Sheffield City Council has won a court battle against people protesting about its tree-felling programme.
Health boards in Wales ‘misinterpreted’ the law regarding who is responsible for paying for nurses to deliver social care in residential homes, a court has ruled.
Richard Clayton QC and Lee Parkhill outline the legal implications facing councils due to the community care crisis
Westminster City Council has won a long-running Supreme Court case over the licensing fee it had charged sex shops.
The learning disabilities sector faces a funding crisis after a tribunal ruled support workers must be paid six years of back pay, a charity has warned today.
The largest representative of private social care providers has announced the date it is taking Essex County Council to court over ‘inadequate’ fee rates paid to providers.
A judge has rejected a council’s bid to overturn an inspector’s decision that it should withdraw its Strategic Local Plan (SLP).
Ruth Barnes outlines the common pitfalls local authorities and their development partners face when embarking on Combined Heat and Power (CHP) projects.
Tiffany Cloynes explains how councils can differentiate between essential and discretionary services.
A court ruled yesterday the Government’s attempt to prevent councils boycotting Israel through their pension schemes is ‘unlawful’.