What Vision do you have for our community, for this and future generations?
This September, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Public Participation Network in collaboration with dlr County Council will begin the consultation for the creation of the Vision for Community Wellbeing Statement for our county. It will be a shared vision for the well-being of our communities for this and future generations.
A Vision for Community Wellbeing for This and Future Generations identifies the key issues in the DLR PPN area that are considered important for the community to be “The best that it can be for this and future generations”.
Find out how we will be creating our vision and how you can get involved at our introduction meeting on 23rd of September 2021, from 7.00 pm to 8.00 pm, via Zoom.
Once you register, you will receive the link for the the meeting on Thursday, the 16th of September, and a reminder on Wednesday, the 22nd of September.
This is an exciting opportunity to have your say about the wellbeing of your community so please share the news with your members and join Simone, Colette and members of the DLR PPN Secretariat for the introductory meeting on September 23rd.
ABOUT the CONSULTATION
What is the consultation about?
What do we need for the wellbeing of the community of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown? That is the question being posed and we would like to hear from groups, organisations and people in DLR. Developing a Vision for Community Wellbeing means thinking about what we have and what we need to help our county be as great as it can be for us and for the many generations that follow on from ours.
The Statement aims to capture the aspirations of the local community for present and future generations in terms of six important themes:
- Social and Community Development
- Participation, Democracy and Good Governance
- Values, Culture & Meaning
- Health (Physical and Mental)
- Work, Economy & Resources
- Environment & Sustainability
A Vision for Community Wellbeing for This and Future Generations identifies the key issues that member groups and individuals in a PPN area consider are important for their community to be the best that it can be for this and future generations.It is developed through an open, participative, transparent process open to all member groups and individuals in DLR.
The initial part of the consultation, where we gather feedback will take place from the 27th of September to the 8th of November 2021 and will consist of a series of online workshops and online submissions. You will also be able to make submissions by email and post. Additional information about the consultation will be available shortly on our website at www.dlrppn.ie and will be explained in detail at the introductory meeting.