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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The Taxicard scheme is one of a number of transport improvements funded by Advancing Castle Morpeth, the local strategic partnership.
Ross Weddle, Berwick Borough Local Strategic Partnership manager, will develop a project to supply communities in Northumberland with clean energy.
The Nuneaton and Bedworth Local Strategic Partnership, has been set up to mastermind the plan.
The body is the city's local strategic partnership and brings together the public, private, community and voluntary sectors with the aim of improving the quality of life for people living in the city as well as enhancing the delivery of public services.
The Rt Rev David Urquhart, became the Bishop of Birkenhead in 2001 and chairman of the Local Strategic Partnership a year later.
Funding for the pounds 25,900 scheme has been met by Sutton Cold-field's Local Strategic Partnership, while the YMCA is providing fully qualified youth workers - paid for using the city council's Community Chest Fund - to staff sessions.
It was launched this week by local strategic partnership ACM, with the support of one of its sub-area groups, ENRGI and Castle Morpeth Council's regeneration and partnership unit.
It is aimed not only at people who are about to start work on building healthcare facilities, but GPs and those working for an NHS trust or local strategic partnership or who work within a local authority planning department.
The event is part of the Make a Difference to Your Life project, a collaboration between the college, North Solihull Access to Employment Group and Solihull Local Strategic Partnership.
The plan, set to cater for all ages, was being launched at the Town Hall by the Nuneaton and Bedworth Local Strategic Partnership (LSP).
The organisation, funded mainly by the Local Strategic Partnership, was set up to empower people and raise matters with statutory authorities, as well as distributing funding across the borough.
The event is part of the Make a Difference to Your Life project, a collaboration between the college, North Solihull Access to Employment Group, and Solihull Local Strategic Partnership and funded by the European Social Fund.