Successfully delivering services to our residents involves working with a wide range of partners. This section contains some of the main examples of working with our partners.
Information about the learning disability partnership board, opportunities for adult social care providers, PRIME, third sector volunteering, third sector funding and support and safeguarding adults board.
Information about common assessment, lead professional and information sharing.
Help and advice for the armed forces community. The Community Covenant is a voluntary statement of mutual support between the civilian and the local armed forces community.
Information about parish news, Beverley, Bridlington and Driffield, Goole and Howdenshire, Haltemprice and Hunsley, Holderness and Market Weighton and Pocklington.
Locally-owned partnerships between local authorities and businesses formed to play a central role in determining local economic priorities and undertaking activities to drive economic growth and the creation of local jobs.
Explains what the Local Strategic Partnership is, what the East Riding LSP is and what the sustainable community plan is.
Explains who NEIFCA is, its vision and the area it covers.
The colourful Public Health Vehicle is a joint venture between the council and NHS East Riding of Yorkshire. Its role is to promote and improve public health across the East Riding of Yorkshire. You can use it free to promote healthy living in the East Riding.
Information about Beverley, Bridlington, fisheries local action group, Driffield, Goole, Hornsea, other partnerships and Withernsea.
Information about the rural partnership and the East Riding and Kingston upon Hull.
Explains how the council works with others on biodiversity issues, climate change, waterways issues and what the waterways partnership is.
Information about how the council and its partners can help local people gain access to financial products and services and learn to manage their finances.