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Trust deficit opens up on town centre strategy

Preliminary Findings

Camden Town Strategy Community Consultative Process

A trust deficit has opened up between Camden Council and stakeholders in the Camden Town Centre Enhancement Strategy. 332 more words

Disappointing result for Feniton

The planning application for three houses behind Sunnylea in Green Lane, Feniton was passed by just 6 votes to 5 this afternoon.

The meeting was frustrating, not least because the result was so close. 428 more words


Exposing the Illusion of Devolution By Alister Scott (Birmingham City University)

Recently our cities have been aloud with the disparate voices of devolution. This has risen like a proverbial phoenix from the aftermath of the Scottish referendum vote as the UK Government seeks to respond to criticisms of Whitehall domination of policy and decision making. 645 more words


Holiday Concert in a Small Town in Maine

Left to right: Tom Osborne, Kyle Osborn, Michael Saulnier, Brian Saulnier

A Christmas tea featuring live musical performances by a talented pair of brothers was held at the Jeremiah Mason House Bed & Breakfast in Limerick on Saturday, Dec. 450 more words


Statutory notices for the 21st century

In case you missed it, DCLG has challenged local authorities and other parties to come up with new and innovative ways of communicating statutory notices. 90 more words

Important News For LPAs

Hampshire Against Land Threat - interview on Radio Solent

Hampshire Against Land Threat – my interview on Radio Solent

Hampshire Against Land Threat or H.A.L.T. is a campaign by Hampshire’s UKIP Parliamentary Candidates and UKIP County Councillors on behalf of Hampshire residents. 338 more words

A political certainty in 2015? From Localism to Devolution

This week we have a blog post from Mervyn Kohler, Special Adviser, at Age UK. 

Even before the Scottish referendum campaign, there was a growing surge of interest in more devolution. 583 more words

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