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‘Hundreds and hundreds’ of redundancies are being made in Cornwall

Cornwall Chamber of Commerce President Toby Parkins said that there was a need to provide more skills and training opportunities to help those made redundant get back into work PM: ‘SECOND WAVE’ COULD MEAN FURTHER QUARANTINE ORDERS The President of Cornwall Chamber of Commerce has raised concerns about the impact coronavirus is having on businesses in Cornwall and rising job ...

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Call not to neglect Dalton as Barrow bids for £52m funding

CONCERN: Cllr Ben Shirley hopes place such as Dalton are not left outNIGHTCLUBS — Nightclubs in Barrow Town Centre which have been closed for many years // Pictured: Club M on Cornwallis Street Friday 11th August 2017 LINDSEY DICKINGS. CONCERNS have been raised that areas not included in a council bid for £52m in government funding could be left neglected. Barrow Council ...

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Minister’s visit to hear schools’ funding bids

Schools Minister Nick Gibb will be paying a visit to Sleaford’s grammar schools when they return in September to consider funding their plans for a co-educational facility on a new, edge-of-town site. Nick Gibb MP, Minister of State at the Department for Education, will be paying a visit to Carre’s Grammar School and Kesteven and Sleaford High School when they ...

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ISO-New England Selects Ready Path Solution to Maintain Grid Reliability

Cost-effective solution to ensure reliability when Mystic Generating Station retires in 2024. ISO-New England (ISO-NE) recently selected the Ready Path Solution, a collaboration between Eversource and National Grid, as a cost-effective solution to maintain grid reliability following the retirement of the Mystic Generating Station in 2024. According to the ISO-NE, the closing of the Mystic Generating Station could create significant ...

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GSK Taps Publicis, TAG For Production Partnership

GSK is forming a global partnership with Publicis Production and Tag to create an end-to-end globally scalable production capability. This move consolidates production that was formerly handled by individual agencies under one centrally governed service layer that integrates production and media. A key focus of this new model is to better leverage data to optimize content effectiveness. “They want to ...

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Clean sweep for Pennine Trust schools in CIF bids

Lea Hough’s school building consultants have achieved a clean sweep in government funding for a multi academy trust in Lancashire. Six bids were submitted by Lea Hough on behalf of Pennine Trust, with three schools applying for two bids each. The results of the funding round were announced on 29th June and all six bids were approved! Pennine Trust is ...

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Town’s economic recovery schemes progress to key bidding stage

An artist’s impression of how a new marina village might look A SERIES of regeneration projects aimed at helping Barrow’s economic recovery are due to progress to a key bidding stage. At the next meeting of Barrow Council’s executive committee, councillors are set to approve a number of schemes, for which they will now request government funding. The proposals include: a Barrow ...

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£700,000 for school improvements

Dr Rob Petrie head of Cockermouth School Cockermouth School has been successful in securing capital funding from the government’s Condition Improvement Fund (CIF) to carry out thousands of pounds of improvements to their heating system. Head Dr Petrie said: “Approximately one third of the submitted bids were approved in this funding round, and I am delighted that our bid was ...

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Once-in-a-generation bids for combined £55 million transformational funding for Barrow to be submitted to government

Barrow BIDS for a combined £55 million in funding to transform Barrow for the future are set to be submitted to the government this month. The #BrilliantBarrow initiative calls for £30 million from the Towns Fund for a series of innovative projects to ensure the borough thrives as a great place to live, work and visit. A further £25 million ...

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‘I stand by what the NAO reported, let us keep VGH and Steward separate’ – Prime Minister

Prime Minister Robert Abela said that he will stand by what the National Audit Office (NAO) reported about the Vitals Global Healthcare (VGH) agreement while also emphasising that the VGH agreement should be kept separate from the contract that the government has with Steward Healthcare. He was answering a number of questions that were put forward by members of the ...

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3 agencies qualify tech round for assisting DPIIT in start up initiatives

PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst & Young, and KPMG Advisory, have qualified the technical evaluation round for assisting the DPIIT in effective and on ground implementation of initiatives for startups Three consultancy agencies – PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst & Young, and KPMG Advisory, have qualified the technical evaluation round for assisting the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) in effective and on ground implementation ...

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Shapoorji Pallonji among 4 finalists for 535-acre theme park, UK’s largest

EPC cost pegged at $1.8 billion; first phase to be launched in 2024 TopicsShapoorji Pallonji group | Shapoorji Pallonji | London London Resort Master Plan One of India’s top conglomerates, the Shapoorji Pallonji group, is in the final lap to bag the construction mandate of the UK’s largest amusement park, persons aware of the development told Business Standard. Pegged at $1.8 billion in construction deal size, ...

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MPs and council leader clash over schools improvement funding for Bury

MPs and Bury’s council leader have clashed over schools improvement funding SEVERAL schools in Bury will be given an upgrade as part of a revamp fund – but Labour leaders say the borough has missed out on assistance for major projects. New roof schemes will take place at Elton Primary, Tottington Primary and St Monica’s, while urgent fire safety work will be ...

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T.F. Green Airport seeks operator for two restaurants

WARWICK — The Rhode Island Airport Corporation announced a request for proposals on Friday seeking two additional restaurant operations for T.F. Green Airport, according to a statement from the corporation. Two of the airport’s largest restaurant spaces, each larger than 2,300 square feet, will be made available for a one-year lease with an option for extension and will add a ...

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Falmouth group seeks to keep young professionals in region

Falmouth Human Services leads effort to help keep professionals in region. FALMOUTH — To retain young professionals in Falmouth and the region, the town’s Human Services Department has put out a second request for proposals to prevent the out-migration of working-age adults. “We need to have a diverse demographic,” said Suzie Hauptmann, director of Falmouth Human Services. “Not only do ...

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Mitigating the Bullwhip Effect Using Quantzig’s Supply Chain Network Optimization Solutions | Submit RFP for Similar Engagements

Supply Chain Network Optimization Engagement LONDON — Quantzig, a global data analytics and advisory firm, that delivers actionable analytics solutions to resolve complex business problems has announced the completion of its latest supply chain network optimization engagement for a personal protective equipment company. Supply chain network optimization solutions can help you plan your supply chain network to withstand the dynamic demands.Tweet ...

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Toolkit identifies locations for cycleways in England

It has been developed to help inform bids for Tranche 2 of the Government’s Emergency Active Travel Fund, particularly for authorities which have not yet developed local walking and cycling investment plans. Blue lines show where there is high demand and sufficient space for cycling Sustrans, the UK walking and cycling charity, and the Department for Transport have commissioned Institute ...

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Oldham bids for £25m for town centre projects

BOSSES in Oldham are bidding for a £25 million fund to build a new performance space, high quality offices, an underground heat network powered by old coal mines and a huge new ‘urban farm’. The borough is preparing to make a bid to the government’s Towns Fund, and has earmarked four projects to receive funding. The £3.6 billion government fund ...

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Camden to request proposals for use of tannery property

Can transformation of the tannery property on Washington Street move forward after a 20-year history of chemical pollution, environmental cleanups, failed attempts to sell the property and competing visions for its use. CAMDEN — The town of Camden will issue a request for proposals for buying or leasing all, or a part, of the town-owned property, named Tannery Park. The Select ...

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Web Crawling and Scraping in the CPG Industry: Quantzig’s Recent Article Lists 3 Use Cases | Submit RFP for Detailed Insights

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Quantzig’s global team of web crawling experts with in-depth domain expertise has a proven track record of identifying and implementing web analytics best practices to create insight-driven organizations across a range of industries, including CPG & retail, banking, insurance, telecom, media & entertainment, online learning, healthcare, and oil & gas. Over the past few years, Quantzig has worked ...

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