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 […]
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.
We held a joint roundtable with the Audit Commission looking at ways in which local authorities can be encouraged to innovate
We held a debate assessing whether or not crime mapping will show people what they want to know.
Talk by Merrick Cockell on ‘The spread of innovation between local authorities: The London experience’ at the LGA Conference in Bournemouth
During the LGA Conference, we held an event where attendees were asked to consider ‘What defines a Conservative Council?’
1. What defines a Council as a Conservative Council?
2. What 3 innovative things have you done as a conservative Council?
3. What barriers do you face?
The new Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, was elected a month ago with the votes of over 1 million Londoners. This has given him a considerable popular mandate. Now, a new report from leading think tanks Policy Exchange and Localis, the local government and localist think tank, looks at the big issues the new Mayor will face in his first term as set out by some of the foremost experts and commentators on London politics