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Spelthorne Together

Spelthorne Together (previously known as Local Strategic Partnership or LSP) is the overarching body and has members from the public, private, voluntary and community sectors serving on theme groups:

What Spelthorne Together does

Through the Partnership, organisations and local residents are working together to improve the quality of life for people living and working in Spelthorne. The main way this is achieved is through the Community Plan, which sets out how partners intend to improve the social, economic and environmental well-being of Spelthorne.

The Icon for pdf Spelthorne Community Plan 2005-2015 [1.25MB] was launched by Spelthorne Together in July 2005. It has targets relating to the following four themes:

  • Safer Stronger
  • Children and Young People
  • Health and Well Being
  • Economic Development

For further information on Spelthorne Together, please contact the Community Development Manager.

The Local Strategic Partnership (LSP) has three main components, as set out below.

The Executive

This group monitors implementation of the Community Plan. The following organisations are currently represented on the Spelthorne Together Executive:

In addition, there are four representatives of local residents' associations, two from the north of the Borough, one from the south and one from Stanwell/Stanwell Moor.

The Assembly

This is a wider body that meets every year to discuss partnership issues, such as ideas for future projects and monitors overall success.

Anybody can join the Assembly. If you would like to attend future Assembly meetings, please contact the Community Development Manager.

Strategy Groups

These are thematic partnerships that develop and monitor action plans relating to particular sections of the Community Plan and feed up to the Spelthorne Together Executive. The groups are:

For further information, please contact the Community Development Manager.

Children and Young People's Partnership
Economic Development

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