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    Territory Partnering Board
    hub South West has continued to build on previous years in both pipeline growth and strategic services commissions, while supporting South West Territory participants in meeting their challenges.
In 2022/23 challenges have emerged with respect to rising inflation and availability of supply chain. However, the nature of the partnership between participants, hub South West and the hub supply chain has allowed these challenges to be addressed as effectively as possible, which is a unique benefit of the hub model.
hub South West has worked hard, managing supply chain members to ensure availability of resource and skills to deliver participant requirements.
In addition, this year has brought a greater focus
on sustainable solutions and the delivery of quality. Consequently, hub South West has held a number of events with both participants and key suppliers to improve knowledge and awareness, and ensure that
Cutty-Sark Centre Official Opening March 2023 South Ayrshire Council
we are in the best possible position to manage these requirements effectively.
It should be acknowledged that hub South West have been a key supporter of the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) Quality Collaboration Activity, providing time and resource and this is greatly appreciated.
Looking forward to 2023/24, no doubt other challenges will arise, however the strength of the partnership will stand all in good stead to meet these head on.
Bill Martin
Territory Programme Director
    Riverbank Community Hub North Lanarkshire Council
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