This session was held on Thursday 18th in the Ideas Space, by invitation only Sessions 3 and 4 were looking to build upon session 2 where numerous ideas were put forward in order to come up with a series of policies which will fit within our guiding principles (established in session 1). The format was […]
This session will be held on Wednesday 3rd June from 1pm – 4pm in the Ideas Space, by invitation only Sessions 3 and 4 were looking to build upon session 2 where numerous ideas were put forward in order to come up with a series of policies which will fit within our guiding principles (established […]
This roundtable centred on assessing the implementation challenges of a new strategy for tackling the problems faced by families at risk. This was a follow up to the successful ‘Families at Risk’ event held last November. The discussion was held on Tuesday 2nd June from 6.30pm – 8.30 pm in the Ideas Space. James Morris […]
The roundtable looked to assess the reduced income and the increased spending pressures on local authorities, how they are responding and what they should do over the short and medium term.
A debate on Boris’ first 12 months as London Mayor with speakers Andrew Gilligan, Anthony Browne, Merrick Cockell and Darren Johnson AM
Session II in our Sustainable Councils series held in the House of Commons
Localis is holding a series of discussions around the role of Local Government in achieving environmental sustainability ? with the aim of establishing a handful of policies which Councils can adopt and adapt.
This timely and critical roundtable discussion was concerned with tackling an increasingly problematic area of policy. The aim of this roundtable is to identify practical steps that Councils and Registered Social Landlords can take that can help to deliver mixed communities rather than concentrations of welfare housing
We held an event during the CCA Conference in Oulton Hall, Leeds looking into improving the language used by local government
A review of our report on international local government, by Andrew Stevens of CityMayors.com