The latest meeting of NALC and SLCC


The leadership teams of the National Association of Local Councils (NALC) and the Society of Local Council Clerks (SLCC) held their latest catch-up meeting at NALC’s new office in Bloomsbury, London, on 27 April 2023.

Attendees were Cllr Keith Stevens (NALC chair), Cllr Peter Davey (NALC vice chair) and Jonathan Owen (NALC chief executive) and Adam Keppel-Green (SLCC chair), Steve Trice (SLCC vice chair) and Rob Smith (SLCC chief executive).

The meeting was positive and productive and an opportunity to review progress on the memorandum of understanding signed last year.

The general theme was the importance of joint working and mutual support between organisations at all levels to support the sector.  The meeting stressed the importance of encouraging councils, councillors and clerks to promote membership of each organisation and to recognise their contribution to supporting the sector to promote the wellbeing of residents.

The respective chairs, Cllr Stevens and Adam Keppel-Green stressed the value of joint working as evidenced in the recent work on civility and respect, the establishment of the Smaller Authorities Audit Appointments and many other areas over the years.

There was a common agreement to work together further on civility and respect, encouraging employment in the sector, providing support on finance matters, Martyn’s Law, and creating new councils.

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