Birmingham "amber-green"

Birmingham is hoping to be awarded its full neighbourhood renewal fund allocation of £37 million for 2007-08 after improving its performance in renewing deprived neighbourhoods. The Birmingham Strategic Partnership was given an "amber-green" score by the Government Office for the West Midlands for 2005-06. The review measures performance in health, community safety, housing, education and employment. Ten per cent of the fund was withheld last year because of an incomplete improvement plan for 2006-07.

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