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Hackney Community Strategy Partnership
The Hackney Community Strategy Partnership is our local strategic partnership board. It ensures that we, and the organisations that work with us, are working towards our collective vision for Hackney.
We consider the whole borough and work across organisations, to looking at the big challenges are that no single organisation or partnership can solve on its own, and work towards solving them together.
The board aims to:
- set clear priorities for how our partners work towards the vision set out in the community strategy and review them every year
- work out what our partners need to do to achieve our joint aims, and influence and shape the agendas for formal partnerships when needed
- enable businesses, voluntary and community organisations and residents to play their part in delivering our priorities for Hackney
The board membership is made up of key officers from the Council and our key local partner agencies eg the police and representatives from the business and voluntary sectors.
- Mayor Philip Glanville, Mayor of Hackney (Chair)
- Cllr Anntoinette Bramble, Deputy Mayor and Cabinet member for education, young people and children’s social care
- Tim Shields, chief executive, Hackney Council
- Ian Williams, group director finance and resources, Hackney Council
- Anne Canning, group director children, adults and community health, Hackney Council
- Kim Wright, group director, neighbourhoods and housing, Hackney Council
- Cllr Feryal Demirci, Deputy Mayor and Cabinet member for health, social care, transport and parks
- Cllr Guy Nicholson, Cabinet member for planning, business and investment
- Cllr Caroline Selman, Cabinet member for community safety, policy, and the voluntary sector
- Cllr Carole Williams, Cabinet member for employment, skills and human resources
- Gerry McDonald, principal of New City College (Education, employment and skills)
- director of public health, Hackney Council, (Health and wellbeing) – position vacant
- David Maher, managing director, City & Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group (Health and wellbeing)
- Jim Gamble, chair of City and Hackney Children’s Safeguarding Board
- Adi Cooper, chair of City and Hackney Adult Safeguarding Board
- Sue Williams, Metropolitan Police base commander and co-chair of the Hackney Community Safety Partnership
- Richard Hardie, senior advisor UBS UK, business sector
- Jake Ferguson, chief executive Hackney CVS, voluntary sector providers
The community strategy partnership board meets every year in the autumn.
- actions agreed
- first board meeting agenda and papers – 26 February 2018
- Key points raised and actions
- presentation – an introduction to the draft community strategy – 26 February 2018
- presentation – employment and skills 26 February 2018
Community partnerships in Hackney
We are proud of the innovative and successful work done in recent years by Hackney’s excellent local partnership boards and its community networks, such as the Young Black Men Programme, the Integrated Gangs Unit, our local safeguarding boards and the integrated commissioning of local health and care services. Our approach to the big issues we face continues to be built on the successes and learning from this collaboration.
Local community partnership boards
- Community safety partnership
- Health and wellbeing board
- Children’s safeguarding board
- Safeguarding Adults Board
Other community partnership work
- Improving outcomes for young black men
- community grants
- Hackney Armed Forces community covenant
- Hackney Compact
- Pembury Children’s Community
- Integrated communities programme
- Community safety partnership
Team Hackney was Hackney’s previous local strategic partnership. It was established over ten years ago and was relaunched in April 2013 with a fresh set of principles, a new way of assessing progress and a more coordinated approach to community insight. It builds on the very strong partnership ethos which has been established and maintained in recent years.
- Team Hackney agenda and papers 29 June 2015
- Team Hackney minutes 29 June 2015
- Team Hackney papers 29 June 2015
Team Hackney annual partnership event 2014
- Team Hackney annual partnership event 2014 agenda
- growth and change in Hackney infographic 2014
- Team Hackney annual partnership event 2014 record
- Team Hackney board papers 15 January 2014
- background paper final data digest outcomes for young black men
November 2013 – young black men workshop
- leadership board forward plan 2013-2014
- list of workshop participants
- workshop character biographies
- workshop on young black men 20 November 2013
Hackney: the next chapter
In June 2013 Team Hackney organised an event to consider the key trends and challenges facing the borough: Hackney: the next chapter. It identified shared issues and proposed solutions and actions so that residents can benefit from the opportunities available locally.