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Thursday 28 May 2015
Dudley Community Partnership
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email: partnership.cexec@dudley.gov.uk
StakeholdersIndividuals who have a vested interest in development, including community members; environmental, social, and community NGOs; natural resource, planning, and government officials; hotel owners, tour operators, guides, transportation providers, and representatives from other related services in the private sector.
Social HousingPublic housing or social housing is a form of housing tenure in which the property is owned by a government authority, which may be central or local.
Social ExclusionA shorthand term for what can happen when individuals or areas suffer from a combination of linked problems such as unemployment, poor skills, low incomes, poor housing, high crime environments, bad health and family breakdown. It can also have a wider meaning which encompasses the exclusion of people from the normal exchanges, practices and rights of society.
Social CohesionThe process of developing a community of shared values, shared challenges and equal opportunities.
Social capitalThe institutions, the relationships and values that govern interaction between people and contribute to economic and social development.
SMEShort for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises i.e. companies employing fewer than 250 employees.
SMARTCriteria for defining objectives - Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time bound.
Single Regeneration Budget (SRB)The Single Regeneration Budget programme aims to enhance the employment prospects, education and skills of local people and to tackle the needs of communities in the most deprived areas.
Service deliveryService delivery means supplying users with services needed or demanded. This can be done by government institutions and organisations, private companies, non-profit organisations or individual service providers.
Safer and Stronger Communities Fund (SSFC)Integrated Home Office and ODPM funding for local partnerships, designed to reduce crime, tackle anti-social behaviour, improve public spaces and ensure that services are more responsive to local needs in deprived neighbourhoods.