Single Outcome Agreement

Each Community Planning Partnership is required to develop a Single Outcome Agreement (SOA) to demonstrate how partners are working together to address the key priorities in South Ayrshire.

The first partnership SOA incorporated the main priorities of all community planning partners from 2009 - 2012 and included a set of aspirational local outcomes for South Ayrshire in relation to employment, health, care, community safety, economic development and the environment.

In 2013, the Single Outcome Agreement was refreshed and set out both the priorities and the long, medium and short term outcomes for South Ayrshire.

The first SOA Annual Report (2013-2014) shows the progress partners have made against delivering these outcomes, as demonstrated by the progress measures and how we are actually changing the lives of local people through case studies and stories.

The second SOA Annual Report (2014-15) shows further progress made against the Single Outcome Agreement for 2013 – 2017.

Our first Single Outcome Agreement was officially signed by Councillor Hugh Hunter and Cabinet Minister John Swinney on 29th July 2009 in the presence of our partners.

SOA Signing Main Group