Four Whole Place and twelve Neighbourhood Community Budgets have now reached the end of their pilot phases. This webinar offers an introduction to the learning that has emerged from these pilots and suggests practical steps that you need to take in order to get a programme up and running. This online webinar is free to…
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Find out more about LGiU's fringe programme at the 2013 Party Conferences. This year, we are delighted to be hosting a social care fringe with specialist insurer Partnership and an education fringe with the NUT. We will also be hosting our Annual Local Government Dinner at each of the Party Conferences.
Social media can build bridges but it can also make diversity more complex. This webinar, run by GlobalNet21, will explore the impact that digital age communication can have on faith and communities.
The Hertfordshire Builders' Breakfast event will examine the health of the UK construction industry and will bring together local construction firms and councillors from across the East.
Run in association with GlobalNet21.This seminar will look at how interfaith and community cohesion work has helped with the development of multiculturalism and the building of bridges across communities. The aim of this seminar will be to look at good practice and then to disseminate this amongst local authorities attending this seminar and beyond though…
In this roundtable event the LGiU will bring together local authorities to discuss the drivers for mental wellbeing, and the many influences councils can have on supporting better mental health in their locality.
Nick Boles Planning Minister will be addressing the All Party Parliamentary Local Government Group on 9th July 2013. The Minister will provide an update on planning policy and discuss how to drive local investment and growth via the planning system and the Government’s commitment to Tax Increment Financing and the Community Infrastructure Levy.
This seminar discusses practical ways (including case studies) in which local authorities and elected members (including District Councils in two tier areas) can strengthen their role in the local school system; enhance the accountability of schools outside local authority control and meet new requirements around school performance.
LGiU and Hewlett-Packard are hosting a drinks reception at the LGA Conference to celebrate the launch of HP Insights – a new programme of interactive and thought-provoking events that look at how new technology and new thinking can equip councils for the future.
This highly practical seminar, aimed at local authorities and LEPs, offers guidance on access to the 2014-20 Structural Funds. It will take place two days after the Spending Review that will set out the size of the funding streams transferred to the first Single Local Growth Fund in addition to more detailed guidance on the…