Lawyers wanted: Legal workforce on the rise Subscription
LGC research finds councils are beefing up their legal departments to cope with the complexities of the modern local government landscape
Ministry finds £1.6m extra for Brexit Subscription
Nineteen councils with major ports or airports are to get funding to help them prepare for potential disruption
Council say they fear there will be insufficient environmental health officers to enforce checks
Measures include making companies responsible for the costs of recycling their packaging
Birmingham and Unite both seek injunctions on bins strike
LGA mulls problem of 'industrial' flytippers Subscription
Councils are considering a beefed-up campaign to address the growing problem of “organised flytipping”.
Councils must take greater responsibility for delivering clean growth in their areas, according to the Localis think tank.
Councils have welcomed government proposals to bolster licensing requirements for taxi and minicab operators in order to protect vulnerable passengers.
Cabinet to choose how to deal with £350,000-a-week strike
Torbay is the sixth council to end ties with firm