Published on 06 August 2012
Pulse Regeneration has achieved a major success by working in partnership with the Social Investment Business, ACEVO, and Locality to help secure £10.5m of funding as part of the new Community Right to Challenge Support Programme. As an approved provider under the programme, Pulse Regeneration is able to provide organisations that wish to consider taking over a local authority service or a local building asset with grant funded support.
Interactive group exercise in Dudley discussing localism and changing policy environment
The Community Right to Challenge Support Programme will be delivered over the next three years on behalf of the Department for Communities and Local Government. The new Community Right to Challenge will give communities the opportunity to challenge for the delivery of public services where they think they can do it differently or better than the local authority. A range of pre-feasibility and feasibility grants are available and we would be pleased to provide you with specialist support under the programme as an approved provider. For more information about the grant and how to apply please click here.
Chris Hart, Managing Director of Pulse Regeneration, commented:
“This is major success for Pulse. To be working alongside high calibre partners such as the Social Investment Business, ACEVO, and Locality, but also with other programme providers including Social Enterprise UK, ACRE, NALC, Urban Forum and NCVO, Pulse Regeneration is uniquely placed to deliver high quality support under the programme and to help organisations that are thinking about running of local services or developing local assets. We are keen to hear from any organisation that is in a position to move this agenda forward and is keen to work with us to secure our help”.
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