STOP PRESS: Shandwick works for isolated communities

Shandwick has won a three-way pitch against GJW and Advocacy to handle public affairs for the Sparsely Populated Councils Group, which represents 50 English local councils with a population density of under one person per hectare (PR Week 20 March). Shandwick will launch a campaign, to be known as the Rural Services Partnership to lobby for a change in the criteria by which Government allocates funding for service provision to local councils, which the group believes are biased in favour of urban areas.

Shandwick has won a three-way pitch against GJW and Advocacy to

handle public affairs for the Sparsely Populated Councils Group, which

represents 50 English local councils with a population density of under

one person per hectare (PR Week 20 March). Shandwick will launch a

campaign, to be known as the Rural Services Partnership to lobby for a

change in the criteria by which Government allocates funding for service

provision to local councils, which the group believes are biased in

favour of urban areas.



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