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The People’s Development Trust

The People’s Development Trust is committed to ensuring that it secures the best possible opportunities and benefits for the people of the area, and supports the long term regeneration of the area.  This commitment forms the basis of the ongoing vision for the future development of the People’s Development Trust: To act as a vehicle to ensure that maximum community benefit and a lasting legacy is secured from the planned Regeneration Programmes and Commonwealth Games within designated communities in the East End of Glasgow

Aims

• Aim One – Acting as a vehicle for the involvement of local people in the regeneration process;
• Aim Two – Owning, managing and operating a range of community facilities for the benefit of local people Aim Three – Developing and delivering a range of economic, social, and environmental services in response to local needs.
• Aim Four – Generating income and building the asset base for re-investment in the local community.

Priorities

Based on the issues and opportunities facing the area, the People’s Development Trust will undertake a range of activity to provide ongoing support within the local community, whilst at the same time working towards supporting the long-term regeneration of the area.  It is recognised that Dalmarnock will be one of the main beneficiaries from the regeneration activity undertaken as part of the Commonwealth Games and other regeneration initiatives.

The Community Development Trust proposes to undertake a range of work over the short / medium term and the long term, and ensure that local residents are continually consulted and involved in identifying local needs, and in developing local services and responses. 

For further info, contact:

The People's Development Trust
The Dalmarnock Centre
3 Lily Street
Glasgow
G40 3HE
Tel: 0141-556 4776
Website: www.peopledeveloptrust.co.uk

 


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Company Registration No. 278156. Scottish Charity No. SC 029210