C’llr Magazine

Cllr Magazine August 2014

Our c’llr magazine is highly regarded and well read across the local government sector. It’s the sector’s only publication specifically targeting elected members, full of content by councillors for councillors.

c’llr is published every two months and goes out to over 8,000 named readers. LGiU members are entitled to receive a copy straight after publication – non-members have to wait!

We cover a broad range of topics, as well as articles from councillors around the country, informative pieces on key policy developments and regular columns. Content suggestions are always welcome.


C’llr Magazine October 2015

The focus for this month is housing, essential in so many ways - not just of course as a basic human need - but good housing also has a pivotal role to play in ensuring health and wellbeing, access to social infrastructure, thriving communities and…


C’llr Magazine August 2015

We are looking ahead in the August edition of c’llr; the special feature asks what the new government, new budget and new(ish) agenda means for local government.

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Cllr mag June 2015 cover

C’llr Magazine June 2015

The focus is of course on the outcome of the May elections; what happened in the local elections - who controls where? And what does the outcome of the general election mean for councils?

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C’llr Magazine April 2015

The focus of the April edition of c'llr magazine is child protection. Camila Batmanghelidjh, founder of Kids Company, features on our cover and is interviewed inside the magazine; we also talk to the new children's commissioner for England, Anne Longfield and hear from local authorities,…

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C’llr Magazine February 2015

This month the focus is on elected mayors. Following the plans for an elected mayor in Manchester c'llr takes a closer look at the subject talking to existing mayors, wannabe mayors and examining the experience of having elected mayors in other countries.

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Cllr Magazine cover December 2014

C’llr Magazine December 2014

This issue’s special feature looks ahead to next year’s general election, with comment from academics, leaders and councilors on the “quiet and unassuming” revolution happening in local government. LGiU’s new Chair looks forward too – to how LGiU might shape the debate on the future…

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Cllr magazine cover October 2014

C’llr Magazine October 2014

October’s special feature looks at investment and growth – more on this below. Elsewhere in this issue, we cover how local government can respond to emerging debates about governance arrangements following the Scottish referendum. With the press and public now officially permitted to report from…

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