City organisations can bid for grants from £5m funding pot

Organisations making a difference in the City of London are being invited to bid for grants from a multi-million pound community fund. Since it launched two years ago, around £3.5 million has been distributed to charities, residents’ associations, businesses and other organisations through the Neighbourhood Fund, derived from a levy on new developments in the City.

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Policing plan puts victims at the heart

Prioritising the needs of crime victims and building a genuinely inclusive culture are part of a new policing plan announced by the City of London Corporation’s Police Authority Board. The Police Authority will work with the City of London Police to “create a culture of inclusion and equity that attracts, retains, promotes and supports a diverse range of talent” and “provides an effective service to all of our communities.”

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Elections in Ward of Cheap

On Thursday 24 March elections will take place across the City of London. I am standing for re-election together with my fellow Ward of Cheap colleagues Alastair Moss and Nick Bensted-Smith. During the election period – which starts on Tuesday 22 February – you can find more information and updates about our campaign at http://www.wardofcheap.city This personal website stays live, but will not be used for our Ward of Cheap Team’s election campaign.

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