What next for North Wales' poorest neighbourhoods after anti-poverty scheme Community First scrapped?

What next for North Wales' poorest neighbourhoods after anti-poverty scheme Community First scrapped?
 

The scrapping of an anti-poverty scheme has led to uncertainty on what the future holds for some of our poorest towns.
More than £300m has been spent on Communities First since it was launched in 2001 to help people in 52 of Wales most disadvantaged areas.
Hailed by some as having made a positive difference to poorer neighborhoods, some questions have also been raised over its effectiveness, leading to last week’s announcement its to be replaced by a “cross government approach” to boosting prosperity across Wales.
The scheme’s credibility took a knock in October 2011 when Miriam Beard, then... read more

 
16 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 32
Source: Daily Post
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