Past events


LGiU C’llr Achievement Awards 2017

Now in their eighth year, LGiU’s C’llr Achievement Awards are back for 2017! The only awards celebrating the important work of councillors and is the highlight of the year for elected members across England and Wales.


Local Government Flood Forum (London)

If you are a councillor, council officer or you are involved in flood risk management for your local authority, local community or organisation you may want to attend the next meeting of the Local Government Flood Forum (LGFF) on Friday, 3 November 2017 in London.…


Building Walkable Places – Panel Discussion in Parliament, 24 October

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…


Policy Café Kirklees: Reshaping local democracy

Kirklees has recently published a landmark report about the future of local democracy in their area. The Kirklees Democracy Commission has been investigating what a strong and healthy local democracy should look like in Kirklees for the next generation – and beyond. As part of…


Policy Café Wolverhampton: Shaping Smart Cities

Cities across the globe are becoming smarter – in their use of data, in their use of new technologies. How is local government in the UK approaching the Smart City agenda? How do we make sure that Smarter Cities are also fairer, cleaner and healthier…


Policy Café Brighton : Growing strong local links

The future of devolution is increasingly under question, with the Government’s Industrial Strategy seemingly now taking priority, along with the UK’s exit from the EU. With these shifting priorities in mind, and if formal powers are not forthcoming, how can the Government work with localities…


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