Councils and the new Local Strategic Partnerships will no doubt do their best, but while the Government continues to deny that we need a regional growth strategy for the North-east, they will have one hand tied behind their backs.
What does LSP stand for?
LSP stands for Local Strategic Partnership
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With an in-depth knowledge of the region, Rev Usher, 39, has served on the Middlesbrough Local Strategic Partnership and is currently a member of the Northumberland National Park Authority.
The new Comprehensive Area Assessment (CAA) acknowledged the wellestablished local strategic partnership where all public agencies come together to press forward improvements.
It has been commissioned by the Berwick's Future Steering Group, comprising Berwick Borough Council, Berwick Community Trust, Berwick Local Strategic Partnership, English Heritage, Government Office North East, Northumberland County Council, Northumberland Strategic Partnership and One NorthEast.
FSB representatives are keen to work with local councillors and other representatives of the business community, preferably through the Local Strategic Partnerships, to develop schemes which use this windfall money to help local businesses without committing the councils to ongoing expenditure in future years.
The pounds 143,000 project is funded by the Neighbourhood Renewal Fund via the town's local strategic partnership and will form part of the national Reassurance Scheme in partnership with Merseyside police, which aims to reduce the fear of crime and improve neighbourhood security.
ERIMUS Housing chief Chris Smith, pictured, is the new chairman of Middlesbrough's Local Strategic Partnership.