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Rules to prevent people found guilty of serious crimes from serving on local councils will be strengthened following a public consultation, the Government has announced.
The Government has invited foreign investors to put their money into a range of new schemes.
Building companies have cast doubt on research showing a million new homes could be built on undeveloped brownfield sites.
Only a small minority of local authorities have plans to support the 'last mile' stage of online shopping deliveries, according to a new report.
New regulations governing bus safety in London ‘do not go far enough’, according to the London Assembly’s transport committee.
Local authority leaders have welcomed Whitehall's decision to delay the roll out of Universal Credit but expressed concerns over the bill for housing support.
More councils face scaling back services to a minimum statutory offer if May reneges on her promise of ‘better times ahead,’ chief executives have warned.
The Government today announced a series of measures aimed at tackling hate crime, including £1.5m for community groups that challenge prejudice and hatred.
Local authority leaders have called for more powers to crack down on retailers illegally selling knives to children.
Almost two-thirds of private landlords with tenants receiving Universal Credit have experienced them going into rent arrears, a landlord association has revealed.