted a Position Statement on Fracking in December 2014.

West Dorset Partnership and Local Area Partnership events

Partnership Board - agendas and minutes

Agendas and minutes for the West Dorset Partnership are produced for all meetings and summary bulletins are produced after each meeting.

Board Membership

Partnership network

The partnership has developed a wider partnership network. If you would like to join please contact the Community Planning Officer or complete the form on the Community Planning Leaflet (pdf, 290kb) (opens in a new window).

  • Agenda and minutes of West Dorset Partnership meetings

    The West Dorset Partnership is a group of local public, private and voluntary sector organisations working together to improve the quality of life in the district.

  • Parish Plans - West Dorset

    Many parish plans are being prepared in the district, showing how communities want their parish or village to be now and in the future.

  • Local Area Partnerships in West Dorset

    There are five Local Area Partnerships in the district and they work in partnership to highlight issues or concern, and deliver actions within their local communities (based on the market towns and their surrounding parishes).

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