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The Independent Group , represents Independent Councillors, Greens, Plaid & smaller parties across England & Wales 📧 Independent.GroupLGA@local.gov.uk
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LGAIndependentGroup Jul 9
ICYMI: If you subscribe to the Local Government Chronicle take a look at it's piece on the rise of Independents, including interviews with members from across the country
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LGAIndependentGroup Jul 9
The are open for nominations, find out more via the link below
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Local Government Association Jul 7
Our message to Government is clear: if properly funded & empowered, continue to ✅ lead their areas ✅ improve lives ✅ reduce public services demand ✅ save money for taxpayers More about our call for long-term investment in at
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Be A Councillor Jul 8
wants to encourage councils to take action to support cllrs who are women, parents and carers. This toolkit has been developed to help councils create environments that empowers women, parents & carers to become local councillors.
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Sarah Woodhouse Jul 4
Thanks to all of our members for a great Conference! Really pleased to meet so many of you! Lots of useful discussions, fringe meetings, plenaries and workshops
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Cllr Louis Stephen Jul 4
I stood for what I believe in - you can too!
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Cllr Wayne Davies Jul 4
Another year, another excellent with the superb and rapidly expanding members from across the country, working to address our shared challenges and exploring innovation potential for services.
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Hannah Dalton Jul 4
Fantastic session with amazing contributions ♥️
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LGAIndependentGroup Jul 4
Our final group session of led by Cllr Hannah Dalton and Cllr Claire Wright
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Local Government Association Jul 3
The challenges are many for local government, with housing one of the most pressing. We are, together, working to solve problems
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Local Government Association Jul 2
Our message to Govt is clear: if you properly fund and empower , continue to ✅ lead their areas ✅ improve lives ✅ reduce demand for public services ✅ save money for the taxpayer Download our publication at
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Local Government Association Jul 4
ICYMI: our new publication, ‘One year on – the LGA green paper for adult social care and wellbeing’, includes a number of powerful testimonies from those who receive, work in and represent the social care sector. Find out more
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Local Government Association Jul 3
“This is a truly practical resource developed by and for , Chairman of our Innovation and Improvement Board, launches the Beta version of our new Transformation & Innovation Exchange at Find it here 👉
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Marianne Overton MBE Jul 4
Cllr Neil Prior, Independent cabinet member for Pembrokeshire County Council. Talking on technological, cultural and relationship transformation ⁦
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LGAIndependentGroup Jul 3
In our Q&A with and , many members raising the role of developers and challenges of engaging them on the health agenda. Very interesting work in , linking planning applications to public health priorities
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LGAIndependentGroup Jul 3
. highlighting that in Wales and internationally there is acceptance that every council policy has to contribute to the health and wellbeing of the whole community. Is that the case in your council? Why not include it as a part of your vision?
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LGAIndependentGroup Jul 3
Very clear from our session with and that health and wellbeing HAS to be a partnership that includes , residents, developers and the NHS
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LGAIndependentGroup Jul 3
Replying to @NHSEngland
For our members looking to shape healthy places, this useful document from introduces 10 Healthy Town Principles to follow:
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LGAIndependentGroup Jul 3
Replying to @LGA_Independent
Healthy Placemaking report, definitely worth all councillors taking a look at:
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LGAIndependentGroup Jul 3
.: ‘Poor housing costs the country £18.6bn a year’. Barriers to getting housing and health right include: insufficient funding, the requirements / expectations of developers, other priorities, local politics and insufficient time
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