The Local Government Association (LGA) has highlighted statistics from the Asphalt Industry Alliance's (AIA), annual ALARM survey, which has projected the pothole repair bill to rise to £14 billion by 2019.

The Local Government Association (LGA) has said that plans to boost apprenticeship funding in England will hit school budgets, with small council schools most ta risk, say town hall bosses.

Swansea City Council has proposed plans to create a specialist unit for the purpose of teaching children with autism.

Tenants from Pembrokeshire County Council’s social housing waiting list will be housed in Wales’ ‘Pentre Solar’.

The Birmingham Mac has been hit by a 70 per cent cut to its council funding, as part of major reductions inflicted on the city's arts by its local authority.

An extra £10 million a year has been pledged to ensure the Welsh social care sector is strong and sustainable for the future.

New research by Age UK has highlighted that half a million people over the age of 60 usually spend every day alone.

£7 billion has been made available for the government’s affordable housing programme to meet the diverse housing needs of the country.

A new report has emphasised the importance of maintaining access to the EU workforce after Brexit as being ‘vital’ for London’s future growth.

In an attempt to manage its projected £8.1 million overspend, Devon County Council has introduced a jobs freeze.

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Social Integration has called on the government to make it a requirement for immigrants to learn English before coming to the UK, in a report into how the UK’s immigration system could more effectively promote integration.

Belfast City Council has passed a motion calling on Whitehall to launch a full public inquiry into the ‘shambolic’ renewable heat incentive (RHI) scheme, set to run £490 million over its budget.

The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) has called on councils to do more to root out ‘criminal’ landlords providing sub-standard accommodation.

Bath and North East Somerset Council have announced cuts to generate £37 million in savings to compensate for ongoing government funding cuts.

Wrexham Council has received criticism over its decision to outsource its zero tolerance litter enforcement to Kingdom Security, after it was revealed the council only received 11 per cent of the firm’s £263,000 litter fines.

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