Turn and face the changes
WHITEHALL

Turn and face the changes

By Mel Stevens | 18 June 2024

As we head for a General Election, it’s a good time to reflect on what a new government will need to deliver and review how councils may need to change the way things are done, says Mel Stevens.

INFRASTRUCTURE

Getting public infrastructure back on track

By Mark Robinson | 18 June 2024

We have reached a critical juncture for public infrastructure, says Mark Robinson. Accelerated pr...

HEALTH

Smart collaboration

By Matthew Taylor | 04 June 2024

Local partnerships generate strategies and objectives, but these do not always have the ambition ...

LOCAL DEMOCRACY

Building participation that promotes community cohesion

29 May 2024

Carly Walker-Dawson looks at the actions UK local and regional governments can take to promote co...

HOUSING

Working in partnership to help households stay warm and well

29 May 2024

Groundwork Green Doctors and the Green Doctor Academy are committed to offering practical and beh...

ECONOMIC GROWTH

Building the pillars of wisdom

28 May 2024

It’s the penultimate challenge for the contestants of this year’s Local Government Challenge. The...

LEISURE

GLL – a force for change

15 May 2024

GLL’s CEO Peter Bundey writes on how the company’s Social Enterprise model adds value to public s...

ECONOMIC GROWTH

'Fix the broken system'

By Sarah Longlands | 15 May 2024

Local authorities are taking the lead in trying to alleviate the climate crisis but there is a de...

ECONOMIC GROWTH

MJ Regen: The sum of all parts

By Phil Mayall | 14 May 2024

Combined authorities have the tools to drive regeneration but the private sector must work in par...

FINANCE

MJ Regen: Finding solutions together

By Heather Jameson | 14 May 2024

This year’s UKREiiF event is set to premiere a new how-to guide to help public and private sector...

CHILDREN'S SERVICES

Child sexual abuse review to inform new strategy

By Dan Peters | 03 May 2024

Findings of a ‘robust review’ of Walsall Safeguarding Partnership’s strategy after the largest ch...

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frederica-diamanta

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

Assistant Director of Streetscene, Community Safety and Enforcement

£63,391 - £70,094 per annum (pay award pending)

Our corporate vision is to be a dynamic, self sufficient and flexible Council that delivers excellent services Apply for this job

Bolsover District Council

Director of Culture, Leisure, and Tourism

£101,916 & benefits

Southend-on-Sea is a place like no other. Apply for this job

Southend-on-Sea City Council