The government has made clear that it will consider bids from areas wishing to reorganise its local government structures. The aim is to make it more streamlined and efficient. There are different types of reorganisation. NALC thinks that local (parish and town) councils should be created in all non-parish areas when a Community Governance Review takes place in those areas. The needs/views of existing local councils should also be taken into account when Community Governance Reviews take place in parished areas. This new webpage will define reorganisation, capture recent context, show how NALC and county associations can help, provide case study thumbnails and signpost to further information.