More people will enjoy a warmer home for less thanks to the third release from the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF) worth up to £70 million.
During their meeting they also signed a Joint Declaration, recognising the strength of the UK-Mexico relationship and setting out areas for future collaboration.
Philip Hammond said:
Enforcement officers will soon be able to seize vehicles suspected of being involved in fly-tipping thanks to enhanced powers to crack down on waste crime, Resource Management Minister Dan Rogerson announced today.
The Charity Commission is reminding charities to exercise greater vigilance when considering funding non-charitable bodies, to ensure that funds are used only for charitable activities which further the purposes of their charity and do not expose it to reputational risks or other risks that impact on public trust and confidence in charity.
The orders, announced by Glasgow Sheriff Court on 2 February 2015, will prevent Stephen (48) and Martin Melville (46) from acting as directors for 9 years and 8 years respectively from 23 February 2015 As a consequence of their actions the creditors of Anderson Beckette Limited, which operated as a payroll services provider, were prejudiced.
Partnerships between UK and China in film, TV, healthcare and tourism have been announced at the GREAT Festival of Creativity in Shanghaitaking place 2 to 4 March 2015.
However, while retailers have access to increasing amounts of data about customers and transactions they are less likely than businesses in other sectors to use it in their business decisions.
Innovate UK is to invest up to £4 million in projects exploring new ways to convert data about people into valuable insights that:
City Minister Andrea Leadsom today visited Bristol where she gave akeynote speech about the importance of the south-west’s financial services sector to the local economy.
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne today (Friday 27 February) announced £1.4 million of funding for Nissan to support the company in creating the skills base needed to build its next generation of Infiniti model in the UK. Nissan will match-fund the contribution and the £2.8 million project will support intensive training for 1,742 staff.
Housing and Planning Minister Brandon Lewis today (26 February 2015) announced a multi-million pound boost to support communities looking to set up neighbourhood plans.
Neighbourhood planning allows people to decide the future development of their area, including where new homes and businesses should be built.
Public Health England (PHE) has announced the successful applicants for £10 million of capital funding for services that are helping people in England with drug or alcohol problems to recover from their addiction.
Farmers will soon be able to apply for new grants to help them protect the environment and reduce water pollution. Environment Minister, Dan Rogerson, announced today that Natural England will be accepting applications for Water Capital Grants from 2 March.
Innovate UK and the FutureRailway programme are to invest up to £6 million to support business innovation in digital technologies that improve the customer experience in UK and international rail markets.
Greg Clark, the Minister for Universities, Science and Cities, today (25 February 2015) visited Science Central in Newcastle to sign the North East Growth Deal, which will see nearly £330 million of government funding invested into the North East.
Alongside a number of avionics system upgrades, the contract will see the integration of the Brimstone 2 missile onto the world class combat aircraft and is expected to sustain more than 200 UK jobs based at BAE Systems in Lancashire and MBDA in Stevenage, Hertfordshire.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander has today (23 February 2015) announced that the British Business Bank is commissioning new independent research for a report on the sustainability of Community Development Finance Institutions (CDFIs). It will report on its findings in June. CDFIs offer loans for viable small businesses struggling to secure finance from mainstream lenders.
There are now more than one million people in Ukraine who have been forced from their homes and five million living in conflict-affected areas. The capacity of host communities to provide shelter is exhausted and humanitarian access to those in need remains challenging.
Welcome to the magnificent Turbine Hall, and thank you for joining Boris and me here.
20 years ago this was the derelict interior of a disused power station.
Today it is the most visited modern art gallery in the world.
It shows that there is nothing our great capital city cannot achieve if it applies determination and vision and optimism to our future.
Determination, vision and optimism is the economic ambition I have set for our country.
Determination, vision and optimism is what Boris Johnson has brought to the job of Mayor.
The Chancellor and Mayor of London today set out their six-point long term economic plan for London showing what has been delivered, what is underway and what more can be done to make the city prosperous in the long term.
One hundred and sixty adoptive families across the country have now benefitted from essential therapy services to help their children settle into their new homes, thanks to a brand new government fund.