Entrepreneurs helping communities through innovation
Joining the dots…
Andrew Mawson Partnerships was started by Lord Mawson OBE: one of the UK’s leading social entrepreneurs.
Andrew founded the internationally renowned Bromley-by-Bow Centre nearly three decades ago. Successive Governments have used this, along with many of the other pathfinder projects that Andrew has developed over the past 30 years, frequently as national exemplars for successful community regeneration. Andrew’s championing and development of an integrated working model – involving health, education, housing, business and enterprise – has received international recognition.
Andrew Mawson Partnerships acts as an umbrella consultancy to a growing portfolio of regeneration projects. Andrew’s vision for building strong, vibrant communities, along with his integrity and charisma, has attracted many talented partners to the team with a wealth of practical experience.
We believe in the unique gifts of every individual in the community and this is the secret to our success. It is the people bit that matters and this is what civil servants and politicians often fail to understand. We engage government firmly but positively; focusing on bringing consistency to their multiplicity of approaches and initiatives.
We act as social brokers and place makers: we join the dots together. The company specialises in supporting the private and public sectors to work together. We provide advice to: government departments, local authorities, private sector developers, local enterprise partnerships, housing associations as well as clients in the education, business and cultural, voluntary and charitable sectors.
Lord Mawson suggests: "one reason the young are increasingly disenchanted with representative democracy is precisely because they can see that Governments of differing complexions—no matter what US Presidents say—seem incapable of delivering the integrated and joined-up world they want to live in," as he took part in a debate on building a stronger economy, Thursday 28th April. Read more here.