This is the final call for entries for
the LGA Shared Services Map. In addition to entries
from Councils, the map is open to details of collaborations in Public
Health, One Public Estate and Fire & Rescue Services too.
final deadline is 10 March, although if you contact me, we may be able to
give you a few day longer if this has just arrived in your mail box.
are three ways in which we can support you with submitting your
data, click here for more details on how to
update existing partnership or submit a new one.
Here are this
week's collaboration news and jobs...
between the Swansea Bay City Region - made up of the local authorities of
Neath Port Talbot, Swansea, Carmarthenshire, and Pembrokeshire - and the
Treasury after continuing, it is anticipated that Mr Hammond will
reference the deal in his speech on Wednesday. Read more
Partnership Homes, part of the Willmott Dixon Group, will work in joint
venture with the council’s wholly-owned subsidiary Lampton 360 to bring
forward an initial 11 council-owned sites to create 844 homes. Read more
If you are a
Council or Fire Service, there is still time to submit or update an
entry in the LGA Shared Services Map. The final
deadline of 10
March is just around the corner, so you can still get
your partnership entries into the LGA Shared Services Map 2017.
The map has been very well received with high levels of
coverage and usage across both local government and the wider public
sector. Building on this success the LGA wants to continue to evidence
how local government is leading the public sector in efficiency and
innovation through sharing services.
There are three ways in which we can support you with submitting
your data, click here for more details on how to
update an existing partnership or submit a new one.
Here are this week's collaboration news and jobs...
environment has transformed the delivery of public services. But very
often a successful transformation programme is determined by how well
both the workforce customers have been included and engaged
on that journey to digital. Read more
recent legal ruling shows that sound judgment is needed during TUPE
service provision changes to decide whether or not the activities
carried out afterwards are “fundamentally the same” as before. Dr John
McMullen advises on the ruling. Read more
Council’s communications manager, Chris Finnegan, explains how an
innovative new partnership between health and social care
professionals, social entrepreneurs and the public could help tackle
the growing concern of how best to develop sustainable later-life care
and improve our experience of ageing. Read more
plans to create a ‘health and wellbeing campus’ are set to secure the
future of Halton Hospital, the World can exclusively reveal. It is part
of a trailblazing scheme to develop a ‘healthy new town’ in Runcorn to
encourage people to keep fit, improve their diets and live
independently into old age. Read more
999 Academy in Bridgwater, the first of its kind in Somerset, has been
officially launched. The initiative is a joint collaboration
between Avon and Somerset Police, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue
Service, South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust and
Bridgwater & Taunton College. Read more
proposed devolution plan for Lancashire is to go ahead, despite two
councils withdrawing their support. Lancashire's 15 local authorities
except Wyre backed an original bid to take powers from Westminster but
on Wednesday the leader of Fylde Borough Council said it too would pull
out. Read more
body set up to manage devolution for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
will meet for the last time as a ‘shadow’ authority tomorrow (22nd
February), as they forge ahead with the formal launch of the new
Combined Authority which is expected to be formally ratified in March. Read more