The Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill will give the Secretary of State significant additional powers to review and intervene in individual councils, and ultimately to be able to make strong directions, such as capping borrowing or forcing the sale of specific assets.
The employer standards survey gives a voice to occupational therapists, registered social workers and non-registered social care professionals. It ensures that the workforce is listened to and enables employers to be proactive in tackling challenges.
The starting point for our Local Leadership Framework for Councillors is the councillor profile – a short, positive summary of the most important things about you as a councillor. Here are some examples of councillor profiles, to support you in developing your own.
The Local Government Association (LGA) is here to support, promote and improve local government. We will fight local government's corner and support councils through challenging times by making the case for greater devolution, helping councils tackle their challenges and assisting them to deliver better value for money services.
This response has been agreed by Lead Members of the LGA Resources Board.
Letter from Naomi Cooke, Employers’ Secretary, to chief executives in England and Wales (N Ireland for information), to be shared with HR director and monitoring officer, and regional employer organisations.
Across the rural economy of Rother, a range of opportunities are emerging for businesses. The primary objective of this project was to understand how to leverage these opportunities to enhance the rural economy.