Briefing: English devolution and intermediate tiers of governance

Policy product type
LGiU essential policy briefing
Published date
December 22, 2014
Author
David Marlow LGiU associate
Issues Covered
  • Devolved powers for England Wales and Northern Ireland
  • Emerging battle lines of 2015-20
  • English devolution and local government
  • Intermediate tier governance in England
  • Post-Scotland referendum debate
Categories
Devolution, Democracy, Scrutiny and Governance, Economy and Regeneration, On your radar, central government, Public Service Reform and Corporate Performance
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This briefing provides local authorities (LAs) and partners with an overview of issues and proposals being advocated for 2015-20 devolution agendas in England. It considers, in particular, often fraught issues around LA relationships with any ‘intermediate tier’ of governance – i.e. institutions between individual LAs and national government.

It will be relevant to councillors and officers across all areas and all tiers of local government, particularly those involved with economic development, Combined Authorities (or considering them), fiscal and public service reform.

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