Simon Parker, Jessica Studdert and Claire Mansfield discuss the fallout of Brexit. And on the day Theresa May took office they look at what the new Prime Minister might mean for localism and devolution.
Emma, Simon and Jess are joined by Cllr Sarah Hayward, Leader of Camden Council and Chris Smith of 24 Housing Magazine to discuss the impact the election of Sadiq Khan will have on London boroughs, what we can expect from next year’s Metro Mayor elections and the Housing Act.
This month Emma Burnell is joined by Jonn Elledge, Editor of CityMetric, NLGN Director Simon Parker and Head of Research Claire Mansfield to discuss the local election results and devolution in any potential post-Osborne world.
This month Emma Burnell is joined by Jessica Studdert and Simon Parker to look forward to this week’s Budget, our forthcoming report on the future of place-based health and the implications of the recent rejection of a mayor for Bath.
The staff at NLGN discuss the year just gone and look forward to 2016: the year devolution will finally be delivered.
Simon Parker and Jessica Studdert record their immediate thoughts on the CSR NLGN Director Simon Parker responds to the CSR: Deputy Director Jessica Studdert responds to the CSR:
This month Emma Burnell, Jessica Studdert and Claire Mansfield are joined by Chris Brophy and Lee Clarke – both partners at law firm Capsticks LLP to discuss the upcoming spending review and the recent reclassification of housing associations.
This month Director Simon Parker and Head of External Affairs Emma Burnell are joined by new Deputy Director Jessica Studdert and Leader of Islington Council Cllr Richard Watts. Among topics discussed are George Osborne’s announcement on the devolution of Business Rates and David Cameron’s announcement of changes to Section 106 agreements.