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The Power Up project 20 Feb 2013

The 'Power Up' project is a new partnership between two leading Pan London Deaf and disabled people's organisations: Inclusion London (IL) and Transport for All (TfA). The project will deliver an innovative programme of business and capacity building support that will build the effectiveness and sustainability of disability sector organisations in order that they can survive and thrive and continue to meet the needs of disabled Londoners.

Amount: £1,120,000
Funder: London Councils
Recipient: Inclusion London (formerly London Dea...

Housing Advice Resettlement and Prevention (HARP) 20 Feb 2013

Delivery includes: • a pan-London Housing Advice and Resettlement and Prevention Service to offenders who are at risk of homelessness on release from prison. • a Peer Run Community Recovery Network to help offenders sustain their accommodation and prevent relapse into offending and future homelessness. • A handbook and helpline for Outside of London Prison establishments discharging clients back to London on release. • A staffed helpline to advise London probation and out of London prison staff on how to work with London originating offenders who are being discharged back to London from around the country.

Amount: £1,565,548
Funder: London Councils
Recipient: St Mungo Community Housing Association

London Youth Gateway (LYG) 20 Feb 2013

This partnership (New Horizon Youth Centre, Alone in London, Depaul UK and Stonewall Housing) is called London Youth Gateway (LYG) offered a collaborative and innovative single pathway approach to young people from every London borough to prevent youth homelessness and provide young people from protected characteristic groups access to the services they need to secure accommodation and sustain tenancies. Examples of delivery: Direct access to emergency accommodation; Quality supported accommodation and move on to young people including specifically BAME and LGBT groups; Specialist interventions working on mental health, gang violence, harassment, domestic abuse, family breakdown, debt and eviction; Advice service: one to one, by telephone and e-mail on housing, benefits, and legal support; Outreach into YOIs working to ensure young offenders are linked into housing, support and Family Mediation Services on release; Workshops in schools, youth centres and clubs with a focus on homeless prevention and dealing with conflict at home; Primary health care, counselling, substance misuse and access to primary health care.

Amount: £2,922,688
Funder: London Councils
Recipient: New Horizon Youth Centre

Connect London 20 Feb 2013

The aim of the project is to reduce homelessness by achieving successful outcomes for people in housing need pan-London support. The project aims to: ~ Prevent homelessness by securing suitable temporary and permanent accommodation ~ Prevent homelessness by supporting and empowering people to sustain their tenancies ~ Support homeless families/people to move into employment ~ Ensure people with protected characteristics have access to advice. Activities include: ~ Tailored self help resources ~ Generalist telephone information and signposting service ~ Specialist housing, welfare benefit and debt advice with casework ~ Practical solutions to access the private rented sector ~ Employment support to achieve financial independence ~ Outreach targeting vulnerable people with protected characteristics ~ Empowering support work to develop confidence and help people link in with local services to sustain tenancies.

Amount: £2,600,000
Funder: London Councils
Recipient: Shelter The National Campaign For Hom...

Ascent- Advice and Counselling 20 Feb 2013

The project will work to meet the evidenced and varied needs of women and girls in London affected by sexual and domestic violence bringing a new and dynamic approach to early and crisis intervention. Ascent brings together partners who have established active partnerships with a wide range of statutory and voluntary organisations across London. Porvides immediate advice, drop in, outreach, casework and groups to all women including; legal expertise, and financial support for women with NRPF and a dedicated and accredited individual and group work counselling service. Specialist organisations and partners will meet language, cultural, young women's and other needs. The project also delivers training and support to other professionals to increase their knowledge. Services are provided from 2 existing London Hubs (Ealing and Islington) providing a first point of phone contact and then from spokes across all London boroughs. Services are equally spread across London. services are accessed via the hubs and/or the spokes. this model increases accessibility for service users while mitigating the risk associated with women's reduced access to service when crossing Borough boundaries

Amount: £5,391,284
Funder: London Councils
Recipient: Solace Women's Aid

Revenue Funding 2006-10 14 May 2009

Funding under Sport England's National Programme funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Revenue Funding 2006-10'. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.

Amount: £1,557,182
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Commonwealth Games Council for England

NGB Funding 2009-13 18 May 2009

Funding under Sport England's Whole Sport Plan funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'NGB Funding 2009-13'. This project lists its main activity as Lacrosse.

Amount: £2,039,302
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: English Lacrosse Association

NGB Funding 2009-13 18 May 2009

Funding under Sport England's Whole Sport Plan funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'NGB Funding 2009-13'. This project lists its main activity as Triathlon.

Amount: £4,136,624
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: British Triathlon Federation
Region: East Midlands
District: Charnwood District

NGB Funding 2009-13 27 May 2009

Funding under Sport England's Whole Sport Plan funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'NGB Funding 2009-13'. This project lists its main activity as Rounders.

Amount: £1,829,909
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: National Rounders Association
Region: Yorkshire and the Humber
District: Sheffield District

NGB Funding 2009-13 01 Jun 2009

Funding under Sport England's Whole Sport Plan funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'NGB Funding 2009-13'. This project lists its main activity as Volleyball.

Amount: £4,048,031
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Volleyball England
Region: East Midlands
District: Charnwood District

NGB Funding 2009-13 08 Jun 2009

Funding under Sport England's Whole Sport Plan funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'NGB Funding 2009-13'. This project lists its main activity as Equestrian.

Amount: £3,121,011
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: British Equestrian Federation
Region: West Midlands
District: Warwick District

NGB Funding 2009-13 19 Jun 2009

Funding under Sport England's Whole Sport Plan funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'NGB Funding 2009-13'. This project lists its main activity as Angling. This funding has contributed towards a Angling - Angling (Angling Facility)

Amount: £1,441,149
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Angling Development Board
Region: West Midlands
District: County of Herefordshire

NGB Funding 2009-13 19 Jun 2009

Funding under Sport England's Whole Sport Plan funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'NGB Funding 2009-13'. This project lists its main activity as Golf.

Amount: £8,661,130
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: England Golf Partnership
Region: London
District: Greenwich London Boro

NGB Funding 2009-13 30 Jun 2009

Funding under Sport England's Whole Sport Plan funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'NGB Funding 2009-13'. This project lists its main activity as Lawn Tennis. This funding has contributed towards a Tennis - Tennis (Outdoor)

Amount: £1,532,929
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Lawn Tennis Association
Region: London
District: Wandsworth London Boro

NGB Funding 2009-13 21 Jul 2009

Funding under Sport England's Whole Sport Plan funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'NGB Funding 2009-13'. This project lists its main activity as Basketball.

Amount: £4,397,968
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: England Basketball
Region: Yorkshire and the Humber
District: Sheffield District

New sports hall 18 Sep 2009

Funding under Sport England's Community Programme funding programme for a Capital project titled 'New sports hall'. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports. This funding has contributed towards a Multi Facility - Sports Hall (Main (4 or more courts)),Pavilion/Clubhouse (Pavilion/Clubhouse ),Fitness Facility (Indoor),Changing Rooms (Traditional),FloodLights (Floodlights)

Amount: £1,185,944
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Redbridge Sports Centre Trust Limited
Region: East Midlands
District: Charnwood District

Club & Coach funding - Golf 07 Dec 2009

Funding under Sport England's Community Programme funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Club & Coach funding - Golf'. This project lists its main activity as Golf.

Amount: £1,378,000
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: England Golf Partnership
Region: East Midlands
District: East Lindsey District

Highways Maintenance Block 2016/17 01 Apr 2016

Support for local highways maintenance.

Amount: £1,768,000
Funder: Department for Transport
Recipient: BLACKBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL
Region: North West
District: Blackburn with Darwen