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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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Cambridge: supplying skills for the local visitor economy

Cambridge has a strong international profile aided by easy access from London. Its tourism and hospitality sectors have been growing strongly in recent years with visitors having increased by 50 per cent since 2013.

Cornwall: supplying skills for the local visitor economy

Tourism is the biggest sector in Cornwall, supporting one in five jobs and is projected to grow at 3.8 per cent each year through to 2025. As the leading domestic brand, the area attracts over four million UK tourism trips every year.

Royal Borough of Greenwich: supplying skills for the local visitor economy

The Royal Borough of Greenwich has a rich heritage, with a unique place in maritime history and a global profile through the Greenwich meridian. 2018 was a record year for visitor numbers, when the borough received 19 million visits made up of a mix of London, UK and international visitors.

Scarborough: supplying skills for the local visitor economy

The visitor economy sector continues to play a key role in the economy of the borough. Whilst Scarborough still has many structural challenges to face, it equally has a lot to offer the visitor including 45 miles of heritage coastline, the North York Moors National Park, the resorts of Filey, Whitby and Scarborough, year-round events and festivals, which celebrate the essence of the Yorkshire Coast, and a developing food and drink offer.

Improving outcomes for people in temporary accommodation

Redbridge Council faced an increasing demand for temporary housing. People evicted from the private rented sector were spending longer and longer homeless in B&B accommodation. Find out how the team reduced the number of families living in high-cost B&Bs to zero in just eight months.

Merton Health and Wellbeing Board

Merton is part of South West London Health and Care Partnership, which has a commitment to delegate to borough level to ensure local accountability and delivery based on consistency, not uniformity. The partnership published draft health and care plans in March 2019.

Sutton Health and Wellbeing Board

Sutton Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) has been proactive in driving and overseeing extensive developments in integration, prevention and tackling the wider determinants of health, and in holding partners to account. This case study forms part of our integrated care systems (ICS) resource.

Regeneration of a Community | Burnholme Health and Wellbeing Hub

Working collaboratively to deliver improved services for the local community in Burnholme, York, through the development of a new health and wellbeing hub.

Delivering collaborative services in a rural area | Buxton place based area review

The North Midlands partnership is rethinking how public services can be delivered together to improve service delivery for its residents.

Development | Griffin Regeneration Area

The Griffin regeneration area in Blackburn is benefiting from £670,000 from the MHCLG Land Release Fund, which is managed by the OPE programme, to carry out new highways access and land remediation work which will accelerate the release of land for 140 new family homes and help regenerate the local area.