Tag : Autumn Budget 2017
The government has a very clear ambition for the £1.6bn additional funding allocated to the NHS for 2018-19. £1bn is to be used to arrest the decline in elective waiting times and to begin to reduce the waiting list; £600m will be employed to make sure the NHS meets the four-hour A&E target.
Fears that options will not address lack of resources
The region’s second devolution deal, announced at the Budget on Wednesday, is more about future commitments than new devolved powers
Rollout to be delayed by three months and councils able to recover costs of temporary accomodation for UC claimants
The first test of a Budget is the five hours following the chancellor’s statement at the dispatch box.
LGC’s analysis of the range of measures announced by the chancellor in the Budget
Commentary on the autumn Budget
New rules to make it more difficult for councils failing to meet their housing requirement to refuse planning applications
During the Budget, Philip Hammond’s housing announcements came thick and fast.
Regions handed cash to pilot 'housing first' scheme Subscription
The government has earmarked £28m to fund three regional pilots aimed at tackling homelessness.