Stephen Lloyd

Charity sector mourns the passing of Stephen Lloyd

22 Aug 2014 | Emily Corfe

Tributes have been pouring in today for charity lawyer Stephen Lloyd, who died in a boating accident in Wales on Wednesday.


Charity sector mourns the passing of Stephen Lloyd

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Hurd tells charities to expect more private sector investment and ten-year contracts

Nick Hurd has told charities involved in public service delivery to expect longer contracts of up to ten years, payment-by-result models funded by the private sector, the end of full cost recovery and less money available for grants.

Report issues damning critique of NTS governance

The National Trust for Scotland has promised to “drive forward an ambitious programme of change” after the final report of its independent strategic review outlined a range of governance and strategic criticisms.

OCS cuts number of strategic partners from 42 to 15

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