'Small minority' of councils have still not had a corporate peer challenge, report finds

By Dan Peters | 30 July 2020

The Local Government Association (LGA) should consider what further action it could take to encourage increased participation in sector-led improvement (SLI), an independent report has urged.

There is an expectation that every council should receive a corporate peer challenge (CPC) but the report, conducted by Shared Intelligence and commissioned by the LGA, found a ‘small minority’ of councils have still not taken part nine years after they were launched.

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