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

TRUSSELL TRUST

Ending the need for food banks

By Arianne Clarke | 03 July 2024

Trussell Trust policy manager Beatrice Orchard and research officer Arianne Clarke set out what t...

WHITEHALL

What the public wants

By Ben Page | 18 June 2024

Ben Page says if councils can show they can be an effective force, it will encourage the public t...

HEALTH

Removing poverty's toll on health

By Greg Fell | 11 June 2024

As well as tackling the current poverty crisis, the next government must take a long-term, preven...

POLICY AND POLITICS

Mission: Possible

By Andrew Greenway | 05 June 2024

Work is underway to develop a practical solution, in collaboration with local authorities, for de...

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...

PAY

Recruitment needs a radical rethink

By Sarah Longlands | 28 May 2024

A new approach matching people from disadvantaged communities with careers is bearing fruit in Bi...

ECONOMIC GROWTH

Feel the power

28 May 2024

Georgia Gould explains what Camden LBC is doing to harness and enhance the passion of people in a...

HOUSING

A design for living

By Sally Dickinson | 28 May 2024

Sally Dickinson explains how the Berkeley Foundation is working with its charity partner and loca...

frederica-diamanta

Team Manager - Social Work in Schools team

ME16 - £54,129 - £57,201 per annum + Plus Golden Hello

We are delighted to announce the continuation of the Social Workers in Schools project within Merton Children's Social Care! Apply for this job

London Borough of Merton

Head of Place

£79,852 - £88,047 (2023-24 scale).

An ambitious City – fancy a challenge? Apply for this job

Gloucester City Council

Highways Development Control Manager

£50,512 - £53,204 plus benefits.

A permanent opportunity has arisen within the Highways Development Control Team. Apply for this job

Wirral Borough Council

frederica-diamanta

Team Manager - Social Work in Schools team

ME16 - £54,129 - £57,201 per annum + Plus Golden Hello

We are delighted to announce the continuation of the Social Workers in Schools project within Merton Children's Social Care! Apply for this job

London Borough of Merton

Head of Place

£79,852 - £88,047 (2023-24 scale).

An ambitious City – fancy a challenge? Apply for this job

Gloucester City Council

Highways Development Control Manager

£50,512 - £53,204 plus benefits.

A permanent opportunity has arisen within the Highways Development Control Team. Apply for this job

Wirral Borough Council