Trafford Partnership Board
The Trafford Partnership Board brings together representatives from the Health and Wellbeing Board, Growth Board and Strong Communities Board, alongside business and community representatives and non-Executive Directors.
It is led by a Chair Group of Cllr Andrew Western, Leader of Trafford Council, Reverend Roger Sutton, local faith leader, and Matthew Gardiner, Chief Executive of Trafford Housing Trust.
- To provide oversight to performance of Trafford Partnership and its delivery of the 2021 Vision, the Community Strategy for Trafford and oversee the production of similar agreements in the future
- To provide strategic connectivity, insight and influence to the Greater Manchester Public Service Reform and devolution agendas
- To lead efforts to better align public resources, including pooling resources where appropriate, in order to reduce duplication and deliver improved outcomes at less cost
- To provide overall accountability for delivery against the growth and reform agendas for Trafford
- To provide strong and effective leadership to the Trafford Partnership, by challenging one another, holding each other to account and overcoming any blockages within own organisations
- To challenge the relevant commissioning organisations or partnerships with delivering the activity and services needed to address priorities identified by the Trafford Partnership Board
- To work to integrate relevant data, research and intelligence functions and promote shared understanding and analysis of needs etc. across public services
- To sponsor and monitor progress of key service reform projects
- To ensure effective links between the Strategic Boards (Growth, Health & Wellbeing and Strong Communities Boards) and with localities through engagement with the Locality Partnerships and by facilitating regular networking opportunities
- To escalate or refer matters where there is changing demographic need or issue in Trafford that needs further exploration.
- Ensure community is at heart of what we do by leading on social cohesion, fostering asset based community development and ensuring priorities and outcomes are informed by effective community engagement
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