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Community business news, issue 8

Issue 8 content:

  • Money is the message, study of the needs of community business in Strathclyde by the Planning Exchange for CBS
  • Publications
  • Community business training, in Strathclyde and Lothian
  • Levi Strauss and Co support for community based economic development in Scotland
  • Link up to Europe, series of seminars on local employment initiatives
  • Development in Central Region, first meeting of Management Committee of Community Business Central
  • Denny Bonnybridge Project, community business, courses, seminars and publicity
  • LEAP case study series
  • CIRT community business monitoring project
  • The Roughcast kids: Forgewood could be miles better, on Forgewood Enterprises gardening project and enterprise block with micro workspaces, LEAP survey on unemployment, Community Organised Jobs Action Counselling Service (COJAC)
  • Off the peg solutions, on Bathgate's growth and decline
  • Federation of Ayrshire Community Enterprises (FACE) formed
  • VPP knitting project, Voluntary Project Programme organised by the Manpower Services Commission for unemployed people to develop skills through a constructive activity
  • A government regional policy for community business? on research into the low impact of regional policy in Scotland
  • Can the rules change?, seminar on the Enterprise Allowance Scheme
  • Mohair and pure wool handknits from HAZE, Home Production Sales Organisation, Glasgow
  • HPSO grant approved, urban aid grant for the 'second tier' community business
  • Jobs Action Group (JAG) and Provanhall Holdings Ltd, Easterhouse feature on Radio 4 series

Community business news, third annual convention

Third annual convention issue content:

  • Community Business Central opens, in Falkirk
  • Local CB federations, formed in 1983: Federation of Ayrshire Community Enterprises (FACE); Federation of Strathclyde Community Businesses proposed; Community Business Lothian committee
  • Convention programme
  • Convenor's report
  • Enterprise Allowance, scheme, being extended
  • CBS Board of Management vacancies
  • What is Strathclyde up to?, agency to replace LEAP not yet constituted and set up

Community business news, issue 10

Issue 10 content:

  • Community business directory, bieing published
  • Kinnock's commitment, Leader of Labour Party, Neil Kinnock, speaking on commitment to putting co-operatives and their development 'at the centre' of the economic programme
  • Publications
  • EIB Developments Ltd, Erskine, Inchinnan and Bishopton Development Company Ltd set up to support individuals and groups to set up in business for themselves
  • Co-op fair, at Kensington Town Hall opened by EEC Commissioner
  • A union bank, the Unity Trust set up my trades unions and the Co-op Bank
  • The third sector economy, problems, local economy, progressive local authorites
  • The Glasgow Business Club formed to help create and stabilise the performance of small firms in Glasgow
  • A newcomer's look at community business, newly appointed manager of the Denny Emplyment Creation Group
  • A view from the edge - community businesses in Strathclyde
  • Community business in Lothian: Craigsfarm Ltd; Handicabs (Lothian) Ltd
  • Darnley Mill, potential for job creation and community enterprise at the Darnley Mill and Walkmill Glen Reservoir, Glasgow
  • Housing co-ops, what and where are they in Scotland
  • Community action in Wigtown
  • Women in Co-operation, Industrial Common Ownership Movement (ICOM) Women's Link Up and Scottish Co-operatives Development Committee (SCDC) Forum
  • Scottish Co-operative collaboration
  • Some financial terms explained
  • The cost of unemployment, calculated by the Centre for Alternative Industrial and Technological Systems (CAITS)
  • Strathclyde Community Business Ltd, John Pearce, Head of the new agency

CB news, issue 21

Issue 21 content:

  • Election year, general election speculation
  • Penalising success, Govan Workspace Ltd funding
  • Community enterprise in Eire, Youth Employment Agency (YEA)
  • A development unit for Lothian, Community Enterprise Lothian Ltd (CELL)
  • Community Business London
  • Opinions: 'federations': history approaches and needs
  • Strathclyde news: Eurotrain on the rails, Garnock Workspace; SCB under review; Barrowfield video; Clyde Foods stops trading; training courses; training packs; Barry organises SCB Library; development funding; staff exchange with Department of Employment and Training in Western Australia
  • CBS development units seminar
  • The many shades of green, environment rally in Glasgow
  • Enterprise Development and Advisory Project (EDAP) a success
  • Women in Community Enterprise (WICE), information provision, training and campaigning
  • Designprint Ltd , Kilmarnock
  • Economic Creation Group (ECG) publicity bid
  • Publications
  • Conference reports: Tackling unemployment with enterprise; How to lobby effectively

CB news, issue 22

Issue 22 content:

  • What the parties didn't say!, policies and intentions towards community businesses
  • Action for Jobs, roadshow in Glasgow
  • Opinions: ommunity business and private enterprise
  • Lessons from America? USA social policy; community contracting
  • Community and Social Enterprise (CASE) training in West Lothian
  • First local co-operative development agency being established in Edinburgh
  • Community business researched, University of Glasgow's Training and Employment Research Unit (TERU) research commissioned by the Scottish Development Department (SDD)
  • Breich Enterprise Action Group (BEAG), a collective community response to unemployment in West Lothian
  • The struggle for Stonebridge, BBC2 "40 minutes" production
  • Strathclyde Community Business: review; a new community business for Ruchill; enterprise education in schools; what's it called..Cumbernauld, Cumbernauld Commmunity Business funding; the 1986 vocational training programme; pre-service training for community workers
  • Second CBS development unit seminar
  • Community Business Grampian, progress
  • Community business federations
  • Goodwill Enterprises Whitburn
  • Report on community business developments in London
  • Finance as if people mattered, Industrial Common Ownership Finance Ltd (ICOF) share issue
  • People in community business, William Currie
  • The do's and dont's of public speaking
  • Seminars and conferences
  • Background to Bootstrap Enterprises, Hackney, London
  • Publications

CB news, issue 23

Issue 23 content:

  • A decade of community enterprise, achievements of the movement in Scotland in new publication "The First Ten Years"
  • CBS incorporation
  • Opinions: community business and the social economy
  • Lessons from America: the Watts Labour Community Action Committee
  • Scottish Homes: a new agency for housing in Scotland', new government document
  • Development unit news: ACE-HI; Lothian and Tayside; management trainee scheme in Strathclyde
  • Co-operative Wholesale Society (CWS) membership campaign
  • SCB, looking back to look ahead, review conclusions and proposals
  • Autumn/Winter training programme
  • Social auditing and community benefit
  • Convention '87 special: organising; seminar 'Local authorities and community enterprise'; programme; raiders of the lost ark, experience of community business; CBS Secretary's report for 1987
  • Social audit checklist
  • Development funding
  • SCB annual report 1986/87
  • Enterprise Development and Advisory Project (EDAP) and 'the Heineken effect'
  • Drumchapel Community Business Ltd
  • Working together: joint CBS/ACE-HI meeting
  • What the parties said to ACE-HI, regarding their policies for community business
  • Its no - ah problem, Park Area in Garvel Road , Barlanark, landscaped by Barlanark Community Enterprises
  • Community enterprise, a live issue on the regional agenda
  • Community enterprise jargon

Community business news, issue 35

Issue 35 content:

  • CB News: Fund deadline extended, SCEIF; Short courses, Employment Inititiatives Unit, Birmingham; Report on top down initiatives; New food co-op, Middlefield, Aberdeen; Mobile creche started, Creche-N-Go, Rochdale; A voice from the community, formation of an association for community newspapers; Human survival, national convention called by World Disarmament Campaign; Secondment survey, from Action Resource Centre (ARC); Applications invited for travelling bursary award; Sheffield venue for CE-UK AGM; City of Discovery to host 1990 CBS convention; Community run swimming pools, in the Highlands; New booklet on women working in co-operatives; New economic consultancy launched in the Midlands; prime opportunity for Valleymedia, Midlothian; MP puts community in enterprise, Tony Worthington debate; EEC launches poverty programme; Great recovery of cans, recycling
  • Oil and troubled waters, the less beneficial economic impact of North Sea oil and the role for community enterprise in Grampian region
  • A growing concern, development of community enterprise in Leicester
  • Tuned in to the community, East End Radio Ltd, Easterhouse, Glasgow
  • Coming out of the broom cupboard, Benarty Community Enterprise Group lease closed Co-operative Wholesale Society (CWS) store in Fife
  • Home thoughts from abroad, report of seminar on German Marshall Fund fellows trip to USA
  • New initiative in the Valleys, South Wales
  • What should a sponsor look for?, on BP's funding policy
  • Finding a firm foundation, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
  • Bootstrap Enterprises, a project funded by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in London
  • Mulholland's memories, Felix Mulholland gives a lighthearted account of visiting community businesses
  • CBS, lame duck or soaring eagle?, critical appraisal of the role of CBS
  • SWOT analyisis
  • Book reviews
  • Advert for Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF)

Community business news, issue 43

Issue 43 content:

  • CB News: Government support for community enterprise; Success for UK's largest co-op, Tayside Holdings; and disappointment for others, Fife Scottish Bus Company workers; Sud'n'comfort, laundrette opened by Hots Village Community Enterprise, Oldham; Dispensing with AGMs, changes to the Companies Act; Childcare and community enterprise, report; Conference on global issues, from COMMACT; New storey at West Calder Workspace; Travel bursaries available, from the Ken Lucas Memorial Fund; The Jolly Green Giant, Great Recovery recycling raising funds; Two travel to Zimbabwe, with Commonwealth Relations Trust bursaries; From Middlesborough to Masvingo; Westminster conference on involvement of local communities in regeneration; CB model legal structure revised; Fitting tribute to John Pearce; Happy Birthday Kidcare; Lone parents getting together, information pack; Co-op Link-up with Africa
  • Community enterprise in the UK (CE-UK), the case for a national organisation
  • Prince Charles makes twenty year award, for a community enterprise which has sustained itself for at least 20 years, to the North Kensington Amenity Trust
  • Report to the Commonwealth Relations Trust on study visits to India and Bangladesh
  • Putting people first, Middlesborough Borough Council's policy to stimulate community economic development
  • Stepping Together, a new publication promoting education for local development
  • Routes to success, Up Routes Removals and Storage Co-operative
  • Investigating in justice, first conference of the UK Social Investment Forum (UKSIF)
  • Investing wisely, report on three community businesses in receipt of SCEIF loans: Barra Community Co-operative (Co-chomunn Bharraidh); Cottier Theatre; Linn Park Community Business catering facility in Castlemilk
  • Philosophers, Heretics and Fish, a fresh look at the future from the newly appointed Chief Executive of Community Business Scotland
  • Taking power for the people, overview of Empowerment for Local Communities conference
  • Advert for Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF)

National Network of Community Business bulletins

This file contains 10 items:

  • 1994/5 bulletin no. 1 (part removed for data protection)
  • 1994/5 bulletin no. 2 (part removed for data protection)
  • 1994/5 bulletin no. 3
  • 1995 bulletin no. 4
  • 1996 bulletin no. 5
  • 1996 bulletin no. 6
  • 1997 bulletin no. 7
  • 1997 bulletin no. 8 (part removed for data protection)
  • 1997 bulletin no. 9 (part removed for data protection)
  • Bulletin no. 2, June 1999

The bulletins contain contact details for community businesses, support organisations, and other members from the UK and abroad.

Legal structures guidance and models

This file contains 18 items:

  • Legal structures information sheet: typical group structure
  • The companies (single member private limited companies) regulations 1992
  • C148GB.MAA: Companies Act 1985: Company limited by guarantee and not having a share capital: memorandum of association, draft 8.7.91, model constitution printed on scrap paper
  • C205GA.MAA: Companies Act 1985: Company limited by shares: memorandum of association, draft 4.5.94, model constitution printed on scrap paper
  • C148GE: Companies Act 1985: Special provisions SP(G1) for membership open to representatives of local community groups etc, draft model constitution printed on scrap paper
  • C148GF: Companies Act 1985: Special provisions SP(G1)B for membership open to representatives of specified local community groups etc, only, draft model constitution printed on scrap paper
  • C148GG: Companies Act 1985: Special provisions SP(G1)C for representatives of local community groups etc,: right to appoint proxy, draft model constitution printed on scrap paper
  • C148GH: Companies Act 1985: Special provisions SP(G1)D for representatives of selected local community groups etc,: additional voting rights, draft model constitution printed on scrap paper
  • C148GI: Companies Act 1985: Special provisions SP(G1)E for associate membership, draft model constitution printed on scrap paper
  • C148GJ: Companies Act 1985: Special provisions SP(G1)F for unanimous vote of members required in relation to certain alterations to memo and articles, draft model constitution printed on scrap paper
  • Company limited by guarantee and not having a share capital: memorandum and articles of association: short form, master
  • Company limited by guarantee and not having a share capital: memorandum and articles of association: short form, draft 8.7.1991
  • Company limited by guarantee and not having a share capital: memorandum and articles of association, master
  • Company limited by guarantee and not having a share capital: memorandum and articles of association, draft 8.7.1991
  • Company limited by guarantee and not having a share capital: memorandum and articles of association' bound copy
  • Company limited by shares wholly owned subsidiary: model memorandum and articles of association, master
  • Special provisions: for model memorandum and articles of association (company limited by and not having a share capital), master
  • Special provisions: for model memorandum and articles of association (company limited by shares - wholly owned subsidiary), master
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