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The resulting Community Led Plan forms a blueprint for use by Town/Parish Councils and other local bodies, as well as providing evidence for funding bids to enable the actions identified to be completed.
Mrs Surfleet a registered customer of the car scheme thanked HWRA for an excellent service and also to personally thank the driver, Terry for his help and assitance in providing transport to her medical appointment.
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Health-check your business resilience short film

28th June 2015

Your Climate Yorkshire and Humber Partnership, the Environment Agency, Humber Local Enterprise Partnership, Associated British Ports (ABP), East Riding of Yorkshire Council, North East Lincolnshire Council and Hull City Council have produced a short film for small-and-medium-sized businesses to help them grow and boost competitiveness through increased resilience to extreme weather.

Introduced by Lord Haskins, chair of the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership, the film focuses on how the impacts from severe weather such as the tidal surge of December 2013 - can affect business premises, operations, supply chains, logistics, staff, markets, finances and insurance. The film also encourages local businesses to take advantage of the free online business resilience health check service to gain an insight into potential risks and receive practical advice on how to be prepared for extreme weather conditions.

To watch the film, go to;http://youtu.be/k37jOVcHDtc

For a business resilience health check, visit www.businessresiliencehealthcheck.co.uk and keep trading whatever the weather.

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A fall in property prices as a consequence of Covid19 could reduce the number of affordable homes that get built in the countryside whilst larger, more inappropriate development could get the go-ahead warns charity, Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE).W We know that many rural communities are supportive of small-scale housing schemes that are sensitive to the look and feel of the local area and which create homes that are affordable to local residents. But the fallout from Covid19 could up-end the viability of such schemes.

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Rural Housing Week 2020 (6th - 10th July)

Rural Housing Week is an annual celebration of rural housing when organisations work with external stakeholders to reinforce the message that housing is vital for the survival of rural communities and services.

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