DEVOLUTION & TRANSFORMATION
We support councils in their response to the public sector reform agenda and councils’ transformation programmes to create more efficient or alternative service delivery models.
We have helped a range of local authorities including Manchester and the Greater Manchester Combined Authority, the Wirral, and a group of south west local authorities to redefine their public sector reform programmes to ensure effective delivery.
We also support Government’s wider public sector reform agenda to create shared services and more efficient delivery models. Recent work with Manchester City Council’s Troubled families and Health & Social Care Programme has played a pivotal role in an ongoing programme of work to redefine how these services will be delivered more effectively across the city.
Local Partnerships has worked with Manchester City Council and its local partners on a ground breaking, multi-agency, cross-council initiative to reshape, improve and cut the costs of delivering local public services.
OUR OTHER SERVICES
Commissioning In Local Goverment A research project for Local PartnershipsOverviewIn October 2014 Local Partnerships engaged Public Intelligence to undertake research into the state of local government commissioning. The aim of the research was to better understand commissioning practice
Think Piece – Launching alternative service delivery models in local governmentOverviewLocal Partnerships has wide experience of working with local public bodies as they consider how to deliver services in a different way. We believe there are five stages to establishing an alternative service delivery model.
Cutting the costs and improving services for Manchester’s troubled familiesOverviewLocal Partnerships has worked with Manchester City Council and its local partners on a ground breaking, multi-agency, cross-council initiative to reshape, improve and cut the costs of delivering local public services
Impact - more than just a good storyOverviewAspire Wellbeing and CHUMS are two of six social ventures with whom Local Partnerships worked utilising funding from the Cabinet Office’s Impact Readiness Funds.
Encouraging Potential: Inspiring Change Meet “Epic”OverviewEpic CIC is an employee-led mutual formed from the Youth Services at the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) and “spun-out” in January 2014.
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