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South-east authorities raise fears of 'grinding to a halt'
Post-election rhetoric of ‘levelling up’ areas of northern England by the Government has caused concern among councillors in the south-east.
London leaders in devolution call
Local government leaders and think-tanks in the capital have called on General Election candidates to commit to greater devolution.
Can Boris the Brexiteer revert to Boris the inclusive Mayor?
Mike Burton has two questions. Will Boris bring some of his trusted former local government leaders to No 10 to give the support that proved so successful when he was Mayor? Will he, once elected by his Brexiteer party, swing back to the old Boris?
How we’re delivering homes for social rent
Peter Matthew says Hounslow LBC’s housing delivery plan aims to secure ‘5,000 new, affordable homes by 2022, including 3,000 homes for social rent and the Mayor’s London Affordable Rent’.
Lambeth leader steps down to run anti-violence unit
Lambeth LBC leader Lib peck has announced she will be stepping down to take on a new role at the Greater London Authority.
Khan under pressure over failing housing targets
Controversy over London’s housing crisis is set to intensify, with a new report by the London Assembly’s housing committee attacking Mayor Sadiq Khan’s failure to meet targets on affordable housing.
Digital exclusion is London’s challenge
Exclusive: A new survey of London councillors shows digital exclusion is seen as their biggest challenge – and suggests there is some way to go before most residents fully trust public sector bodies to handle data securely. Ann McGauran reports
Government open to 'ground-up' London reorganisation
The Government is ready to discuss reform of local government in London, MPs have been told.
Modular homes offer hope
London's councils are working together to procure modular housing as high-quality temporary accommodation for homeless households. Cllr Darren Rodwell believes it is the first such collaboration in the UK