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Troubled Families Programme

The MHCLG-led Troubled Families Programme in England is nearly 10 years old. This briefing looks at its impact, recent commentary and future prospects.

England & Wales

How are local government budgets responding to COVID-19?

Local governments are under pressure from their communities to minimise rate increases and provide stimulus packages for their local economies during the COVID-19 pandemic. This briefing is focussed on how Victorian local governments have responded to COVID-19 in their 2020-21 budgets, based on a survey undertaken by Local Government Finance Professionals, a peak body that…

Australia
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Social infrastructure and levelling up – building resilient communities

The UK government has put investment in large transport and digital infrastructure projects at the heart of its approach to economic growth but has tended to overlook the important role of social infrastructure. This briefing examines the potential contribution of social infrastructure to the levelling up agenda.

England & Wales, Scotland
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The role of creative and cultural sectors in economic recovery

This briefing looks at the role and impact of our creative and cultural sectors. This includes understanding the economic and social wellbeing benefits of these sectors, the impacts of COVID-19, and how local governments can help these sectors to lead local economic recovery.

Australia
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Budget and Spending Review 2021 – local economic growth and placemaking implications

This briefing outlines the UK Government’s main approaches to local growth and economic development arising from the Autumn Budget and Spending Review (SR21) and the challenges facing local authorities and their partners in translating them into well-founded economic place-making strategies.

England & Wales, Scotland
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Stockpiling space – how can local authorities respond to intergenerational housing inequalities?

Housing inequality has grown over the past decade and increased further during the pandemic. England now has two main housing nations: older, affluent owner-occupiers with rooms to spare; and younger renters living in cramped homes with little access to outside space. A report from the Intergenerational Foundation proposes bold policy changes.

England & Wales, Scotland

Going digital to save lives

Pauline Waddell, Team Manager, Mobile Emergency Care Service (MECS) explains how Falkirk Council safeguarded a lifesaving service and became the first local authority in Scotland to enable end-to-end digital telecare.

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Councils and the climate crisis: making social housing energy efficient

Improving the energy efficiency of housing is a vital part of tackling the climate crisis. This means upgrading council homes and other social housing to reduce carbon emissions. This briefing looks at the money available to councils and whether local authorities can take a lead in encouraging higher energy standards in other tenures of housing.

England & Wales, Scotland
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Renewing Ireland through meeting the challenge of climate change

In the following briefing, we focus on the critical elements of the programme for government and its objectives around climate change: the economic possibilities, the potential role of local government in Ireland and recovery from the impact of Covid-19.

Ireland