1998 - New Deal for Communities

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What was the aim of New Deal for Communities?
To help struggling inner city areas.
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Which areas did it help?
39 of the most deprived inner city areas - including: Aston and Birmingham
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How were local communities involved?
To help find solutions to the problems they were facing.
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What 3 areas did Aston Pride aim to help? Number 1
Health and Regeneration - £400,000 has been spent setting up the Aston Pride Community Health Centre.
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What 3 areas did Aston Pride aim to help? Number 2
Employment and Business - local young people have been given help to enter the world of work, via a work experience programme.
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What 3 areas did Aston Pride aim to help? Number 3
Education and lifelong learning - broadband centres have been set up to give local people internet access.
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What is Rebranding?
Giving an area a new image so that it attracts development and employment.
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How is Eastside in Birmingham being revitalised/rebranded?
There is a lot of colleges and university sites that are located in that area. It will have new leisure and cultural attractions (e.g. large new city park)
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What is the aim behind the project?
To create a positive and modern environment. It will attract new businesses to the area and boost employment opportunities.
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Which areas did it help?

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39 of the most deprived inner city areas - including: Aston and Birmingham

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How were local communities involved?

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What 3 areas did Aston Pride aim to help? Number 1

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What 3 areas did Aston Pride aim to help? Number 2

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Blazing

Thank you! You helped a lot! :D

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