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LGA responds to latest childhood obesity figures
LGA statement on Number 10 housing summit
Severe storms - guidance for councils
Autonomous and Electric Vehicles Bill Second Reading, House of Commons Monday 23 October 2017
Business Plan 2017/18
The new Parliament presents the Government with an opportunity to take a fresh look at the role of local government as leaders of place. Our regular membership survey shows that lobbying Government and Parliament is consistently a high priority for our members. With this in mind we will continue to push for the changes that matter to you.
Supported housing - House of Commons Opposition Day debate, 25 October 2017
Councils have a responsibility to support, safeguard, care for and house vulnerable members of their community. The provision of supported housing is vital to ensuring vulnerable people live in suitable homes that meet their personal and all-round housing, health and care needs.
A Councillor's workbook on acting on climate change
This workbook is a learning aid for councillors on the roles, opportunities and drivers for council-led action on the changing climate, both to reduce local carbon emissions and to build resilience to extreme weather.
LGA responds to fly-tipping statistics
Cllr Martin Tett, the LGA’s Environment spokesman, responds to the Government’s latest data on fly-tipping.
Cllr Izzi Seccombe, Chairman of the Local Government Association’s Community Wellbeing Board, responds to the latest childhood obesity figures published by NHS Digital showing that obesity prevalence has continued to increase in the last year.
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