Chichester in Partnership – Local Strategic Partnership

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Chichester in Partnership is the Local Strategic Partnership (LSP) for the Chichester district. It is an umbrella body bringing together a wide range of organisations from the public, private, voluntary and community sectors. The LSP is a non statutory partnership i.e. they do not have any legal basis to specifically undertake services.

The LSP exists to ensure that different organisations talk to each other and coordinate their work for the benefit of the local area. As well as develop the Sustainable Community Strategy for the area.

Reports and minutes from the meetings are available to view below.

June 2016

Draft minutes from 7th June 2016 – Read more

Agenda 7th June 2016 – Read more

Core Group 22nd March 2016 Action Notes – Read more

Agenda Item 5 – Covering report – Read more

Agenda Item 5, Appendix 1 – CSP Annual Report 2015 – Read more

Agenda Item 5, Appendix 2 – Community Safety Partnership Performance Plan 2016-17  – Read more

Agenda Item 6 – Mental Health Discussion Paper – Read more


March 2016

Agenda 22nd March 2016 – Read more

Agenda Item 2  – CIP Core Group Minutes 16th December 2015 – Read more

Agenda Item 5 – Community Strategy 2016 Report – Read more

Agenda Item 6 – Core Group Forward Plan 201617 – Read more

Appendix 1 – CIP Feedback –Read more

Appendix 2 – Draft Community Strategy 2016-2021 – Read more

CIP Annual Report 2015 – Read more


 

September 2015

Minutes 11th June 2015 – Read more

Report update 11th June 2015 –Read more

June 2015

Core group Agenda June 2015

Agenda Item 2 – CIP Core Group minutes 020315

Agenda Item 5 – Tackling financial exclusion Strategy

Agenda item 5- tackling financial exclusion report doc

Agenda Item 6 Chichester in Partnership Review 2015

Appendix 1 – Chichester In Partnership Themes and Projects

Appendix 2 – Chichester in Partnership TOR 2014

Appendix 3 – update report

Appendix 4 – campaigns calender

For information – Mental Health update June 2015

For information -Chichester wellbeing 2014 15 summary

For information -Community Safety Partnership Progress Report end of year 2014

 

 

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