This report from the LGiU, with support from John Laing, draws on new research carried out by the LGiU to examine current local authority partnership arrangements, identify barriers to community investment at a local level and highlight innovative examples of current partnership working.
Power down to level up: resilient place-shaping for a post-Covid world
You CAN handle the truth: How councils can build trust and recovery in an age of alternate facts
Bundle: Social mobility
This joint publication from Governance International and the LGiU brings together contributors from councils, health and social care providers, the voluntary sector and universities.
This paper from the LGiU, in association from Unison looks at Ministry of Justice (MOJ) plans to reform the Probation Service and community sentencing.
This report based new research conducted by the LGiU and supported by the Carnegie Trust looks at the future role of arms length bodies in public service delivery.
The report is the third in CSDG’s In It Together series, which has sought to demonstrate how strategic partnership working and excellence in commissioning can deliver the best outcomes for children with complex needs, at the best price.
In this publication, the LGiU has identified the elements that underpin local water security to help councils, communities and national government ensure the sustainable utilisation of this precious resource.
This report from the LGiU, with support from Circle, draws together previous studies on the social and financial outcomes of the Supporting People programme and new LGiU research.
To many people new web technology seems the ideal way to engage in more dialogue with communities, this report attempts to give some shape to what this approach means in practice for government.
There has never been a greater need for innovation in local government service delivery. This report recommends councils to adopt an eight-point risk manifesto for a more flexible approach to risk in order to maximise the potential involvement of community groups and other in delivering services.
In partnership with the NUT and Unison, the LGiU conducted a survey of 80 local government children’s services leaders, focusing on the future of local government’s role in the changing education system. This is the report of the survey findings.