A new report out today from the Local Government Information Unit (LGiU) argues for radical change to give leaders of cities and city regions a firm, constitutional role in directly tackling some of the countries biggest challenges: our response to Brexit, industrial strategy and reforms to local government finances.
The LGiU and CCLA are delighted to unveil the shortlist for the 2017 C’llr Achievement Awards.
Councils concerned about impact of cuts – and uncertain about effects of the business rates retention policy
This report, jointly written by researchers at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), the Local Government Information Unit (LGiU) and PwC, looks at how the views of councils’ decision-makers relate to the characteristics of the councils they represent or work for.
Tuesday August 15th is #CityHallSelfie day! ELGL.org - a big tent American local government association - has been running City Hall Selfie day since 2014 and this August we thought we would join in the fun.
Our report with the Local Trust has found that councils and communities working together can meet the challenges of the future and sustain public trust in local government – but only if they commit to a more engaged and open way of working.
The result of our year-long study with The Fawcett Society which asked ‘Does Local Government Work for Women?’
Our response to the Queen's Speech.