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Controversial Streatham Playhouse plans unanimously approved

9th July 2015

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Controversial Streatham Playhouse plans unanimously approved
Published 9 July 2015


Alistair Smith: Sondheim Theatre is great news for West End

9th July 2015

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Sondheim Theatre is great news for West End
Published 9 July 2015


National Theatre and Alexandra Palace celebrated at New London Architecture Awards

9th July 2015

New London Architecture has announced the winners of its NLA Awards, an annual event which celebrates the best recently completed or under construction projects in the capital.

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Leeds City Council set to pump £5m into £14m West Yorkshire Playhouse revamp

9th July 2015

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Leeds City Council set to pump £5m into £14m West Yorkshire Playhouse revamp
Published 8 July 2015


Boat Shed: Plans for £4m theatre and nightspot at Exeter Quay

9th July 2015

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Boat Shed: Plans for £4m theatre and nightspot at Exeter Quay
Published 9 July 2015


Victoria Hall Theatre campaign falls short of £30k funding target

9th July 2015

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Victoria Hall Theatre campaign falls short of £30k funding target
Published 9 July 2015


Clare Allen appointed chief executive at Georgian Theatre Royal Richmond

9th July 2015

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Clare Allen appointed chief executive at Georgian Theatre Royal
Published 8 July 2015


A Community Right to Beauty report launched

9th July 2015

In partnership with the Woodland Trust, National Trust, Campaign to Protect Rural England, Ecclesiastical Insurance, Atlantic Gateway Parklands, Hastoe Housing Association and Civic Voice, ResPublica’s new report recommends the extension of community influence in the planning process to ensure beautiful localities are accessible to all. A Community Right to Beauty: Giving communities the power to shape, enhance and create beautiful places, developments and spaces
Published 6 July 2015


Pinning down social impact

9th July 2015

Since 2013, under the Public Services (Social Value) Act, all public bodies in England and Wales have been required to consider ‘social impact’ within commissioning and procurement; how the services they commission and procure might improve their community’s economic, social and environmental wellbeing. But measuring and showing evidence that a particular approach is actually working in terms of social impact is not easy. How do councils capture social value and make sense of it? Pinning down social impact
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Published 6 July 2015


Welsh Planning Act gets royal assent

9th July 2015

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Welsh Planning Act gets royal assent
Published 6 July 2015


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