Cross River Partnership

Delivering Regeneration Together
Cross River Partnership (CRP) is a public-private partnership that was originally formed to deliver cross-river infrastructure projects such as the Millennium Bridge. CRP has since diversified to deliver a wide range of externally-funded, multi-partner regeneration projects.

Our vision

CRP’s vision is to support and add value to our partners’ individual activities in the central London sub-region and beyond. 

Cross River Partnership does not deliver statutory services. Rather, Cross River Partnership pilots innovative activities with, and for, our partners. The best of CRP’s regeneration pilots are taken up for mainstream delivery.

Aims and Objectives

CRP is currently delivering a range of regeneration programmes in the central London sub-region, which each contribute to the achievement of one or more of these objectives.

Cross River Partnership's objectives are to create the conditions for, and to contribute to the delivery of:

1. Economic Growth
2. Sustainable Employment
3. Air Quality and Carbon Reduction
4. Quality Place-Making

CRP develops, fundraises for and delivers programmes that add value at a sub-regional level to the individual activities of its public and private partners.

Who we are

Cross River Partnership is a voluntary association of its members.

CRP is a truly public-private partnership and as such has a co-chairing arrangement. Councillor George Gillon Chief Commoner of the City of London Corporation is the CRP Board public sector co-chair, and Simon Pitkeathley , Chief Executive of Camden Town Unlimited Business Improvement District is the CRP Board private sector co-chair. 

CRP develops, fundraises for and delivers programmes that add value at a sub-regional level to the individual activities of its public and private partners.