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  • East Midlands Council Feeds: EMC HR Bulletin, November 2016 Edition
    Please find attached this month’s edition of our HR Bulletin, giving you a round-up of all the latest HR developments within the region and nationally.  This edition provides information from the free event we hosted on apprenticeships earlier this month, and an update on national developments with the National Living Wage, the...
  • East Midlands Council Feeds: East Midlands Local Authority Challenge 2016 - The Results
    Thursday 24 November East Midlands Councils held the first East Midlands Local Authority Challenge at Donington Race Track. 20 teams from across the East Midlands took part in the challenge and competed for the coveted prize of the Local Authority Challenge East Midlands Winner. We are pleased to announce the results below, but...
  • East Midlands Council Feeds: HS2: BRING IT ON!
    Council Leaders have strongly welcomed today’s announcement confirming the route of the new high speed rail line linking Birmingham with Leeds via the East Midlands – including a Hub Station at Toton near Nottingham, a Maintenance Depot at Staveley in Derbyshire and provision for high speed trains serving...
  • East Midlands Council Feeds: Electrification to Midland Mainline at Threat
    EMC, working with MPs and industry insiders, has learnt that there is significant threat to plans to electrify the Midland Mainline.  With a decision by the Transport Secretary of State likely very soon, MPs led by Nicky Morgan and Lilian Greenwood have secured an emergency adjournment debate (to be attended by the Transport Minister...
  • East Midlands Council Feeds: EMC HR Bulletin, October 2016 Edition
    Please find attached this month’s edition of our HR Bulletin, giving you a round-up of all the latest information of HR developments within the region and nationally.  This month we have details of a free event we are hosting on apprenticeships and a summary of, and links to, all the circulars recently issued regarding national […]
  • East Midlands Council Feeds: EMC HR Bulletin, September 2016 Edition
    EMC HR Bulletin, September 2016 Edition Please find attached this month’s edition of our HR Bulletin, giving you a round-up of all the latest information of HR developments within the region and nationally.  This month we have information on further developments regarding caps to exit pay and our employment law focus is on...
  • East Midlands Council Feeds: East Midlands HS2 Growth Strategy - Emerging Strategy: Fast Track to Growth
    East Midlands HS2 Growth Strategy - Emerging Strategy: Fast Track to Growth EMC and D2N2 have published a document which sets out our initial plans to use HS2 in the East Midlands to create an extra 74,000 jobs and generate an additional £4 billion of GVA by 2042. The document represents work in progress. Our […]
  • East Midlands Council Feeds: Update: Further reforms to exit payments - Government consultation response
    The Government has issued its response to its consultation on further reforms to exit payments, which are in addition to the £95,000 cap on exit payments and the recovery provisions for those earnings £80,000 or more. Below is a summary of the main points from the Government’s response and the next steps that we envisage...
  • East Midlands Council Feeds: Midland Main Line: We must continue to invest in success!
    After being paused last year, the project to upgrade and electrification of the Midland Main Line is now well underway – but still far from complete. Council and business leaders have called for the current momentum to be maintained in the run up the new Chancellor’s first Autumn Statement to ensure this important...
  • East Midlands Council Feeds: Update: Cap on Exit Payment and Recovery Regulations
    Government has provided us with the following update on the exit payments cap and the recovery regulations. 1)         There will be a further consultation this autumn on regulations for the £95,000 exit payments cap, so they will not be in force in October as originally anticipated. Following...

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The East Midlands Regional Assembly has met for the last time before being abolished.

The assembly, which had its final meeting on Friday, includes MEPs, business representatives, and local politicians nominated from councils.

It was launched in Leicester in 1998, but is now being scrapped along with seven other assemblies in England. BBC

  • EMC HR Bulletin, November 2016 Edition
    Please find attached this month’s edition of our HR Bulletin, giving you a round-up of all the latest HR developments within the region and nationally.  This edition provides information from the free event we hosted on apprenticeships earlier this month, and an update on national developments with the National Living Wage, the...
  • East Midlands Local Authority Challenge 2016 - The Results
    Thursday 24 November East Midlands Councils held the first East Midlands Local Authority Challenge at Donington Race Track. 20 teams from across the East Midlands took part in the challenge and competed for the coveted prize of the Local Authority Challenge East Midlands Winner. We are pleased to announce the results below, but...
  • HS2: BRING IT ON!
    Council Leaders have strongly welcomed today’s announcement confirming the route of the new high speed rail line linking Birmingham with Leeds via the East Midlands – including a Hub Station at Toton near Nottingham, a Maintenance Depot at Staveley in Derbyshire and provision for high speed trains serving...
  • Electrification to Midland Mainline at Threat
    EMC, working with MPs and industry insiders, has learnt that there is significant threat to plans to electrify the Midland Mainline.  With a decision by the Transport Secretary of State likely very soon, MPs led by Nicky Morgan and Lilian Greenwood have secured an emergency adjournment debate (to be attended by the Transport Minister...
  • EMC HR Bulletin, October 2016 Edition
    Please find attached this month’s edition of our HR Bulletin, giving you a round-up of all the latest information of HR developments within the region and nationally.  This month we have details of a free event we are hosting on apprenticeships and a summary of, and links to, all the circulars recently issued regarding national […]
  • EMC HR Bulletin, September 2016 Edition
    EMC HR Bulletin, September 2016 Edition Please find attached this month’s edition of our HR Bulletin, giving you a round-up of all the latest information of HR developments within the region and nationally.  This month we have information on further developments regarding caps to exit pay and our employment law focus is on...
  • East Midlands HS2 Growth Strategy - Emerging Strategy: Fast Track to Growth
    East Midlands HS2 Growth Strategy - Emerging Strategy: Fast Track to Growth EMC and D2N2 have published a document which sets out our initial plans to use HS2 in the East Midlands to create an extra 74,000 jobs and generate an additional £4 billion of GVA by 2042. The document represents work in progress. Our […]
  • Update: Further reforms to exit payments - Government consultation response
    The Government has issued its response to its consultation on further reforms to exit payments, which are in addition to the £95,000 cap on exit payments and the recovery provisions for those earnings £80,000 or more. Below is a summary of the main points from the Government’s response and the next steps that we envisage...
  • Midland Main Line: We must continue to invest in success!
    After being paused last year, the project to upgrade and electrification of the Midland Main Line is now well underway – but still far from complete. Council and business leaders have called for the current momentum to be maintained in the run up the new Chancellor’s first Autumn Statement to ensure this important...
  • Update: Cap on Exit Payment and Recovery Regulations
    Government has provided us with the following update on the exit payments cap and the recovery regulations. 1)         There will be a further consultation this autumn on regulations for the £95,000 exit payments cap, so they will not be in force in October as originally anticipated. Following...