Community networks 'face 40% funding cut'

Grewal, Herpreet Kaur
April 2008
Regeneration & Renewal;4/4/2008, p10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the 40 percent reduction in funding community empowerment networks (CENs) in Great Britain. This could be attributed to the loss of Neighbourhood Renewal Fund (NRF) cash and a tight spending over the next three years. The NRF was replaced by the new Working Neighbourhoods Fund which will fund initiatives to enhance enterprise and discuss worklessness.


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