New Start speaks to Professor Nick Eyre, who has been recently appointed as Oxford City Council’s scientific adviser.
Arrange your services to support effective service charge activity and your whole business will run more smoothly, writes Jon Slade, director at Campbell Tickell.
Local government leaders and sector experts have been delivering their verdict of Rishi Sunak’s first Spending Review.
Our ambitions for our first development in Manchester are unlimited, writes Jacob Loftus, founder and chief executive at General Projects.
Now is the time for communities to be given control over local services and assets, writes the chief executive of Localis, Jonathan Werran.
The idea of a neighbourhood where everything is just 20 minutes away is gaining traction around the world, writes Melanie Desert.
Alex Yedigaroff, head of transformation at dxw, writes on how local plans can help in the face of proposed reforms to the planning system.
Creative industries have been decimated by the impact of coronavirus, with theatres forced to close, live music cancelled and tours cut short, writes Katie Willy.
The government's new reforms mean local authorities need to mobilise, but is this what’s really required, writes Paul Beaney, customer success director at DEF Software.
Steve White, head of transformation accounts for Yotta, writes on how local authorities can engage with the public through the pandemic and beyond.