NALC gives evidence to parliamentary inquiry on the Office for Local Government  


The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) has given evidence to a parliamentary committee conducting an inquiry on the Office for Local Government (OFLOG).

In NALC's response to the Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee’s inquiry on OFLOG, NALC has again called for OFLOG’s remit to be extended to include local (parish and town) councils as they are the first tier of local government in England and responsible for spending nearly £1 billion of council tax on a wide range of hyper-local services, as well as having a wider community leadership and place-shaping role.

NALC’s response also proposes a range of data themes which OFLOG should publish on local councils, proposes piloting with some larger local councils, and highlights the need for investment in sector improvement.

Read the full response

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