Wednesday 5 December | From 7.00 p.m. The British Academy, 10 – 11 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AH Localis’s annual drinks reception will be held in the Reading Room of the British Academy on the evening of Wednesday 5 December from 7.00 p.m. onward. Localis has enjoyed a year of dynamic growth and change in 2018. […]
Its nearly the time of year again to engage in powerful discussion and network for what promises to be a multitude of interesting, and charmingly provocative speeches, debates, dinners and more at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham. This year, we will be hosting three events at Jurys Inn, 245 Broad Street, B1 2HQ on Monday […]
In a time of diminished budgets and an ageing society, the pressures facing the NHS in delivering the ‘cradle-to-grave’ care the British people have come to expect are increasingly difficult to manage. This Localis and NHS Partners Network fringe event will examine the challenges facing the health service and ask – will the NHS ever […]
The contrast between Conservative success in the recent metro mayor elections versus their struggles in the general election calls into question how real the Tory urban revival is. This Localis and Core Cities fringe will discuss how government can continue to encourage cities to grow, and whether there is a distinctly Conservative agenda for cities. […]
Securing continued local economic growth across the nation will be underpinned by careful investment in pro-growth schemes that improve key areas such as transport, skills and housing. This Localis fringe, sponsored by the London Pensions Fund Authority and the Greater Manchester Pension Fund, will look at new approaches for unlocking sources of finance for municipal […]
With so much of the terms of the UK’s divorce from the EU still to be determined there is understandable concern about the impact this will have on the economy and public services. This Localis panel event, in partnership with the City of London, will discuss ways the government can ensure the UK will continue […]
With councils struggling to keep pace with the numbers of children entering the care system, and efforts at innovation falling short of the high standards set by Ofsted, is now the right time to consider taking children’s services out of council control? Should all children’s services now become independent trusts under the banner of a […]
Localis Annual Members’ Dinner in association with Carillion With Guest of Honour Greg Clark (Communities and Local Government Secretary of State) and in association with Carillion PLC, Localis will be hosting its Annual Members’ Dinner at Conservative Party Conference in Manchester on the evening of Tuesday 6th October. To hear more about this invitation only […]
Localis is pleased to once again be hosting events at the LGA Annual Conference.
Localis will hold the next in its series of private roundtables in February. Details forthcoming.