Dame Martina Milburn is stepping down from the end May, so she can devote more time to her main role at the Prince’s Trust.
'We’ve been amazed by how quickly and creatively both councils and communities have responded to the crisis.'
'We urge you to act now and work with social enterprises to lay the foundations for a strong British recovery to this crisis.'
Over the next 12 months, the ALMO sector plans to build 2,567 new homes and acquire 904 homes, a total of 3,471 homes.
'After a decade or more of the austerity experiment, the resilience of local government, the health service, of communities and of working families has been significantly degraded.'
‘COVID-19 has pulled back the veil of the failures in how we develop local economies.'
It states some councils will ‘face the loss of commercial income from recently acquired or developed office, leisure and retail property’.
Next time we hear of a tragedy befalling a country that we would struggle to place on a map, maybe we should try to be sympathetic to their struggles rather than setting ourselves up as amateur comics striving for the next viral meme.
'In the end, it only benefits society to support people out of the prison system, in terms of taxpayers, in terms of safety, there are so many reasons to support people coming out of prison.'