LSPs bring together, at a local level, different public sector organisations with private, business, community and voluntary organisations to address various strategic issues affecting local services and communities
LSPs are non-statutory bodies, which bring together local service providers from the public, private, voluntary and community sectors to work together to reallocate resources and tackle deprivation. LSPs give communities a greater say in the running and delivery of public services by drawing the key service providers into a single partnership with which the community is actively engaged.
a non-statutory body bringing together the public, private, voluntary and community sectors at a local level to improve the quality of life and delivery of services locally.
It is a body set up by the Local Authority who will develop ways to involve local people in shaping the future of their area and in how services are provided. This will be achieved by bringing together under one coherent and understandable set of arrangements local residents, communities, businesses and voluntary groups in order to develop co-operation and collaboration from all stakeholders.
Initiative in every local authority to develop partnership working between public agencies, voluntary groups and business and to more effectively deliver public services.
The top partnership body – often known as the LSP or the town name partnership – that now exists in just about every area but which is a must for neighbourhood renewal areas. It brings together key partnersfrom the public voluntary and community sectors including faith groups. Itis responsible for producing the Community Strategy and should provide leadership for Local Compact development.
A Local Strategic Partnership (LSP) is a single non-statutory, multi-agency body, which matches local authority boundaries, and aims to bring together at a local level the different parts of the public, private, community and voluntary sectors. LSPs are key to tackling deep seated, multi-faceted problems, requiring a range of responses from different bodies. Local partners working through a LSP will be expected to take many of the major decisions about priorities and funding for their local area.(Neighbourhood Renewal Unit http://www.neighbourhood.gov.uk/page.asp?id=531)
Representatives from major statutory, voluntary and business organisations in a district who meet to discuss and plan how their various activities should complement each other. There is a Local Strategic Partnership for each of the 8 districts of Devon and one for Devon-wide organisations called the Devon Strategic Partnership.
An overall partnership of people that brings together organisations from the public, private, community and voluntary sector within a local authority area, with the objective of improving people's quality of life.
Local Strategic Partnerships (LSPs) exist in nearly all local authority areas in England and Wales. They bring together representatives from the local statutory, voluntary, community and private sectors to address local problems, allocate funding, discuss strategies and initiatives. They aim to encourage joint working, and community involvement and prevent 'silo working' (i.e different agencies that share aims working in isolation) with the general aim of ensuring resources are better allocated at a local level.