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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, Ireland and Australia.

Australia, England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland, South Africa
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Housing Progress Report

'- This briefing takes as its starting point a range of key statistics to review progress made on a number of housing issues including housing supply, homelessness and housing sales. - There is evidence that the housing market is gaining more confidence with fewer mortgage arrears, and repossessions and increased mortgage lending including to first…

England & Wales
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Local Digital Today

The research project, ‘Local Digital Today’, was undertaken by a project team comprising UKAuthority editorial and research staff, the Department for Communities & Local Government and the members of the Local Government Digital Alliance: Local Government Association, Socitm, Local CIO Council, Local Government Delivery Board, Local Contact Council and LocalGov Digital. The research aimed to…

England & Wales
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The IFS 2019 Green Budget

This briefing deals with the IFS 2019 Green Budget which the IFS normally publishes  about a month before the Government’s annual Budget; the 2019 Green Budget was published on 8 October 2019, six days before the announcement on 14 October of a 2019 Budget for 6 November, which has since been postponed. This briefing will…

England & Wales, Scotland
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DfE consultation: Home Education

The MHCLG Integrated Communities Strategy Green Paper committed the Government to reviewing the Home Education. Where it is not done well, home education can further reduce social mixing and risk exposing children to harmful views and practices. The review seeks views on the registration of children educated at home, the monitoring of home education provision…

England & Wales
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Covid-19 and food supply: the impacts on fishing and farming industries

The result of Covid-19 is a situation where largely, food is still available in the nets and in the fields – but it is not reaching the shelves. Farmers and fishermen are turning to new methods of reaching customers, assisted by local government and communities who have played a key role in the approach.

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
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How will technology change health and care?

The King’s Fund published a paper late last year entitled “The digital revolution: eight technologies that will change health and care”. This briefing outlines the King’s Fund’s findings and explores the potential challenges and risks to local authorities and other NHS bodies.

England & Wales, Scotland
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Swift Read: Being creative – how the arts and cultural sector is responding to Covid-19

Cultural life and participation in creative activities have changed dramatically as a result of Covid-19, and though digital technologies offer alternative ways to participate, the economic risks for the sector are significant. We look here at the creative ways the arts and cultural sector is responding.

England & Wales, Global, Scotland
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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