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Getting it together: new money and better partnerships

Ruth Lupton

in Poverty Street

Published by Policy Press

Published in print November 2003 | ISBN: 9781861345356
Published online March 2012 | e-ISBN: 9781447303039 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1332/policypress/9781861345356.003.0010
Getting it together: new money and better partnerships

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This chapter provides a better understanding of the benefits of new money and having better partnerships of agencies. Most of the new activity was funded through special funding programmes, the ‘funny money’ as it was often referred to. This money draws attention to what was not happening, which was an increase in core local authority, police, or health services. Joined-up government took on a new prominence under New Labour and was a major theme in the National Neighbourhood Renewal Strategy. The new programmes all had an emphasis on community involvement, and provided new opportunities and better structures for local people to influence decisions. In every area, partnership working between agencies had improved. Thus, in the way that regeneration was being tackled, it appeared that some of the lessons of the past had been learnt. There were positive signs of change.

Keywords: funny money; partnerships; funding programmes; joined-up government; New Labour; neighbourhood renewal

Chapter.  5066 words. 

Subjects: Social Stratification, Inequality, and Mobility

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