Co-production in action

How we work in partnership to offer a better service

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26 Jul 2022

Co-production isn't a new idea but we believe that it has many benefits, the basic premise being that those who use a service are best able to help improve that service. 

We work with a number of local service providers including Mary Seacole Housing Association and Signposts in bringing about a more collaborative, customer inclusive approach to tackling homelessness in Luton. We want to promote and work in a way that centres the voice and experience of those who have used services. 

Matthew Bushnell, CEO of Mary Seacole Housing Association, has been explaining why Co-production leads to a better service and what we've already achieved working in partnership. 

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