The guidance contains really useful stuff such as using a project plan to divide your workload into manageable tasks and conducting a skills audit to see who is best-placed to conduct each task. This can be really useful if you’re planning something with a number of volunteers, which can seem quite complicated.
This guide was written by Planning Aid England for those participating in the Neighbourhood Planning programme, but we think anyone running a community project could use this well. If you’re interested in Neighbourhood Planning, take a look at the grants and support over on the My Community website, or if you have any questions just ask the My Community Network over in our forum.
Source: Planning Aid England