Community Charter

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= "a rights-based document that sets out all the things in a local area which residents have agreed are fundamental to the present and future health of their communities".

URL = http://faug.org.uk/community_charter.pdf (Falkirk example)


Example

Concerned Communities of Falkirk

"What is the Charter?

The Community Charter is a rights-based document that sets out all the things in our local area which residents have agreed are fundamental to the present and future health of our communities. These “assets” include a clean environment, our children, our homes, our community stability, a rich eco-system, food security, a healthy economy and trustworthy elected representatives.

We say these form our “cultural heritage”, which must be assessed under environmental regulations for all developments which potentially threaten our “assets”, such as the Dart application.

The Charter also sets out our rights and responsibilities to participate in planning processes that could affect our assets, and to have our views made a material consideration in all related decisions." (http://www.faug.org.uk/campaign/community-charter)