One Nottingham works with a range of partners across the city of Nottingham, including the Theme Partnerships, Area Committees and Area Partnerships as well as Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service , Nottingham Equal, Nottingham City Council and many other public and private sector organisations.
ON reviewed its Governance and Ways of Working in 2011, and partners agreed to continue to work together to achieve the best for Nottingham. The way that the partnership works today is about collaboration and sharing, our aim is that the principles behind our approach will last a long time.
The One Nottingham partnership family includes a number of public service organisations. The biggest partner is Nottingham City Council which delivers many of the services needed to achieve the partnerships objectives. The City Council is the Accountable Body for the partnership's funding, and as a result it is tasked with ensuring democratic and financial accountability and is represented on the One Nottingham Board. The Council provides management and administrative services to the partnership.
The Theme Partnerships are leading on achieving the outcomes in The Nottingham Plan to 2020, some also have other statutory roles they have to meet. Our current theme partnerships are listed below:
- Nottingham Children's Partnership (Including the Priority Families Programme)
- Health and Wellbeing Board
- Crime & Drugs Partnership
- Housing Partnership for Nottingham
- Working Nottingham
- Green Nottingham