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County council approves £153m link road amid climate change protests

16/07/2019County council approves £153m link road amid climate change protests

Norwich county councillors have formally approved a new link road for the Norwich bypass, despite the environmental group Extinction Rebellion st... more >
Lewisham Council appoint new chief executive from Hackney Council

15/07/2019Lewisham Council appoint new chief executive from Hackney Council

Lewisham LBC is set to appoint Kim Wright, currently a group director at Hackney Council, as its new chief executive. Wright will take up th... more >
Councils, NHS trusts and police to work together to tackle serious crime under new ‘public health duty’

15/07/2019Councils, NHS trusts and police to work together to tackle serious crime under new ‘public health duty’

Local authorities, NHS trusts and police forces will all be required to work together to tackle serious violence under the new ‘public heal... more >
Extra £28m announced to alleviate pressures on councils through Controlling Migration Fund

15/07/2019Extra £28m announced to alleviate pressures on councils through Controlling Migration Fund

Councils across England are set to receive a further £28m to help ease pressures on local services following increased migration, from alle... more >
Defra appoints Oxford professor as new chief scientist

12/07/2019Defra appoints Oxford professor as new chief scientist

Gideon Henderson has been appointed by Defra as its new chief scientific advisor. Henderson, who is currently a professor of earth sciences ... more >