Power in the Partnership is shared between three governing authorities: the Partnership Council, the Partnership Board and the Chairman.
Case study - Making better decisions together
The Partnership aims to make sufficient profit from its trading operations to sustain its commercial vitality and finance its continued development, to distribute a share of those profits each year to its members and to enable it to undertake other activities consistent with its ultimate purpose.
Case study - Using our profits to grow sustainably
The Partnership aims to employ and retain as its members people of ability and integrity who are committed to working together and to supporting its Principles. Relationships are based on mutual respect and courtesy, with as much equality between its members as differences of responsibility permit. The Partnership aims to recognise their individual contributions and reward them fairly.
Case study - Leading with a more engaging approach
The Partnership aims to deal honestly with its customers and secure their loyalty and trust by providing outstanding choice, value and service.
Case study - Generating loyalty through choice, value and service
The Partnership aims to conduct all its business relationships with integrity and courtesy and to honour scrupulously every business agreement.
Case study - A better way of doing business
The Partnership aims to obey the spirit as well as the letter of the law and to contribute to the wellbeing of the communities where it operates.
Case study - Creating value beyond the Partnership