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The executive board would also like to take this opportunity to correct the inaccuracies in the aforementioned article, namely, Be Birmingham is not a think tank but is the local strategic partnership for Birmingham tasked by government to deliver the Local Area Agreement.
But, by putting some figures on the aspirations, Liverpool's Local Strategic Partnership - branded as Liverpool First - has at least indicated what it thinks is achievable.
Also appearing were rare breeds hill farmer Jane Wilson, the National Farmers Union, Durham County Council, 2D Weardale and Teesdale CVS, the Federation of Northumberland Development Trusts, Haltwhistle Partnership, Teesdale local strategic partnership, Government Office North East, Northumberland National Park Authority, the North East Rural Affairs Forum and the North Pennines AONB partnership.
"That is why Birmingham has prepared its climate change response at a city-wide level, through Local Strategic Partnership Be Birmingham, and used innovative educational events to help the public understand how they can contribute to carbon reduction and efficient energy use.
The plea comes from Chester-le-Street Council and other members of the local strategic partnership.
Put forward by Be Birmingham, the local strategic partnership, everyone agreed that the city's potential lay in its youth and diversity.
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.
The resolution of arrangements to address the formal duty placed on local authorities to promote the well-being of their area, to produce community plans, and to develop local strategic partnerships is in the process of being brokered through WESP, which is considered to be the local strategic partnership for the sub-region.
Newcastle City Council's Enterprise Action Plan 2008-2011 sets out proposals as to how it can work with the Local Strategic Partnership to help boost enterprise in the city.
More than pounds 1.7m is being invested in the programme through South Tyneside Local Strategic Partnership.
During that time it has been funded on a temporary basis from a number of different sources including Centro-WMPTA, the local authorities in Birmingham, Solihull and Walsall, Advantage West Midlands and the Birmingham Local Strategic Partnership.
Priority areas have been identified by members of the Warwickshire local strategic partnership, who have worked with AWM and the county council.