Making the case for a bigger cake

19 February 2020

Darryl Eyers explains why four local professional associations have come together alongside the LGA to make a collective case to Government for the right long-term resources

Being a place director is one of the most exciting jobs in local government. Not only do we provide a plethora of universal services on a day-to-day basis, but we also plan and deliver long-term place-shaping schemes, designing and building infrastructure that can last generations.

It is this contrast and diversity of responsibilities that makes the role so interesting, and one of the reasons why I was so honoured to take on the role of president of the Association of Directors for Environment, Economy, Planning and Transport (ADEPT).

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