The housebuilding slowdown in the wake of the EU referendum will see the Government miss its million homes target by over a quarter, warns Shelter.
The controversial named person policy in Scotland will go ahead despite being delayed by a UK Supreme Court ruling, deputy first minister John Swinney has confirmed.
Getting the most from joint working
Harlow DC chief executive Malcolm Morley explains how councils can make joint working more successful.
Two west London authorities failed to work together effectively to support a woman at risk of domestic violence, the Local Government Ombudsman (LGO) has found.
A local government pensions body has backed calls for a review into the working practices at Sports Direct.
The West Midlands has received a multi-million pound cash boost from Whitehall in order to ‘fire up the Midlands Engine’, the communities secretary announced yesterday.
Councils should take a more flexible approach to childcare, charity says after it was revealed four out of five parents of children with complex needs struggled to access services over the summer holidays.
Public sector digital transformation initiatives have been mostly ‘cosmetic’ and have not delivered in terms of outcomes or return on investment, Brunel University research reveals.
Three out of five people who have taken money out of their pension savings have not planned for how they will meet future care costs, a new survey has revealed.
Rennicks UK shows the way ahead for new Tourist Gateway Signs.
Lucion Services has expanded its range of workplace and environmental safety services with the introduction of radon gas risk management to help employers meet their safety responsibilities.
Ringway and Eurovia have recently launched their own in–house developed body with significant user engagement to develop a safer and more efficient prime maintenance vehicle.