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The future of immigration

The government’s post-Brexit immigration system is focussing firmly on skills and the economy. But what will it mean for local government and the wider economy? We look at the Home Office’s proposals and some of the key issues raised, including possible skill shortages in sectors such as adult care.

England & Wales, Scotland
Members

Is this the end of the planning committee?

For almost 75 years, every government has described each tweak to the planning system as the biggest shake-up of planning since the 1947 Planning Act. The Planning for the Future White Paper,  if nothing else, delivers on that recurring promise. We take a closer look in this briefing.

England & Wales
Members

A budget of hope and confidence…?

In the following briefing, Dr. Seán Ó’Riordáin provides an overview of the budget with a particular focus on local government and issues of concern to the local authorities in Ireland. The briefing has this focus as invariably big-ticket spending such as Education and Health unsurprisingly will be the focus of the national media. Nonetheless, there…

Ireland
Members

Housing for All – a planning and land use perspective

Next in the series of ‘Housing for All’ LGIU briefings, this briefing examines the most important planning and land use elements that will impact the ‘New Housing Plan for Ireland’.

Ireland
Members

Tackling Ireland’s housing crisis: The role of the planning system

Ireland is experiencing a shortage of new homes following the economic crash of 2007. The total number of new homes constructed in 2015 was about half of what is required. This briefing looks at the role of the planning system as part of the government’s housing action plan.

Ireland
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Locked-up children – Children’s Commissioner

This briefing looks at children whose lives are behind closed doors ‘asking who they are and where they are living. It looks at what we know and crucially what we don’t know about them, so that we can begin to assess whether they are getting the most appropriate support’.

England & Wales
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New Homes Bonus: PAC and NAO Reports, and the local growth fund

'- The Public Accounts Committee has published its report on the New Homes Bonus following the earlier one from the National Audit Office. - Some £1.3 billion in Bonus has been paid out since April 2011 on which a total of £3.3 billion will be paid out up and until 2017-18 to match the additional…

England & Wales
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Budget and Spending Review October 2021: economic and fiscal analysis

Of the various aspects of the Autumn 2021 Budget and Spending Review, this briefing focuses on the Office for Budget Responsibility’s October 2021 Economic and Fiscal Outlook report which assesses the feasibility of the Chancellor’s tax and spending plans in the context of the current fiscal rules.

England & Wales