All the resources on The MJ's campaign calling on the Government to give councils more financial freedoms.
The New Local Impact Fund model brings together local investors to address local needs, writes Jonathan Jenkins.
Terry Crossley outlines the agenda for updating the Local Government Pension Scheme.
Susan Martin discusses how accurate information can significantly benefit the administration and investment functions of pension funds.
John Atkinson argues that the next government would have to return to Total Place principles from the start.
PAC chair ‘shocked’ DCLG's planned £3.7bn loans investment to boost property market made without understanding economic impact.
Cuts in Government funding for social care have forced councils into introducing tight rationing of services, a report published today has found.
Efforts to implement Individual Electoral Registration (IER) at local level are doomed to inefficiency, an expert has warned.
Local authorities should list all their property assets online, leading employers group, the CBI, has demanded.
Council websites are struggling to adapt fast enough to the rapid growth in the use of mobiles, a survey of local authority pages has suggested.
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Time for Whitehall to draw a real timetable for busting silo-based budgets and policies, argues Michael Burton
Social care is on the up politically.
Charlotte Alldritt outlines the scope of the RSA’s City Growth Commission research into how city centres and their wider economic areas could be configured so as to boost economic growth and social productivity.
Shared services are boring, difficult and might not deliver great savings - but are politically essential writes Simon Parker.
Much has been made of the technological age – as the use of technology becomes ubiquitous and infiltrates every aspect of our daily life. But we are also entering the age of the city.
Introducing the next MJ Future Forum on budget planning and preparing for the new Spending Review.
John Kelpie, currently the strategic director with Derry City Council, has been appointed as the chief executive of one of the new Northern Ireland ‘super’ councils, Derry and Strabane.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation has called for the current council tax system to be replaced with a national property charge, which it claims would be fairer.
More than a third of council chiefs believe there is a danger their authority will not have enough funding to deliver their legal duties.