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Investing in East Sussex - A Joint Strategy for Housing Delivery, May 2010
East Sussex Business Marketing workshop, April 2010
SpeakUp and Talk to Your Partners, June 2009
Tackling Climate Change in East Sussex, June 2009
Better, Connected: The East Sussex Partnerships Event, May 2009
LSPs and the Sustainable Community Strategy, February 2008





Investing in East Sussex - A Joint Strategy for Housing Delivery

25 May 2010, Battle

Following the election and in the aftermath of the recession, with expected cuts in public expenditure and increasing emphasis on efficiency, this event aimed to offer partners the opportunity to rethink housing delivery and consider joint approaches across East Sussex. Over 60 people from a range of organisations attended including housing associations, developers, local authorities, parish councils and voluntary organisations.

Programme
Notes and outcomes of the event
Setting the Scene, Graham Maunders
Local Invesment Plan, Andrew Palmer, Hastings Borough Council
The Single Conversation, Bruce Voss, Homes and Communities Agency
Rural best practice, Tom Warder, Action in rural Sussex
Rent to Buy Home Ownership, Andrew Brader, Orbit Homes



East Sussex Business Marketing workshop

21 April 2010, Hastings

A joint LSP event organised by Locate East Sussex, to explore whether there is an opportunity to work together more effectively to encourage business investment into, and economic expansion within, the county in order to combat the effects of recession.

Read the workshop report

As you will see from the report, there are a number of issues that were also identified that are outside Locate's remit and these will be considered as we put together the Local Economic Assessment and revised Economic Strategy for East Sussex in coming months. The Strategy will be agreed by the East Sussex Strategic Partnership who will be informed by the extensive Annual Business Survey and the recently re-launched East Sussex Business Board. If you would like further details of this work please contact Kieran McNamara, Assistant Director Economy and Community Services, ESCC; call 01273 481264, or email kieran.mcnamara@eastsussex.gov.uk
 


SpeakUp and Talk to Your Partners
15 June 2009, Hastings

An event aimed at raising awareness of both the work of Local Strategic Partnerships and the representation structures of the Voluntary and Community Sector.  Delegates werel able to meet, discuss and network with others, as well as participate in discussions with key representatives and visit information displays.

View the programme, and visit the Ask Casper website for post-event details.

For this event, each LSP published a case study on a recent project that it had undertaken to showcase the work of LSPs:
ESSP Case Study: The East Sussex Volunteer Development Project
Eastbourne Strategic Partnership Case Study: The Devonshire Project
Hastings & St Leonards LSP Case Study : Neighbourhood Forums
Lewes District Strategic Case Study: Local Area Partnerships
Rother LSP Case Study : Local Area Action Plans Support Programme
Wealden LSP Case Study: Involving Partners with the Development of the Local Development Framework (LDF)

As well as providing copies of two summary leaflets:
Pride of Place Summary Leaflet 
Local Strategic Partnerships and the Sustainable Community Strategy in East Sussex



Local Action: Tackling Climate Change in East Sussex

Wednesday 24 June 2009

An East Sussex Climate Change Conference, organised by and for the six Local Strategic Partnerships in East Sussex, in partnership with the Environment Agency. Please click on the links below for conference materials.

Programme
Managing Your Organisation - Ed Horgan, Briar Associates
Delivering Services - Gary Walsh, East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service
The East Sussex Local Area Agreement , Chris Wick and Simon Hickmott
Case Study: Nuffield Hospital
Case Study: School Travel Plans
Case Study: Carbon Managment Action Plan
Case Study: Sussex Enterprise
Case Study: Council House Retrofitting
Case Study: Energy Management in Sheltered Accommodation
Case Study: Water and Resource Efficiency Project for Schools
Case Study: Emerson College
Case Study: Changing Behaviour at the Environment Agency - factsheet and survey
Case Study: The 21st Century Rural Community
 


Better, Connected: The East Sussex Partnerships Event

18 May 2009, Hastings

This event, which aimed to improve communication between the six LSPs and their connected thematic partnerships, enjoyed a fantastic turnout of 72 delegates, representing over 38 different partnerships across East Sussex. It was jointly organised by the six LSPs in East Sussex, through pooled development funding from an organisation called Progress through Partnership (PtP) .

Please find all the papers and presentations from the day below:

 


LSPs and the Sustainable Community Strategy

5 February 2008

A conference for members of the six LSPs and elected members in East Sussex, to demonstrate how LSPs work in partnership together and to help develop and increase elected member understanding of and engagement in the work of LSPs, notably the Sustainable Community Strategy for East Sussex.

Event report