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Planning and Development Bill 2023 – Parts 1 and 2

In this second briefing of our series covering the Planning and Development Bill, we examine Parts 1 and 2 of the proposed legislation. These two parts contain some of the essential building blocks, which underpin many of the other parts of the Bill.

Briefing

Practical project management

Set yourself up for success with practical tools like key questions to ask and a simple project framework to apply to the work currently in your docket.

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Limerick City and County Council – Local Authority of the Year 2023

Limerick City and County Council has been recognized for its exemplary work, receiving the Local Authority of the Year award in 2023. This briefing explores the council’s forward-thinking approach, focused on economic growth, sustainability, community development and cultural advancement, and showcases Limerick as a model of progress for other regions to emulate.

Briefing With case study

The 21st Century Councillor in Irish Local Government – AILG 2024 Conference

In this short article, LGIU’s Head of International Operations, Hannah Muirhead, shares some key highlights from the 2024 Association of Irish Local Government annual training conference. The event focused on the 21st Century Councillor in Irish Local Government and delved into some key developments in Irish local government in the year of local elections.

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A post-conflict role for local government in Northern Ireland

In a region where ethno-nationalist conflict continues to dominate society, culture and governance, this article explores the role of Northern Ireland’s local government in peacebuilding efforts. Highlighting three areas which exemplify the importance of local government’s role in reconciliation.

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Community planning in Northern Ireland: Unfulfilled potential?

In 2015, local government in Northern Ireland was reformed, providing councils with new powers in community planning. This briefing explores the role played by community planning in the reformed local government system in Northern Ireland.

Briefing

About LGIU Panels

LGiU offers an extensive range of training that can be delivered in your council.  From skills for councillors and officers to building better community relationships, we can help your organisation build the skills you need where you need them.

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About LGIU Workshops

LGiU offers an extensive range of training that can be delivered in your council.  From skills for councillors and officers to building better community relationships, we can help your organisation build the skills you need where you need them.

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