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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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Adult Social Care Provision | Dorset Building Better Lives Programme

Dorset are bringing services, communities and estate opportunities together in the wider context of local government reorganisation by linking strategic housing opportunities across the county to meet local adult social care need.

Space for Regeneration| Railway Redevelopment & City Centre Transformation for Housing in Plymouth

Plans to transform the city’s welcome for rail passengers are well underway including a major regeneration programme for housing, employment and infrastructure around the station to drive growth in Plymouth.

Rethinking Health Provision | Delivery of Sexual Health Services in Leicester

Working collaboratively to deliver improved services in the heart of Leicester, through the development of a new sexual health service centre. This case study forms part of our sexual health resource.

Blaby District Council: delivering affordable housing through joint working with emh group

The group has developed 439 affordable homes in the district across a range of tenures since 2008.

Watford Borough Council: housing supply joint venture

The primary purposes of the partnership are to encourage housing supply, particularly social housing, and to advance the objectives of the Council and Watford Community Homes.

Wakefield Council: Bridge Homes

The decision for Wakefield Council and WDH to join forces was a natural one. Wakefield Council has set a very challenging target in its Local Plan and WDH has a wealth of experience and expertise in developing new homes.

Eastleigh Borough Council: bringing skills and assets together to build in partnership

The partnership came from Eastleigh having an appetite to deliver new housing and having access to land and finance but without a development and housing management capability.

Gateshead Council: housing and regeneration joint venture

The project has allowed the regeneration of urban brownfield sites. The Council consistently relied on government funding to facilitate development of challenging urban brownfield sites for the last thirty years. This new joint venture model removed the need for government subsidy.

Greater Manchester: housing joint venture

Development figures for 2018/19 as a partnership have been 2841 planning consents, 2145 starts on site and 1920 completions. It is hoped that the joint venture will contribute 500 homes a year to this total.