Community Strategies

View of Worcester from the Cathedral

Sustainable Community Strategy for Worcestershire for 2011 to 2021

This will set out a single strategic vision for the future of the County which will allow those organisations delivering services to priorities delivery in the context of reduced resources. The responses to consultation, on a draft document, in the spring of 2011 have informed the final countywide Sustainable Community Strategy that was published over the summer of 2011.

Sustainable Community Strategy for Worcester

The Sustainable Community Strategy for Worcester is the main vehicle for achieving the vision, “a First Rank Cathedral and University City”. This strategy contains the outcomes the Alliance desires for Worcester, all of which will improve the lives of the people who live in, work in and visitWorcester. This strategy will remain in place until the draft Sustainability Community strategy for Worcestershire is approved.

Sustainable Community Strategy for Malvern Hills District 2006 – 2021

The Malvern Hills Partnership has a vision for Malvern Hills District where residents can enjoy a good standard of living, access well paid and fulfilling jobs and live in houses which are affordable and suit their needs. This strategy will remain in place until the draft Sustainability Community strategy for Worcestershire is approved.

Wychavon Community Strategy 2007 – 2010

This contained the vision and priorities for the Wychavon district from 2007 to 2010.  It sets out how the organisations involved in preparing it would work together to improve the quality of life for everyone who lives in, works in or visits the district. Wychavon District are now working with the Worcestershire Partnership to develop a single Community Strategy for Worcestershire.