The Government today confirmed a funding package of nearly £174m to improve transport in Leeds.
A tribunal hearing has ruled that a council can consider the planning status of a property when determining an application for a renting license.
The publication of a new resource to help health visitors identify the signs of domestic slavery has been announced.
The majority of councillors are not ‘digital dinosaurs’, but digital exclusion and fear of the digital divide are still major issues, new research reveals.
Campaigners have called on Scottish councils to spend more on local businesses as study reveals less than a fifth of their procurement budget goes on SMEs.
An analysis of the latest performance data of all schools in England has found there are ‘dramatic regional differences’ in the level of challenge faced by each region.
William Eichler speaks to Dr Jonathan Carr-West to find out how councils are preparing themselves to deliver two elections in five weeks.
Local authorities are continuing to increase the number of new home planning permissions being granted, housing survey reveals, but there is concern the number of sites permissioned is falling.
The social housing sector has become ‘increasingly commercialised’ as housing associations look for new ways to make money, report find.
Local authorities have been praised for ‘vastly enhancing’ their communication about roadworks in their areas over the past three years.