News from Burngreave New Deal for Communities.
- Programme review
New Deal is undergoing a review
- Children’s Festive Party
Saturday, 20th December 2008 at Burngreave Vestry Hall
- New Board Member
The Burngreave New Deal for Communities (BNDfC) Articles of Association (para 3.9) allows the use of co-option as a method to fill Board vacancies.
- Legacy not History
Partnership Board are investing a lot of time and energy on developing the succession arrangements for New Deal. The essence of our plans so far are that we will have a new company to manage NDC buildings to generate funds for local community benefit and a neighbourhood partnership that will agree how to invest those funds.
- Small Grants scheme
We’ve asked for no further applications for the current round of small grants.
- FREE office furniture and equipment
BNDfC have various office furniture and equipment that is surplus to requirements.
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