A new poll has shown that 75 per cent of the public believe that councils should have a statutory duty to protect public parks.

Whitehall has begun to build the machinery of Brexit but the government doesn’t yet know what to do with it, a new briefing paper has contested.

A new report has warned that Lancashire County Council will run out of money within three years.

The three ‘flood risk’ symbols proposed by the insurance industry for estate agents to detail on their properties have proved controversial.

After five years as the commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, the force has announced that Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe is to retire.

Fife Council has called for clarity from the Scottish government over fracking, amid fears that developers mat begins o target its land.

Childcare costs could ‘sky-rocket’ as nurseries await less funding for a free government childcare scheme, a charity has warned.

The Liverpool City Region is to benefit from improved bus services and investment in the local economy through a new agreement.

Posters printed with the message that giving money to beggars would be used on drugs, alcohol or fraud, have been banned by the Advertising Standards Agency

Liverpool City Council has regained control of its markets, after buying them for a sum of £1, from Geraud Markets UK, which has operated them since 2003.

Cambridge City Council has received criticism over its ‘failure to deliver on basic services for residents’.

Cumbria County Council has launched Shared Lives Cumbria, a scheme which encourages host carers to provide care to adults in need of support.

Wokingham Borough Council is considering a move to make £19 million in savings, which could means it will not provide key services such as lollipop crossings.

Plans to build 5,000 new homes in South Oxfordshire, to help deal with Oxford’s housing crisis, have been rejected by the district council leader.

The Local Government Association (LGA) has said that English tourism is expected to soar under devolution deals, with data suggesting the tourist industry will grow 2.9 per cent per year over the next decade.

Clive Betts, the chair of the community and local government select committee, has called for stricter regulations to compel restaurants to display food hygiene scores.


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