Book Club: A member only, friendly discussion of Municipal Dreams: The Rise and Fall of Council Housing by John Boughton
In the latest pillar of our Post-Covid Councils project we explore Place and Community
Leaving no one behind: why local government should take an intersectional response to Covid-19
Black Thrive write for us about shaping Covid-19 recovery plans through community research
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This write-up outlines the key discussion points from LGIU’s second webinar in its Post-Covid Councils series, Place and Community, which took place on Tuesday, 15th September.
This briefing explores how taking a five-stage approach to organisational risk management can help leaders plot a route through periods of uncertainty, ensuring that all significant ‘elephants in the room’ are discussed when considering organisational risk.
As we look to the future of our streets, fairer reallocation of space is a priority shaping towns and cities across the UK. In the context of Covid-19 and the competing claims to street space it adds, how can we plan our streets to ensure they represent the needs of communities while contributing to a…