The Vision for Community Wellbeing is intended to set out a vision for the wellbeing of the local community for this and future generations. It is developed in consultation with Member Groups following an extensive and comprehensive consultation process. A number of PPNs have already developed their Visions for Community Wellbeing and are using these to inform their work in consultations and Representative inputs. As such, this is a key part of the work of the PPNs.
The process for developing the Vision for Community Wellbeing (the Vision) involves consultations with Member Groups, online consultations, drafting and revisions before a final, robust document can be delivered which truly reflects the views of the PPN.
The Vision consists of six domains:
- Health (Physical and Mental)
- Economy and Resources
- Social and Community Development
- Participation, Democracy and Good Governance
- Values, Culture and Meaning
- Environment and Sustainability
Given the diversity involved, and the extent of the consultations, the Vision can provide a template to feed in to the Local Economic and Community Plans for each Local Authority area.
Cork County PPN plan to carry out this work in early 2022.