On 13 September, Localis launched a report looking at future models of public service delivery, in association with Capita Symonds.
Localis held a private roundtable discussion at the LGA Conference looking at the innovative delivery models that local authorities are engaging with.
What makes shared management initiatives work (in association with the Local Government Association)
Localis, in association with Kent CC, Essex CC, East Sussex CC and the Local Government Group, sponsored the inaugural Bruce-Lockhart lecture commemorating the life and work of Sandy Bruce-Lockhart, who led Kent County Council and the LGA with such distinction. The lecture entitled Winning the Peace was delivered by Greg Clark MP and Localis will shortly be publishing the text of his speech as a pamphlet check the website to get your copy.
Supported by Localis. Join leaders and practitioners from across London to re-think, re-design and re-assess the way services are delivered.
As local authorities enter a time of economic constraint, learn how services can be made cheaper and also improved
A panel debate with Bob Neill MP, Cllr David Parsons, Dr John Seddon and Cllr Paul Carter about the future of joined-up services at the local level
A panel debate and launch of a publication with Greg Clark about how local government can support community groups in delivering better services at lower cost
This roundtable discussion focussed on the role of local authorities in a modern education system. The discussion focussed on the current problems and what the ideal secondary education model should resemble.
This roundtable discussion considered the merits of the current benefits system and the potential alternatives. It was held jointly by Localis and Essex County Council