Posts Tagged ‘rural-communities’

Rural Evidence Seminar: Agenda

posted by CRC | 4 May 2007 at 11:39 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

The agenda for the Rural Evidence Seminar, 25 April 2007.

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Rural Evidence Seminar: ONS Regional Statisticians

posted by CRC | 4 May 2007 at 10:47 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

Presentation by Dev Virdee, ONS, for the Rural Evidence Seminar, 25 April 2007.

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Rural Evidence Seminar: The Rural/Urban Classification & National Statistics

posted by CRC | 4 May 2007 at 10:36 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

Presentation by Alastair Calder, ONS, for the Rural Evidence Seminar, 25 April 2007.

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Rural Evidence Seminar: Rural Evidence Base Development – A Regional Perspective

posted by CRC | 4 May 2007 at 10:29 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

Presentation by Emma Townsend, EMDA, for the Rural Evidence Seminar, 25 April 2007.

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Rural Evidence Seminar: Rural Policy & the Role & Use of Evidence

posted by CRC | 4 May 2007 at 10:26 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

Presentation by Stephen Cane, Defra, for the Rural Evidence Seminar, 25 April 2007.

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Commission on Integration and Cohesion

posted by CRC | 3 May 2007 at 12:00 pm | Comments Off | from the category: News

We’ve made a submission to the Commission on Integration and Cohesion, giving views and advice on issues facing rural communities

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Rural Evidence Seminar: Rural Definition & LA Classification

posted by CRC | 3 May 2007 at 5:43 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

Presentation by Miles Templeton, Defra, for the Rural Evidence Seminar, 25 April 2007.

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Rural Evidence Seminar: Rural Evidence Base

posted by CRC | 3 May 2007 at 5:27 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

Presentation by Miles Templeton, Defra, for the Rural Evidence Seminar, 25 April 2007.

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Rural Evidence Seminar: Commission for Rural Communities & Rural Evidence

posted by CRC | 3 May 2007 at 5:20 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

Presentation by our Director of Rural Analysis Ken Roy, for the Rural Evidence Seminar, 25 April 2007.

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Rural Evidence Seminar: Spatial Scales & the Application of Definitions & Classifications

posted by CRC | 3 May 2007 at 5:11 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

Presentation by Justin Martin, CRC, for the Rural Evidence Seminar, 25 April 2007.

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Rural Evidence Seminar: State of the Countryside – Future Reporting & Emerging Findings

posted by CRC | 3 May 2007 at 5:04 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

Presentation by Gordon Stokes, CRC for the Rural Evidence Seminar, 25 April 2007.

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Rural Evidence Seminar: Introductory Presentation

posted by CRC | 3 May 2007 at 4:18 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

Introductory presentation for the Rural Evidence Seminar, 25 April 2007.

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Rural Evidence Seminar

posted by CRC | 3 May 2007 at 3:23 am | Comments Off | from the category: News

On the 25th April 2007 we hosted a Rural Evidence Seminar at the Central Hall Westminster to enable those with an interest in rural statistically based evidence to share current work and future work plans and to provide an opportunity for all to identify common priorities or areas for joint action.

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CA 125: State of the Countryside 2002 – North West

posted by CRC | 30 April 2007 at 5:21 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

This is one of a set of eight regional reports that provides a snapshot of the countryside and rural life in the region – a fascinating compendium of rural facts and trends, problems and successes. It is intended to provide an understanding of the facts and an aid to regional and local policy making.

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CA 124: State of the Countryside 2002 – North East

posted by CRC | 30 April 2007 at 5:18 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

This is one of a set of eight regional reports that provides a snapshot of the countryside and rural life in the region – a fascinating compendium of rural facts and trends, problems and successes. It is intended to provide an understanding of the facts and an aid to regional and local policy making.

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CA 120: Breathing new life into rural communities

posted by CRC | 30 April 2007 at 5:14 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

This is one of a series of three booklets providing detailed information on the activities, achievements and findings of Communities First – Suffolk. Working with five communities over three years, the project helped them to achieve changes to their services and facilities.

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CA 119: Sustaining rural communities – Summary booklet

posted by CRC | 30 April 2007 at 5:10 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

This is one of a series of three booklets providing detailed information on the activities, achievements and findings of Communities First – Suffolk.

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CA 114: Trends in rural services and social housing 2000-2001 – Summary

posted by CRC | 30 April 2007 at 5:06 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

This summary report is the sixth in an annual series. It is based on larger reports submitted by almost all of England’s 38 Rural Community Councils (RCCs) relating to the ’state of play’ on various services such as: shops; post ofices; transport; pubs; village halls; health care; community care; child care; schools; and social housing.

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CA 110: State of the Countryside 2002 – Summary of key facts

posted by CRC | 30 April 2007 at 5:02 am | Comments Off | from the category: Documents

This leaflet outlines the latest key facts and figures about the English countryside, its people and places.

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Campaign for More & Better Homes National Conference 2007

posted by CRC | 26 April 2007 at 12:39 pm | Comments Off | from the category: Events

In 2004, the Barker Review of Housing Supply made 36 wide-ranging recommendations calling on central and local government, industries and planners to address the problems in Britain’s housing supply. Three years on the More and Better Homes conference will consider what progress has been made.

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