We bring you a taster of our recent appearance on Connected Local Gov TV, in which LGiU researcher Andrew Walker, Southwark Cabinet Member for Housing Stephanie Cryan, and Dawn Eckersley from the East London Housing Partnership discuss the drivers behind the housing crisis.
Followed by run-down of recent LGiU member-only housing policy briefings such as international lessons for tackling homelessness and Housing First schemes, as well as findings of the Work and Pensions Committee review of Universal Credit.
Plus our regular roundup of the highlights from LGiU Daily News, including stories about Yorkshire devo, modern slavery, green transport infrastructure, LOBOs, private tower block cladding, as well as some more lighthearted stories about toad roads and Del Boy statues in And Finally.
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Links mentioned in the podcast:
- Briefing: Welfare Reform Update March 2019
- Briefing: Housing First: a solution for homelessness in Scotland?
- Briefing: Home is Where the Heart is: The international perspective on how to resolve homelessness
- Briefing: Housing and planning round-up March 2019
- Blog: Countdown – one year til the financial cliff edge
- Blog: Better comms for better democracy
- Blog: Policy Developments and Responses to Homelessness in Ireland
- Report: Elections communications for better democracy 2019
- Islington signs Modern Slavery Charter
- Local Government Funding Debate – in Westminster Hall at 11:28 am on 27th March 2019
- Connected Local Government dot TV
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LGiU Fortnightly is LGiU’s in-house podcast, bringing you the latest news from the world of local government. We update you on the key events from the past fortnight, as well as news from us and our members, so you’re always in the loop. We’re always looking for more ways to bring you the information you need in a way that works around your busy schedule – let us know what you think by tweeting us @LGiU.