This report from the LGIU’s Local Democracy Research Centre – supported by Browne Jacobson – explores local government’s democratic leadership on climate action.
Notable practice: LGIU case study roundup March-April 2023
Local government finance: a comparative study
LGIU@40: For the future of local government – a white paper
The LGIU’s Local Democracy Research Centre has produced a major new research report – funded by the JRSST-CT- on democracy in the UK.
This report focuses on the local government funding system in Germany. It is part of ongoing research by the LGIU’s Local Democracy Research Centre comparing funding systems in different countries.
Parking is a complex issue that cuts across social, economic, environmental and development policies. There are also new developments in the pipeline that councils need to be aware of and incorporate into their strategies. This new report is intended as an informative tool to aid discussions around future planning.
Local government is often responsible for the last mile and the first. This collection of LGIU resources looks at how councils can manage our relationship with the car and its possible alternatives.
This collection showcases a range of LGIU work that explores energy on a local level, including transitions in energy sources and powering future homes. It has plenty of key resources to offer for staff and councillors in public services that aspire to drive a sustainable energy transition in their areas.
This collection showcases a range of LGIU work that explores all things pollution, including air, waste and water. From exclusive LGIU member content to our Global Local newsletters, plus articles which are free for anyone to read, we provide resources to support better policy and practice for your communities.
This collection showcases a range of LGIU work that explores all things environmental governance on a local level, including best environmental practice from local leaders around the world, the importance of community engagement, and adaptation and resilience strategies.
Councils around the world are tackling problems with resourcefulness and ingenuity. LGIU’s round up of case studies, good practice highlights from our exclusive Daily News and. more. From re-wilding to economic development and cost-of-living support.
What do you think should be the main focus areas of councillors this year? Find out what LGIU members and followers told us here.