Chiltern and South Bucks - Joint Strategic Partnership
The Chiltern Community Partnership was in existence for some years and was made up of representatives from the private, public, voluntary and community sectors. In April 2013, as part of the Chiltern and South Bucks District Councils' programme to develop shared services, the Chiltern Community Partnership agreed to merge with the South Bucks Partnership to form the joint Chiltern and South Bucks Strategic Partnership.
This Partnership has an important role in encouraging community leadership, working together to deliver new initiatives and effective and efficient delivery of local services. It provides a strong collective voice for the many organisations involved in delivering services for the people of Chiltern and South Bucks. By working together, we make the best use of time, effort and money.
So please read on to find out what is happening to tackle the issues local people are concerned about and to read our suggestions for what we should do between now and 2026. We do not pretend that this plan is perfect and we know we are not tackling every issue that has been raised. We really want to hear your views on it - whether we are dealing with the most important things in the right way and whether you have any ideas for other things that our partnership could be doing.
We hope that you will play a part in helping to shape your District and your future and we welcome your feedback on how well we are doing. If you have an issue you feel is of strategic importance to the District you are invited to contact a member of the Steering Group who will raise the issue for consideration.
You can find out more about the partnership, its membership, how it operates and what improvements have been made by clicking on the links below.
Meetings, agendas, minutes and Councillor contact details
Visit the Bucks Strategic Partnership website to find out more about partnership working across the County.