Londoners deserve GP surgeries ‘fit for the 21st century’

London boroughs are calling for a transformation of the capital’s ageing GP and primary care premises.

Rhondda Valley’s Treorchy crowned best high street

Treorchy High Street has been crowned the UK’s best in this year’s Great British High Street Awards.

Gloucestershire suggests £1m climate change fund

Gloucestershire County Council is set to agree investment of an initial £1 million Action Fund to help tackle climate change.

Poor air quality ‘top concern’ for councils

The NLGN has revealed that poor air quality is a ‘top concern’ for councils, but most feel unable to address it.

Universal Credit flaws are causing debt and destitution

It is vital that the government take urgent steps to reform the design flaws within the Universal Credit system, says StepChange.

Cambridge City Council launches Canopy Project

Cambridge City Council has officially launched a project to increase the area of the city under tree canopy cover over the next three years.

150 ultra-low energy homes to be developed in Nottingham

The next phase of a pioneering scheme to turn hard-to-heat council houses in Nottingham into ultra-low energy homes has begun.

North of Tyne seeks £10 million digital boost

The North of Tyne Combined Authority has pledged £10 million in the region’s digital economy.

Unequal risks of mental ill health need closing

New briefing urges the government to take concerted action to address the unequal risk of mental ill health in the UK.

Emergency Tree Plan for the UK published

The Woodland Trust has outlined how the UK can rapidly increase tree cover to help reach net zero carbon emissions.

Cornwall reflects on year of climate emergency action

Cornwall Council is marking a year since declaring a climate emergency and summarised its key achievements in cutting its carbon emissions.

One in 50 homes in London a short-term let

Short-term lettings are nearly ‘growing out of control’ in London with up to one in 50 of all homes now estimated to be available.

Net zero measures to be discussed by Citizens’ assembly

A 110-strong citizens’ assembly are set to meet to decide the tough measures required for the UK to achieve ‘net zero’ carbon emissions.

Northampton Town Council voted into existence

Northampton Town Council has been voted into existence, making it the largest community-level council in England.

Emergency admissions for dementia patients up a third

The Alzheimer’s Society has revealed the strain on the NHS of people with dementia unnecessarily ending up in hospitals.


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