LGA launches attack on DfT over traffic fine surplus plans
WHITEHALL

LGA launches attack on DfT over traffic fine surplus plans

By Dominic Browne | 17 May 2024

Council leaders have hit back at the Department for Transport (DfT) over plans to restrict their ability to generate surpluses from traffic contraventions.

WHITEHALL

Government shelves rollout of council powers

By Chris Ames | 05 April 2024

The Department for Transport (DfT) has shelved the further rollout of powers for English councils...

ENVIRONMENT

LTNs popular and effective, leaked report says

By William Eichler | 11 March 2024

Low-traffic neighbourhoods (LTNs) are popular and effective, a leaked report from the Department ...

WHITEHALL

Government announces 20mph review

By Chris Ames | 02 October 2023

The Government has announced plans to discourage English local authorities from bringing in 20mph...

ECONOMIC GROWTH

Waltham Forest's competitive edge

By Martin Esom | 24 July 2023

Martin Esom, who retires from Waltham Forest LBC this week, explains why the borough has been abl...

LOCAL DEMOCRACY

Moving on from misinformation

By Christopher Hammond | 10 May 2023

In the age of polycrisis, Christopher Hammond argues that deliberate misinformation is one of the...

ENVIRONMENT

Research boost for low-traffic neighbourhoods

By Chris Ames | 25 November 2022

Low-traffic neighbourhoods reduce traffic and air pollution without displacing the problem to nea...

TRANSPORT

Kent calls for urgent response to Dover chaos

By Chris Mahony | 25 July 2022

Kent CC and its local partners have called for an urgent national response to the chaos and delay...

ECONOMIC GROWTH

Transforming Glasgow into a world-class smart city

By Cllr Angus Millar | 23 June 2021

Cllr Angus Millar explains how a new single-supplier contract for a full fibre network marks a hu...

ENVIRONMENT

How Irish innovation is helping the green recovery

By Laura Brocklebank | 25 November 2020

Smart traffic solutions are helping councils meet a range of sustainability objectives, says Ente...

ENERGY

How linking energy with data can unlock community benefits

By Stephen Stead | 11 September 2020

Moving to a low carbon world, the required level of data granularity and quality will be critical...

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