The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has said that the HS2 rail link needs a ‘realistic timetable’ if the new link is to be a success.

The Local Government Association (LGA) has called on the government to address the gap between household income and rising rents, by allowing councils to build more affordable homes.

Highland Council is seeking public views on its plans to increase the number of pay-to-use public toilets.

Liverpool City Council has been forced to pay a £1 million fine after thousands of tonnes of waste was dumped at vacant industrial sites in Merseyside

Hertfordshire County Council has awarded a contract worth £1 billion to waste management firm Veolia, to provide waste to energy services.

Aberdeen City Council is set to install a fibre network across the city to provide enhanced digital services to residents, businesses and visitors.

Alun Cairns has hailed ‘a new era of devolution to Wales’ as MPs backed moves to transfer new powers and accountability for the Welsh Assembly.

Essex County Council is set to spend approximately £85 million to create more than 400 new special school places across the county.

Providers should allow customers to compare the estimated broadband speed they can receive direct to their home rather than to their postcode.

A by-election will take place in the Oxfordshire seat of Witney, after former Prime Minister David Cameron announced he is stepping down.

Girls growing up in certain regions of England have a much lower quality of life than others, according to analysis of official statistics.

A new poll shows nearly 30 per cent of us could recycle more, with confusing information the main stumbling block to adoption.

A new report has claimed that there needs to be continual support for the north’s low carbon economy, to increase economic activity in the region.

National Recycling Week (NRW) will highlight the many measures councils have introduced to maximise recycling.

Business secretary Sajid Javid has announced that the £900 million North East devolution deal is ‘off the table’, after four out of the seven local authorities voted against the plans.

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Event Diary

The annual Digital Government conference will be returning to the QEII Centre, London on Thursday 24th May.