The #SpaceRace is well underway! Blackpool Tower and Bath's Roman Baths are early contenders. These spaces play integral roles in their local areas’ sense of identity and economies and we think they should be celebrated.
Did you know that British local authorities own castles, ice rinks, football clubs and even miniature railways? Councils have some unusual assets, brimming with cultural and economic value and we’d like to find out more. What other interesting council buildings are out there? In what innovative ways can councils use these properties? This week we…
The General Election isn't the only vote taking place in May. No fewer than 279 English councils are holding elections this year and we're providing comprehensive coverage of #LE2015.
The Labour manifesto is out and, of course, the LGiU have two key questions: where do Labour stand on devolution and what do Labour promise for local government?
Our Innovation Achievement of the Year Award recognises councillors who've been leading the way in dealing with the pressure of providing more with less.
The Bruce-Lockhart Member scholarship is an exciting opportunity for a future leader to communicate their own vision for local government.
Last week the LGiU published Key to Care: Report of the Burstow Commission on the Future of the Home Care Workforce. The media coverage was fantastic. Recognition of the problem facing people needing care and those delivering it is the first step, now it’s time for action.