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The Medway Community Safety Partnership is continuing to hold community engagement meetings for residents in Medway.

Following on from the first of its kind in October, the next meeting is to be held at St Marks Church in Canterbury Street Gillingham on Tuesday, 16 April from 7pm. More

Medway Council’s Cabinet has today (Tuesday, 12 March) approved the setting up of a ground-breaking joint venture company to help it provide facilities management services across its property portfolio. The partnership between the council and the public-sector owned company Norse is the first of its kind in the South East and will both save money and create local jobs for local firms and apprenticeships. Medway Council operates from more than 140 buildings across Medway with a current value in the region of £1bn, which all need to be looked after. The council spends more than £7million per year on traditional facilities management such as cleaning, maintenance and catering and wanted to find a way of offering a better value for money service. More

Please find below a joint statement from Cllr Mike O’Brien, the Chair of the Medway Community Safety partnership, and Superintendent Rachel Adams, the Vice Chair of the Medway Community Safety Partnership: More

New portal gives local young people the resources to progress into a rewarding career

With unemployment at record levels among 16 to 24 year olds, and a recent survey stating that many young people don’t feel they will ever land their dream job, a groundbreaking initiative launches today. More


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