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London’s business leaders have called for a ‘radical overhaul’ of the Apprenticeship Levy and warned changes need to be made to skills provision.
Almost nine out of 10 local authorities are currently in breach of the rules governing payment practices, according to freedom of information data.
MPs today called on ministers to outline a ‘credible, long-term plan’ to reverse the perception of English social care as a ‘source of national shame’.
Over 34 million members of the public would like to see more community action to save local resources and provide local services, a new poll finds.
Delays by local authority planning departments are viewed as a ‘barrier’ to economic growth and development in rural areas, survey reveals.
York City Council has terminated a £9m contract with Interserve to redevelop the historic Guildhall after it judged the firm’s cost estimates to be too high.
The Government has made £2.5m available to help Salisbury meet ‘unexpected costs’ in the wake of the Skripal poisoning incident.
The Public Accounts Committee has stressed its lack of faith in the Government’s oversight of local enterprise partnerships in a critical report published today.
Council finances were offered little respite in chancellor Philip Hammond’s Spring Statement today.
Havering LBC has announced construction firm Wates as its joint venture partner in a regeneration project being touted as London’s ‘biggest social housing regeneration’ scheme.