The Corporate Volunteer Network (CVN) have put together a survey to allow the third sector to better understand the current corporate volunteering landscape and attitudes towards and the value of it. This is your chance to shape discussion in the sector and be a part of a piece of work that will hopefully provide some practical tips to help to improve corporate volunteering offerings.
The survey can be found here. Responses are due by the 28th of July. It should take 15-20 minutes to complete and all responses will be anonymous.
Following further consultation on the Borough’s housing needs and land supply, in August and September 2016, the Council is undertaking an update of the method that it will use to assess the supply of sites for future housing development.
The deadline for comments to be submitted is 5pm on Monday 18 September 2017.
Further information and a copy of the consultation documents can be viewed on the Council’s website at http://www.wirral.gov.uk/planning-and-building/local-plans-and-planning-policy/local-plans/core-strategy-local-plan-6
Following public consultation, the Birkenhead North Neighbourhood Alliance has now been formally designated as the statutory neighbourhood forum for the geographical area set out in their recent application.
The Alliance will now be able to prepare statutory neighbourhood planning proposals for the area, in consultation with the local community.
Further information and a copy of the designation documents can be viewed on the Council’s website at https://www.wirral.gov.uk/planning-and-building/local-plans-and-planning-policy/neighbourhood-planning/birkenhead-north
This is a beta website to help improve access to information on investment and finance for charities and social enterprises. In its first phase you can explore information about social investment, social impact measurement and the project itself. As the website grows we will include broader information on wider finance and investment for charities and social enterprises.
A Neighbourhood Development Plan for Hoylake was brought into legal force by Wirral Council on 19 December 2016.
Decisions on whether or not to grant planning permission in Hoylake will now be made in accordance with the Plan unless material considerations indicate otherwise.
Copies of the Plan and of the Council’s Decision Statement can be inspected at Hoylake Library, The Parade (Hoylake Community Centre), Melrose Hall and at the Council’s offices at Wallasey Town Hall and on the Council’s website at http://www.wirral.gov.uk/planning-and-building/local-plans-and-planning-policy/neighbourhood-planning/hoylake
Further information can be obtained from 0151 691 8110 or [email protected]
Applications for our Social Tech Seed funding programme open on 14th March 2016
Social Tech Seed offers entrepreneurial organisations early-stage investment to develop innovative projects harnessing the power of the internet and digital technology to deliver significant social change. The programme supports projects tackling pressing social challenges such as the environment and sustainability, education, employment and healthcare.