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Birmingham to Help Save Britain’s High Street

By on 05/03/2010 in News with 0 Comments

This month will see some of the country's largest high street retailers and town centre stakeholders descend upon Birmingham to take part in a crucial seminar and debate about the future of Britain's high streets. Entitled 'Saving Britain's High Streets', the conference sponsored by Birmingham City Council is being held at Birmingham Council House on […]

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Small Businesses Get WNF Support

By on 14/01/2010 in News with 0 Comments

The New Year will see a fresh start for many small and medium businesses in the region as Birmingham City Council launches a new initiative which lends a helping hand to a wide variety of businesses including start ups and companies affected by the recession. A total of £31million has been secured as part of […]

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Long-term unemployed set for boost

By on 09/12/2009 in News with 0 Comments

A £700,000 project designed to help people on long term incapacity benefit return to work, is set to get the go-ahead next Monday (14th Dec) when Birmingham City Council's Cabinet as are asked to approve its launch. Funded through WNF (Working Neighbourhoods Fund) the project will see dedicated one-to-one support offered to individuals on long […]

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Working Neighbourhoods Fund video

By on 04/11/2009 in News, Video News with 1 Comment

Deputy Leader and Chair of Be Birmingham Paul Tilsley explains how Birmingham City Council has used Working Neighbourhoods Fund money to combat worklessness and the effects of the recession.

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Cllr Paul Tilsley speaks on WNF

By on 04/11/2009 in News with 0 Comments

Councillor Paul Tilsley, Deputy Leader and Chair of Be Birmingham, addressed the full City Council yesterday on Working Neighbourhoods Fund (WNF). An edited version of his speech is reproduced here.

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