Monthly Archives: March 2020

Cooperative Network Infrastructure Ltd

7th March, 2020 / Nicola, CCIN

The Cooperative Network Infrastructure Ltd (CNI) was formerly known as the Tameside Digital Infrastructure Cooperative but changed its name in 2019 to reflect Blackpool and Manchester City Councils both recently joining. CNI brings together public and private sector organisations to create and share new digital infrastructures in and around Tameside, Blackpool and Manchester. The cooperative ...

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Tameside Digital Infrastructure Cooperative

28th August, 2019 / Nicola, CCIN

The Tameside Digital Infrastructure Cooperative (TDIC) brings together public and private sector organisations to create and share new digital infrastructure in and around Tameside. The cooperative offers members wholesale access to fibre and exchange point facilities allowing them to build and operate advanced digital connectivity services. Public sector members are using TDIC facilities to improve ...

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Co-operatives UK, Provision of strategic support to Plymouth City Council

18th May, 2019 / Nicola, CCIN

Why PCC wanted to do the work Plymouth City Councils (PCC) Corporate Plan sets co-operative working as a strategic value and wanted to set an action plan for increasing the number of businesses in the city that are owned and run co-operatively.  The New Economics Foundation report ‘Co-ops Unleashed, Doubling the Co-operative Economy’ set ambitious ...

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Doing it Ourselves – Plymouth City Council

2nd March, 2019 / Nicola, CCIN

A strategic action plan to double the local co-operative economy in Plymouth by 2025.  Plymouth City Council is the first council in the country to commit to doubling the size of its cooperative economy – helping local people to take more control of jobs, livelihoods and to keep more money in the city. There are ...

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