Up to 2,000 jobs boost thanks to £120m infrastructure investment
Up to 2,000 jobs are set to be created thanks to a £120m capital investment for infrastructure projects across Wales during 2016-17, Finance and Government Business Minister Jane Hutt announced today.
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- Up to 2,000 jobs boost thanks to £120m infrastructure investment
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05 December 2011
A significant agreement between the Welsh Government and Local Government aims to deliver improved and cost effective services across Wales.
28 November 2011
The first Bill to be introduced since the Welsh Government gained greater law-making powers following the referendum in March 2011 has been laid before the National Assembly for Wales.
18 October 2011
Local Government Minister delivers on the Welsh Government’s pledge to protect schools and social care as he announced details of funding for local authorities from the Welsh Government in 2012-13.
23 June 2011
Local Government Minister Carl Sargeant today launched a challenge on complacency, under-performance and senseless bureaucracy as he takes forward the public service reform agenda.
27 May 2011
Carl Sargeant met today with his appointed Commissioners and Political Group Leaders in Anglesey Council to discuss progress in securing political stability within the Council.
31 March 2011
The clear message from staff and service providers was that local authority service delivery arrangements are often too complex.
29 March 2011
By using this money to fund spending programmes that are already in progress, they can free up resources for future year spends.
16 March 2011
Carl Sargeant announced swift and decisive action to take control of the running of Anglesey Council following the publication of the Auditor General’s re-inspection report today.
03 March 2011
Local Government Minister, Carl Sargeant has appointed Glyn Mathias to review the electoral review programme conducted by the Local Government Boundary Commission for Wales.
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