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The scheme is designed to encourage children aged 7-12 to engage in community activities, projects and events across Southampton.
We will support them to develop a sense of pride and respect in their local neighbourhood and promote a positive image of children in the community.
We are responsible for encouraging tenants to get involved in housing matters.
We provide advice and help to tenants wishing to set up tenants' groups.
Cases Sir Martin has been involved in include that of four Metropolitan Police officers who say they were 'branded abusive thugs' following the arrest of terror suspect Babar Ahmad.
Then Lord Justice Moore-Bick, sitting with two other judges, permitted the officers to pursue a claim for compensation against the commissioner of the Metropolitan Police for 'letting them down badly' by failing to robustly defend Ahmad's claim that they had beaten him up.
In 2014 he ruled against Congolese refugee Titina Nzolameso who got into rent arrears after her benefits changed but refused a larger and cheaper home outside London.
Mr Justice Moore-Bick was criticised when he decided that she should move Ms Nzolameso 50 miles away because Westminster City Council said she made herself intentionally homeless.
Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the FOIA) and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 (the EIR) you have a right to request any recorded information held by Southampton City Council.Electricity units are charged at the same rate regardless of when they are used Gas units are charged at the same rate regardless of when they are used.All of the above tariffs are available as prepay options. Discounts are available to customers buying both gas and electricity from Npower.Southampton has a wealth of parks and green open spaces from the award winning Grade II listed central parks located in the city centre to the wilder open spaces of Southampton Common and the Greenways.Nursery Education Funding is available for nursery and pre-school places usually from the term after your child turns three, although some funding is available for places for two year olds who meet the criteria.