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This is a summary of the topics covered at the roundtable discussion hosted by Localis and the Audit Commission on the 15th October 2008, attended by James Morris, Steve Bundred, Greg Smith, Tom Fairhead, Emer Coleman, Prof Jean Hartley, Peter Gilroy, Dr Su Maddock, Crispin Moor, Rhodri Davies, George Lee, Roger Gough and Tom Shakespeare.
This booklet by Localis and the Conservative Councils Innovation Unit which aims to highlight some of the good work happening within Conservative controlled Councils at the local level. This publication has contributions from Council Leaders, the private sector and the voluntary sector
This report focuses on the major strategic issues that Boris Johnson is facing in his first term in office. The analysis is covered in 7 chapters written by some of the leading London experts and commentators.
What are the qualities of a sucessful council leader? Stephen Greenhalgh argues that the orderly, rational skills of a manager are essential – but not enough.
Tim Palmer and Glyn Gaskarth argue that there is a better way: an innovative model of ‘federal’ county government.
This Policy Exchange report was supported by Localis. The report argued that the government should allow forces voluntarily to federate where necessary, extend the remit of national policing agencies …
This report, supported by Localis, looks at the future for a reform of English schools.
The first part of a major research project, supported by Localis, into vouchers and school choice.
Policy Exchange’s first report was supported by Localis. The report originally suggested the creation of the Police and Crime Commissioner post.