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Local partnership working for a vibrant night time economy (Conservative conference fringe)

Start date: 1 Oct 2018

An attractive night time economy makes sense for councils as it can reduce costs, boost business rate income, improve community wellbeing and create jobs. How can partnerships with the health services, police, businesses and others help councils make the most of these benefits? LGiU and Portman Group will be hosting a fringe event at the […]


Building Walkable Places – Panel Discussion in Parliament, 24 October

Start date: 24 Oct 2017

LGiU has been working with the Ramblers to investigate how councils and developers can collaborate to build active and connected places. Our research highlights some of barriers, but also includes practical steps that can be taken to promote place-shaping across local government. We have surveyed and interviewed councils across England, and will be releasing our […]


Home care roundtable in Edinburgh. Paying for It: The human cost of cut price care

Start date: 5 Apr 2017

LGiU and Mears are hosting a roundtable on the state of home care and discussion of the LGiU’s soon to be published Paying for it: The human price of cut price care. Paying for it, examines the fragile state of the home care market and looks at both the financial and systemic issues that leave everyone […]


Home care roundtable in Rotherham. Paying for it: the Human Cost of Cut Price Care

Start date: 24 Mar 2017

LGiU and Mears are hosting a roundtable on the state of home care and discussion of the LGiU’s soon to be published Paying for it: The human price of cut price care. Paying for it, examines the fragile state of the home care market and looks at both the financial and systemic issues that leave everyone […]


Report launch and roundtable: Paying for It: The Human Cost of Cut Price Care

Start date: 21 Mar 2017

LGiU and Mears are hosting a roundtable on the state of home care and the launch of the LGiU’s latest report Paying for it: The human price of cut price care. Paying for it, examines the fragile state of the home care market and looks at both the financial and systemic issues that leave everyone from […]


Webinar: Professional & Community Development through Intentional Networks

Start date: 22 Feb 2017

Description: In this webinar we are going to look at ‘Intentional Networks’ and how they can be created online to achieve an agreed outcome, and particularly in this webinar a learning outcome.   This is particularly pertinent for those in local government, community and health professions where the exchange of information is vital.  It is […]


Seminar: Place-based Networking & Social Prescription

Start date: 14 Mar 2017

Description How do we create networks to promote, heath, well-being and social care? This is one of the major problems confronting us both in the voluntary and statutory sectors. In this seminar we look at how: networks can be ‘intentional’ and achieve outcomes that engage communities and achieve objectives. We will do this by examining […]


CoCare Information Morning

Start date: 9 Dec 2016

Join us in December to find out more about how we're working with councils, users and care workers to make measuring outcomes easier.


Webinar: Tackling Loneliness Through Asset Based Community Development

Start date: 2 Nov 2016

Join us in this webinar where we look at the growing problem of loneliness amongst the elderly and how by addressing the strengths of any community  through asset building then effective solutions can be found. Tackling growing problems like loneliness, especially amongst the elderly, can be enhanced by developing placed based services that engage the […]


Webinar: Growing Healthy Communities through Place-Based Services

Start date: 25 Nov 2016

Following our Seminar on combatting loneliness through joint working with GP’s and the development of social prescriptions we are following this up with an online seminar that looks at placed based service delivery as a model for joined up working between agencies and the community and the role of local authorities in developing this.