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Bulletin Articles
13th December 2004

A framework for advancement

A framework for advancement   We all know regeneration practitioners need to improve their skills - but where do you start? Craig McLaren outlines the Scottish approach   New Start magazine…
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Bulletin Articles
13th December 2004

Groups call ‘Charge!’ as campaign is launched

Groups call ‘Charge!’ as campaign is launched   TFN 13.12.04   A coalition of transport, environment, student and community groups are launching the 'Get Edinburgh Moving' campaign today…
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Bulletin Articles
13th December 2004

Glasgow and Renfrewshire share community prizes

Glasgow and Renfrewshire share community regeneration prizes   13.12.04   The award winners in this year's competition for the best examples of regeneration in Scotland are to be found in Gl…
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Senscot Bulletin
10th December 2004

Senscot Bulletin: 10-12-2004

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 258, FRIDAY 10th DECEMBER 2004   (Going out weekly to over 2500; searchable archive of bulletins at web-site, www.senscot.net)   Dear members and friends, &nbs…
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Bulletin Articles
10th December 2004

Stay close to government and speak truth to power, 3rd Sector tol…

Stay close to government and speak truth to power, third sector leaders are told   10.12.04     Stephen Bubb, Chief Executive of the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organ…
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Bulletin Articles
10th December 2004

Euro funding for South of Scotland

Euro funding for South of Scotland   10.12.04     European funding worth £1.6 million to help create jobs and fund new community facilities in the South of Scotland was announced today…
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Bulletin Articles
9th December 2004

Model for affordable housing to be tested

Model for affordable housing to be tested   Regeneration magazine 09.12.04     London mayor Ken Livingstone is backing an alternative way to offer affordable housing in the capital. A …
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2004

Charity VAT reliefs ‘go begging’

Charity VAT reliefs ‘go begging’   By Annie Kelly Third Sector 08.12.04     Charities are not taking advantage of more than 100 different VAT reliefs that could make a big differenc…
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2004

Banks’ abysmal failure to serve ‘poor’ revealed in MAS stud

Banks’ abysmal failure to serve ‘poor’ revealed in MAS study   Exclusive By Teresa Hunter Sunday Herald 05.12.04     An independent report to be published in the new year paints a…
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2004

It’s not the economy stupid

It’s not the economy stupid   Injecting well-being into politics   New Economics Foundation Autumn 2004     Policy traditionally focuses on growing the economy, when all the evi…
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Bulletin Articles
8th December 2004

Private bank offers financial packages for smaller groups

Private bank offers financial packages for smaller groups   Third Sector 08.12.04     A private bank is launching a range of tailored financial services specifically designed for small …
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Bulletin Articles
7th December 2004

Amnesty plan aims to help £75bn of business go legal

Amnesty plan aims to help £75bn of business go legal   by Austin Macauley New Start 07.12.04     Government advisers have urged ministers to adopt a series of radical measures to help …