Hub Territory Partnering Agreement

This will be updated daily to provide the latest available data on COVID-19 in Scotland. . We are active in the South East of Scotland, where our territory includes Edinburgh, East Lothian, West Lothian, Midlothian and the Scottish Borders. . It also supervises, monitors, supports and reviews the evolution of the territory`s strategic implementation plan. . Past data and trend charts for daily COVID-19 updates. Membership in the TPB includes representatives of the various public sector partners, as well as a representative of Hub South East and the Scottish Futures Trust. The Territory Partnering Board (TPB) was created as hub South East`s main performance management mechanism and ensured the best profit from its activities. . For more information about the Territory Partnering Board and its activities, contact Gordon Shirreff, our Director of Territory Programs. Request and response for information in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (Scotland) Act 2002. The role of the TPB also includes the establishment of an open exchange of ideas forum that will allow clients to strategically discuss their accommodation and service delivery requirements and maximize all opportunities for service integration and cooperation across the territory.

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