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LGiU & TechUK Workshop: Children’s Services Transformation

Start date: 10 Jan 2019

The LGiU’s Annual State of Local Government Finance Survey alarmingly highlights that Children’s Services is now the top immediate pressure for councils. This is above Adult Social Care for the first time in at least three years, suggesting that councils are no longer able to shield these services from the worst of the ongoing budget cuts in […]


LGiU & London Higher: Mapping University Estates for Regeneration Partnerships

Start date: 23 Jan 2019

LGiU, London Higher and the University of London are very pleased to invite you to a breakfast briefing and discussion on ‘Mapping University Estates for Regeneration Partnerships’, bringing together a select group of senior university managers and London cabinet members. The higher education sector in London has a combined body of 377,000 students and generates […]


techUK & LGiU roundtable: Harnessing Digital To Improve Children’s Services Outcomes

Start date: 23 May 2018

The LGiU’s Annual State of Local Government Finance Survey alarmingly highlights that Children’s Services is now the top immediate pressure for councils. This is above Adult Social Care for the first time in at least three years, suggesting that councils are no longer able to shield these services from the worst of the ongoing budget cuts […]


Engaging your communities through education

Start date: 6 Nov 2015

This Seminar will look at some of the new ideas developing around community education and the pivotal role that local authorities can play in partnership with others. This partnership can be one with local communities, universities and colleges and the wider civil society. What we would like to do in this seminar is explore some of these ideas and ask you to discuss how you think community education could develop in your locality, what the nature of that education would be and what partners you would involve.


The future direction of local government’s education functions

Start date: 28 Apr 2015

The 2015 election has been described as one of the most open in a generation. It seems certain that no one political party will form the government and that there will be another coalition, or a minority government (and not necessarily one formed by the largest party). While the development and accountability of the English school system […]