C2022 Themes, Projects and Strategic Links content The C2022 programme will be made up of some new and existing project reviews, grouped around the City Plan and Council plan Strategic Priorities. The following projects will form the core of the programme over the next 4 years to help deliver the priorities of the City Plan. As the Council is a key part of the city wide partnership, there will be other transformation programmes running in the city which the C2022 programme will link directly with and be informed other partners’ transformation programmes, in particular those of the Integrated Health & Social Care Partnership and Leisure & Culture Dundee. The pages that follow set out the individual projects and their objectives under each theme. Each of these project reviews will be carried out using the Changing for the Future model with the aim of delivering robust business cases, proposing how the services can be designed or re-designed, using partnerships or commission (where appropriate), best use of technology and our people and resources (in line with our People Strategy). Service Design Partnership and Commissioning Digital People and Resources Other City Transformation Programmes The C2022 programme will be a programme for the city of Dundee. In order to achieve this, the programme will need to link with and be heavily informed and influenced by other key partner transformation programmes in progress in the city to ensure that we are all working towards the same shared vision for the city laid out in the city plan. The Dundee Integration Joint Board has required the Dundee Health and Social Care Partnership (DHSCP) to set out a robust governance structure to ensure the delivery of the Integration Joint Board's Transformation Programme and this has led to the development of the Transformation Delivery Group. The purpose of the Transformation Delivery Group is to oversee, support and ensure the delivery of and the realisation of the transformation programme. The success of the transformation programme is measured against achieving the vision and strategic priorities set out in the DHSCP Strategic and Commissioning Plan 2016 - 2021, within the financial framework and resources delegated to the Health and Social Care Partnership. There are several areas of synergy between the vision and strategic priorities set out within the DHSCP Strategic and Commissioning Plan 2016 - 2021 and the vision and key priorities set out in City Plan for Dundee 2017-2026, particularly around the strategic themes of tackling poverty, reducing substance misuse and improving health and wellbeing. The business of the Transformation Delivery Group is therefore to support and report on the progress being made within the following approved strategic themes for change: policy changes models of support person centred care early intervention and prevention and maximising resources These interventions fit clearly with the individual and shared strategic priorities of the DHSCP as noted below: Health Inequalities Early Intervention/Prevention Person Centred Care and Support Carers Localities & Engaging with Communities Building Capacity Models of Support, Pathways of Care Managing Our Resources Effectively Fundamental to achieving these strategic priorities will be the continued investment in delivering person centred care, building capacity with individuals, families and communities, as well as tackling health inequalities and supporting carers within the context of a locality or as part of a community of interest. The Transformation Programme for Leisure and Culture Dundee will continue to be implemented, and contains the following priority areas for strategic review and investment: Full review of assets Exploring partnership opportunities with Council Future investment review Reviewing City Box Office Citizen Card for Dundee Cultural Sector As these programmes are established and grow the C2022 programme will become an essential support and partner to them and all programmes will aim to support each other in their delivery.