The Land Registry has launched a consultation on the proposed draft Local Land Charges Rules 2017.

The chief executive of Barnet Council has stepped down following issues on 5 May’s local elections that saw voters turned away from polling stations.

The Department of Health (DoH) has announced a new £15 million fund will be made available for councils to bid for, to provide safe accommodation for people suffering mental health crises in public spaces.

According to a Freedom of Information request (FoI) by specialist lawyers Simpson Millar, over 100 local authorities have failed to produce a plan to help children with special educational needs (SEN) transition to secondary school.

Lutterworth council has rejected a controversial plan to build 250 homes on valuable farming, despite not having a five-year supply of housing land.

The Local Government Association (LGA) has called on the government to create a more flexible minimum standard of broadband speed across the country to stop thousands of homes and businesses from falling into a ‘digital twilight zone’.

Many voters are unaware of the European Union’s (EU’s) impact on public services in the UK, according to new poll commissioned by the Charted Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA).

Limiting the use of lifetime tenancies will help to reduce inequality by better supporting minority groups, according to a recent impact report from the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG).

According to housing charity Shelter, the government’s Right to Buy extension is likely to cost the average council in England £26 million per year to fund.

A series of elections are taking place across the UK for the Scottish Parliament, National Assembly of Wales, the Northern Ireland Assembly and for 124 councils in London.

Charities have urged councils to call off bailiffs pursuing vulnerable residents for council tax debts.

All premises that sell food products should be forced to display their food hygiene rating on the door, the Local Government Association (LGA) has argued.

According to analysis conducted by the BBC, in certain regions of England, fewer than 20 per cent of eligible voters took part in the recent local elections.

The Local Government Association (LGA) has said that housing developers should be legally required to install anti-flood measures when constructing new homes.

Derby City council has begun offering new social workers a £10,000 incentive, to be used towards a mortgage.

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