This report forms part of the Local Government Association evaluation of sector-led improvement. It provides an overview of feedback from graduates who comprised cohort 17 of the National Graduate Development Programme (ngdp), which finished in the summer of 2017.
From 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019, we are offering a free, externally facilitated offer to any director of adult social services of up to 1.5 days support per council to complement the risk self-assessment process.
Many local authorities across the country are working to speed up the delivery and buildout of housing. This report highlights some distinctive projects and innovative practices that are being used in a number of different development contexts. The main themes of the interventions are highlighted through a series of case studies.
This report forms part of the LGA's evaluation of sector-led improvement. It provides an overview of feedback from graduates who comprised cohort 18 of the National Graduate Development Programme (ngdp),
Results of a survey of local authority approaches to promoting sustainable travel, the barriers and facilitators driving investment, levels of spend, main sources of funding and partnership working in relation to sustainable travel.
Benchmarking in LG Inform
Where councils have agreed to it, identifiable data has been made available in LG Inform covering some of the metrics found in the Workforce Survey along with data from the Local Government Earnings Survey.
Addressing violence is not a single agency issue, as it is the culmination of many different issues. It is only by pursuing a strategic, coordinated approach involving a range of agencies, including partnerships between statutory and voluntary organisations, that violent crime can be effectively addressed.
Councils only want the best for the children and young people in their communities, but many children struggle to cope with the challenges they experience. Facing continuous family
violence and without recourse to adequate help when they need it, we know that some young people go on to be involved in the youth justice system.