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Argyll and Bute Local Services Initiative

Argyll and Bute Local Services Initiative
The aim of the Local Services Initiative was to:
  • Identify key success factors for social enterprise delivery of public services.
  • Create a set of recommendations that empower social enterprises and public sector to better deliver local services in Argyll and Bute.
  • Provide an evidence base with which to influence key policy makers and decision makers.
In order to achieve these aims ABLSI steering group identified and worked with a number of local servicespaths pic 1 that would benefit from the project.Argyll and Bute Local Services Initiative are proud to have a vibrant third sector in Argyll and Bute delivering a wide range of services and amenities, from social care to cinemas, across our mainland and our 25 inhabited islands. We believe that working in partnership with the third sector, communities and our customers is key to ensuring that services are based on need and are delivered in the most sustainable way.

The aim of the Local Services Initiative was to:
  • Identify key success factors for social enterprise delivery of public services.
  • Create a set of recommendations that empower social enterprises and public sector to better deliver local services in Argyll and Bute.
  • Provide an evidence base with which to influence key policy makers and decision makers.
In order to achieve these aims ABLSI steering group identified and worked with a number of local services that would benefit from the project. These included:

  • Children and Families
  • Coast and Countryside Trust
  • ArtsQwest
  • Kintyre Recycling
  • Adult Care Services
For more information go to http://www.argyll-bute.gov.uk/community-life-and-leisure/ablsi-report or see the attached report.

Download Document: ablsi_report.pdf (1.6 MB)

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