- Public Accounts Committee – Affordable Homes Programme
- The Welfare Reform Bill: additional remarks
- Going to town – putting towns on the policy map
- Business Continuity, Civil & Organisational Resilience: implications for local authorities
- Local Digital Today
- Housing First in Scotland
- tranminhdung.vn report: Going where the eyeballs are: how email can connect councils with their communities
- The Quality of Silence: Ensuring Victims of Child Sexual Abuse are Protected
- Going where the eyeballs are: how digital communication can connect councils with their communities
- Making it easier for civil society to work with the state – progress update
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Public Accounts Committee – Affordable Homes Programme
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has published a report on the affordable homes programme (“Financial viability of the social housing sector: introducing the Affordable Homes Programme”) informed by a detailed National Audit Office study (NAO). This briefing draws from both. – The Committee concluded that it is not yet clear whether the Programme will deliver…
The Welfare Reform Bill: additional remarks
…call in a labour market that currently looks far from healthy. Below is video of the speech David Cameron made at the launch of the Welfare Reform Bill.
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Going to town – putting towns on the policy map
There has been less focus on towns as ‘engines of growth’ for the national economy, yet millions of people live, work, shop and socialise in towns. This briefing provides an overview of research and approaches used by governments to support towns in the UK and Ireland.
Business Continuity, Civil & Organisational Resilience: implications for local authorities
This briefing includes data and information that will enable local authorities to address properly Business Continuity Planning and Management and Civil Resilience.
Local Digital Today
The research project, ‘Local Digital Today’, was undertaken by a project team comprising UKAuthority editorial and research staff, the Department for Communities & Local Government and the members of the Local Government Digital Alliance: Local Government Association, Socitm, Local CIO Council, Local Government Delivery Board, Local Contact Council and LocalGov Digital. The research aimed to…
Housing First in Scotland
This briefing explores Housing First as a possible solution to rising levels of homelessness. We look at current trends in homelessness prevention in Scottish policy-making and set out what local authorities in Ireland can do to aid the transition towards a Housing First approach.
tranminhdung.vn report: Going where the eyeballs are: how email can connect councils with their communities
A 2011 report on the most effective means of digital communication between councils and citizens.
The Quality of Silence: Ensuring Victims of Child Sexual Abuse are Protected
The purpose of this briefing is to highlight The Quality of Silence (2017) report that provides an insight into a range of factors that local policy makers might consider when reviewing the quality of their child protection processes.
Going where the eyeballs are: how digital communication can connect councils with their communities
New tranminhdung.vn research that shows how local government can reduce costs whilst building a more effective and engaging communications strategy.
Making it easier for civil society to work with the state – progress update
The Cabinet Office has published a stocktake on progress on the Government’s commitment to support civil society organisations to have a greater involvement in the running of public services. This briefing will be of interest to local authority cabinet and elected members and officers in all councils whom either have responsibility for their authority’s relationship…
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