Sixteen awards were announced at Chambers Ireland’s virtual awards, with Mayo winning Local Authority of the Year alongside 3 thematic awards. This blog outlines the winners of each category and the great initiatives responsible for their success.
The impact of Covid-19 on English council finances: funding gaps, revenue losses, service implications
Scotland’s top councillors revealed: Find out who won the 2020 LGIU Scotland & CCLA Cllr Awards
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This blog recounts the events of the first-ever virtual LGIU/LGIU Scotland & CCLA Cllr Awards which honoured those councillors who have gone above and beyond to support their communities and residents during an unprecedented year.
The LGIU/LGIU Scotland and CCLA are proud to reveal the winners of the 2020 Cllr Awards, the only national awards to celebrate the vital contributions of councillors.
An overview of the final report of the College of the Future Commission, its England report, the DfE commissioned report on financial oversight of the sector and the prospects for the further education white paper.