Improvement Projects

The refreshed Aberdeen City Local Outcome Improvement Plan (LOIP) was approved by Community Planning Aberdeen Board on 26 Feb 2019. It introduces 15 Stretch Outcomes to be delivered by 2026 and 125 shorter term improvement projects, the majority of which aim to be delivered by 2021.  On 1 May 2019, the CPA Board agreed to take a phased approach to the initiation of the LOIP improvement projects over the next three years and approved the CPA Improvement Programme 2019-21

See below Improvement Project Charters for the projects which have started.  The charters provide a high level overview of the changes we will test as part of these projects to achieve our improvement aims. The Improvement Programme Update Report gives you the latest information on live projects that have reached the stage that they are now testing their change ideas.

Project Charters

SO7: Child Friendly City which supports all children to prosper and engage actively with their communities by 2026.

Projects in development

S014: Addressing climate change by reducing Aberdeen’s carbon emissions by 42.5% by 2026 by 2026 and adapting to the impacts of our changing climate.

14.1 Community led resilience plans in place for areas most vulnerable to flooding by 2021.

Latest Project Update

S01: 10% increase in employment across priority and volume growth sectors by 2026.

1.1 Stimulate a 5% increase in the number of start-up businesses in growth sectors by 2021

SO2: 90% of working people in Living Wage employment by 2026.

2.1 Increase the impact and measured value of Partnership wide community benefits programme by 2022.

2.2 Increase the % of people in Aberdeen who feel comfortable using digital tools by 2021

2.3 Increase employer sign up to the Real Living Wage by 2021. and year on year to achieve Real Living Wage City Status by 2026

SO5: 95% of care experienced children and young people will have the same levels of attainment in education, emotional
wellbeing, and positive destinations as their peers by 2026.

5.1 Increase the number of care experienced young people accessing a positive and sustained destination by 25% by 2022

5.2 Increase in the number of inhouse foster and kinship placements by 2021

5.3 Increase the % of children, young people and adults who report that they feel supported when accessing their records by 2022

5.5 Increase by 10% the number of children and young people remaining in a placement between 16-18 years old by 2021; and Reduce the number children who experience more than 1 placement over a year by 2022 

SO6: 95% of children living in our priority localities will sustain a positive destination upon leaving school by 2026.

6.1 Increase the no. young people who effectively transition from primary school to secondary school by 2021

6.2 Increase the number of young people living in Quintiles 1,2 and 3 who achieve a sustained positive destination by working with communities to 90% 2022

6.3 Increase the number of young people taking up foundation apprenticeships to 142 by 2021

6.4 Increase the number of opportunities for parents and carers to gain an insight into how to meaningfully contribute to the educational progress of their children and young people by 30% by 2021

6.5 Reduce the number of winter leavers with no positive destination by 50% by 2021

  

 

SO7: Child Friendly City which supports all children to prosper and engage actively with their communities by 2026.

Projects in development

SO11: Healthy life expectancy (time lived in good health) is five years longer by 2026.

11.1 Increase uptake of a range of activities that enable people with long term conditions to manage their health and well-being by 2021.

11.2 Extend the link working approach across primary care to support 3,000 people attain their own identified outcomes by 2021

11.3 To reduce the percentage of men and women who are obese in Aberdeen City to 20% by 2021 

11.4 Improve the Health and Wellbeing Outcomes for at least 50% of homeless people/program participants (30 individual participants) in the Housing First Pathfinder Program in Aberdeen City by 2021 

11.5 Increase the number of autistic people aged 16 to 25 who are supported into employment by 2021

11.6 Increase opportunities for people who are retired to continue and increase their contribution by 10% by 2021   

S014: Addressing climate change by reducing Aberdeen’s carbon emissions by 42.5% by 2026 by 2026 and adapting to the impacts of our changing climate.

14.1 Community led resilience plans in place for areas most vulnerable to flooding by 2021.

SO15: 38% of people walking and 5% of people cycling as main mode of travel by 2026.

No current projects