Skip to main content
Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

Big plans for helping our communities prosper

Stockton Strategic Partnership

stronger

The Stockton Strategic Partnership is a partnership of public, private and third sector organisations working on the key priorities and ambitions for the Borough.

You will find further information on the work of the Partnership throughout these pages.

 

Stockton Strategic Partnership Board

Stockton Strategic Partnership brings together the different parts of the public sector as well as private, business, community and voluntary sectors to work together to promote the vision of a 'A brighter Borough for All - Tackling Family Poverty in Stockton-on-Tees'.

View the Stockton Strategic Partnership Board structure.

Role and Function
Stockton Strategic Partnership draws together representatives to ensure that service providers meet local needs and priorities by planning and working together effectively.

The Stockton Strategic Partnership strives to tackle key issues in the Borough with a commitment to hold a number of themed sessions throughout the year. Themed sessions and events have been held focussing on Family Poverty, Alcohol, the Economy and Health & Nutrition.

An Annual Business Meeting also takes place.  View the film that was created for the recent Annual Business Meeting to highlight achievements from 2015-2016

 

A Brighter Borough For All - 2016 SBC from Ian Paine on Vimeo.

View The Brighter Borough for All Document

 

Membership
The current membership of Stockton Strategic Partnership is comprised of: voluntary and community sector, local ward councillors, members of parliament, business sector and public sector bodies.

 

Health and Wellbeing Partnership

Wellbeing means more than just good physical health. It is also about the quality of the environment in which we live, our opportunities, our lifestyles and social interactions and the accessibility of the services we need.

The Chair of this Partnership is Alan Foster, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Trust.

The Health and Wellbeing Partnership works closely with the Health and Wellbeing Board to address the priorities in the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy.

If you are interested in finding out more information on this Partnership, or would like a chat on how you could become involved, please contact Stockton Local Strategic Partnership.

 

Economic and Regeneration Briefing

The Chair of this Partnership is Tony Campbell, Creative Glass, Portrack Lane, Stockton.

There are exciting times ahead for Stockton, as it embarks on some of the greatest changes in its history, both in the physical fabric of the borough and its economic regeneration.

If you are interested in finding out more information on this Forum, or would like a chat on how you could become involved, please contact Stockton Local Strategic Partnership.

 

Stockton Local Strategic Partnership Interest Groups

Stockton Local Strategic Partnership is informed by overarching groups which focus on particular areas of interest.

  • Catalyst
  • Voice
  • Stockton Residents & Community Groups Association (SRCGA)
  • Disability Advisory Group
  • Stockton Youth Assembly
  • Over 50s Assembly
  • Annual Environmental Forum
  • Area Transport Groups
  • Infinity Group
  • Campus Stockton Collaborative Partnership
  • Local Enterprise Partnership
  • Armed Forces Group

For more information about any of these groups please contact Stockton Strategic Partnership.

 

Housing, Neighbourhood and Affordable Warmth Partnership

Partnership working is a key principle promoted and adopted by Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council.  In September 2016 the former Housing and Neighbourhood Partnership and the Fuel Poverty Partnership merged to become the Housing, Neighbourhood and Affordable Warmth Partnership. 

The aim of the Housing, Neighbourhood and Affordable Warmth Partnership is to bring together all appropriate stakeholders to achieve one common goal:

'To support access to good quality, affordable housing, located within pleasant, safe and sustainable neighbourhoods where affordable warmth is increasingly available to all". 

The Partnership includes representatives from council services, the voluntary and community sector, registered providers and private sector landlords.  It aims to take a strategic view on issues related to housing, affordable warmth, place making and related agendas (such as Welfare Reform) by ensuring these issues are comprehensively addressed, so that housing and the affordable warmth agenda make a positive contribution to the achievement of strong and sustainable local communities. 

Key Documents

The key strategies that the Partnership is functioning to support are the:

The Terms of Reference for the Housing, Neighbourhood and Affordable Warmth Partnership and full list of members will be available here shortly.  

Additional Information

Housing, Neighbourhood and Affordable Warmth Partnership agendas and meeting notes can be found below:  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Can't find it

Can't find what you're looking for? Let us know and we'll do our best to point you in the right direction