Photos from the APPG for Local Gov Summer Reception

On Monday 14th July 2014, LGiU held its annual All Party Parliamentary Local Government Group Summer Reception on the Terrace at the House of Commons. LGiU and Hewlett-Packard picked the event to launch a new report, entitled ‘Technology and transformation in town halls’. The report looks at the opportunities and challenges presented to local authorities by new technology. You can read the full report here and a blog post on the report here

Please see a selection of the best photos from the reception below.

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Community Collaboration

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LGiU is working in partnership with Local Trust to explore how councillors can actively support communities to lead their own projects by facilitating conversations, using their network and influence, and advocating within their local authority.

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LGiU C’llr Achievement Awards 2017

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Network on the Future of Local Democracy

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Unlocking Small Sites for Housing

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To build the houses we need in the future we can not rely exclusively on finding large sites and large volume developers to build on them. Instead we must look to smaller sites to help provide the scale of development we need, and a range of small and medium size enterprise…

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