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Local government funding: Moving the conversation on

By 2020, local authorities will have faced a reduction to core funding from the Government of nearly £16 billion over the preceding decade. That means that councils will have lost 60p out of every £1 the Government had provided to spend on local services in the last 8 years. 168 councils will receive no revenue support grant at all next year.

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Supporting councils to improve revenue collection with behavioural insights

A set of practical recommendations to assist local authorities with increasing their revenue collection. 

Efficiency and income generation
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Business Plan 2017/18

Britain’s exit from the EU means that we are reshaping the way our country is run. Our vision is one of a rejuvenated local democracy, where power from Westminster and from the EU is significantly devolved to local level and citizens feel they have a meaningful vote and real reason to participate in civic life and their communities.

The LGA's spring budget 2017 submission

The LGA’s Spring Budget submission calls on the Government to reverse the current funding outlook for local government and secure its financial sustainability.

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Future funding outlook for councils 2019/20 – interim 2015 report

Councils are continuing to balance their budgets and fulfil their statutory obligations as well as delivering a range of services to promote growth and community cohesion. Each year they close the funding gap in the face of funding cuts and expenditure pressures.

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Future funding outlook for councils 2019/20 – interim 2015 report

Councils are continuing to balance their budgets and fulfil their statutory obligations as well as delivering a range of services to promote growth and community cohesion. Each year they close the funding gap in the face of funding cuts and expenditure pressures.

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Applying a reward strategy in local government

This publication is aimed at councils considering their approach to reward to help them frame their reward strategy in the context of their organisational challenges

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Don't be left in the dark: What localised business rates mean for your council: a guide to business rates retention

In 2015, the Chancellor announced that local government as a whole would be able to keep 100 per cent of business rates by 2020.

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The LGA's Budget 2016 Submission

A summary of the key announcements for local government.

National Procurement Strategy for Local Government in England: One Year On

The National Procurement Strategy (NPS) for Local Government in England sets out a vision for local government procurement.

Research