What is the Redbridge Compact?
The Redbridge Compact is a joint agreement between voluntary groups and public bodies and exists to help the partners improve their relationship for mutual advantage and community gain.
Since the first agreement was established in 2003, the Compact has led to a stronger working relationship between the voluntary and public sectors.
This success was formally recognised in 2010 when the Redbridge Compact was awarded the Excellence Award for Local Partnership Working at a National Compact Awards.
Would you like someone to visit your group?
If you would like someone to visit your group to discuss the Compact please contact Ross:
- Ross Diamond via email Ross@redbridgecvs.net or call 020 8514 9612 at RedbridgeCVS, 103 Cranbrook Road, Ilford IG1 4PU.
What will Compact do?
The new Compact will offer groups a stronger voice for what the sector want and support for what they do. Public bodies will recognise the legal rights of local groups to campaign, comment on, and challenge their policies without fear of funding at risk.
It will strengthen arrangements for involving groups at all stages of service development and service delivery by creating opportunities for their knowledge and expertise to influence decisions at an early stage and enable public bodies to recognise the differences within individual equality strands.
Compact Awards 2015
We are pleased to announce that 5 submissions from Redbridge were short listed and received awards in 2015.
Redbridge Compact and PaVSP annual reports
Redbridge Compact, and the Public and Voluntary Sectors' Partnership have published their reports on their work for 2015 to 2016.
The PaVSP report can be found on the RedbridgeCVS website.
- Redbridge Compact 2015 to 2018 (PDF 2.2MB)
- Redbridge Compact 2015 to 2018 Easy Read (PDF 1.2MB)
- Redbridge Compact resolution disputes procedures (PDF 121KB)
- Redbridge Compact Codes of Practice Checklist (PDF 270KB)