The new Government will need to be radical early
FINANCE

The new Government will need to be radical early

By Nicole Wood | 17 July 2024

'The good news is that local government has the expertise to enable financial sustainability, working alongside a willing and joined-up Whitehall,' says Nicole Wood

FINANCE

Tax reform law passed in Wales

By Dan Peters | 17 July 2024

The Senedd yesterday passed a Bill to reform business rates and council tax in Wales.

PROCUREMENT

It's time to rewrite the social contract

By Tess Godley | 16 July 2024

There are tools to address the challenges facing public services without big spending commitments...

FINANCE

Crowdfunding's power to transform

By Frank Kibble | 15 July 2024

Frank Kibble looks at examples of how crowdfunding has been successfully used by local government...

AUDIT

Rise in sustainability and governance weaknesses

By Martin Ford | 12 July 2024

Weaknesses in councils’ financial sustainability and governance are increasing, according to evid...

FINANCE

Mapley calls for innovative solutions to audit

By Heather Jameson | 12 July 2024

Nothing is off the table when it comes to fixing the audit system, the new chief executive of the...

FINANCE

A new opportunity to grasp old challenges

By Owen Mapley | 12 July 2024

Securing funding stability, public trust and greater collaboration are among the priorities for C...

POLITICS

Searching for stability

By Greg Hayes | 11 July 2024

Greg Hayes looks ahead to what we can expect from the new Labour Government.

FINANCE

Solace presses for multi-year settlements

By Mark Conrad | 11 July 2024

Multi-year finance settlements are ‘far and away the biggest thing’ the new government could do t...

LOCAL AUDIT

Beyond local audit's backlog

By Neil Harris | 10 July 2024

A new government brings an opportunity to implement longer-term reforms to local audit and help s...

COMBINED AUTHORITY

Devolution: arresting the downward spiral

By Paul Collier | 10 July 2024

Paul Collier says, thanks to combined authorities, many broken regions will have the agency requi...

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