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Citizens Advice East Hampshire signs up to provide advice services

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Citizens Advice East Hampshire signs up to provide advice services

Advice services in East Hampshire will be provided by Citizens Advice East Hampshire for the next two years after a new funding agreement with East Hampshire District Council.

EHDC awarded the contract to Citizens Advice following a procurement process during which organisations were invited to bid for the right to deliver services.

It will provide advice on issues ranging from debt to employment and from consumer disputes to family issues.

The contract, worth 186,000 per year, will begin on October 6 2017.

It is the start of a new way of working with community organisations which will see the council commissioning services through a formal procurement process.

Cllr Julie Butler, EHDCs Portfolio Holder for Customer Relations, said: We are looking forward to working in partnership with Citizens Advice to ensure flexible and targeted services are offered to our communities.

This is the beginning of a new era in how EHDC supports the voluntary sector. We will increasingly be commissioning services in this way to ensure they provide value for money and deliver the right service to the right people.

Helen Drake, Chief Executive of Citizens Advice East Hampshire, said: We are delighted to be able to continue our partnership with East Hampshire District Council.

Our advisers last year helped more than 5,500 local residents resolve over 15,000 issues, and we look forward, under this new contract, to building on this to meet the advice needs of East Hants communities.

Media Contact: Will Parsons, EHDC Communications Officer, 01730 2304030

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