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Parking Enforcement: Transport Select Committee Report

'- The House of Commons’ Transport Select Committee has published a report on their inquiry into local parking enforcement (β€œLocal authority parking enforcement”). - The Committee believe that every local authority should publish an annual parking report to show precisely where their parking revenues come from and how any income is being used. - While…

England & Wales
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Learning from mistakes: The Scottish Public Services Ombudsman

This briefing provides an introduction to the work of the Scottish Public Services Ombudsman (SPSO), focusing on the aspects of its work which affect local authorities, explaining what type of complaints the Ombudsman investigates and how, and what sort of, recommendations are made.

Scotland
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Digital technology, social media: the voluntary and community sector and local government

This briefing considers the role of digital technology and social media within Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) organisations and the implications for local government; VCS organisations are adopting digital technology, and particularly social media rapidly and in a range of ways; national, regional and local bodies and umbrella groups have developed to help the VCS…

England & Wales
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So you’ve declared a climate emergency. What next?

The briefing focuses on case studies of two councils in Victoria, Australia, to better understand how local governments are, and can, respond to and leading change in response to global warming. The results are applicable across Australia – and indeed globally – for anyone interested in building a local government response to mitigating climate change…

Australia, Global
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Why the Local Electricity Bill could be important for a post Covid world

Could the Local Electricity Bill (2020) transform the current electricity regime? The Bill would introduce powers to issue licences to smaller providers of electricity. This would enable local generators of electricity to become local suppliers both to residents and businesses.  

England & Wales, Scotland
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School attendance and pupil wellbeing under Covid-19

Pupil attendance at school during the Autumn Term 2020 has been affected by the need for pupil and staff isolation as Covid-19 continues to make school-based learning difficult in many parts of England. This briefing is on recent studies and government policy developments on the issue and the new national lockdown announced on 4 January…

England & Wales
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Implications of the new Victorian Local Government Bill 2019 for planning and reporting

The new Victorian Local Government Bill 2019 (the Bill) was introduced to Parliament In November 2019 with the aim of delivering improved local government democracy, accountability and service delivery. This briefing provides an overview of the new framework and outlines the new legislative requirements and intent for each document.

Australia
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North of Tyne Combined Authority

In May 2019 the North of Tyne Combined Authority elected its inaugural Mayor. The Mayor has pledged to create10,000 jobs, adding over Β£1 billion in goods and services and levering over Β£2 billion of private sector investment. What are the prospects and challenges for this new combined authority?

England & Wales
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Strategic planning for the changing roles of activity centres post Covid-19

This briefing examines the potential impact of a shift to online retail and working from home on activity centres, with a focus on land use planning implications. It is the second in two part series, the first of which looked at the impact of the Covid-19 shutdown on vulnerable workers in Australia.

Australia
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Taking back the land – community land ownership in Scotland

Increasingly, local projects have bought land and properties from large estates to individual buildings on behalf of their communities. If Scotland is to deliver on a wellbeing economy with sustainability and fairness at the heart of recovery, land use is an important cornerstone.

Scotland