MAR 01] COVENTRY AREA COORDINATION NEWS
Communities Get On Track
has won £360,000 government cash to help the Area Co-ordination
Partnership and local communities track progress in improving
the quality of life in the city's priority neighbourhoods.
database will be developed that can be used to improve planning
and performance management and offer big improvements to the way
local services are delivered.
will also be a major tool to enable the Partnership to work with
local people to attack poverty in the city.
database will be accessible via internet technology to the
twelve organisations in Coventry's Strategic Partnership Group,
the City Council and local community groups.
total cost of the project is £480,000 of which £360,000 is
from Government funding.
Phil Townshend, cabinet member (Service Co-ordination), said:
am delighted that we have won this money. It shows the
confidence the Government has in our approach in Coventry to
work together with local people in addressing the problems
that exist in many of our priority neighbourhoods.
money will help us to develop a vital tool in our collective
attack on poverty in those neighbourhoods."