Cross River Partnership (CRP) is working with Engaged People, to deliver Great Places, through Innovative Projects.
CRP is a public-private partnership working with a huge and diverse network of talented people. CRP works collaboratively with 9 local authorities (of which 7 have declared a climate emergency), 17 business organisations and 6 strategic agencies in central London, delivering successful projects together. Westminster City Council is the lead accountable body for CRP, employing the CRP team and hosting them at 64 Victoria Street.
CRP partners pay £10k annually (for local authorities and landowners) and £3k annually (for Business Improvement Districts). The rest of the £2 million turnover is levered from external funding sources by the CRP team. CRP also works with other partner organisations, depending on the requirements of a project.
All of CRP’s partners are represented on its Board. CRP’s Board is co-chaired by Councillor Keith Bottomley, City of London Corporation (Public Sector Co-Chair) and Simon Pitkeathley, Camden Town Unlimited and Euston Town BIDs (Private Sector Co-Chair).
CRP is a voluntary association of its partners and not a legal entity.
CRP’s Board Partners
To learn more about CRP’s Board partners click on the interactive map below.