Are same plans used for all people in entire process of building and pest inspection?

The new Action for Access Guide for arts organisations is being launched on 2 July at 1.30pm at Citadel Arts Centre in St Helens. In addition to examples of disability arts to be featured, there will be a short theatre performance piece by Mind the . . . Gap. The Action for Access Guide results from a series of seminars for arts professionals across the north west in autumn 2002. The seminars were called Action for Access because they were about action not theory, about actually making changes to improve access.

This guide aims to continue that momentum and become a useful tool in the fight to ensure accessibility to our buildings, our services and our art. Most fine arts departments at colleges and universities in the northwest have finalised arrangements for their degree shows. The arts and culture network has been set up to promote and support community and voluntary arts in Liverpool. The network has a membership of over 150 organisations and wishes to recruit other Liverpool community and voluntary groups to join.

The network has an active steering group of which three members sit on the Strategic Issue Partnership [SIP]. The network can offer support to young and emerging groups as well as more established organisations. Artists and other producers continually develop projects but there is no mechanism for receiving a response or for increasing the understanding of how work communicates. It is obvious that this lack is not unique to Liverpool, and affects most producers in UK regions and also in London, where scale of activity leads to enormous competition for critical attention.

As we have communicated before, the Pamphlet consists of a letters/reviews section and a commissioned essay. Static are keen to build up a large network of people who have strong opinions and are able to communicate them, for the reviews/letters section. As Static is led by an architect and artist, the scope of the Pamphlet is wide, creating an opportunity to raise criticism of all aspects of our cultural environment, including architecture, cultural policy, education, organisations, art, design, fashion, literature, media, criticism, Building Surveying etc.


What are the legal duties to be seen while the building and pest inspection is done?

We must keep up the pressuPest Removere in order to obtain the best outcomes for Cornwall. From Punch and Judy, clowns and magicians, samba dancing and puppets to baby animals, classical music and carnival capers of all kinds. these are just some of the activities planned in libraries in the east of the county during August. Although many of the activities are aimed at children, with magicians and clowns, we also want to encourage adults to visit our libraries. Camelford Library will be enjoying carnival capers and welcoming a variety of animals to encourage children, while samba, dance and drumming activities will be taking place in Launceston.

which re-opens on August 20th after the new lift has been installed, will be celebrating with a Carnival puppets workshop, while Lostwithiel and Looe will also be enjoying carnival time activities. promotion, as well as a Adult readers Prize Draw and carnival capers for the youngsters, while Padstow and Par will also be going carnival mad. Baby animals from Dartmoor Wildlife Park will be visiting Saltash Library, whose staff are also staging an Aztec Art day and classical musical recitals. while St Austell will be welcoming magician Emazabad, staging an exhibition of paintings by local artists Graham Andrew and hosing an interactive drama workshop creating a story and then re-enacting it with the help of STERTS Theatre workshop.

Local artist Pauline Smith will be displaying her work at Torpoint Library, which will also stage a special activities morning for children with Coz the Clown, while Upton Cross will have a children’s carnival head dress procession. Puppets are on the menu at Wadebridge Library, which will also host a series of events by Performing Arts. These will include a series of lectures by local composer and conductor Paul Drayton on concerts to be broadcast on this year’s Proms season. The only Education Action Zone in Cornwall has been given the thumbs up by Education Minister Stephen Timms, Combined Building & Pest Inspection and this week received confirmation of an extra two years funding from the DfES.

The zone has provided funding for a wide variety of activities aimed at supporting schools in setting high standards for their pupils. Originally set up for a three year life, the early innovative programmes of the zone have brought praise from Government advisors, and the extra two years of resourcing. Our rapid successes have come about because everyone in the area is so keen to get involved. in local services to the people of Cornwall have received a favourable report from the District Auditor.


What is basically checked by the inspectors while carrying out the inspection?

The new Board make-up means a broad range of current business experience is being brought to the boardroom table, which, together with the expertise and background of other members, will add further value to the SEEDA Board. Mr Brathwaite was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List 2000. Protecting the environment and conserving precious natural resources is high on the list of priorities for the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA) – and to prove it the Agency has decided not to send out printed Christmas cards this year.

To enable SEEDA to create a suitably eye-catching ‘electronic Christmas card’, Young Engineers Clubs in schools and colleges throughout the South East have been invited to submit design ideas that reflect what it’s like to live or work in the region. The winning e-card will be incorporated on the web sites of SEEDA and Young Engineers and emailed to businesses and organisations around the region.

Chief Executive of SEEDA, Anthony Dunnett, said: “We decided that this year we would not be sending out conventional Christmas cards but would try to live up to our ‘Green’ credentials by communicating our Christmas messages by email and on the web. This is far more environmentally sustainable than consuming yet more paper and card, and by running this competition for schools we hope that we have moved further towards our goal of a ‘wired region’, where more and more people communicate electronically.

The ‘World Class Workforce Conference’ took place on Wednesday 28 November bringing together business and union leaders in wider debate on fundamental workforce development issues in the South East. The jointly formed SEEDA Workforce Development Group has created an active forum for managers and union officials to exchange ideas about best practice in industry. This conference represents an important step on the road to achieving a truly World Class Workforce across the South East.

It is also a good demonstration of the use by RDAs of the CPO powers we have, and our willingness to use them in the appropriate circumstances for urban renaissance.