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Museum of London announces plan to relocate to Smithfield General Market

31 Mar 2015 | Alice Sharman
Tags: Property

The Museum of London has revealed plans to relocate to Smithfield General Market from its current home on London Wall by 2021, after the number of visitors doubled in recent years.

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Immigration advice charity hit by 70 per cent funding cut

The Legal Services Commission plans to cut its contract with the Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit by 70 per cent – a move that is fiercely opposed by the Unit’s director.

95 staff facing redundancy at Yorkshire charity

Yorkshire-based youth charity Sheffield Futures has announced it is to shed as many as 95 of its approximately 370 staff due to cuts in funding.

93 staff face redundancy threat at v

Some 93 staff at v face possible redundancy as a result of the Department of Education's decision to axe vschools.

More evidence of public service delivery benefits needed, says TSRC

The Third Sector Research Centre has called for more research into whether commissioning leads to better public services, citing a lack of independent evidence.

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» Daniel Phelan dies, aged 58

Insurance scheme for small local charities launched

Zurich Financial Services has teamed up with Navca to offer low-cost insurance for local charities and community groups.

Commissioners support mergers and collaborations

Research from Capacitybuilders shows the majority of public service commissioners would like to see more mergers and greater collaboration between organisations that provide support and advice to civil society groups.

Age UK insurance under fire as couple suffer 600 per cent increase

An elderly couple has raised concerns over the Age UK insurance scheme which increased their travel insurance costs by 600 per cent following the Help the Aged and Age Concern merger.

Charity Commission opens consultation on online plans

The Charity Commission is seeking views on its plans to place all its services online by 2012, a move which is part of the Commission’s efficiency savings measures.

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