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Public health should be overseen by the guardian of place, not the guardian of hospitals
17 January, 2019 5:40 pm
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Public Health England chief executive Duncan Selbie talks to LGC about the government’s forthcoming prevention green paper
16 January, 2019 11:30 am
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LGC has learned plans to produce one overarching score have been ditched following an unprecedented response
17 January, 2019 9:30 am
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The new round of planning for sustainability and transformation partnerships must allow more collaboration.
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29 October 2018Nick Carding, Jimmy Nicholls
The chancellor has announced the Treasury will not sign any more private finance initiative contracts, describing the model as “inflexible and overly complex”.
16 October 2018Jon Bunn
Senior officers’ confidence has slumped that in-year savings targets can be achieved amid concerns more councils could yet issue section 114 notices, LGC can reveal.
5 October 2018Jon Bunn
Luton BC chief executive Trevor Holden has been appointed joint managing director of two Norfolk districts.
3 October 2018Nick Golding, Robert Cusack
Numerous questions need to be answered before councils can start to become major housebuilders once more.
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