Trafford Third Sector Infrastructure Support Service

Published on 05 January 2013

Pulse Regeneration has been awarded Trafford Council’s Third Sector Infrastructure Support and Development contract, in partnership with Trafford Housing Trust.

The Infrastructure Service will help Trafford Partnership in the delivering the Third Sector Strategy, which is underpinned by 6 key themes:  

Cllr Jonathan Coupe, Executive Member for Safe and Strong Communities at Trafford Council said "We are delighted to appoint Pulse Regeneration, in partnership with Trafford Housing Trafford, to drive forward our ambitions for the Third Sector. This contract will support the voluntary, community and faith organisations to play a key role in the Borough's future as an independent and innovative force, delivering services and identifying original solutions to the design of future services.

 

This has been a rigorous tender process which we believe will deliver the best results for the Third Sector and the wider community. We look forward to working in partnership with Pulse Regeneration, Trafford Housing Trust and the many other dedicated organisations who work across the Third Sector to improve the quality of life for our residents.


Chris Hart, Managing Director of Pulse Regeneration said: "Pulse Regeneration is absolutely delighted to have been awarded the contract and we are looking forward to working with the Trafford Partnership and Trafford Council in delivering this exciting and vitally important service for the area. We will also plan to work with Trafford Housing Trust who will support us in engaging the local community and also in embracing the private sector to provide benefits such as increased skills, local volunteering opportunities and jobs. Having Trafford Housing Trust on board with us with their local knowledge, expertise and track record of success will be a major bonus. We are at the start of a long and exciting journey of change and transformation in Trafford. We are now looking forward to getting started and to towards making this a success for everyone involved."


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