#Let'sTalkLibraries Update Phase 2 | Thu 29 September 2022 at 4:30pm / 5.30pm
As you may be aware Dorset Council are developing a new library strategy which will inform how we develop and deliver our library services over the next 10 years. The strategy is being developed across two phases of public consultation; phase one “Let’s Talk Libraries” consultation ran October 2021- January 2022. We received over 7,500 survey responses and carried out a range of engagement workshops. Phase one Let’s Talk Libraries was designed to be an open conversation with our communities, employees and partners to understand what they value about our service, how we could develop our services and how we can become relevant to those who do not currently use our services.
By listening to all our communities’ views, we have developed a draft library strategy, with mission to: “To Inspire, Connect and Enable our communities through our services”. We are preparing to launch our second phase of public consultation on the draft library strategy; where we will be asking our communities to prioritise the strategy outcomes that are most important to them and help shape what delivery could look like in their communities.
We look forward to updating the next Working Together Webinar on how we want to hear from you and your communities during this important second phase of consultation, to help refine the draft library strategy and shape the future of Dorset Council’s library service.
Library Strategy Briefing Note for Parishes and Towns | Watch the #Let'sTalkLibraries Phase 2 Video
Dorset Council Libraries Consultation Update - 1st August 2022 4:30pm
Following a successful and engaging phase one Let’s Talk Libraries consultation, the library service are pleased to return to DATPC to offer an update on progress.
Dorset Council’s new library strategy is being developed across two phases of public consultation: phase one Let’s Talk Libraries consultation took place in October 2021 to January 2022 and we heard from over 7,500 Dorset residents, partners, employees, Councillors and businesses. The draft library strategy, reflects the wealth of feedback received during phase one consultation and evidence around local need.
During the webinar we will discuss our strategy development process and introduce the draft strategy, including our vision, our mission, strategic aims and desired outcomes.
As well as introducing the draft strategy, we will walk through the work we will be completing over the summer in preparation for phase two Let’s Talk Libraries consultation. Phase two consultation will launch in the autumn; during phase two consultation we will ask our communities and partners to help refine the draft strategy, we will explore what the most important strategy outcomes are to them and what delivery could look like in their communities. This will allow us to prioritise resources and develop delivery action plans by spring 2023.
1: Session Slides
2: Briefing Note
Presented by Liz Crocker and Lisa Cotton | Watch the #Let'sTalkLibraries Consultation Update Video
26th April 2022 at 4pm - Developer Contributions Briefing for East Dorset and Purbeck
Andrew Galpin from Dorset Council presented an update and background to the Community Infrastructure Levy and Section 106 obligations for the geographic locations of East Dorset and Purbeck.
Session Slides | Watch the Video for Developer Contributions Presentation - Purbeck
21 June 2022 4:00pm | Community Resilience Planning & Severe Weather Events
Resilience Planning for local communities is increasingly important and was highlighted especially between Spring 2020 and late 2021 with the COVID pandemic.
Marc Eyre and Nigel Osbourne from Dorset Council's Assurance Team provided an update and insights from recent severe weather events and how communities can start a Community Resilience Plan'
Resources from the presentation and important links to further supporting information will be posted here soon. The video from the webinar can be seen to the right.
PRESENTATION SLIDES | COMMUNITY RESILIENCE PLAN TEMPLATE AT DORSET PREPARED WEBSITE | WATCH THE VIDEO
21 April 2022 at 4:00pm | Developer Contributions North Dorset
The session was held on 21st April 2022 at 4pm and unfortunately we were unable to record the briefing. Slides have been made available and distributed to all attendees and are also available below.
NORTH DORSET SESSION SLIDES
19 April 2022 4:00pm | Developer Contributions for West Dorset, Weymouth and Portland
Andrew Galpin from Dorset Council gave an overview of Community Infrastructure Levy and Section 106 with regard to planning.
The slide in this section specifically relate to the geographic location for this session.
Session Slides | Session Video
22nd March 2022 - Working Together Webinars - Defibrillators
Cllr. Andrew Huggins the Vice Chair at Lytchett Matravers Parish Council shares his thoughts on what to consider when installing defibrillators into your community.
This hour long video covers a variety of topics from the types of machines available, installation costs and ongoing checks and costs. Andrew is happy to answer any queries from other member councils if you are thinking of installing a defibrillator for the first time or adding more. Contact details are on the final page of the information pack below:
Considerations of Community Defibrillator Provision | Session Video
22nd March 2022 | Heatlthcare and Family Hubs
The latest in our series of Working Together Webinars featured two updates from Dorset CCG as they transition into the new Integrated Care structure and Dorset Council on their Family Hubs initiative.
Presenting for Dorset CCG were Frances Aviss and Ben Norman
Presenting for Dorset Council were Claire Shiels and Thomas Fowler
If you want to get further information you can request the contact details for the presenters via email@example.com . More detailed background on the ICS can be read here: ICS in detail
Watch the Family Hubs and Integrated Care System Video