Posts From October, 2012

Intergenerational links can strengthen community 

To highlight the positive contribution people of all ages can make to their local communities, a new guide has been launched to help strengthen relationships across the generations in Wales. The ‘Bringing Generations Together in Wales’ guidance... read more
Monday, 29 October 2012 Categories: News

Town planners welcome advisory group findings 

Senior planning officers in Wales have welcomed a report outlining how adaptation rather than wholesale change is required if the planning system in Wales is to improve and meet future demand. Published by a Welsh Government advisory group, the... read more
Friday, 26 October 2012 Categories: News

WLGA responds to provisional local government settlement 

Responding to the provisional local government settlement, Councillor Aaron Shotton (Flintshire), Deputy Leader and Spokesperson for Finance and Resources commented: “The WLGA welcomes the settlement which, despite the difficult financial... read more
Tuesday, 16 October 2012 Categories: News

Shaping tomorrow's social care services today 

Future and current leaders of social care services in Wales have been celebrated at an event to mark the success of the National Team Manager Development Programme (TMDP). The programme is the first accredited course of its type in the UK, and... read more
Monday, 15 October 2012 Categories: News

WLGA welcomes educational reform plan for Wales 

The WLGA has today added its full support to a new Welsh Government implementation plan that sets an ambitious agenda for educational reform in Wales. Launched by the Minister for Education, Leighton Andrews AM, the ‘Improving Schools’ plan... read more
Monday, 15 October 2012 Categories: News

New report reveals bleak financial forecast for Welsh public services 

A new report published by the Welsh Local Government Association today has revealed the bleak financial climate that will be faced by local councils in Wales potentially up until 2021. Launched at a finance conference hosted by the WLGA in... read more
Friday, 05 October 2012 Categories: News

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