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Devolution deal to delivery

Devolution deal to delivery

A guide to help councils navigate devolution deals

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Lessons learned in communicating devolution

Opportunities for communicators working within or for devolved areas, as well as some key principles to consider.

Communications support
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A tourist levy: what, where and how

This briefing note looks at the process for introducing a tourism levy by using two pieces of analysis.

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The drivers of collaboration

Delivering an effective response to coronavirus means collaboration between county and district councils is more important than ever.

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Fiscal devolution: adopting an international approach

The Local Government Association (LGA) has long called for genuine devolution to local areas. We believe that greater fiscal freedom, the power to raise more money locally and have greater control over how this money is spent in local areas is a crucial part of this process.

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Building more inclusive economies - full report

This report examines several key areas of the inclusive economies agenda.

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Attracting investment for local infrastructure

Infrastructure plays a critical role supporting local communities and the local economy. It can unlock an area’s potential, enable residents to access new education, skills, and work opportunities, support local retail and business areas, and increase the viability of new sites for homes and businesses.

Sector-led improvement
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The future of non-metropolitan England: the freedom to lead local places - the final report

With the country at an historic crossroads, this report sets out a course for the future of non-metropolitan England.

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The future of non-metropolitan England: Moving the conversation on - the interim report

‘Non metropolitan England’ is an expression that captures the large and small towns, the villages and hamlets, the coastal communities and the rural and the deeply rural areas in which 62 per cent of the English population live. It refers to a diverse range of places with significant differences in their demographic make-up, geography and economy, populated by people that want to live fulfilled and successful lives and businesses that strive to prosper and grow.

Don't be left in the dark: Devolution and mayors

This short guide gives information on the role of combined authority mayors, what they will do and what this means for the residents they serve.