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Vulnerable

Government proposals present threat to vulnerable

Thousands of vulnerable people in Nottingham could be placed at risk of losing specialist accommodation as a result of Government proposals to reduce housing benefit.

Older people, those with mental ill health or learning disabilities, young mothers, those fleeing domestic violence, vulnerable young people, BME groups and refugees who are living in specialist accommodation with care and support currently receive extra housing benefit to help cover its additional costs.

However, the Government proposes introducing a much lower cap on housing benefit for any new or renewed tenancies in supported accommodation that are signed after April 1 this year, which will come into effect in April 2018.

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Council Plan

Have your say on the Councils Local Plan

Nottingham people are being urged to have their say on Nottingham City Councils new Local Plan which will guide how the city will develop over the next 20 years.

Part two of the Local Plan is now at an advanced stage. This important Council document identifies potential new development sites and what they will be used for, as well as where development should be avoided, such as sites of nature conservation and heritage value.

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Chrysalis Healthcare

Local health firm opens new manufacturing facility in Nottingham

A new manufacturing facility in Nottingham is creating jobs for local people and supplying products to some of the biggest global health and wellbeing brands.

Chrysalis Health & Beauty Business Solutions Limited (Chrysalis Health & Beauty), a specialist in the development and manufacture of health and personal care products, will open a new, dedicated manufacturing facility for food supplement products in Nottingham.

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Nottingham school gets top PE and sports award

Whitemoor Academy has been given a top award for their sports and PE teaching. They are the first school in the county and only the second school in the whole of the East Midlands to achieve the PE Quality Mark for Physical Education and Sport with distinction.

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PE Quality Mark

News in  Brief

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