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BDP Governance Review:

The Bradford District Partnership (BDP) Board agreed at their meeting on Friday 22 May for a review of the current Partnership governance arrangements to be undertaken.

The review will examine the role and work of the partnership and supporting infrastructures which together make up the BDP, to ensure they support the delivery of New Deal outcomes and shared priorities, meet statutory obligations and provide a clear line of accountability for delivery.

This review will be carried out over the Summer and the findings and proposals for the revised governance arrangements should be presented to the BDP Board at its meeting in October 2015.

For further information, please contact Imran Rathore on 01274 431730

New Deal:

Bradford Council and partners, are undertaking a wide-ranging conversation with local people, communities and businesses about the future of local services, the challenges they all face and the new deal that needs to be secured.

The new deal conversation has been launched because all local public services – the NHS, police, fire and rescue, job centres, schools – are experiencing budget cuts. We are all also experiencing pressure from inflation and increasing costs, and from the rising demand for services as the District’s populations of younger, older and disabled people grow. This means that the Council and partners have less money to pay for the services people have become used to.

Our conversation with the people of the district commences with a series of public meetings for local residents being held across the district, which was launched in Bradford City Centre in early November.

Residents will be able to take part in discussions about the future of the district, and will be able to tell the Council what things matter most to them. We are keen to hear from people what they think they should be able to expect from the Council and public services and what they, and other people, should take more responsibility for.

You can read further information on the New Deal here.


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