We will not build the homes we need in the UK on large sites alone. Instead we will have to find ways to unlock a range of smaller sites for development. This new report from LGiU in partnership with the Federation of Master Builders focuses on how councils can help to make this happen.
This collection of essays looks to a future where a more independent local government sector is driving forward local prosperity and development.
In this report, produced with support from Portman Group, we have drawn on case studies from across England and Wales to develop five recommendations to help local authorities to develop vibrant and diverse night time economies.
This policy paper was written by the Kosovo Local Government Institute. LGiU contributed to the paper as part of our partnership with the KLGI.
This guide aims to give councillors an understanding of the Human Rights Act and its bearing on their work as part of the local authority. It uses case studies to illustrate situations where the Act might be relevant to the activities of a local authority.
There has been, according to many commentators, an information deficit on the conduct and quality of the debate accompanying the current EU referendum. This report attempts, as far as is possible, to offer a value-free overview of the workings of the EU.
This report outlines the work LGiU has completed recently in outcomes based commissioning for home care.
For all the focus on Europe, it could be devolution that is the critical constitutional change of our era. Andrew Walker looks in depth at the prospects for radical change in local government.
One year on from the Burstow Commission on the Future of the Home Care Workforce, our report card looks at the 11 recommendations from the report and the state of home care at the moment.