What is a Local Strategic Partnership?
A Local Strategic Partnership (LSP) is a single body that brings together different parts of the public, private, business, community, and voluntary sector to work together in one locality (usually the local authority defined area) to improve the quality of life for people in that area.
They provide an overarching co-ordination role in ensuring that resources are better allocated at the local level. They are responsible for developing and implementing the local strategy for their area, the Sustainable Community Strategy.
Local Strategic Partnerships are non-statutory in nature.
About "The Redditch Partnership"
Redditch Partnership brings together representatives from public, private, community and voluntary agencies to work together effectively to deliver a range of local projects, services and initiatives. Redditch Partnership aims to provide a leadership and governing role through sharing information, resources and effort to efficiently and effectively meet the needs and aspirations of local communities.
The vision of Redditch Partnership is:
Redditch will be successful and vibrant with communities that have access to good job opportunities, good education, good health and are communities that people will be proud to live and work in.
Membership of Redditch Partnership is open to any organisation that provides services in Redditch and wishes to support the aims and work of the Partnership. The work of the Redditch Partnership is overseen and guided by the Redditch Partnership Executive Group (RPEG) which consists of representatives from the following organisations:
Redditch Borough Council
Bromsgrove and Redditch Network (BARN)
NHS Redditch and Bromsgrove Clinical Commissioning Group (RBCCG)
Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)
Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service