Partnerships are central to health and social care services, both with public and private partners as well as its citizens. Local authorities need to think about what it’s residents need and put people in the centre of their services
“Local authorities contribute to our health and wellbeing through libraries, public health services, leisure, housing, good air quality... the list goes on”
Jenny Coombs on the link between local authorities, good health and housing at #LGAConf19
“Alternative sources of funding that provide value for money are critical - crowdfunding is a way of financing projects with small contributions from a large number of providers”
@lp_rosiepearson on #Crowdfunding as an alternative funding source at #LGAConf19
“When local authorities think of place they think of the physical place - but its also about how you manage that over time and how you manage governance changes”
Simon Bandy at #Place session at today’s #LGAConf19
The word “place” is increasingly used in department titles, government policies and programmes...
But how do you break down the barriers to create successful "Place"?
We're running a teach in at @LGAConf2019 stand P25, 11am today: