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Members

TTIP: October 2015 update

The TTIP remains contentious. What stage have the negotiations reached? How are the debates going on transparency and protection of public services? What is the response across EU local government to TTIP? This briefing updates members on what has been happening across the EU.

Scotland

More words from a Gen-Z

Ella Henry writes for us about the uncertainty and disruption that the past year has brought to the lives of young people – there are worries for the future of course, but also some optimism and a real desire among the Gen-Zs to drive change.

England & Wales, Global, Scotland Blog Post

Bad stats

...a bit disappointing. The usually excellent MJ reports that “almost three-quarters of councils are planning to hike up service fees“. But the polling in fact said that that only “30...

England & Wales Blog Post
Members

Improving Business Rates Retention – IPPR “Better Rates”

The IPPR report “Better Rates” looks ahead to the introduction of 100 per cent business rates retention, modelling potential outcomes for the policy, and identifies a weakness. This briefing summarises the report and looks at possible scenarios for this radical change.

England & Wales

David Cameron’s speech to Conservative conference

David Cameron’s speech was a mix of the old, the new, the borrowed and (fairly obviously) the blue. First, the old. Large chunks of the speech were real meat and...

England & Wales Blog Post
Members

Programme for Government: Housing for All

The mission title ‘Housing for All’ leads into the section on housing policy in the new Programme for Government. It is highly aspirational, though short on detail and giving little away regarding cost. This briefing provides an initial overview of highlights and the overall direction of policy.

Ireland
Members

Regeneration: sense of place, participation and identity

This briefing is one of our series of briefings on a sense of place. It considers what sense of place and identity mean in relation to regeneration and how retaining and building on sense of place can ensure the sustainability of projects.

Ireland

Safety first – cycling in the Netherlands

LGiU Scotland’s Kim Fellows blogs about her cycling trip to the Netherlands recently, and what she saw and learned there.

Australia, England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland Blog Post
Members

Poverty in Britain: Causes, Costs, and Solutions

This Joseph Rowntree Foundation report brings together much of their poverty research and policy development over the past four years. There are a large number of recommendations for poverty alleviation, spanning across housing, the costs of essentials, labour markets and wages, education and skills, family support and elderly care.

Scotland