The Partnership for Coventry is the Local Strategic Partnership (LSP) for Coventry and represents partners from the public, private, community and voluntary sectors.
The Partnership for Coventry priority is “Growing the City and Tackling Poverty”. This priority cannot be addressed by one organisation on its own, but together partners bring their combined resources, energy and creativity to meet the economic, social and environmental needs of Coventry by working together to improve the ‘quality of life’ of local residents and to improve the city as a place to live, work and play.
The Partnership for Coventry is recognised as a mature and well established partnership for Coventry with good working relationships and the effective participation of all partners. Partners recognise that joint ventures and cooperative and collaborative working will give better results, reduce duplication and lead to greater efficiencies.
The Partnership will work together to deliver positive change within the city.
- Growing the City and Tackling Poverty
- Getting People into good jobs
- Raising Incomes and Financial Inclusion
- Early Action and Communities
- Better Understanding and Evaluation
Working beyond Coventry
Although the primary focus is Coventry, the Partnership for Coventry will work with Partners locally and regionally, such as the Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership (CWLEP) on matters that cross boundaries (such as economic development, climate change, housing and transport) and where economies of scale can be achieved by working better together.
For information about the CWLEP visit www.cwlep.com