BNDfC Succession Plans

As we reported in the last edition of The Messenger the process of obtaining approval for the Succession Plans of BNDfC is now well underway. We took our plans to Sheffield City Council cabinet in October and were successful in having them endorsed by the Council as being the way forward for BNDfC and allowing the community to benefit from any surplus we generate for our buildings.

This approval allowed us to submit the Succession Plan to the Department of Communities and Local Government at the end of October and we are now in consultations with the department with a view to getting their approval in early 2010.

At the Open Day in September we invited names for the trading arm of the charity to be put forward. Very few options were provided so we are going to ask the Secondary schools in our area to work with us to create not only the name of the company but also to design a corporate identity for the company and to produce artwork for stationery, publications and possibly the website

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