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Global Local Executive Panel: Our greatest assets – Sustainable asset management

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This session is part of our Global Local Executive Panel series. Explore more local solutions to global challenges – FREE for LGIU members.

Session overview

Asset management is one of the major roles of councils, with each council responsible for the ongoing maintenance and development of a wide range of infrastructure and resources. With community expectation high and cost pressures weighing so heavily on councils in the current economic climate, what are some ways councils can look to better and more sustainably manage their asset pool, and manage the risk of such a huge economic responsibility of councils.

This event takes place at 8:30-10:00 am BST / 5:30pm – 7:00pm AEST via Zoom

Key areas of exploration

  • The divide between metropolitan, regional and rural councils in asset management
  • Importance of asset management and its role in managing community expectations
  • The ongoing financial cost to managing assets
  • Sustainable asset management increasing asset management efficiency

Speakers

Debbie Warren, Royal Borough of Greenwich, England Invited

About Global Local Executive Panels

At LGIU, we are exploring new ways of bringing our members high-level insights from councils across the world on how local government is dealing with key global issues.

The Global Local Executive Panel Series aim to bring together executive speakers from local government across the countries we work in and beyond to share solutions they’ve found to critical challenges faced worldwide. These sessions bring together senior executives from international councils to share ideas, compare approaches and explore learning opportunities.

LGIU and the Victorian Local Government Association (VLGA) are thrilled to gather together senior executives from Ireland, the UK and Australia to explore harmonious decision-making in councils!




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