Community Interest Company


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Community Interest Company

A for-profit company in the United Kingdom that has statutory duties other than making a profit for owners. It may be formed for many purposes, such as to improve a community or to protect the environment. It is treated as a for-profit company for legal and tax purposes. It is not prohibited from making a profit, but it is subject to fewer regulatory requirements than a non-profit in the United Kingdom.
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Edsential is a Community Interest Company owned by Cheshire West and Chester Council and Wirral Council, which provides services to the education sector.
A statement read: "For the sake of clarity, the club would like to emphasise that the recently registered company Albion Rovers Community Interest Company, has no connection to Albion Rovers FC.
"From that we established a CIC (Community Interest Company) to take our work forward once the DWP funding ran out.
David Bowler, Chief Executive of Gunnersbury Estate (2026) Community Interest Company, said: "It's fantastic to see this continued investment in facilities at Gunnersbury for the local community.
AETiC is published by the International Association for Educators and Researchers (IAER) which is a CIC (Community Interest Company) i.e.
According to announcement here on Monday, his appointment was made by Community Interest Company an international research journal publisher.
A CHILDCARE provider has been given the education watchdog's top rating after becoming a Community Interest Company (CIC).
And yesterday Durham County Council announced in a Tweet that a recommendation has been accepted for a plan to convert PS3.74million in outstanding debt to the local authority into shares in the club's new structure as a community interest company.
These up-to-date images have been released by the developers Harbourside Community Interest Company after it formally lodged a planning application with Bridgend County Borough Council.
The Harbourside Community Interest Company has lodged a plan for the Porthcawl Maritime Centre with Bridgend County Borough Council after years of preparatory work.
GWIN is a community interest company which provides outdoor adventure days to schools across the North East.
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