Local Jobs Programme Launches In Foxhall Building - 14 February 2017

Local Jobs Programme Launches In Foxhall Building

Foxhall Business Centres' central King Street building will provide the base for a new programme which will help unemployed people in the local area get back into work.

Working Links, a leading provider of employment, skills and offender rehabilitation services, has launched a three-year support programme after landing funding from the Department for Work and Pensions and European Social Fund in Nottingham.

The backing has seen the organisation take occupation of the majority of a floor at Foxhall Business Centres' premises at Two King Street, which is located in the centre of Nottingham close to the Old Market Square and Council House.

Using flexible and personalised packages of support, the programme will provide help to people who are unemployed and have a health condition or are aged 50 or over.

Working Links has partnered with a number of voluntary and public sector organisations to deliver the programme across the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

Working Links performance manager, Michael Bingwa said: "This new programme is all about maximising people's potential. Over the years, we've supported thousands of people towards a better future in this region, and we're looking forward to supporting thousands more."

Laura Morley, Centre Manager of Foxhall Business Centres' Two King Street building added: "We are extremely pleased Working Links have chosen our building to launch such a positive programme in Nottingham and we look forward to offering them our support throughout the programme.

"They now occupy what were the last available offices within our King Street building allowing us to reach an impressive milestone of 100% occupancy for the beginning of 2017. We'd like to wish their Nottingham team a very warm welcome."

For more information about the Working Links programme, please call 0800 917 9262 or visit

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