Third Sector Strategy Group – Engagement with Council Transformation Programme- Organisational ReviewsHead of Service Appointment and Service Area / Further detail of what is included in the service / What forums or networks are relevant from the Third Sector / What TSSG and other forums want to see in the way of service development, prevention, information sharing, co-location, service integration etc
Schools and Lifelong Learning
Andy Gray / Schools (primary and secondary)
Libraries and Community Centres
Sport, Active Schools, Edinburgh Leisure / Local voluntary sector forums
Edinburgh network for children and young people
IGive volunteering Strategy Group / Better cross reference between health (community health, inequality initiatives and CLD)
Better Communication on role of Community Access to Schools
Mental Health Peer support – for young people
Include mental health and wellbeing for young people
Homeless prevention and education expectations
More support for informal community based learning.
Communication and co-ordination between schools and social care – key for preventive approach
Alistair Gaw / Children Social Work practice teams
Adoptive care, residential and secure care, kinship care and family support
Services for children with disabilities
Children’s partnership +GIRFEC + Integrated children’s services
Youth Justice / Edinburgh Youth Work Consortium (EYWC), Lothian Association for Youth Clubs (LAYC) + chairs and youth managers forums
LAYC ASC Managers forum
Edinburgh Youth Workers consortium
Much more local forum LYSN Leith Youth Services Network
Edinburgh Network for CYP / Ability to seriously have conversations with Youth Work and ASC Sections
More streamlined and effective partnership
More meaningful discussion and actions that demonstrate partnership working
Less biased and more proper understanding from officers about 3rd sector community based services
Support to capacity building of parents/carers of children with disability and their families
Real prevention strategy
Commission of peer support on outcomes
Public Protection and Council Chief Social Worker
Michele Miller / Community Safety
Homelessness and Housing Support
MAPPA / Strategic Homelessness Action Partnership in Edinburgh (SHAPE)
Third Sector Strategy Group TSSG
Network for Children and Young People
Thematic forums x reference IJB / Rethink of accommodation options through shape
Better acknowledgement of partnership with community based voluntary organisations to support vulnerable children and families
Consideration of impact of welfare reform in reshaping services
Maintain young adult specific housing options
Head of Service – Communities and Families
Billy MacIntyre / School buildings and school rolls
Transport for schools
Delegated school budgets / Network of third sector children and families / Better co-od value of ASC role impact on social economy (loss of classroom space)
Housing and Regulatory Services
Susan Mooney / House building programme
Environmental Health / SHAPE
Affordable Housing Partnership
Changeworks work closely with officer level, more strategic engagement required. / Housing to support energy efficient/low carbon housing for existing and new stock across all areas.
Read across between adaptation disrepair and energy efficiency.
Affordable housing for young people, housing options and tenancy rights.
Transport and Planning
John Bury / Community Accessible Transport
Local and strategic development plan
Roads – design, build, maintain
Other transport links / Older People’s Forums
ECTOG (Edinburgh Community Transport Operators Group)
ETAG (Equalities transport advisory group)
Equality and Rights network
ETAG (ref taxi/PHC licensing) / Low carbon active travel
Planning to support energy efficiency/low carbon delivery
Third Sector transport providers that aren’t community transport operations brought into the scope of CAT Review
More integration between older people’s services regarding integrated joint board and transport
David Lyons / Refuse, waste and recycling
Parks and Greenspace
Environmental Health / ECTOG
Community Gardens, Edible Edinburgh and Changeworks (no network)
Strategic meeting with WWF, Friends of the Earth, Changeworks, Sustrans and Living Streets / CEC Passenger operations, service re-design with ECTOG
Working with 3rd Sector (ECTOG to redesign delivery of transport (community) services
Transition of trade waste to social enterprise sector
Exploration of common quality framework – including training for CEC passenger operations and ECTOG
Greater public and community engagement in recycling and re-use to drive quality and circular economy.
Katie Miller (Jan 16) interim Martin Glover / OD Business Support
Employee Relations / TSSG
Older People forum and other thematic networks
Connect to employability – workforce development academy / Short term – Volunteer Edinburgh happy to work with fall out of redundancy redeployment process
Expertise of Third Sector and delivery training
Change of culture in how to engage with people and their organisations (social care)
Status of care workers and collaborative approach to raising profile and making it a career of choice
Training needs of social care workforce on SDS, good practice, outcome focus etc. Training should be delivered with service.
Vacant – Interim Arrangements through Peter Watton and Rob Leech and Corporate Property Board / Facilities Management
Maintenance and repairs
Fleet (council vehicles) / TSSG
TSI / Sustainability integral to asset management , physical and behavioural change
More social enterprise opportunities.
Legal and Risk / Monitoring Officer
Carol Campbell / Legal Services
Risk + Audit
Health and Safety
Hugh Dunn / Procurement
Financial Plan and Services
Pensions and Investment / TSSG / Holistic discussion re investment not just what can Third Sector contribute
Interim - Danny Gallagher / Customer Services
Business Support (admin / clerical) / Vocal voluntary sector forums
Older peoples forum / Outreach discussions where people are
Staff being seen and engaged regularly not just which crisis/problem
Reflection in co-production with relevant groups and organisations on social care direct
Vacant – Interim Appointment TBC / Transformation Team
Freedom of Information
Resilience and Business Continuity
Council Committees and Governance
Elections / Compact
Equality and Rights Network
Mental Health forum
Voluntary Sector Forums / Sustainability strategy connected to delivery.
Long term planning/ holistic approach i.e. no red lines, all services scrutinised and reviewed to get best outcome for citizens
Proper monitoring and evaluation strategy
Capacity building partnership with universities and big lottery through CSR
Joint indicators for successful transformation of services/opportunities and citizen engagement.
Strategy needs analysis across sectors. Practical plans and responses maximising possibility and service
Evidence gathering of effective alternative practical modelling locally and further afield.
TBC / Employability including the Edinburgh Guarantee
Business support and development
International trade and relations
Area Development and Regeneration
City Deal / TSSG
Local voluntary sector forums
Employability – joined up 4 jobs partnership
IGIVE volunteering strategy group
ESEN / 3rd sector recognised as an economic contributor to city
3rd sector academies workforce development
Volunteering/ voluntary sector placements etc.
Wealth created in the city doesn’t benefit disabled people, people with long term conditions and carers – current state of social care.
Social enterprise support, news business models SCIO, CCPs private/3rd sector joint delivery
Lynne Halfpenny (Director) / Festivals
Museums and theatres
Cultural grants and contracts / Desire Lines Steering Group (cultural sector orgs)
Desire Lines Task Group (broader panel that interacts directly with elected members and officials)
Creative Edinburgh (facilitates committed organisations with wider cultural interests. / Desire Lines Report (set out ambitions for broader sector)
Coherent overview of culture across different functions E.g. learning, health and social care, environment.
Clear engagement with sector around developing ideas and opportunities for maximising opportunities
Lesley McPherson / Media Team
Website / TSSG
Equality and Rights Network / Clearer communication of the role of the Third Sector working with the CEC to deliver services in the City.
Clearer communication of the value of the Third Sector economically to the City.
Clearer communication of the disparity in areas of rich and poor in the City and a need to reduce inequalities to create a thriving City.
Clear communication of the Third Sectors input and impact to the City outcomes.
Interim Locality Managers until March 2016
Nikki Conway, Marna Green, Angela Lindsay and David White / Four functions:
- Locality Model
- Disability and transition
- Mental health and substance misuse and public health
- Older people
Substance use network Edinburgh (SUNE)
Older people’s service providers forum
Day services co-production group
Lothian Community Health Initiative Forum
Mental Health Forum
IGIVE Volunteer managers forum
Voluntary sector forums / Much better acknowledgement of role/support and capacity of volunteers which is essential to all of us
MH/WB Preventative services addressing the 10% cut in a different way
Proper monitoring and evaluation approach including noticing emerging stuff
More transparent communication of intention and timeframes
More joined up/collaborative working eg West Lothian day services (OPTIMA) and transport working together – good model to look at.
Implementation of a self-directed support strategy in line with the spirit of the 2013 SOS act.
More partnership working
More capacity building, individual and collective
Real focus on capacity building/social capital/ upstream intervention
Work in co-production needs supporting people/communities to build their capacity to engage on equal Lothian Centre for Inclusive Living (LCiL) champions
Third Sector Engagement with CTP Organisational Reviews – V1