In this briefing, LGiU Australia’s Merle Zierke provides a review of some key briefings from LGiU Scotland. This is just a small window into the breadth of content available in the LGiU archives – which includes content from England, Scotland, Ireland, and now Australia.
Cyclepaths to Recovery: Fast-tracking active travel and public realm investments
International lessons from Melbourne’s 20-Minute Neighbourhoods
The value of a robust diagnosis: how to be better prepared for this year’s council planning process
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This communication, imagined by Laura Catchpole, from a local government leader discussing the merits of a wellbeing council, is one of the scenarios that we are exploring as part of the new municipalism pillar of our Post-Covid Councils project looking at the future of local government.
This imagining, from Kerry Ferguson, of what we are calling a multi-democratic council is one of the scenarios that we are exploring as part of the new municipalism pillar of our Post-Covid Councils project looking at the future of local government.
This pillar of our post-Covid councils project explores the future of local government in response to the many impacts that Covid has had on people’s lives and councils. We examine possible scenarios for how the way that local government works and delivers services might change in response to local conditions.