A community that is connected is a place that people and community, as well as organizations, work collectively to offer communal support and assistance to one another. The local authorities’ connected communities approach is related to the local strategy that sets out the wide structure of the way the local government can support and involve communities such as the voluntary, local community and non-secular sector and the several active humanitarian focused partnerships.
Making decisions collectively involves local people having an influence on making decisions, policy and the approach used for service commissioning. This can be a new and interesting opportunity for people to work directly with partners in various communities to examine the problems in areas where lots of individuals’ well-being is linked to natural resources. People can be connected by providing services in different ways because of an increase in service outreach in the area. When a community is focused on connecting people, this helps the local people to connect more with other people. Possibly working with young people in the community who would like to help create social change may very well be important in improving a specific area in the community.