Private renting is the big issue in this month’s housing and planning round-up, with the renters’ reform bill finally published. Other news includes homelessness, supported housing, landlord scrutiny, new homes bonus and national parks in Scotland.
We look at some of the big news stories for local government in England, from the impact of Voter ID to ‘ghost children’ and more.
Councils around the world are tackling problems with resourcefulness and ingenuity. LGIU’s round up of case studies, good practice highlights from our exclusive Daily News and. more. From re-wilding to economic development and cost-of-living support.
In this member-exclusive round-up service, we examine the news from Ireland’s Parliament every month with a focus, as always, on legislation which impacts local government. May’s edition includes a visit from the US President, brand-new local government legislation and ten new Bills signed into law.
This member-exclusive round-up service provides a monthly update on the progress of each piece of legislation through the Houses of Parliament that is of relevance to local authorities in England and Wales. This edition includes updates on animal welfare, online safety, energy bills and levelling up, among other topics.
Our Scottish Spotlight is an important chance to bring you all the latest updates from the local government sector in Scotland as well as key resources to keep your 2023 in the local government informed and connected!
Catch up with our latest health, public health and social care round-up. This monthly service summarises new policy, research and publications that are relevant to elected members and officers interested in health and social care.
All Things England – the ongoing increase in asylum seekers, new art and a ban on metal detectorists
LGIU England Commissioner, Peter Smith, rounds up the local government news of the past week, highlighting the likely increase in asylum seekers with the conflict in Sudan, a new Damien Hirst art work on the Thames and a ban on metal detectorists in Lincolnshire.