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Wales introduces COVID passes for events

17/09/2021

People will have to show a NHS COVID Pass to enter nightclubs and attend events in Wales from next month, the First Minister announced today.

Council chiefs welcome £750m events insurance scheme

09/08/2021

Local authorities have welcomed a new Government-backed insurance scheme designed to help the events industry recover from the impact of COVID-19.

Delivering safe events in the wake of the pandemic

05/07/2021

LocalGov caught up with Sunbelt Rentals who provided a wide range of equipment and products to the Sefton Park Pilot music festival.

Securing government funding: A guide for local authorities

02/07/2021

Nick Huston outlines the five steps local authorities can take to ensure they stand the best chance of securing financial support for delivering warm and sustainable homes.

Housing and planning take centre stage at GeoPlace’s annual conference

28/06/2021

Over 879 people registered to attend this year’s GeoPlace’s 2021 conference, taking advantage of an online format that enabled delegates to interact with speakers presenting on this year’s theme, ‘Places for People’.

Liverpool to host events from April as part of pilot safety scheme

15/03/2021

Liverpool City Council will stage a number of events ahead of lockdown easing to test crowd safety.

More places available at fighting fraud webinar

25/10/2019

Due to popular demand, the number of places available at this free webinar have been extended. Find out the five best ways to use data better to fight fraud.

Webinar: Five ways to use data better to fight fraud

23/10/2019

Register for the HooYu LocalGov webinar to protect the public purse.

Glastonbury arena to be made from recycled plastic

10/05/2019

An arena at Glastonbury Festival is to be built from waste plastic that has been recycled by Exeter City Council.

EventApp - Transforming event planning

09/05/2019

Find out how the EventApp is transforming event planning for UK councils.

Essential guide to managing your lifts and escalators

19/03/2019

LIFTEX 2019 brings together the best innovations and latest developments from the lift & escalator industry.

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Social care reform: what lies ahead?

Sally Warren lays out four principles that should be at the centre of a ‘radically realistic’ White Paper on social care reform and asks if its vision will be the right one?
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