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Climate Action Plan 2021 – securing Ireland’s future?

The Irish Government has published its ambitious plan for climate action and local authorities will have a big role to play. This briefing examines in broad detail the actions in the plan and how they relate to the local government system.

Global, Ireland

PB or not PB: question time for participatory budgeting

Scottish Government agreed with COSLA in January 2021 to be “flexible” in the implementation of the 1% Participatory Budgeting (PB) mainstreaming target. The target was part of a 2017 framework agreement that committed Scottish councils to allocate 1% of their total budgets via PB by the end of the financial year 2020-21. This was a…

Scotland
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Housing and planning round-up September 2021

An appeal to councils to house thousands of Afghan refugees is the big issue in this month’s housing and planning roundup. Other news includes homelessness, green energy, fire safety, complaints to the Housing Ombudsman and structural racism.

England & Wales, Scotland
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January 2021 Think Tank Review

The Think Tank Review focuses on outputs from the UK, Ireland and Australia. Many focused on Covid-19 and recovery from the crisis, but there has been a wide range of other reports on topics such as devolution, Brexit, the economy and planning.

Australia, England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland
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Universal Credit and ‘Survival Sex’: WPC report and government response

In October 2019, the Work and Pensions Committee (the WPC) published a report on Universal Credit and Survival Sex. The DWP did not provide a response until early March 2021. This briefing summarises and comments on the WPC’s original report and the DWP’s response.

England & Wales, Scotland
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Housing and planning round-up May 2021

Changes to the planning system that could mean councils having less say over development decisions are the ‘big issue’ in this month’s housing and planning roundup. Other topics include rough sleeping, fire safety, private renting and energy efficiency.

England & Wales
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Housing and planning round-up April 2021

Evictions and rent arrears is the big issue in this month’s housing and planning round-up, with fears raised over the future for private renters with large arrears once eviction bans end. Other topics include right to buy, energy efficiency, overcrowding, permitted development and 20-minute neighbourhoods.

England & Wales
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Swift Read: What does Holyrood 2021 election result mean for local communities?

Professor James Mitchell outlines what the recent Holyrood election result will mean locally, highlighting the prospect of an independence referendum as likely to dominate politics for the years to come, the surprising lack of debate in the election regarding the economy and the pandemic’s role in paving the way for functional, fiscal and community empowerment…

Scotland
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On Your Radar: August 2013

On Your Radar provides regular updates on information from central government and other key organisations; looks back over the last period, ahead at what could be hitting the headlines and comments on issues relevant to local government that will be influencing the political landscape over the coming months. August is, of course, rather slow. Especially…

England & Wales