Local Strategic Partnership


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Local Strategic Partnership

An arrangement in the UK involving members of the public, private, community and voluntary sector organisations, which allocate funding and address various problems affecting local services and communities, as well as strategies and initiatives to solve them, especially as related to underserviced areas. LSPs were established by the government to match local authority boundaries and support regeneration, improve public services and tackle issues of greatest concern to a local population.
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Council leader Brian Spencer, chairman of the Local Strategic Partnership, was pleased with the result.
The executive board would also like to take this opportunity to correct the inaccuracies in the aforementioned article, namely, Be Birmingham is not a think tank but is the local strategic partnership for Birmingham tasked by government to deliver the Local Area Agreement.
That is why Birmingham has prepared its climate change response at a city-wide level, through Local Strategic Partnership Be Birmingham, and used innovative educational events to help the public understand how they can contribute to carbon reduction and efficient energy use.
The pounds 143,000 project is funded by the Neighbourhood Renewal Fund via the town's local strategic partnership and will form part of the national Reassurance Scheme in partnership with Merseyside police, which aims to reduce the fear of crime and improve neighbourhood security.
Built using Intergraph's GeoMedia WebMap, Plymouth Informed fills a gap for accurate and reliable citywide intelligence that the local strategic partnership, Plymouth 2020, requires in its quest to develop the economy of the city and renew urban and neighborhood areas.
7m is being invested in the programme through South Tyneside Local Strategic Partnership.
During that time it has been funded on a temporary basis from a number of different sources including Centro-WMPTA, the local authorities in Birmingham, Solihull and Walsall, Advantage West Midlands and the Birmingham Local Strategic Partnership.
Priority areas have been identified by members of the Warwickshire local strategic partnership, who have worked with AWM and Warwickshire County Council.
This project has now gained Excellence Wales status for its work in leading Gwynedd's communities as part of the Local Strategic Partnership - a partnership of key Gwynedd agencies which work together under one banner to improve services and make Gwynedd a better place to live.
Wirral local strategic partnership has been given the seal of approval from central government, making it eligible to receive money to improve the quality of life for residents.
ERIMUS Housing chief Chris Smith, pictured, is the new chairman of Middlesbrough's Local Strategic Partnership.
But it has been funded on a temporary basis from a number of different sources including Centro-WMPTA, local authorities in Birmingham, Solihull and Walsall, Advantage West Midlands and the Birmingham Local Strategic Partnership.