A City for All Ages is about improving opportunities and services for older people in Edinburgh, removing discrimination and challenging attitudes about older people. A City for All Ages has been implemented through Edinburgh's Plan for Older People and the action plans covering the years from 2000 to 2010.
In 2010 the Edinburgh Voluntary Organisations' Council (EVOC) was commissioned by the City of Edinburgh Council to produce an evaluation report of A City for All Ages.
A report to the Council's Policy and Strategy Committee on the 17 May 2011 describes the findings from this evaluation. The Committee noted the evaluation and significant achievements from the programme and agreed proposals to continue its key assets and to integrate A City for All Ages into existing structures and action planning. A further progress report will be submitted to the Council in 2012.