Local Government

Apr08
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08 April 2021

The Route to the UK Shared Prosperity Fund: Is it the Way Forward?

When the UK left the European Union, it left behind access to EU structural funding beyond 2020. Locally this is a loss of around £600 million per year. In the last few weeks, the UK Government launched its response - the UK Community Renewal Fund—a one-year pilot of distributing £220 million and which is meant to inform the design of the much-heralded UK Shared Prosperity Fund (SPF).

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Jan11
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11 January 2021

Happy birthday to the NI Assembly?

Three years without a government, set against the backdrop of Brexit drawing ever closer, there was a palpable sense of cautious optimism when a deal was announced this time last year by the then Secretary of State, Julian Smith, and his counterpart in the Republic, Simon Coveney, heralding a “New Decade, New Approach”.

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Jul27
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27 July 2020

Training Courses Available

During the COVID-19 crisis, the pace of change in government and politics has moved quickly as our politicians responded to the need to make big decisions in a short space of time. Organisations have been challenged with the need to respond quickly to decisions which may affect them.

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Jun19
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19 June 2020

Planning during COVID

The recent COVID-19 lockdown has seen many industries forced to rapidly change the way they operate. And just as in 2008 when the last recession took hold, the planning and construction industry felt the sharp edge of the economic slowdown, so too have they been challenged by recent events.

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