Partners we commission services from
The council commissions some of its services from other bodies and works in partnerships with those bodies to ensure services are delivered in accordance with agreed standards. The following is a list of the council's key partners.
Rochdale Boroughwide Cultural Trust - provider of arts, sport and heritage services in the Rochdale borough as commissioned by Rochdale Borough Council under a Partnership Agreement.
Rochdale Boroughwide Housing
All council houses have been transferred to Rochdale Boroughwide Housing (RBH). Rochdale Borough Housing is now a registered provider. All social rented housing needs are met by registered providers in the area.
Rochdale Development Agency (RDA)
RDA - the lead organisation driving regeneration and development in Rochdale. Established in 1993 by Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council, the
RDA was set up as a not-for-profit company to take a lead role in driving regeneration and development within the borough. Whilst the
RDA has strong links with the commercial sector, it maintains close links with its local council and has appointed specific representatives on its board believing that this cooperation is vital in delivering the borough’s vision for the future.
Rochdale Borough Council works with Agilisys delivering IT and customer services.
We also work with a number of voluntary and community groups in the local area that help deliver a range of services.
Local strategic partnerships
The council has formed partnerships/committees with other public and voluntary sector agencies to set the strategic direction for the community, including health and wellbeing and the safeguarding of children and adults. The following lists the key strategic partnerships in which the council has a leading role.
Rochdale Safer Communities Partnership
The Rochdale Safer Communities Partnership is a statutory partnership established in October 2000. Its purpose to tackle crime and disorder on a multi-agency basis across the borough of Rochdale.
Health and Wellbeing Board
The Health and Wellbeing Board is a Committee of the council established under s194 of the Health and Social Care Act 2012. The Health and Wellbeing Board will lead the improvement of the health and wellbeing of the borough population, with a specific focus on tackling health inequalities. The Board will join up commissioning strategies across the NHS, social care, public health and other partners that contribute to health and wellbeing. The Board will have an agreed vision, strategy and delivery plan to keep the business of the Board focused and ambitious.
Children and Young People's Partnership
The Children and Young People's Partnership ('the Partnership') is the successor to the former Children's Trust Board. It's a strategic partnership of key agencies in Rochdale to deliver a collaborative approach to improving and delivering services to children and young people in the borough.
The Partnership sets the strategic vision for children and young people, providing leadership and challenge and has incorporated this into a refreshed Children and Young People's Plan for 2013-2014 (as the final year of the Children's Trust Board's Strategic Plan for 2011-2014).
Rochdale Safeguarding Children Board
Information and advice about safeguarding children in the borough of Rochdale.
Rochdale Safeguarding Adults Board
The Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Adults Board (RBSAB) is a partnership of statutory and non-statutory organisations. It is committed to Safeguarding Adults and will continue to work towards establishing a society where there is zero tolerance to adult abuse.
Other agencies we work with
NHS Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale Clinical Commissioning Group (HMR CCG)
Led by GPs and health professionals who decide how the local healthcare budget is spent and to make sure quality services are provided in the borough.
Co-operative Councils' Innovation Network
The Co-operative Councils' Innovation Network (CCIN) is a collaboration between local authorities who are committed to finding better ways of working for, and with, local people for the benefit of their local community. As a member of the CCIN, we help to develop innovative new approaches to turning cooperative principles into local practice.