The Enfield Strategic Partnership (ESP) bring together key public sector organisations, local businesses, community and voluntary groups to work collectively to improve the quality of life for local people.
What we do
Our job is to improve the quality of life for everyone living, visiting, working, studying and doing business in Enfield .
Our second Community Strategy entitled “Enfield’s Future – A Sustainable Community Strategy for Enfield 2009 – 2019” (PDF, 1.2KB) puts the needs of the community at its heart and sets out how the partnership will work together to realise our vision and priorities for the future based on the views of local residents.
Above all, we are committed to improving the borough for the benefit for all.
How we work
There are a number of component parts that together will form the local strategic partnership for Enfield . The diagram below illustrates the structure of the partnership:
* Enfield Network references and includes the Thematic Action Groups (where they are continuing) as well as the wider network of statutory and non-statutory forums operating in Enfield, including Enfield Council.
** Area Based Partnerships refer to the emerging regeneration partnerships in Enfield led by Enfield Council that will address transformation of communities within a defined spatial area.
We have established four clear themes that together will formulate the joined up approach we seek to pursue. These are:
- Supporting people into work
- Connecting young people to opportunity – education, employment and training
- Supporting business and investment into Enfield
- Reducing child poverty (overarching priority)
- Increasing a sense of belonging and community amongst our residents
- Safeguarding and protecting vulnerable children and adults
- Encouraging active citizenship and participation in volunteering activities
- Improving local environmental quality and sustainability
- Improving the health of children and young people
- Helping people live longer by addressing the causes of premature death
- Older people supported to live at home
- Making Enfield safer for our young people
- Addressing domestic violence and hate crime
- Reducing anti-social behaviour
- Reducing fear of crime
Our partners include:
- College of North East London
- Enfield Council
- Enfield Homes
- Enfield Racial Equality Council (EREC)
- Enfield Youth Parliament
- Housing Associations
- Jobcentre Plus North and North East London
- Local Business Organisations
- London Fire Brigade
- Metropolitan Police Service
- Middlesex University
- Enfield Clinical Commissioning Group
- Voluntary and Community Organisations