With a national roll out of 100 per cent business rates retention unlikely in the next few years, David Phillips from the Institute for Fiscal Studies asks if it is worth looking to the longer term and more radical tax devolution. This article appears in the December edition of C'llr…
We’ve just sent the latest edition of c’llr magazine to the printers; hard copies will be with our members next week and it will be on our website later this week. Our special focus for the edition is ‘Big Ideas’. Well that’s all very well and nebulous you might think,…
This briefing summarises the contents of the June 2015 issue of C’llr magazine.
This briefing summarises the contents of the April 2015 issue of C’llr magazine.
This briefing summarises the content of February 2015's C'llr magazine. February's special feature is on elected mayors. Our cover story is a C'llr Interview with Care Minister Norman Lamb, who discusses health and social care integration.
This week, we've announced the shortlist for the 2015 C'llr Achievement Awards, explored the face of local government in 2045 and quizzed our members on evidence in policy making.
The August edition of c'llr is out now. This time we are focusing on connected localism and innovation with a feature that includes articles about the Nesta Creative Councils programme and the One Norbiton neighbourhood community budget pilot. Plus of course loads of other articles - perfect summer reading!
The latest C'llr magazine is out now with a special feature on local growth, plus the winners from the LGiU/CCLA C'llr Achievement Awards.
The February edition of LGiU's c'llr magazine is now available. As regular readers will know each edition focuses a particular topic and this month it is The budget challenge.
The December edition of c’llr magazine is now available. Housing is our theme for this month and to kick off the feature Mark D’Arcy spoke to Housing Minister Mark Prisk about the government’s plans. The policy is mostly set; the approach is not going to change. Reviving the housing market…