ASCL school funding gap

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In a recent study by the Association of School and College Leaders it was identified that schools in the most poorly funded areas of England will each receive about £1.9m less than those in the […]

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OFSTED and Multi Academy Trusts

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It has recently been announced that Ofsted been given the go ahead to take a closer look at Multi Academy Trusts (MAT), and in particular the groups running chains of academies. The Education Secretary Nicky […]

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NNDR: Rates Funding

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If you have not yet claimed your National non-domestic rates (NNDR) for 2014-15 then now is the time to do it. The deadline is 31st March so do not miss out. To complete the claim […]

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Annual tax on enveloped dwellings; pushing the tax envelope

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Since 2013, an Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED) has been payable by companies and some partnerships that own UK residential property (a ‘dwelling’) valued above £2M. This tax is payable each year. Last year’s […]

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Budget 2015- A Pre Election Populist Budget Aimed at the Grey Vote

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The grey vote was at the top of George Osborne’s Budget 2015 agenda. “In the final days of this Parliament the Chancellor not only wrote his job application for the next five years with an […]

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Support for Rural Businesses

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England’s £3 billion Rural Development Programme (RDPE) has been approved by the European Commission, paving the way for the announcement of a range of rural programmes. Examples include the £900m Countryside Stewardship Scheme, and the […]

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March 2015 Budget at a glance

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The key tax announcements of Chancellor George Osborne in his 2015 March Budget. The economy continues to improve and the economic forecasts are encouraging. The fall in the oil price has given households more spending […]

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Get Fit for Nuclear

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Manufacturers are being urged to Get Fit for Nuclear (G4N) through a unique service aimed at helping more companies bid for work in the civil nuclear supply chain. Going forward, the industry has outlined plans […]

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Business Growth Service

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The Business Innovation & Skills (BIS) Select Committee has published a new report on Government Support for Business. The Committee focused on access to finance, support for export, manufacturing, and efforts to encourage local growth […]

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Academy Management Information

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Would your management information stand up to external scrutiny? The Academies Financial Handbook (AFH) requires academies to establish a control framework that recognises public expectations about governance, standards and openness (AFH 2.3.2). This includes a […]

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