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Picking Up the Pace: Executive Summary
 
Picking Up the Pace: The need to move towards target funding in SIGOMA areas
This document highlights the significant distance from target funding in SIGOMA areas. It covers our areas major funding sources: Formula Grant, PCT Funding, Education funding, Housing and Supporting People. Please refer also to your individual local authority profile for more detail. (username and password needed)
 
Housing: Our Big Issues? Press release
This profile of key housing data and issues in SIGOMA areas was recently launched in the House of Lords.
 
Child Poverty Press Release
BREAKING THE CYCLE OF DEPRIVATION AND CHILD POVERTY A child poverty report ‘Breaking the cycle’ focusing on new measures to speed the eradication of child poverty, was launched at Westminster last week by The Special Interest Group of Municipal Authorities (SIGOMA) - an alliance of 45 leading city and town councils spanning the north, midlands and southern coast.
 
Child Poverty Report
SIGOMA launched its report on child poverty issues in our areas in Westminster on the 9th June 2009.
 
Housing - Our Big Issues
SIGOMA launched its report on key housing issues in our areas in Westminster on the 6th June 2009. An individual profiile of housing statistics will be avilable to download from the SIGOMA website soon.
 
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