The three projects to secure funding in this round are:
Hull Together – Creating a Social Inclusion Strategy for Hull: (£267,333)
The Hull Together programme will enable the Council, and its partners, to develop a comprehensive Social Inclusion Strategy, that makes use of an up to date picture of our communities, the challenges that they face in integration and ensure that service and strategic planning are responsive and forward looking
Targeted Improvement of Environmental Standards and living conditions in flats above shops: (£119,479)
The aim of this project is to improve housing and environmental standards in and around flats above shops on arterial routes throughout the city. People are commonly housed in flats above shops in unacceptable conditions which contribute to an increase in waste related issues impacting on those residing in the community. The project aims to improve the environment for all residents living in affected areas.
Families and Communities Together (FACT): (£15,000)
Creating a Family Community Hub within the Beverley Road and Myton areas for migrant women and their families begins with understanding our communities. The funding will support focus groups to better understand migration impacts in the Beverley Corridor area we will be able to further assess the effects of migration across Hull using the voice of the local community and allowing them to directly influence the outcomes of the survey. The project will develop focus groups across the Beverly Road and Myton area. The outcomes of the project will help in developing a stronger community with self-sufficient, connected and pro-active citizens thus reducing the challenges and social inequalities migrant women and families face.