The future of mayors in England – what Bristol’s referendum result means for the future of levelling up and devolution
As results come in thick and fast, relatively little attention has been paid to Bristol voting to scrap their elected mayor. Nonetheless, this is a significant result, writes Jonathan Carr-West.
Our statement from Jonathan Carr-West on the state of the locals on Friday morning with over 70 councils currently declared.
This bundle compiles examples of content along each theme of the ICLEI World Congress 2022 Summit in Malmö, Sweden. We’ll be blogging and providing coverage live from Malmö on our Twitter and website, so stay tuned.
This event hosted by the LGIU will bring together political and local government experts to discuss reaching net zero, the role of councils in sustainable development, and the intersection with the cost of living crisis.
Whether you’re a brand new councillor or an old hand, LGIU is here to support you to deliver for your local residents. LGIU Chief Executive Jonathan Carr-West explains how new councillors can start benefitting from LGIU now.
Over the past 20 years, the rate of house prices in Ireland has far exceeded general inflation. Certain periods have been particular volatility, including dramatic acceleration in 2021 and into 2022. This briefing provides a comprehensive overview of prevailing conditions in Ireland.
Ahead of tomorrow’s election Peter Stanyon, Chief Executive of the Association of Electoral Administrators, discusses all the behind the scenes hard work that goes into carrying out these local elections.
The health, public health and social care round-up summarises new policy, research and publications that are relevant to elected members and officers interested in health and social care.