The Redbridge Compact is a joint agreement between voluntary groups and public bodies, and exists to help the partners improve their relationship for mutual advantage and community gain.
The first Redbridge Compact was developed in 2003. Since then the Compact has helped different sectors work together to develop policy, design public services and gain funding.
The current Compact covers the period 2015-2018. Implementation of the Compact will be monitored through a three-year action plan. The Redbridge Compact is supported by the London Borough of Redbridge, the London Fire Brigade, the Metropolitan Police, Redbridge Clinical Commissioning Group and RedbridgeCVS and Redbridge Faith Forum for the voluntary sector
The compact is available in different formats:
The full version of the Compact is available here
Download easy read version
An easy read version of the Compact is available here
Printed copy, including large print
Contact RedbridgeCVS on 020 8553 1004 or at firstname.lastname@example.org, or write to us at Forest House, 16-20 Clements Rd, Ilford IG1 1BA.
A BSL video of the Compact will be available shortly.
If you feel that a breach of the Redbridge Compact has happened, the Disputes Procedure sets out what you should do, and how the procedure works.
The Redbridge Compact is monitored by the Compact Champions group, which ensures accountability and addresses non-compliance. Full details can be found in the Compact itself.
Any issues you want to raise?
If you have any issues you would like to raise any issue regarding the Redbridge Compact, please contact Ross Diamond at RCVS on 020 3874 4143 to raise at the Compact Champions group on your behalf.
Annual reports are produced setting out the progress of The Compact.
- Annual Report for 2010-11
- Annual Report for 2012-13
- Annual Report for 2013-14
- Annual Report for 2015-16
Compact at Work
A brief report on The Compact at Work - from Compact Voice is available, which describes how the principles of the 2011-2014 version of the Compact were implemented in Redbridge.