Posts From November, 2015

Comprehensive Spending Review - WLGA Statement 

Today WLGA Leaders have written to the First Minister to call for the Welsh Government and Councils to work together to deal with the impact of the Spending Review and alleviate the impact of the cuts. The Chancellor’s announcement today marks... read more
Wednesday, 25 November 2015 Categories: News

Draft Local Government (Wales) Bill - WLGA Statement 

The Draft Local Government (Wales) Bill builds on the Welsh Government’s Power to Local People White Paper published earlier this year and provides further detail on the proposed programme of local government reform, including the potential costs,... read more
Tuesday, 24 November 2015 Categories: News

'The true test of devolution is excellent public services' - WLGA offers 40 point plan for a new way 

Council leaders in Wales have published an ambitious manifesto calling on the next Welsh Government to show confidence, and empower local councils to work with their communities to protect local services. Flexibility and freedom are the key, as... read more
Monday, 23 November 2015 Categories: News

Local service delivery in Wales in times of austerity 

Local service delivery in Wales in times of austerity – a joint statement by Local Government in Wales and Welsh Government Welsh Government and Local Government in Wales believe that public services matter. We value public services and the... read more
Monday, 23 November 2015 Categories: News

Working together to deal with austerity 

A conference to discuss the impact of funding challenges on public services has been held in Cardiff this morning. Jointly hosted by the Welsh Government and the WLGA, delegates from across the public sector came together to consider how to deal... read more
Thursday, 19 November 2015 Categories: News

WLGA calls for rounded debate on senior salaries 

The WLGA has responded to recent press reports on senior local government salaries, and has called for a sensible and more rounded debate in Wales. While the WLGA recognizes that scrutiny and transparency of public sector salaries should be to... read more
Tuesday, 10 November 2015 Categories: News

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