Glossary of terms
[i] BCP Council’s Corporate Plan sets out the council’s long-term priorities, high-level actions and commitments to equality and diversity. It is underpinned by a four-year council-wide delivery plan.
[ii] One Health refers to the interrelation between human, animal and environmental health and the way in which industry, academia and government tackle problems related to it. The Dorset One Health Accelerator will provide resources for local, regional, national and international projects in this area.
[iii] Social and cultural prescribing – sometimes referred to as community referral – means a way in which GPs, nurses and other primary care professionals refer people to a range of local, non-clinical services. It seeks to address people’s needs in a holistic way and supports individuals to take greater control of their own health.
[iv] The Dorset Smart Place Consortium aims to dliver a pioneering programme of outputs including gigabit connectivity, internet of things, public wifi and 5G connectivity across the region, a data platform 'City Brain' and a city style 'App Store'
[v] UK City of Culture is aimed at creating significant social and economic benefits to an area and lasts for the period of one year. The UNESCO Creative Cities Network promotes cooperation with and among cities that have identified creativity as a strategic factor for sustainable urban development.
[vi] UK Core Cities are eleven cities across the UK whose mission is to unlock the full potential of our great cities to create a stronger, fairer economy and society by putting citizens at the heart of everything they do. They believe solutions to some of our biggest challenges lie in the hands of local people and communities.