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JUN
23

The water market opens up for local councils

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Local (parish and town) council are no longer restricted to buying water services from the regional monopoly. The largest competitive water retail market in the world has opened for business, bringing the biggest change in the water sector since privatisation.

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JUN
12

Learning to be more open and transparent

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At a time when there is more demand for public bodies to be more open and transparent, the National Association of Local Councils (NALC) has published a guide for finance and transparency.

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JUN
09

NALC responds to the general election 2017 results

NALC responds to the general election 2017 results

Responding to the general election result Cllr Sue Baxter, chairman of the National Association of Local Councils, said:

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MAY
26

NALC wants more local councils to get involved in Volunteers’ Week

NALC wants more local councils to get involved in Volunteers’ Week

The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) is calling for more local councils across England to get involved in Volunteers’ Week, which is running from 1 June - 7 June 2017.

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MAY
18

The Good Councillor's guide to neighbourhood planning – designing the future of local communities

The Good Councillor's guide to neighbourhood planning – designing the future of local communities
National Association of Local Councils (NALC) in association with Locality has published  The Good Councillor's guide to neighbourhood planning ....
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MAY
17

Help NALC find out more about local councils

Help NALC find out more about local councils

National Association of Local Councils (NALC) would argue that the focus of today’s debates in local government tends to be around regional mayors and combined authorities and this is wrong headed because this is about creating new centres of power, which are distant from local communities.

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