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A key aim of our transformation review of adult social care services is to make the care people receive more centred on their individual goals, letting them maximise their independence and lead more fulfilling lives. Faced with increasing demand for social care and a need to make savings, we looked at innovative ways to transform the support we provide to vulnerable residents.
Leeds and the wider city region offer a warm, welcoming home in the heart of the UK and the north. We have strong links to screen, and a constantly evolving creative sector with huge ambitions to be even greater in the next few years and beyond. For this reason it made perfect sense to bid for the new Channel 4 national headquarters.
Whilst many challenges within social care have been the same for the past 20 years – increasing in scale and exacerbated by funding pressures and the rolling saga of health and social care integration – technology has quietly revolutionised the world in which it is delivered.
After significant failure, a methodical approach, leadership and partnerships overhauled Rotherham’s inadequate service.
To fulfil our ambitions for the people of Luton we must excite, recruit and retain the best talent in an increasingly competitive labour market. To do this we introduced our ‘people plan’ in 2016 and are now reaping the benefits.
Eight years ago, we picked up the pieces of our bid to have 24 schools in Liverpool rebuilt or renovated as part of the government’s Building Schools for the Future programme.
The adoption of open standards in technology and the sharing of work means other councils can benefit from Hackney’s work to reform services.
Mapping actions, gathering data and creating a strategy board boosted teacher recruitment and retention in the county...
After an LGA report found evidence of bullying, Cheshire East engaged staff to redefine workplace culture and behaviour...
After electoral errors prevented 200 people from voting, Plymouth City Council reviewed and fixed the problems, with broader benefits for the council’s services.