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ADAPT Westmister

EU-funded project that provides a programme of training and development for the staff of MPs, at Westminster and in the constituencies. Includes event listings, guides, notice board, and information on induction and representation.

http://www.adaptwestminster.co.uk/

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Boundary Commission for England

Non-departmental public body which reviews and advises on the parliamentary boundaries in England. Brief information about the Commission and details of its Review Areas and full recommendations are available.

http://www.statistics.gov.uk/pbc/default.asp

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Connexions

Resources for anyone involved in delivering the government's Connexions initiative, including advisors, employers and parents. Details of the initiative, publications and how to get involved.

http://www.connexions.gov.uk/partnerships/

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English Partnerships

Coordinates land and usage plans in England. Site provides details of ongoing programmes, partnerships, environmental activities, funding, best practice and operations.

http://www.englishpartnerships.co.uk/

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Housing Corporation

Government agency providing social housing, with news, resources and links to official publications.

http://www.housingcorp.gov.uk/

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Learning and Skills Council

Responsible for funding and planning education and training for over 16-year-olds in England. Provides countrywide information on training plans and work opportunities.

http://www.lsc.gov.uk

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The Countryside Agency

The statutory body working to conserve and enhance the English countryside and to promote social equity and economic opportunity for the people who live there.

http://www.countryside.gov.uk/

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