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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Environment and Housing - Housing - Case studies - Increasing access to the private rented sector through Homefinder

Homefinder.uk.com is a new website which aims to improve the standard of privately rented properties in Leicestershire.

Promoting independence in older people

The London Borough of Hackney has delivered a major transformation programme to promote independence.

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Wealden District Council

Working with developers for the past two and a half years to unblock stalled developments.

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Taking preventative measures to manage demand on adult social care services

London Borough of Hillingdon is using assistive technology and telecare to enable residents to remain in their homes longer.

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Live web chat service

Leeds City Council improved its customer online experience allowing more users to self serve and cutting call centre costs.

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Family Space website

London Borough of Croydon's Family Space website provides a one-stop resource for information about children's services

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London Borough of Hillingdon: Taking preventative measures to manage demand on adult social care services

London Borough of Hillingdon is using assistive technology and telecare to enable residents to remain in their homes for as long as possible and enjoy a better quality of life.

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Identifying early intervention priorities

Haringey introduced a theory of change planning tool to support development of its early years strategy, working with stakeholders to identify change priorities.

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Reducing the need for formal care

Luton Borough Council has increased its reablement services, reducing the need for ongoing formal adult social care services and saving £14.5 million over three years.

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Special Educational Needs transport

Coventry City Council has managed demand more effectively and provided a better service for less money by applying behavioural models.

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