Jane Glanville, CEO, London Higher explains how London universities and local authorities can work together to create public value – and invites you to be part of the discussion.
We have arrived at the last full day of campaigning and, hopefully, peak vitriol. This final edition of our short election series looks back at a campaign period that has thrown up surprises and unexpected moments for all the parties.
You can count the days to go on your two hands and once again here is our roundup of some mildly interesting election shenanigans. Plus all the usual links to more indepth coverage in our members’ only policy briefings and other LGiU material.
Less than two weeks to go until polling day - I know, I know calm yourselves. Here is our second roundup of that curious bubble we like to call election.
Not long now! Over the next three weeks we are going to do the occasional roundup on the blog of what’s going on in election world with links to more indepth coverage in our members’ only policy briefings and other LGiU material.
Carol Grant finds lessons in the Parkrun story about the value of investing time and effort into collaborative relationships and the success that can be achieved when different partners focus on working well together.
What started as a Twitter discussion around the lack of female speakers at the Northern Powerhouse Conference in February rapidly became something much bigger, writes Tracy Fishwick.
Trust is key to any relationship; David Evans looks at how solid community engagement can increase the levels of trust between local government and residents.
Clive Wright, Chief Executive of Shropshire Council, is campaigning with fellow rural councils to get a fair deal from the government.
The Northern Powerhouse is an amazing concept, writes Donna Hall, Chief Executive of Wigan Council. It’s up to us who live and work in the north to shape it to make sure we grow our business base, our housing supply, improve our transport connectivity and upskill our residents to enable…