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£60M WON TO SUPPORT PARTNERSHIPS

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Over 50 councils have won a share of£60m in the second round of bidding for the government's Invest to Save budget...
Over 50 councils have won a share of£60m in the second round of bidding for the government's Invest to Save budget.

The fund, worth a total of£230m over two years, is designed to support joint ventures by public bodies to deliver innovative, joined-up, locally responsive and efficient services.

Worcestershire CC, for instance, has won funding for an advice and information service run by and for young people; Southwark LBC will receive money for a scheme to develop a multi-agency approach to tackling anti-social behaviour.

Councils were excluded from the first round , which was open only to central government departments and their agencies.
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