C’llr Magazine

Our c’llr magazine is highly regarded and well read across the local government sector. It’s the sector’s only publication specifically targeting elected members, full of content by councillors for councillors.

c’llr is a quarterly online magazine (interactive PDF) and is emailed out to almost 9,000 councillors and other readers. Any individual at an LGiU member organisation can join the c’llr mailing list by clicking on the manage email alerts button at the top of the screen.

We cover a broad range of topics, as well as articles from councillors around the country, informative pieces on key policy developments and regular columns. Content suggestions are always welcome, email jane.sankarayya@lgiu.org.uk

C’llr magazine September 2017

C'llr is now online only. Our new PDF style means we can bring you more dynamic articles and links to other relevant and interesting content. This month's feature is about the uncertainty facing local government: whether we are talking about future financing arrangements, what's happening…

C’llr magazine April 2017

Special feature: Elections Jonathan Carr-West on representation and democracy Hilary Kitchin reminds us of the publicity rules at election time Ingrid Koehler on the importance of accessible information during elections The mayoral elections – Mark Smulian provides a roundup of what is happening Catherine Fieschi looks…

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C’llr magazine December 2016

And so the year draws to a close and politically speaking what a year it has been. The special feature of the December edition of c'llr is populism. We look at what has happened over the last 12 months...

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C’llr magazine October 2016

Sovereignty and subsidiarity is the theme for the October edition of C’llr magazine. Alliteration aside, it boils down to a debate about where power lies, who exercises it and how are they held accountable. So far, so Brexit you might think – but what does…

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C’llr Magazine August 2016

August is traditionally the month for getting away to sunnier (or at least different) climes. So the special feature of the August edition of c'llr magazine is 'Broader Horizons' and we look abroad for some local government inspiration.

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