In the run up to our Rural and Coastal Issues Global Executive Panel on December 1st, LGIU Ireland hears about coastal and heritage conservation in Clare County Council.
This briefing provides a round-up of research and announcements related to the arts, culture and leisure sector, covering the new ministerial appointments, Arts Council England’s 2023-26 investment settlement, the energy and cost pressures facing the sector, and audience trends.
Ingrid Koehler looks at some spooktacular local government efforts. From recounting tales of local ghosts to making sure kids stay safe, councils are at the heart of our community celebrations of Halloween.
This new edition covers policy/research papers from late July-early October 2022 – a tumultuous time economically, politically and constitutionally, with the death of Queen Elizabeth and a shaky start from the incoming prime minister.
This briefing looks at short-term rental, how it is affecting local communities, and how state and local governments are responding. Looking at the regulation currently in place and the drivers for these regulations, it also considers international comparisons and potential regulatory frameworks available to monitor the impacts of STRA on the community.
Join our live Q&A event to discuss how to lead change at local and state levels and create more connected cities and neighbourhoods that prioritise walking and cycling.
This is the first of a series of briefings discussing the consequences of tourism on the economic and social development of towns and cities (both positive and negative) since the year 2017 – which was declared by the United Nations the Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development.
Toilets are critical public infrastructure, but their provision is declining in many major cities. Beyond meeting our basic needs, effective provision and design of public toilets can help to achieve a range of local government objectives. This briefing explores these issues and argues for the development of local public toilet strategies.