Government go-ahead for solar farms in face of opposition
PLANNING

Government go-ahead for solar farms in face of opposition

By Martin Ford | 16 July 2024

Ministers have green-lighted three large-scale solar farms in the face of local opposition, having promised to make planning decisions in the ‘national interest'.

CLIMATE CHANGE

School sustainability: a vision to protect the planet

By Cllr John Howson | 09 July 2024

Cllr John Howson outlines the action schools in Oxfordshire, working in partnership, are taking ...

ENVIRONMENT

Thousands of bins missed as council rolls out new service

By Ellie Ames | 19 June 2024

Denbighshire CC has apologised after waste from thousands of households was not collected as a ne...

ENVIRONMENT

Labour manifesto pledges Right to Buy curbs

By Martin Ford | 13 June 2024

Labour has opened the door to reining in Right to Buy in its manifesto today.

ECONOMIC GROWTH

Leading the charge for net zero

By Niall Bolger | 11 June 2024

With the right support from the incoming government and by learning from successful initiatives l...

ENVIRONMENT

Beavering about

04 June 2024

Ealing LBC’s plot to reintroduce beavers to wetlands conveniently close to BBC TV studios is gath...

ENVIRONMENT

How we made our most-polluting building greener

29 May 2024

Cllr Rowena Champion explains how Islington LBC put partnership and social value at the heart of ...

WHITEHALL

Flood councils in urgent £11m cash call

By Mark Conrad | 21 May 2024

Councils managing flood risks have urgently called for £11m cash to plug a ‘widening gap’ in Inte...

ENVIRONMENT

Making a resilient start

By Ann McGauran | 21 May 2024

Ann McGauran talks to ADEPT’s new president Ann Carruthers about the need for resilience and the ...

ENVIRONMENT

Government advisers urge overhaul of infrastructure funding

By Martin Ford | 16 May 2024

Councils should be given more funding to play a greater role in developing infrastructure project...

ENVIRONMENT

Restoring resilience

15 May 2024

Councils need to own the leadership of the response to extreme weather events and should argue th...

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