Transformation or bureaucratisation?: the changing role of community representation in local strategic partnerships in England

Bailey, Nick 2005. Transformation or bureaucratisation?: the changing role of community representation in local strategic partnerships in England. Journal of Civil Society. 1 (2), pp. 147-162.

TitleTransformation or bureaucratisation?: the changing role of community representation in local strategic partnerships in England
AuthorsBailey, Nick
Abstract

The debate about the need to build social capital and to engage local communities in public policy has become a central issue in many advanced liberal societies and developing countries. In many countries new forms of governance have emerged out of a growing realisation that representative democracy by itself is no longer sufficient. One of the most significant public policy trends in the UK has been the involvement of community organisations and their members in the delivery of national policy, mediated through local systems of governance and management. One such policy area is urban regeneration. Central government now requires local authorities in England to set up Local Strategic Partnerships (LSPs) to bring together stakeholders who can prepare Community Strategies and deliver social and economic programmes which target areas of deprivation. This paper reviews the key institutional processes which must be addressed, such as representation, accountability and transformation.

JournalJournal of Civil Society
Journal citation1 (2), pp. 147-162
ISSN1744-8689
YearSep 2005
FileBailey_2005_(Sept_2006).pdf
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1080/17448680500337483
Publication dates
PublishedSep 2005

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