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brian roberts

High turnover of CFOs sparks recruitment concernsSubscription

LGC research finds more than half of section 151 officers have been in their post less than three years

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City could face gov payback for delaying clean air plansSubscription

Bristol City Council may have to pay back £1.65m to the government if it doesn’t meet the government’s clean air targets in the shortest time possible.


Candidates for LGA chair promise to seize on Brexit chaos Subscription

Two of the candidates to be the next chair of the Local Government Association have promised to seize on the current chaos within central government to strengthen councils’ role.

Joe anderson

Exclusive: Three councils in the north west plan community bankSubscription

Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson claims bank will be n a scale never attempted before by a council

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Greater Manchester launches 'carbon-neutral' industrial strategySubscription

Greater Manchester CA has put an ambition to become carbon neutral by 2038 at the heart of its industrial strategy which is due to be launched later today.


Boroughs lose newspapers court case Subscription

Judge says government has powers over publication frequency


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Roundtable: The human element is key to the march of the AISubscription

10 June, 2019 By Claire Read

Technological advances promise major opportunities to improve local government, but there are doubts about whether the sector is able to take advantage of them