LGiU Australia

A joint venture between local democracy think tank LGiU and SGS Economics and Planning, LGiU Australia is a policy information membership service dedicated to local government across Australia. We work to inform our members by providing practical, up-to-the-minute intelligence on policy issues pertinent to local government in Australia. The service draws on information and good practice from all over Australia and around the world to help public servants make policy, support residents and work more effectively with colleagues. Our core service offers:

  • Daily news bulletin with summarising what the papers are saying about local government across Australia
  • Briefings, reports and other content written by sector colleagues and academics in Australia supplemented by international insights on relevant local government issues from our global network of associates
  • Workshops, roundtables and other events
  • Interesting and insightful guest blog posts from around the world

For more information about the LGiU Australia service or to enquire about membership for your council please contact hannah.muirhead@lgiu.org.uk

Content Archive

Low Emission Zones – how low can you go?

From Executive to Ceremonial: Directly Elected Mayors in the United States, Australia and New Zealand

Monitoring and Evaluation of local climate change adaptation

Dementia Friendly Communities: sharing learning from Bradford and York

Swift Read: Dog fouling – a blight on the pavement

Local government in Australia – an overview

Affordable Renting? Learning from the Mietpreisbremese experience in Berlin

Green infrastructure: five innovative ways of creating healthier, greener cities

South Tyneside Council’s comprehensive approach to combatting modern slavery

21st Century Working: meeting the challenges of a changing workplace

The NOAC Review of Shared Services in Ireland

Lessons from the 1st World Forum on Urban Violence and Education for Coexistence and Peace

Not for Sale

Can crowdfunding be an alternative to PWLB?

The future of journalism