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The pressure to demonstrate added value in public procurement is growing. Steve Malone explains how a new alliance is harnessing the spending power of social landlords
A new report examines our success to date in creating lifetime neighbourhoods. Mark Bevan and Karen Croucher explore some of the challenges involved in ensuring the needs of all ages are met
The £60,000 ‘Buy Better Together Challenge’ aims to help inspire new models of community buying, stimulate enterprise and promote shared learning.
Clare Corran explains how a scheme born out of tragedy in London has become a powerful tool against crime in Liverpool and a lifeline for young people
A campaign to get people back to work, save national skills and fill vacancies in businesses of all sizes comes together on Retweet for Work Day this Thursday, 8th December.
Ensuring the development industry takes account of its social and environmental impact will take a major cultural shift. That’s why nailing down a way to measure wellbeing is all-important, argues Ivan Tennant
Kincluny is aiming to be Scotland’s first sustainable village. But its notion of community sustainability goes far beyond eco-bling, as Clare Goff reports
Zambia’s Constituency Development Fund proves how much more can be achieved when local people are in control. Will the country’s new government take it to the next level? Austin Macauley reports
Bring & Fix is an intergenerational fair that brings together local people of different ages under one roof to share their skills and knowledge.