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Youth Unemployment Scrutiny Review »
To look at ways City of York Council can help young people navigate the employment economy
Out of Hours Childcare »
Out of hours childcare and the impact that a lack of this had on those working outside of standard hours
Scrutiny Review of Youth Employment in Pendle »
The review sought to take a closer look at the current position in respect of youth employment in Pendle and to discuss with appropriate people what can be done locally to help young people find jobs.
Birmingham's Local Centres »
The key question asked was “What needs to be done to generate growth and employment in local centres?“
Birmingham City Council: Closing the Skills Gap »
The Committee set out to assess the skills gap in the city, and to look at how we close it.
Scrutiny Review of Town Centres »
Pendle has six separate town centres all with their own strengths/weaknesses. One made a successful bid for Portas pilot funding during the course of the review. Actions arising include new uses for town centre space and premises and incentives to new business.
Birmingham City Council: Worklessness »
The Committee has continued to monitor the priority given to tackling long-term worklessness within key city strategies. This report highlights the findings and recommendations.
Support for the Retail Sector- Brighton & Hove City Council »
look at ways of supporting the city’s independent retailers.
Increasing Young People’s Employment Opportunities (18-24) in County Durham »
A review focusing on how DCC can increase the employment opportunities for young people working with partners within the County,
Increasing Young Pepoles' Employment Opportunities (18-24) in County Durham »
A review on how Durham County Council and Partners can further develop support for and engagement with employees in County Durham to increase opportunities for young people aged 18-24..
Scrutiny Inquiry Report: create local employment and skills opportunities »
Maximising Powers to Promote Influence and Create Local Employment and Skills Opportunities
Report of the Regeneration and Employment Scrutiny Commission’s Review into Regeneration and Transport in Newham. »
A review that looked at how transport effects regeneration in Newham and recommended ways these effects could be positive and not negative.
A REVIEW INTO WHETHER THE RESIDENT WORKFORCE IN PORTSMOUTH HAS THE REQUISITE SKILLS TO SATISFY THE CURRENT AND FUTURE NEEDS OF THE CITY, ITS RESIDENTS AND LOCAL EMPLOYERS »
Hackney: Supporting Local High Streets »
This report details the findings and recommendations from the scrutiny review of Supporting Local High Streets. The Commission chose this topic for review in recognition that the council's business development support was focused on 'town centres' (like Dalston and Hackney Central) rather than local community hubs, and the real contribution these high streets can make to life in Hackney.
The Future of Economic Development in the East Riding »
To assess economic development in the East Riding and help formulate the new Economic Development Strategy 2012-16.
Birmingham City Council: Review of Partnership Working - The City Council and Trade Unions »
A Scrutiny Review into the working relationship between the City Council and its recognised Trade Unions.
EIT Review of Regeneration & Economic Development »
Efficiency, Improvement & Transformation Review
Birmingham City Council: Supporting the Recovery »
In June 2010, the then Transportation and Regeneration Overview & Scrutiny (O&S) Committee (now the Transport, Environment and Regeneration O&S Committee) agreed to undertake a Scrutiny Review of Supporting the Recovery. The key aim was to investigate how the City Council can encourage private investment in the city to increase employment.
This was undertaken as part of the Committee’s role in supporting the Cabinet Member for Transport, Environment and Regeneration in meeting the key City Council priority to “succeed economically”.
It was also undertaken in the context of rapid change in the national and regional economic framework, in particular with the abolition of Regional Development Agencies and the inception of Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEP).
Cardiff's Night Time Economy »
This inquiry Examined the impact and contribution made by the night time economy to the economic and cultural wellbeing of Cardiff.
Developing Southampton's Knowledge Economy »
Since the end of the 20th century many regions and cities of the world have seen their future economic success being based upon the development of a ‘knowledge economy’. This Inquiry sought to identify action the City Council and its partners might take to promote the development of Southampton’s knowledge economy to benefit local residents and businesses.
Regeneration Working Group »
The Regeneration Scrutiny Working Group was set-up to scrutinise local regeneration issues and action, including reviewing the scope and function of the Regeneration Service, and to consider how the Service will deliver:
• Support to local businesses
• Development of secondary and main town centres
• Management of the night time economy
Review into: How we create new businesses in Neath Port Talbot and how to encourage more people into business »
The changing landscape of business support has had consequences for both small firms seeking support and also for the County Borough Council itself in terms of the support it can provide. Consequently, the Economic Community Regeneration Scrutiny Committee decided to undertake this Task and Finish Review into Business Support Services offered by the Council: looking holistically at how to encourage more people into business in Neath Port Talbot and at how to tackle the issues currently faced by small businesses
The Role of the Utility Companies in Supporting the Delivery and Regeneration in the Borough »
The purpose of the review was to try to understand the role of the Industry Regulators, the type of complaints they dealt with and identify issues that have had an impact on the support and delivery of development and regeneration in the Borough.
Working Neighbourhood Fund »
Members of Hartlepool Borough Council's Regeneration and Planning Services Scrutiny Forum scrutinised the effect of the loss of the Working Neighbourhoods Fund on jobs and the economy themed providers in Hartlepool and considered ways forward in the current economic climate.
Youth Employment »
An investigation into how the Council and its partners could mitigate the impact of funding cuts on young people, given the current state of the economy and levels of youth unemployment. The review aimed to examine what is already being done, identify any gaps and suggest improvements.