Re-setting and re-shaping our regions
DEVOLUTION

Re-setting and re-shaping our regions

By Laura Hughes | 10 July 2024

More devolution is one of the key legacies of the Conservative government, but how will a Labour majority shape the policy’s future, asks Laura Hughes

GENERAL ELECTION

So much to be done and it all starts now

By Heather Jameson | 10 July 2024

A commitment to devolve down must include regional, sub-regional, local and hyper-local governmen...

ECONOMIC GROWTH

To govern is to choose

By Andrew Carter | 08 July 2024

The new Government has a choice to use its mandate to make the tough decisions to pursue growth, ...

ECONOMIC GROWTH

Why Labour must seize the moment for a new kind of growth

By Annabel Smith | 08 July 2024

The new Government must take a bold approach to inclusive growth if it is to fulfil its electoral...

GENERAL ELECTION

The most predictable and yet surprising General Election

By Duncan Flynn | 08 July 2024

The confirmation that Angela Rayner, Matthew Pennycook and Jim McMahon will form the core Ministe...

GENERAL ELECTION

So what now?

By Heather Jameson | 08 July 2024

The challenge that faces Angela Rayner now is tackling inequality and poor economic performance i...

GENERAL ELECTION

A good time for the sector to have friends in high places

By Jonathan Werran | 05 July 2024

Jonathan Werran asks what the sector can expect from the new government, and says stopping more s...

FINANCE

LGPS quizzed in Labour economic growth push

By Emily Twinch | 04 July 2024

The Labour Party has been asking local government pensions schemes (LGPS) their views on greater ...

FINANCE

Getting ahead of the growth plan game

By Mike Emmerich | 25 June 2024

As the sector gears up for a new government, it’s time to put together investable proposals for s...

BUSINESS RATES

We can fix the system

By Greg Stride | 25 June 2024

Amid rising costs to the sector, the prospect of local government keeping a share of national tax...

FINANCE

A fiscal crossroads for Labour

By Dan Peters | 25 June 2024

Will an incoming Labour government seize the initiative on fiscal devolution as a way of driving ...

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frederica-diamanta

Regeneration Manager

£52,219 to £55,574 per Annum

Whatever your role within Wyre Forest District Council, every day you will be working to benefit people living in the area Apply for this job

Wyre Forest District Council

Head of Schools HR Service

HOS2 £64,746 - £83,202

Are you ready to lead and innovate in the world of education HR? Apply for this job

Enfield London Borough Council

Legal Services Manager & Deputy Monitoring Officer

£52,381 - £54,523 per annum (pay award pending)

Mansfield District Council is offering an exciting opportunity for an experienced Lawyer. Apply for this job

Mansfield District Council