Tag : Service reform features
Local authorities urged to consider how the power of digital offers new means of delivering their core values
Parish and town councils are taking on services to fill gaps as principal authorities cut provision, LGC research reveals.
LGC analyses the end of the pioneering shared service agreement between three west London boroughs
Every review of failure in local government inevitably refers to failures of leadership.
LGC analyses progress on the One Public Estate programme
Emerging structures in children's social careSubscription
Government policy is driving a shake-up of how children’s services are organised. LGC has mapped the emerging new models
Publication of a major evalutation of Troubled Families sparked widespread criticism of the programme, but has this focused too much on process rather than real outcomes?
LGC special report: Partnerships Subscription
Working together: LGC research on commercialism in councils, insight from Civica and Capita, and a case study from Nottingham City Council, supported by Northgate Public Services
LGC special report: Parish councilsSubscription
Exclusive LGC research has revealed the most comprehensive picture of parish and town council service delivery so far produced, and uncovered the scale of desire of this tier of government to provide additional services.
Truly integrated care looks possible but is threatened by central inertia and funding