A new beginning for local government
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 services, saying it’s time to bravely face a new future together

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...

WHITEHALL

Questions raised over funding for housebuilding pledges

By Ellie Ames | 19 June 2024

A think-tank has warned a lack of cash for affordable housing will make political parties’ ambiti...

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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

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Southend-on-Sea City Council

Social Enterprise Manager - WMF1260e

Grade 17 £53,775 - £55,963

We have an exciting opportunity to join the Safe and Strong Communities team. Apply for this job

Westmorland and Furness Council

frederica-diamanta

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

Social Enterprise Manager - WMF1260e

Grade 17 £53,775 - £55,963

We have an exciting opportunity to join the Safe and Strong Communities team. Apply for this job

Westmorland and Furness Council