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LINks Stakeholder Event: 18 th February 2008 Bolton’s Local Strategic Partnership (LSP). Margaret Appleton Bolton Council. What is a Local Strategic Partnership?. The LSP brings together key organisations from the Public, Private and Voluntary, Community and Faith (3 rd ) Sectors

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links stakeholder event 18 th february 2008 bolton s local strategic partnership lsp

LINks Stakeholder Event: 18th February 2008 Bolton’s Local Strategic Partnership(LSP)

Margaret Appleton

Bolton Council

what is a local strategic partnership
What is a Local Strategic Partnership?
  • The LSP brings together key organisations from the Public, Private and Voluntary, Community and Faith (3rd) Sectors
  • It develops and agrees a Community Strategy or plan for the Borough: Bolton: Our Vision 2007 – 2017
  • LSPs promote ‘strategic’, partnership working to improve the local quality of life
  • In Bolton, the LSP is the Bolton Vision Partnership, including:
    • Vision Steering Group
    • Six thematic partnerships
    • Children’s Trust
    • Sustainable Development Forum
    • LAA Agencies Group
benefits of the lsp
Benefits of the LSP
  • The vision, aims and priorities for Bolton areagreed by all
  • Clear objectives set out in the Sustainable Community Strategy: Bolton: Our vision 2007-2017
  • Partners’ individual plans contribute to the agreed aims and priorities
  • Working in partnership is the best way to tackle the most challenging issues; individual organisations cannot tackle these alone

Council + Partners working together =

Better outcomes for the people of Bolton

bolton our vision 2007 2017
Bolton: Our Vision 2007 - 2017
  • One Vision: “Bolton in 2017 will be a place where everyone has an improved quality of life and the confidence to achieve their ambitions”
  • Two main aims:
    • To narrow the gap between the most and the least well off
    • To ensure economic prosperity
  • Six priority themes:
    • Healthy
    • Achieving
    • Prosperous
    • Safe
    • Cleaner and greener
    • Strong and confident
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Bolton: Our Vision 2007 - 2017
  • Healthy Bolton: The priorities :
    • Narrow the health gap by improving the health of those living in the least well off areas
    • Address the causes of ill health
    • Tackle drugs and alcohol misuse
    • Promote independence
    • Increase physical activity and sports participation
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Bolton: Our Vision 2007 - 2017
  • The Health Partnership:
    • Council
    • PCT
    • Hospital Trust
    • Bolton, Salford & Trafford Mental Health Trust
    • CVS
    • Health & Care Forum/Health & Care Together
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Bolton: Our Vision 2007 - 2017
  • Includes indicators and targets for 3, 5 and 10 years
  • 3 Year Delivery Plan
    • Including Local Area Agreement (LAA) with up to 51 targets

agreed with Government as important priorities

  • Agencies’ own plans (e.g. Council Plan)
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