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The cladding conundrum: improving fire safety in housing

Arguments continue to rage over who should pay for fire safety four years after Grenfell. According to MPs, the government and industry should be helping social landlords and others, including leaseholders, by paying more towards the removal of dangerous cladding from tower blocks and other safety defects.

England & Wales

Winners: C’llr Achievement awards 2011

Over 100 of local government’s biggest and brightest, including Rt Hon Caroline Flint MP , met this evening in Westminster for the presentation of the C’llr Achievement Awards 2011. These awards are an initiative we believe strongly in as they exist to find, highlight and celebrate the dedicated effort that councillors put in throughout the…

England & Wales Blog Post

Elevating ESD targets in Planning Schemes

This briefing looks at current initiatives in NSW and Victoria to elevate environmentally sustainable development targets, including those for net zero carbon development in the planning system.


#GE2019 Defending our democracy

LGiU’s new campaign, #DispatchesFromTheDoorstep, aims to shine a light on un-democratic behaviour witnessed on the general election campaign trail and hear how this behaviour is being tackled by individuals, councils, parties and the police.

England & Wales, Scotland Blog Post

English devolution and intermediate tiers of governance

This briefing provides local authorities (LAs) and partners with an overview of issues and proposals being advocated for 2015-20 devolution agendas in England. It considers, in particular, often fraught issues around LA relationships with any 'intermediate tier' of governance - i.e. institutions between individual LAs and national government. It will be relevant to councillors and…

England & Wales