Our members and partners
Our local authority and NHS members are some of the most innovative and forward thinking in the UK. Our network spreads across the country and draws participation from a range of tiers of local government and wider public sector bodies.
- Adur & Worthing
- Babergh & Mid-Suffolk
- Barking & Dagenham
- City of London
- East Ayrshire
- Knowsley Place
- Neath Port Talbot
- Reigate & Banstead
- South Tyneside
- St Helens
- Test Valley
- Vale of Glamorgan
- Waltham Forest
- Welwyn Hatfield
- West Lindsey
- Westmorland and Furness
- West Northamptonshire
Drawn from both the non-profit and corporate sectors, our partners share a vision for change in local government and work alongside us and our council members.
Bridges Outcomes Partnerships
Bridges Outcomes Partnerships is a not-for-profit social enterprise. It works with Government, community groups and specialist partners to design and deliver vital services that support people to improve their lives, in areas ranging from housing and employment to education and wellbeing.
As a leading UK law firm we work in partnership with big business, funders and SMEs, and provide top tier advice to support the health, education and broader Government sectors.
CitizenLab’s mission is to build stronger democracies by making public decision-making more inclusive, participatory, and responsive.
We deliver transformation that matters to organisations, to public services and to society.
Jacobs Engineering Group is an international technical professional services firm. The company provides technical, professional and construction services, as well as scientific and specialty consulting for a broad range of clients including companies, organisations, and government agencies.
Lankelly Chase’s mission is to get to a place where people want to, know how to and are free to create systems that are effective in responding to the interlocking nature of severe disadvantages such as homelessness, drug misuse, violence and abuse and mental ill health.
Local Partnerships is a joint venture between the Local Government Association, HM Treasury and the Welsh Government. They facilitate change by working impartially to help councils and combined authorities achieve and maintain financial resilience.
Social Finance is a not-for-profit organisation that partners with governments, service providers, the voluntary sector and the financial community to find better ways of tackling social problems in the UK and globally.