Mike Brogan

Fast track planning? More like a planning pile-up


Mike Brogan examines some of the challenges councils are facing under proposals to reform the planning application process

Are Starter Homes a non-starter?


Mike Brogan warns that the government's Starter Homes policy could exacerbate the housing crisis.

Cameron’s 106 reform: What it means for local authorities


Mike Brogan gives his view on David Cameron’s recent announcement about Section 106 reforms and the implications for local authorities.

Turning Registered Providers into public organisations


Mike Brogan looks at the current pressure on Registered Providers to become more efficient and what the sector needs to do in order to achieve this.

CIH 2015: The themes, the attendees, the outcomes


Mike Brogan rounds up the some of the key points from the CIH Housing conference.

Can the Conservatives make Britain fair again?


Mike Brogan explores what impact the new Conservative Government will have on the employment and housing sector

The devolution of Manchester


Mike Brogan exmaines the impact of the Chancellor's 'northern powerhouse'

Right to Move or Wrong?


Mike Brogan examines some of the challenges facing the Right to Move programme

Credit where credit’s due


What does the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill mean for contracting authorities?

Finding the lost generation


This generation of NEETs is by no means los but the time is now to dust off our compasses and guide them to a promising career and secure future.

A prescription short of a remedy


Why Sir Terry Farrell's pending review is far from a silver bullet for the UK’s built environment.

Rising Damp: Raising Standards


Why councils should provide better support for registered housing providers.

Confidence From the Continent


With the waiting list for social housing sitting at two million, is finance the only route to housing delivery?

Key Learnings from 2013


What did the housing and energy markets learn in 2013 and what can we expect from the year ahead?

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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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Independent non-executive members of proposed NHS Integrated Care Boards

Do you have the vision to shape the future of health and care for people in your area? Nationwide
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Lead Community Protection Officer

Royal Borough of Greenwich
£37722 - £40869 per annum + value award of £2,472 per annum
2 x Lead Community Protection OfficersCommunity Protection Team(PO3 plus an incremental value award of £2,472 per annum) Permanent Our Community Prote England, London, Woolwich
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School Organisation Project Officer

Camden London Borough Council
£41,952- £48,663
We’re giving a platform to people inside and outside our community. Because, we’re not just home to the UK’s fast-growing economy. Camden, London (Greater)
Recuriter: Camden London Borough Council

Service Manager (Referral and Assessment)

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and London Borough of Wandsworth
£60,426 to £74,202 per annum
Can you inspire, encourage, and develop excellent social work practice to make a real difference in the lives of children and young people? Wandsworth, London (Greater)
Recuriter: London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and London Borough of Wandsworth

Asset Management Team Administrator

The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea Council
£26,544 - £30,618 per annum
The role is what you make it, and the more you put in, the bigger the difference you can make to... Kensington and Chelsea, London (Greater)
Recuriter: The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea Council

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