Monthly Archives: May 2019

One City Plan – Bristol City Council

19th May, 2019 / Nicola, CCIN

Partners across Bristol have come together to define the vision they want for the city. Bristol has launched its first ever One City Plan setting out ambitious targets for the future of Bristol, decade by decade up to 2050. Many forces are shaping Bristol’s future, including government policy, trade and climate change. Meanwhile challenges such ...

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Knowsley 2030 – new long term strategy for the Borough

19th May, 2019 / Nicola, CCIN

Knowsley 2030 is the new long-term strategy for Knowsley which will set out a new vision and priorities for the Borough. The strategy is being co-produced with residents, businesses and other stakeholders in line with Knowsley’s Better Together principles to understand how people living, working and studying in Knowsley today feel about the place, what ...

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Milton Keynes: great parish collaboration

18th May, 2019 / Nicola, CCIN

Milton Keynes has always been a place of co-operation.  Partnerships between public bodies, business and communities created our pioneering ‘new city’ fifty years ago and help its people thrive today. We were actually the first unitary authority to become fully parished, with two new parish councils created just this year to serve MK’s growing communities, ...

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Co-operative working for Public Service Delivery – Rochdale MBC

18th May, 2019 / Nicola, CCIN

There is a long legacy, in Rochdale, of citizen involvement in the development, delivery and leadership of services.  In 2017, a group of citizens and system leaders got together to think about the implications of devolution in Greater Manchester and the reform of public services.  They agreed that it might be worthwhile to take action ...

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Active Citizens – Hull City Council

16th May, 2019 / Nicola, CCIN

‘A world where people are empowered to engage peacefully and effectively with other cultures in the sustainable development of their communities’ In 2018, the Council submitted an application for grant funding from the British Council’s Active Citizen UK programme. Hull was successful in this bid and became the UK’s first Local Authority to partner with ...

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