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LGC Awards - Public Sector Partnerships Award

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In these times, never has advancement and integration between health and social care been of such paramount importance and we applaud the huge effort that the councils involved are going to.

Capsticks are proud to be sponsoring the Public Sector Partnerships Award for a second year where we have the opportunity to recognise the success councils have achieved over the past year.

Capsticks’ health and social care team has experience of both the health and local government sector and can help you to deliver the ground-breaking solutions that now need to be delivered.

The Winner of the LGC Awards 2013 - Public Sector Partnerships Award

  • TRAFFORD MBC
    Trafford Partnership embodies the spirit and power of effective partnership working. It is tackling key issues by driving innovative collaboration to improve services and achieve efficiencies.
    The leadership sets the culture for partnership working across the borough, encouraging all sectors to work together and with local residents, enabling everyone to take action and improve their community. It is achieving great things, making significant improvements to deprived areas and attracting substantial external investment, with the community at the heart of priority-setting, decisionmaking and local delivery.

The strength of the partnership was summed up by: ‘The whole is greater than the sum of its parts’ and the ethos that ‘We all work for the partnership’ and not it’s individual organisations

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Highly Commended - Public Sector Partnerships Award

  • ESSEX COUNTYWIDE TRAVELLER UNIT - ESSEX CC
    The Essex Countywide Traveller Unit (ECTU) heralds a step change in how the public sector works with Gypsy and Traveller communities on sites in Essex and improves outcomes, reduces costs and promotes equality. The ECTU was created to address the poor outcomes experienced by the Gypsy and Traveller communities living on sites and the high costs that are incurred as a result of these poor outcomes.
    The partners participating in the ECTU include the county, unitary, city, district and borough councils; the police; the fire and rescue service; and health partners.

The Other Shortlisted Teams

  • BOSTON BC;
  • BRAINTREE DC, CASTLE POINT BC, COLCHESTER BC AND ROCHFORD DC;
  • CAMBRIDGESHIRE CC AND NORTHAMPTONSHIRE CC -LGSS;
  • HAVANT BC;
  • LEICESTERSHIRE CC;
  • SOUTHEND-ON-SEA BC AND SOUTH ESSEX PARTNERSHIP UNIVERSITY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST;
  • TOWER HAMLETS LBC

The Judges

  • Chris Brophy, partner, Capsticks Solicitors LLP;
  • Kathryn Rossiter, managing director, Thrive;
  • Stephen Baker, chief executive, Suffolk Coastal DC & Waveney DC;
  • Julian Wain, chief executive, Gloucester City Council.

The Public Sector Partnerships Award 2013 is sponsored by Capsticks

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