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Shared Prosperity Fund webinar - 25th May

Shared Prosperity Fund:
A guide for place leaders and managers

Webinar: 25th May 2022 | 2pm-3.30pm

IPM Members: Free
Non-Members: £50+ VAT

Register now

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About the webinar

The Institute of Place Management present findings from the High Streets Task Force on town transformation across the UK. This focused webinar will relate these findings to the Shared Prosperity fund, to provide learning and approaches for those compiling SPF investment cases, and for those keen to participate in SPF investment and local projects.

The webinar will:

  • Present findings from the High Streets Task Force on local strengths, weaknesses, barriers and opportunities to transforming towns and cities

  • Help place leaders to understand how these findings relate to the Shared Prosperity Fund, its structure and priorities

  • Provide expert guidance on place governance structures, which can also help deliver SPF impact

  • Present practical approaches to prioritising interventions in your place and developing the right place strategy

  • Present considerations on local capacity for delivery which should be factored into future strategy and funding

The webinar is suitable for any individual involved in local place transformation, but particularly for those with a role in shaping the use of Shared Prosperity Funding, or considering future funding where similar investment cases must be prepared.

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Join Prof. Cathy Parker and the IPM team

Get insights and frameworks to help your local strategy and place governance, and thinking about prioritising the SPF and its delivery.

The IPM has spent nearly two decades researching effective place management and governance in the UK and beyond. As Lead Partners of the High Streets Task Force, we have visited over 80 local authorities in the past two years, understanding the key issues facing councils and place stakeholders as they look to make change happen.

Hear from Professor Cathy Parker on this learning and how you can put it into action in your own place, projects and funding bids.

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Register now

Shared Prosperity Fund:
A guide for place leaders and managers

Webinar: 25th May 2022 | 2pm-3.30pm

IPM Members: Free
Non-Members: £50+ VAT

 

IPM

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IPM

Formed in 2006, the Institute of Place Management is the international professional body that supports people committed to developing, managing and making places better.

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