'Too costly to answer our own questions'
WHITEHALL

'Too costly to answer our own questions'

By Dan Peters | 18 July 2024

Whitehall has claimed it would be too costly to answer the same questions councils have been asked ahead of tomorrow’s productivity plans deadline.

WHITEHALL

A new beginning for local government

By Dominic Campbell | 03 July 2024

On General Election day, Dominic Campbell issues a rallying cry to senior leaders in local public...

HEALTH

Time for a health reboot

By Aidan Rave | 02 July 2024

NHS and local government leaders could use the new parliamentary session to reset their relations...

LABOUR PARTY

How philanthropy fills the gaps

By Dan Corry | 01 July 2024

Dan Corry says place-based philanthropy can greatly help in delivering spatial equality – and a L...

WHITEHALL

EXCLUSIVE: Asylum dispersals tied to pressure on services

By EXCLUSIVE by Dan Peters | 26 June 2024

Existing pressures on housing and services will determine the distribution of asylum seekers this...

WHITEHALL

EXCLUSIVE: Housing directors association being explored by LGA

By Dan Peters | 25 June 2024

The Local Government Association (LGA) is exploring the creation of an association of housing dir...

ECONOMIC GROWTH

Going back to our roots

By Jackie Sadek | 25 June 2024

Government in all its forms was good at encouraging private sector investment into places before ...

WHITEHALL

Helping folk stay afloat

By Chris Naylor | 25 June 2024

Chris Naylor says his intuitively simple vision is for a neighbourhood-based preventative state –...

WHITEHALL

Three elements will be important for mission-driven government

By Jessica Studdert | 25 June 2024

Jess Studdert sets out the three aspects that will be crucial if mission-driven government is to ...

WHITEHALL

Service cuts likely, think-tank warns

By Ellie Ames | 21 June 2024

Councils could be forced to cut back service provision if cost and demand pressures continue to g...

HEALTH

Labour plan to reduce delayed discharges

By Paul Marinko | 20 June 2024

Labour is reportedly planning to buy thousands of beds in care homes in an effort to reduce the p...

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frederica-diamanta

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

Chief Operating Officer

Up to £165k + relocation

Candidates must bring an impressive track record of achieving lasting change. Apply for this job

Cornwall Council

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

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