An evaluation of the community contracts pilot programme
||4 January 2010
Research, Reports and summaries
||Communities and neighbourhoods
Community contracts (also known as neighbourhood agreements or local charters) are voluntary agreements between local service providers and residents that set out standards of service and priorities for action, as well as any commitments that residents have taken on themselves. This report presents the results of a small-scale evaluation of community contracts, covering lessons about implementation and the impact of contracts on empowerment, local services, local communities, and local democracy.
The findings and recommendations in this report are those of the consultant authors and do not necessarily represent the views or proposed policies of Communities and Local Government.
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