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London Borough of Lambeth, GB partnered with Beam to support homeless residents seeking employment

London Borough of Lambeth partnered with Beam to support residents into employment and provide funding for job training, equipment, childcare, and travel costs. Participating residents are matched with a dedicated Beam caseworker who supports them on their journey into employment. Each participant's crowdfunding campaign is supported by approximately 200 people. Eligibility is limited to homeless residents currently seeking employment.

Public Private Partnership (PPP)+4
LB

London Borough of Lambeth, GB

United Kingdom

Oklahoma City, OK partners with local organizations on crowdlending initiative through Kiva U.S.

The city provides funds to the Economic Development Trust for a local hub of Kiva's crowdlending service. Nonprofit Progress OKC will recruit small businesses, review campaign applications, and advise participants throughout the process. Participating businesses conduct one-month campaigns for up to $15,000 in loans from a global network of one million lenders. This initiative opens a new avenue for small business funding with zero-interest loans and three-year repayment timelines.

Public Private Partnership (PPP)+2
OC

Oklahoma City, OK

United States

London Borough of Lambeth, GB partnered with Integrate to launch Community Lambeth online directory

London Borough of Lambeth partnered with the Integrate Agency to launch a new Community Lambeth online directory. The online directory functions as a guidebook for the 843 voluntary, community, and social enterprise sector organisations which have worked with Integrate. Users can easily search the directory by organisation type, activities, turnover, and postcode.

Public Private Partnership (PPP)+3
LB

London Borough of Lambeth, GB

United Kingdom

Yorkton, SK launched a new website with improved structure and enhanced searching capabilities

The City of Yorkton launched a new website, designed by eSolutionsGroup, with an improved sitemap structure and enhanced search engine capabilities. The city's Economic Development and Information Technology departments collaborated on the website to make it easier for visitors to navigate, help users find information faster, and integrate the new functions with existing systems. The website's features include a community events calendar, bylaw search function, accessibility standards, etc.

Public Private Partnership (PPP)+4
YS

Yorkton, SK

Canada

Birmingham City Council, GB partnered with Help2Rent to pair landlords with homeless tenants

Birmingham City Council partnered with the Help2Rent organization to help homeless families find affordable housing and to support landlords in the private rented sector. The scheme provides incentives to landlords who offer 12-month fixed tenancies to homeless and low-income families. Participating landlords can select from a range of assurances including landlord insurance, rental deposits, and rental guarantees which are normally a barrier to accepting low-income tenants.

Public Private Partnership (PPP)+3
BC

Birmingham City Council, GB

United Kingdom

Birmingham City Council, GB partnered with Voi to launch a one-year trial of e-scooters

Birmingham City Council partnered with Voi to launch an e-scooter trial in the region for one year. The e-scooters will be accessible to the public in the city centre and they will be allowed on any road with a speed limit of 30 mph or less. The e-scooters will not be permitted to go over 15.5 mph on roads or over 5 mph in pedestrian areas. The Council designed the trial to encourage e-scooter travel as a healthier environmentally-friendly alternative to car travel on short journeys.

Public Private Partnership (PPP)+4
BC

Birmingham City Council, GB

United Kingdom

Birmingham City Council, GB partnered with ESB EV Solutions to deploy a network of charging points

Birmingham City Council partnered with ESB EV Solutions to deploy a network of 100% renewable energy electric vehicle charging points across the city. Over the next two years, the city will install 394 rapid charging points in the city centre to support an electric taxi fleet. This network of charging points will also be accessible to the general public and local businesses providing a significant charge in less than 30 minutes.

Public Private Partnership (PPP)+5
BC

Birmingham City Council, GB

United Kingdom

Wairoa District Council, NZ promote energy efficiency with an LED lightbulb supermarket giveaway

Wairoa District Council partnered with Wairoa New World, a local supermarket, and the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority to promote energy efficiency with a giveaway. This community-based lighting project offered five free LED lightbulbs to every Wairoa household. Each household received a letter with a voucher for the free LED bulbs which was redeemable for one week at any New World supermarket. The goal was to reduce overall electricity usage in the area for the environment.

Public Private Partnership (PPP)+2
WD

Wairoa District Council, NZ

New Zealand

Fife Council, GB launched the Kirkcaldy Gift Card to encourage shopping and support local businesses

Fife Council partnered with Town and City Gift Cards to launch the Kirkcaldy Gift Card. The Kirkcaldy Gift Card was designed support local businesses by encouraging residents to shop. The Kirkcaldy Gift Card is a pre-paid Mastercard which remains valid for one year and can be redeemed across over 20 town centre businesses. The gift card can be purchased online and loaded with any amount ranging from £5 to £500.

Public Private Partnership (PPP)+3
FC

Fife Council, GB

United Kingdom

Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council, GB partners with Bsupplied to help businesses safely reopen

Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council partnered with Bsupplied, a specialist retail consultant, to launch a new programme designed to help local businesses reopen safely during the COVID-19 pandemic. The programme provides one-on-one advice for any local business based within key shopping districts.

Public Private Partnership (PPP)+3
GM

Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council, GB

United Kingdom

North Vancouver, BC provided unique and engaging public spaces by installing parklets on its streets

The City of North Vancouver expanded its streetscape and provided engaging public spaces by installing parklets. Parklets are modular platforms built on reallocated parking spaces which incorporate amenities such as seating, tables, art, bike parking, etc. The parklets are usually built in partnership with local business associations and community organizations. The parklets provide social settings in urban areas, attract visitors and potential customers, and enhance city streets.

Public Private Partnership (PPP)+3
NV

North Vancouver, BC

Canada

Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council, GB free online training via a PopUp Business School workshop

Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council partnered with PopUp Business School to help local prospective entrepreneurs launch their start-ups. The Council offered residents free online training via the acclaimed PopUp Business School workshop. The workshop was led by successful entrepreneurs and professionals and designed for everyone regardless of business experience. The training schedule included practical sessions, one-to-one coaching, workshop sessions and local peer support.

Public Private Partnership (PPP)+2
GM

Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council, GB

United Kingdom

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