Local Area Coordination
Ralph Broad is leading national work to develop Local Area Coordination as an important dimension of helping communities to stay strong, ensuring people are active citizens and avoiding undue dependence on services.
The Centre has published two key reports describing this work:
Local Area Coordination - this explains the concept of Local Area Coordination, the background to its development and early plans for implementation.
People, Places, Possibilities - this summarises international and English research to date and describes the progress made in the first few years of developments.
Find out more about the Local Area Coordination Network here.
This project is ongoing.
If you would like to contribute with ideas, time or money then please email Ralph Broad.