Analysis

Open for business

23/09/2020

Andrew Knowles and Leena Gillespie explain how local authorities can reshape the future of Britain’s challenged high street.

Where do Clean Air Zones fit in the green recovery?

18/09/2020

Laura Thornton and Stuart Thomson, the legal director and head of public affairs respectively at BDB Pitmans, look at Clean Air Zones and the green recovery.

Re-shaping local gov: mobilising the workforce and joining up care

10/09/2020

David McKinney discusses how councils can build on the digital progress they’ve made during COVID-19, and use mobile solutions to move towards true joined-up working.

The LATCo model

03/09/2020

Mark Scott explains how local authorities can deliver profit with a purpose.

A personalised approach holds the key to unlocking our SEND challenge

28/08/2020

Prof. Sandy Toogood argues there is huge opportunity to reframe SEND provision and focus on the importance of a personalised approach.

How to approach rental arrears in a COVID world

26/08/2020

Chris Walker explains how data science, behavioural insights and technology can help councils change the way they manage repayment arrangements.

Child abuse survivors' experiences of support services

21/08/2020

Alison Spence, lead researcher at the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, looks at abuse survivors’ experiences of support services.

Unlocking the opportunity to transform children and young people services

19/08/2020

Hannah Saunders and Fiona Gold say now is the time to act and transform children and young people services.

Roads to recovery

14/08/2020

Alex Glassbrook explores if councils were legally allowed to make amendments to traffic regulation orders in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

How local authorities could help their private hire and taxi drivers

13/08/2020

Dr. Tom Vickers outlines how local authorities can help improve the working conditions and economic insecurity among private hire and taxi drivers.

Reinvigorating town centres through a root and branch redesign

12/08/2020

Ciara Keeling outlines how successful local authority town centre regeneration and development strategies should look like post COVID-19.

Are enough local governments acting on climate emergency declarations?

05/08/2020

Hannah Callingham says councils must start to develop and deliver climate change strategies in order to meet declarations.

Solving the town centre regeneration puzzle

04/08/2020

A multi-disciplinary and data-driven approach to town regeneration is more important than ever, argues Brian Thompson.

Care technology can no longer be a managed leap of faith

30/07/2020

Robert Turnbull explains how Hampshire CC is using cobots to improve adult social care during the pandemic.

Continuing down the path to hepatitis C elimination

28/07/2020

Rachel Halford explains how multi-agency partnership working during the pandemic has helped to test and treat people for the hepatitis C virus.

Protecting art in a crisis

27/07/2020

Tiffany Cloynes and Clare Hardy outline how local authorities can play an important part in enabling arts and culture to flourish in their areas.

Maximising innovation will help people in a challenging world of work

24/07/2020

Ksenia Zheltoukhova explains how harnessing technology and innovation can make job information and skills training as tailored and engaging as possible.

Convicted landlords warned over confiscation threat following COVID crisis

22/07/2020

Kevin Hegarty, QC, has warned that local authorities could legally go after law breaking landlords in a bid to cope with the recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Taking action over an employee’s social media posts

22/07/2020

Daniel Piddington warns that councils need to tread carefully when staff bring them into disrepute using personal social media accounts.

Will ‘Build Build Build’ help construct council housing?

20/07/2020

Will ' Project Speed' helps councils to build more housing? Paul Butterworth reports.

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