Territory Partnering Board

The Territory Partnering Board (TPB) comprises of a representative from the fifteen public sector partners. The TPB are responsible for monitoring the performance of hub West Scotland (hWS) ensuring best value from its activities. The TPB meetings provides a forum for the open exchange of ideas between hWS and the public sector and serves to improve the delivery of the partnership.

The benefit of the partnership is a long term relationship between the development partner and the client. By jointly delivering a pipeline of work over a long term period, the partnership can build upon successful projects and develop their joint working practices, working with an established, performance managed supply chain.

ThomasGlenThomas Glen is the Depute Chief Executive for Place, Neighbourhood and Corporate Assets for East Dunbartonshire Council. Thomas is the current chair of the Territory Partnering Board, and as the Client representative is responsible for supporting the Territory Programme Director to provide strategic leadership input into the West Scotland Territory programme.

City Of Glasgow College

Stuart Thompson

Clyde Gateway Developments

Alison Brown

East Dunbartonshire Council

Thomas Glen (Chair)

East Renfrewshire Council

Margaret McCrossan

Elderpark Housing Association

Shirley McKnight

Glasgow City Council

John Lyle

Glasgow Housing Association

Laurie Carberry

Glasgow School of Art

Sandi Galbraith

Inverclyde Council

Eddie Montgomery

NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

David Loudon

Police Scotland

Duncan McLew

Renfrewshire Council

Alastair MacArthur

Scottish Ambulance Service

Gerry O’Brien

Scottish Fire and Rescue

Iain Morris

West Dunbartonshire Council

Craig Jardine (Vice Chair)

Clydebank Property

Stephen West

 

This document sets out the Territory Partnering Boards ambitions for the partnership with hWS for the next 3 year period 2016-2019. It is focused upon creating the opportunity to develop a high performing partnership which delivers successful, value for money, facilities for the public sector partners and the communities which they represent.

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The Territory Partnering Board agreed the following key themes to be central to the success of the partnership. Agreed measurement methodologies have been set against each theme, incorporated with the Territory Delivery Plan.

  1. Value for Money: demonstrating value for money develops greater confidence and commitment to the partnership
  2. Partnership: build upon the work to date
  3. Process: The reinforcing and strengthening of the delivery process
  4. Performance Improvement: focus on learning to improve future performance

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