Local authorities welcome an extra £48m of funding to help expand homelessness provision, but warn this may not be enough in the long-term.
Birmingham City Council’s leader has hailed his trade mission to Qatar as a ‘significant step’ in the ‘battle to unlock millions’ in post-Brexit investment.
Bridging the capital divide in local government
Gwyn Llewellyn calls on councils to think more broadly about their financing options to enable them to invest and fuel economic growth.
Affordable homes are ‘desperately needed’, warns housing charity as figures predict 250,000 of the cheapest rented homes could be lost between 2012 and 2020.
Workers in the public sector face real pay falls of thousands of pounds by 2020, according to a new analysis published today by the TUC.
Rising health care costs could lead to a ‘steady and unsustainable deterioration’ in public finances unless the Government takes policy action, new analysis has warned.
Buckinghamshire councils have voted in favour of a controversial proposal for two unitary authorities in the county—despite Buckinghamshire CC opposition.
Council leaders call for ‘radical action’ on sugar as new figures show there were more than 40,000 hospital operations to remove rotting teeth in children and teenagers last year.
A pedestrian footbridge in Bristol has been given a new lease of life thanks to the addition of a new anti-slip surface from Polydeck.
Vent-Axia, the leading British ventilation manufacturer, has added an open grille fan to its intelligent Lo-Carbon Revive range of filter-less unitary fans
The Sprayed Concrete Association (SCA), one of the associations that comprises the Structural Concrete Alliance, has released a new edition of its popular document, An Introduction to Sprayed Concrete.