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LGiU event: What does the Localism Bill mean for councils?

May 18, 2011

The Localism Bill is the government’s flagship piece of legislation. It includes measures that will give councils a new Power of General Competence, establish new rights for communities to bid to run services, and revolutionise the planning system.

The LGiU and Stockport MBC are hosting a major regional event for councils to debate and share learning about the Localism Bill and prepare for their new responsibilities. Speakers include leading figures from local and central government, the voluntary sector and academia.

Full speakers list

Andrew Stunell MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, DCLG

Cllr Dave Goddard, Leader, Stockport MBC

Gareth Bradford, Planning Directorate, DCLG

Dr Jonathan Carr-West, Director, LGiU

Amanda Bickerton, Executive Committee, North West Community Activists Network

Nicholas Dobson, Senior Consultant, Pannone LLP

Angela Green, Chief Officer, Wirral Council for Voluntary Service

Iain Jenkinson, Director, Planning Development & Regeneration, GVA

Barry Khan, Solicitor, Stockport MBC

Hilary Kitchin, Associate, LGiU

John Knight, North West Regional Chair, Royal Town Planning Institute

Richard Turner, former Executive Member for Housing and Planning Policy, Eden District Council

Who should attend? – Councillors and officers with responsibility for strategy, policy, planning, housing and community engagement 

Places can be booked through Eventbrite here
Date: Wednesday 22 June, 10am – 4pm
Venue: Committee Suite, Stockport Town Hall, Edward Street, Stockport SK1 3XE
Rates (ex VAT): LGiU Affiliates: £75 Non Members: £90
 
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