What is a place-based approach?
Place-based approaches are more collaborative and connected than traditional single issue approaches. Typically focusing on building on the strengths within a local community rather than weaknesses, they look to support a more holistic and joined-up way of working together to reduce inequalities in opportunity, resources and service provision to improve people’s lives. Listening, discovery and local knowledge are key.

This type of approach optimises available funding and resources for the parties involved, reduces duplication and promotes greater collaboration to bring a range of expertise to a given place to support the communities in achieving their potential.

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