LGA Annual Conference and Exhibition 2019: 2 - 4 July 2019

Presentations from this event.


Tuesday Presentations

Conference Plenary: Mark Carney, Bank of England

W3. The changing future of our towns centres: Claudia Kenyatta, Director of Regions, Historic England

W4. Profit with a purpose: delivering social value through commercial activity: Cllr Jeannette Williamson, Cabinet Member for Finance and Income Generation, Wirral Council

W4. Profit with a purpose: delivering social value through commercial activity: Cllr Julian Daly, St Albans District Council

W5. Waste and recycling- the next five years; is local democracy at odds with efficient service delivery: Stuart Hayward-Higham, Technical Development Director, SUEZ Recycling & Recovering UK

W6. Preparing for the opportunities and risks of the UK’S exit from the European Union: Becky Shaw, Chief Executive, East Sussex County Council


Wednesday Presentations

W7. New ways of housing delivery- making the most of the opportunities: Cllr Tudor Evans OBE, Leader, Plymouth City Council

W7. New ways of housing delivery- making the most of the opportunities: Sinead Butters, Chair, PlaceShapers and Chief Executive, Aspire Group

W9. Taking a public health approach to tackling serious violence and county lines: Detective Chief Inspector Brittany Clarke, National County Lines Co-ordination Centre, Metropolitan Police.

W9. Taking a public health approach to tackling serious violence and county lines: Simon Ford, Violence and Vulnerability Unit and Community Safety Manager, Southend Borough Council

W11. Protecting local democracy- when does public debate turn to intimidation, and what should we do about it: Cllr Dave Stewart, Leader Isle of Wight Council and Chair, Hampshire Police and Crime Panel

W12. Making it Real- the citizens perspective of social care: Dame Philippa Russell, Board Member, TLAP, Tim Parkin, Senior Policy Advisor, TLAP

WPP2- The future of care, health and wellbeing: opportunity, risk and ambition: Julie Ogley, President, Association of Directors of Public Health

Conference plenary session. Leading people: leading places: Aldis Hafsteinsdottir, Chairman, Association of Local Authorities in Iceland


Thursday Presentations

Parallel plenary sessions-TPP1. 2020- a new deal for local government finance? -Catherine Frances and Alex Skinner

Cllr Hazel Simmons, Executive Leader, Luton Council and Co-chair, special Interest Group on Countering Extremism (SIGCE); Cllr Debra Coupar, Deputy Leader, Leeds City council and Co-chair, Special Interest Group on Countering Extremism (SIGCE)