Contributions by: LGiU
LGiU and Westminster Council evaluate the incentives in place for encouraging local economic growth.
Growth and localism at the LibDem Party Conference
England and Wales should have the same devolved powers as Scotland and that power should be held locally.
LGiU explores local councils’ provision of public health services at our Labour Conference Fringe event.
From social care and health to growth and new powers for councils, localism is at the top of the agenda.
Post referendum, pre-general election – localism will be a hot topic at the party conferences. Find out what LGiU is doing at the Labour Party Conference.
Jonathan Carr-West, LGiU Chief Executive, responds to the result of the Scottish independence referendum: Scotland’s decision to stay in the Union and the additional devolution it has been promised will see a renewed focus on local governance in the rest …
Yes, today was the deadline for our #townhalliday snaps, but we have decided to extend the deadline given the surge of late interest. You now have until close of day 19 September to send in your town hall holiday photo …
Find out about LGiU’s programme of flagship fringes and local government dinners at each of the party conferences.
The LGiU was pleased to launch our new report, ‘Public houses: how councils and communities can save pubs‘, in partnership with CAMRA at the LGA Conference. Watch the film below to find out more. Read the full report here. Film …