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The winners of the LGiU & CCLA C’llr Achievement Awards were revealed on Tuesday evening at an awards ceremony at the Lord Mayor’s Parlour, Westminster City Hall
LGiU and SEA have worked together on this state-of-the-nation look at local authorities and traffic enforcement. Our research shows that councils take their responsibility to deliver appropriate, local strategies which protect the law-abiding majority seriously. Councils have come in for criticism that …
Jonathan Carr-West explains how councils can better support those struggling with personal debt in the community.
The shortlist for the 2014 LGiU & CCLA C’llr Achievement Awards has now been announced.
To mark the 30th anniversary of LGiU we asked contributors from across the local government world to tell us how they thought councils would be different 30 years from now. This publication is a collection of those ideas.
This is the final report of an LGiU project, supported by the Mears Group, which looked at how social landlords are engaging with their tenants on the ground.
The LGiU turned 30 this year. We are marking this anniversary with photos to celebrate local government and 30 different suggestions from guest contributors about what councils will be like 30 years from now…
This guide from the LGiU, supported by Mears, The British Red Cross and Camden Council sets out five steps to mapping and analysing preventative spend; covering the practical steps taken, and the outputs and challenges of each step.
The October edition of the LGiU’s c’llr magazine is out now. This month the special feature focuses on prevention and includes articles on public health priorities, using reablement services to promote independence and supporting good mental health.
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