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Public Sector Network Newsletter • March 2017
Community Week
Landmark 6,000 of community rights reached this Communities Week

Over 6,000 uses of community rights, protecting over 4,000 buildings, green spaces and other much loved local assets.

The Community Rights movement continues to go from strength to strength, as latest figures show more than 4,000 buildings, green spaces and other local assets are now protected.

Local people are also having more of a say on what new developments should look like and where they should go, with more than 1,900 neighbourhood plans now well underway.

Communities Minister Andrew Percy said: "The facts speak for themselves. More people than ever before are taking advantage of community rights and the support available to make their neighbourhoods even better places to live and work. From regulars taking over their local pub to ambitious local plans, community rights continue to give power back to communities across the country."

To promote the programme, an interactive map lists protected assets and other community rights uses throughout the country...

Government funds school resource for drug and alcohol prevention - Public Health England announces new funding to expand Mentor UK’s ADEPIS resource into more schools and community settings. The programme helps equip young people with the life skills and resilience to deal with the challenges they face with alcohol and drugs. Mentor UK has been awarded a new 3 year contract, jointly funded by Public Health England (PHE) and the Home Office, to continue to develop and deliver the Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention Information Service...

Defence Secretary underlines UK commitment to European security - Britain is committed to playing a leading role in European security, the Defence Secretary has reaffirmed. Speaking at a meeting of European Union Defence Ministers in Brussels, Sir Michael Fallon called on the EU to step up cooperation with NATO in order for the two organisations to more effectively tackle shared security challenges, including hybrid warfare and cyber. Sir Michael also called for an improvement in Europe’s performance in building national capabilities that can be made available to the EU and NATO...
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