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Sustainability of Right to Buy

While Right to Buy has helped thousands of families into home-ownership, the rules governing the scheme and the Housing Revenue Account have not enabled councils to replace those homes which are desperately needed in so many parts of the country.

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Meeting the health and wellbeing needs of young carers

Being a carer takes its toll on a young persons education, physical health and emotional wellbeing. What can councils do to tackle these inequalities?

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Councillor workbook: commissioning services

In a business transformation process, the councillor's role is to challenge current practices and seek to effect changes that will meet the needs of your community more effectively and efficiently.

Councillor development
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Corporate Peer Challenge Programme Annual Report 2017/18

The Corporate Peer Challenge continues to be an effective tool at the heart of the LGA’s Sector-Led Improvement (SLI) programme.

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Communications strategy 2017/18 - 2019/20

This strategy will form the basis of all of the LGA's communications activity over the next three years.

Communications support
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Polling on resident satisfaction with councils: February 2018

This report outlines the nineteenth set of results in a series of regular Local Government Association (LGA) public polls on resident satisfaction with local councils, conducted every four months

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Housing Advisers Programme 2018/19 - prospectus

The Housing Advisers Programme is designed to support local authorities deliver a project that helps meet the housing need of their local area. It aims to be simple, flexible, and locally-led. Find out more about what the programme can offer your council in our prospectus. 

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Revitalising town centres: a handbook for council leadership

This handbook and the accompanying online toolkit offer guidance on how to approach the revitalisation of town and city centres by delivering long-term impacts and using broad principles that can be tailored to meet local needs.

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Clean, connected and in-control: what tomorrow’s transport technology could mean for councils

This discussion paper examines developments we can expect; how innovative councils are getting involved in trials and the issues that all councils will need to address in the future.