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Government outsourcing: the good and the bad

 A recent study by the Institute of Government concludes that outsourcing of public services by local and central government has delivered mixed results, with the public sector no longer likely to save as much money from using private contractors as in previous decades.

England & Wales, Scotland
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Neighbourhood engagement: how local government can effectively deliver participation

Despite legislated participatory measures enacted to enable decentralised government, neighbourhood issues are not always addressed. We focus here on the South African experience of community engagement and participation, but many of the concerns are common to other countries, including the UK.

England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland
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Open Public Services – Briefing on progress

This briefing takes a look across the Coalition Government’s public services reform programme – Open Public Services – to review progress and developments focusing on local government issues. Many of the original initiatives presented in the 2011 Open Public Services White Paper are now in place. Significant progress has been made in doubling the proportion…

England & Wales
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Adoption scorecards

The DfE has published controversial new ‘adoption scorecards’, highlighting three indicators of how quickly each local authority places children in need of adoption. They are described as ‘a key plank in the Government’s tougher approach to addressing underperformance in the adoption system’, and the Children’s Minister has said “we won’t hesitate to intervene where the…

England & Wales

LGIU Statement: 11th annual LGIU & CCLA Cllr Awards 

...proud to officially open nominations for the 2020 Cllr Awards. The Cllr Awards are the only national awards ceremony to celebrate the achievements of individual councillors across England. Since 2010,...

England & Wales Press Releases

LGIU Statement: 2020 Cllr Awards Shortlists unveiled

Shortlist unveiled for England and Scotland’s top councillors Over 300 nominations received for annual Cllr Awards across England and Scotland The LGIU/ LGIU Scotland and CCLA are proud to unveil...

England & Wales, Scotland Press Releases
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Schools Adjudicator – 2019 annual report and Covid-19 developments

The latest Office of the Schools Adjudicator Annual Report gives an account of the casework activities of the Office of the Schools Adjudicator (OSA) and analyses the statutory reports on local authorities’ work during the same period. This briefing examines the findings.

England & Wales
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LGIU and Vuelio elections update – 15 April

In the run-up to #SuperThursday on 6 May, LGIU has partnered with Vuelio to provide you with weekly updates on the Scottish and Welsh national elections, as well as the English local elections.

England & Wales, Scotland
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Consultation on 100% Business Rates Retention: Flexibilities and practicalities

On 5 July 2016, the Government published a consultation “Self-sufficient local government: 100% business rates retention”. This briefing is the second of two on the main paper of this consultation, covering roughly the second half of the document, from page 28. The consultation runs until Monday 26 September.

England & Wales
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City Living: Devolution and the Living Standards Challenge

The paper on city living from the Resolution Foundation is set in the context of devolution, which, despite current uncertainties, offers the prospect of devolved powers which leaders can use to improve the living standards of citizens. The focus of this first paper in a series is labour market performance.

Scotland