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Plan for Fife

Fife Council's research team looked closely at communities across Fife to find out all sorts of information from population changes to employment prospects. We spoke to local people about their priorities and highlighted lots of different issues that you feel public services need to focus on.

Some areas are thriving, some are doing OK, but there are other areas of Fife where there are real challenges. Too many Fifers are living in poverty – and that’s not acceptable.

This new plan puts fairness at the heart of everything we do, bringing services and communities together in new ways.

Though it’s a huge challenge, together, we can make things fairer for Fife by focusing on four key themes in the plan that will direct the work of the Fife Partnership and the Council:

  • Opportunities for all
  • Thriving places
  • Inclusive growth and jobs
  • Community led services

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