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BECG sponsors Westminster reception for The Brain Tumour Charity

BECG sponsored its charity partner The Brain Tumour Charity at a Westminster reception last week, to support the charity’s work and its goal to double the survival rate and halve the harm that brain tumours cause. 

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Week in Numbers - EU Withdrawal Agreement


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Norwich 2040: A vision for the fine city’s future

Norwich considers itself a city of ‘firsts’. It was the first city in England to be identified as a Unesco City of Literature. Thanks to Alan Partridge, it’s also well known for being home to the UK’s first pedestrianised high street, and the first postcode!

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Greater Manchester Spatial Framework consultation to be in January 2019

Greater Manchester’s leaders have announced that the next consultation on the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework (GMSF) will start in January 2019 and run for eight weeks.

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Week in Numbers 3 December 2018 – Government Affordable Housing figures for 2017/18


Last week, the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government published their 2017/18 annual figures for homes completions. The initial reading for homes completed was positive in that 222,190 properties entered circulation, a figure not too far from the previous years’ total of...

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