The Local Service Board

This page is about the Local Service Board and its membership. If you would like to read about the People or Communities Boards click on the links in the table below: 

       Darren Mepham 

   Chair of LSB

Darren Mepham

      

 BCBC

   Chief Supt. Joe Ruddy

Joe Ruddy1

 

 SWP

 Garry Davies

 Holding

  SWFRS

         Heidi Bennett

 Heidi Bennett

  

 

      BAVO

 

 Stephen Cook

Stephen Cook

  

  

         V2C

 

 Debbie Morgan

Debbie Morgan

 

  

  ABMU

 

 Hilary Dover

 Holding

 

 

   

 ABMU

  Simon Pirotte

Simon Pirotte

 

        Bridgend College

 

    Dawn Blower

 Dawn Blower   

 

      Wales Probation

 

 

Alison Hoy

Alison Hoy

 

 

        Bridgend Business Forum

 

Katy Chamberlain

Katy Chamberlain (1)

 

 Bridgend Business Forum

   Cllr Mel Nott 

Cllr Mel Nott

  

BCBC 

     

    Gavin Bown

Holding  

 

      Natural Resources Wales

 Dr Karen Gully

 Karen Gully

 

        Welsh Government

          Jo Kelso

 Chair - Communities Board

Jo Kelso

 

       Bridgend College

 

 

TBC

       Chair - Peoples Board

 

 

 

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Integrated Partnership Support Team

The Integrated Partnership Support Team is responsible for leading on development activities that support the work of the Local Service Board and its constituent groups. The Support Team have a key role in developing and supporting the implementation of Bridgend County Together (single integrated partnership plan) and leading on the development of proposals for new funding opportunities and new models of working including the  neighbourhood management arrangements which are in place across the County.

The Team is:

  • Mark Lewis - Partnership Manager
  • Siân Williams - Information & Engagement Officer
  • Kate Marlow - Partnership Analyst
  • Michelle Jaynes - Partnership Co-ordinator - People's Board
  • Judith Jones - Partnership Co-ordinator - Communities Board
  • Jean Gregson - Partnership Support Officer
  • Helen Bigley - Business Support Officer
  • Phillip Davies – Business Support Apprentice

LSB Scrutiny Arrangements

An LSB Scrutiny Panel was established in 2009 to ensure that services are delivered effectively and appropriately. In considering the formulation of the LSB Overview & Scrutiny Panel several options were explored. The final model settled on was the establishment of an inclusive but independent LSB Overview & Scrutiny Panel.   Strengthened accountability and scrutiny of Local Service Boards is being addressed as part of the Local Government Measure 2011. More information on the impact of this policy will be made available in coming months.