Case studies

Innovation in local government is about improving the lives of the people in our communities. Browse through our case studies to see the many innovative programmes councils are involved in.

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Positioning arts, culture and heritage within Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council's priorities

How can officers help to position the arts, culture and heritage within their council’s priorities? Polly Hamilton, Assistant Director, Culture, Sport and Tourism, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council shares her thoughts.

Positioning arts, culture and heritage within Oldham Council's public health priorities

How can officers help to position the arts, culture and heritage within their council’s public health priorities? Alan Higgins, Director of Public Health, Oldham Council, shares his thoughts.

Positioning arts, culture and heritage within Liverpool city region's priorities

How can officers help to position the arts, culture and heritage within their city region? Claire McColgan, Director, Culture Liverpool, Liverpool City Council, shares her thoughts.

Positioning arts, culture and heritage within Barnsley Council's priorities

How can officers help to position the arts, culture and heritage within their council’s priorities? Sue Thiedman, Head of Culture and Visitor Economy, Barnsley Council, shares her thoughts.

Digitising the collection of Bristol Culture, the city council's art and culture service

Bristol’s museums and galleries have a combined collection of more than two million items. When the council began its three-year digitisation programme, 95 per cent of them were not yet fully catalogued or photographed.

Magna Vitae Trust for Leisure and Culture - providing an efficient means of safeguarding services for East Lindsey’s communities

Magna Vitae is a specially created charitable trust which runs leisure, culture and health-related services on behalf of East Lindsey District Council.

Cornwall Council: engaging communities

Having involved communities in previous public-facing campaigns in the past, Cornwall Council was in a strong position to engage residents in the devolution agenda.

Communications support

North East England Chamber of Commerce: talking devolution to business

The North East England Chamber of Commerce (The Chamber), which represents over 3,000 businesses from all sectors and covers two local enterprise partnership areas, has been working closely with the business community to bring the benefits of devolution to the region.

Communications support

A new delivery model for Peterborough City Council's library service

In Peterborough, a new delivery model for the city’s library service has reduced its cost by over 20 per cent while increasing public access by 50 per cent.

A Change for the Future: Dacorum Borough Council’s move to The Forum, January 2017

This case study provides information on the Council’s journey, both culturally and physically as they moved to their new building.

Efficiency and income generation

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