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100% Business Rates Retention: Further consultation

The government’s further consultation on the design of the reformed business rates system runs until 3 May. It covers resets, pooling, Local Growth Zones, appeals, tier splits, the safety net and the central list. This briefing sets it in context, describes it and comments on it.

England & Wales
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Healthy economy, healthy people, healthy planet: achieving a net zero UK

This briefing looks at the UKEAG report on Sustainable Health Equity, a timely and much-welcomed piece of work. It builds an extremely strong case for embedding concerns for public health and wellbeing at the centre of climate change decision-making

England & Wales, Scotland
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ONS place-based statistics: implications for local authorities

An overview of recent ONS statistical releases on population, housing, labour market, household income, electoral registration, and internet users - together with a discussion on how to ensure LAs are keeping abreast of statistics and using them in their place-shaping and community leadership roles

England & Wales
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ONS place-based statistics: implications for local authorities

An overview of recent ONS statistical releases on population, housing, labour market, household income, electoral registration, and internet users - together with a discussion on how to ensure LAs are keeping abreast of statistics and using them in their place-shaping and community leadership roles.

Scotland
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Much ado about…whole place community budgets

‘Whole place community budgets’ have been lauded by the coalition government as a flagship policy to put major principles of localism, ‘customer first’ service integration, public services reform, and deficit reduction into practice. They also tend to be supported enthusiastically by local government in both community leadership and local results delivery roles. This briefing looks…

England & Wales
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Fraud and error in the benefits system

This report, published on 7 May summarises the Work and Pensions Committee’s inquiry into government efforts to reduce losses to the exchequer through error and fraud in the benefits system. The government believes that the introduction of Universal Credit (UC) will help to tackle fraud and error by reducing complexity. The Work and Pensions Committee…

England & Wales
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Energy Policy Update: What’s Happening to Fuel Prices?

This briefing deals with the trends and divers of energy costs, recent developments in energy policy. It draws in on reports produced by the Energy and Climate Change Committee (ECCC), DECC, Ofgem, and others. The main focus is on household fuel bills and fuel poverty. There is also a brief review of recent developments in…

England & Wales
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Housing Statistics: the latest

The accuracy of the official figures on housing output has been called into question and received prominent coverage in the national press. This briefing looks at the main sources of information and provides some cautionary words.

Ireland
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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