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 […]
LGiU and TechUK are hosting a high-level roundtable to explore how tech and data can help tackle the pressing issue of homelessness. It will bring together senior local government officials and councillors, and the tech sector, to collaborate on moving this agenda forwards.
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 […]
In partnership with Social Finance we are hosting a free, half day conference in London on the issues and challenges associated with homelessness prevention. Date: 2nd May 1030 – 1430 Venue: Trowers & Hamlins LLP, 3 Bunhill Row, London, EC1Y 8YZ The event is free to attend, and lunch will be provided. However, places are […]
In this seminar we are going to look at the front line of the GP in combatting loneliness amongst the elderly, the co-ordination needed and the central role of local government in providing that.
This event is an LGiU Policy Network roundtable on the topic of flooding and resilience. We invite members and other key stakeholders to discuss the problems they face, share experiences, and come up with solutions to bring back to their everyday work. It's an opportunity to take a step back from everyday concerns, to look at longer-term strategies and challenges.
This seminar takes stock of policy for high streets and town centres and of the contribution to the ‘high street offer’ of elements like street markets, arts, and culture. Delegates are invited to engage with the speakers throughout the day, and there will be an opportunity to participate in an in-depth discussion in the afternoon session, led by Julian Dobson, author of How to save our town centres.