It was announced in Prime Ministers Questions today that the government will create a fund for £1.6 billion that will include town deals. The announcement, part of the government’s commitment to town regeneration is one that the Blackpool Pride of Place Partnership under the umbrella of Business in the Community, welcomes wholeheartedly.
The Community Investment Team at Business in the Community in conjunction with Simetrica, a leading research consultancy specialising in social impact measurement and policy evaluation, are running a session on measuring your social impact.
Learn how to develop a place-based approach to understanding and connecting with local communities
This course is based around five principles of best practice community investment. This framework provides companies with a clear system to evaluate current activity and plan future developments, both on a strategic and delivery level.
Victoria Clifford, Lancashire Resilience Forum, Chair of the Community Resilience Subgroup, discusses The Lancashire Resilience Forum’s experience working with a Business in the Community Emergency Volunteer, as part of the Local Resilience Support initiative
To use influence and collaboration to urgently consider and seek to deliver any requests a local resilience body considers important and will make a difference.
We showcase the key highlights from The Lens podcast in 2018
- 1 of 7
- next ›