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Councils urge people to consider essential workers during fuel situation
Social care plan contains nothing to help millions ‘here and now’
Open call to councils: COP26 exhibition stand
LGA: Councils urge people to consider needs of essential workers during fuel situation
"Councils want to make sure that everybody who needs fuel can access it safely and swiftly. We encourage people to be considerate of our essential workers such as health and care staff, so they can get the fuel they need to do their vital daily roles caring for our older and most vulnerable members of our communities."
EMP circular 4 - police staff pay 2021
Local Government Association 18 Smith Square London, SW1P 3HZ e-mail: email@example.com Police Staff Council (PSC) Employers' side To: Force
National resilience strategy call for evidence Local Government Association response - September 2021
The LGA welcomes the development of a new national resilience strategy and review of the Civil Contingencies Act (the Act).
Positive partnering with Community Foundation for Surrey
Surrey County Council has worked in creative and proactive ways to develop a strong partnership with the Community Foundation for Surrey (CFS) to ensure resources are used in the best way, duplication is avoided, respective strengths are utilised and ultimately benefits for Surrey’s communities are maximised.
COVID-19 Workforce Survey, week ending 6 August 2021
This report is part of a series of monthly surveys of all councils in England and Wales collecting key workforce data on how the sector is responding to COVID-19. An online survey was emailed to heads of human resources, or a nominated contact, in councils from England on the second Wednesday of the month. The data requested related to the week ending the preceding Friday.
The Government’s social care plan provides no extra funding for frontline social care and will do nothing to immediately help the millions of people who draw on and work in care and support, or will do so in the near future, councils warn today.
Cheshire West and Chester Council: Enhancing health, tackling climate change
Cheshire’s Natural Health Service uses the best of the county’s green space assets to help tackle recognised local health inequalities. This initiative builds on the growing body of evidence that activities in the natural environment can have a significant impact on keeping people healthy.
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council: ‘Virtual Bradford’ – an open digital twin for the City of Bradford
Digital twins are an excellent tool that can be used to create what-if scenarios and enable data-driven decision making, which will be explored by the Council and others.
Net Zero Innovation Programme: frequently asked questions
A list of FAQs relating to the Net Zero Innovation Programme, covering the application process and programme details.
North East Lincolnshire Council: Smart Energy Greater Lincolnshire, supporting businesses and SME’s in their carbon saving journey in challenging times
Smart Energy Greater Lincolnshire is a £8.5 million European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and Salix part funded project, providing ‘one stop shop’ free advice and grants for small/medium businesses (SMEs) and public buildings to boost renewable energy use and lower carbon emissions.
Net Zero Innovation Programme pilot and first cohort - resources
A pilot of partnership workshops held in April 2020, comprising six pairings of councils and universities, was successful in building the tools and
Building more gender equal workplaces, 17 September 2021
Download the presentations from this event.
LGA responds to HMICFRS report on violence against women and girls
"Councils are determined to help tackle violence against women and girls in our local communities, and work alongside police, the NHS, and charities to make sure we do all we can to protect women and girls from all forms of abuse."
Childhood obesity trailblazer assembly, 15-16 September 2021
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