Nearly a quarter of all councils having elections on 2 May (five new merged councils, nine unitaries and 42 districts) will be using a new set of ward boundaries next week. Is that relevant? Yes.
We’re in the biggest year of the local electoral cycle. No fewer than 248 councils in England have elections.
The good news for anyone thinking the UK has too little democracy is that there are going to be two rounds of major elections in May.
What’s uniting MPs at the moment? If I give you three guesses, I bet you won’t get it.
Westminster is allowing objectors and applicants to speak at meetings for the first time. We take a look at how to make your three minutes in the spotlight more effective.
The TIGgers, the so-called ‘independent group’ of MPs that have left both Labour and the Tories this week, are the new kids on the block – but what could this mean for local politics?
Two of our projects are up for awards at the PR Moment Awards – an estate regeneration for a local authority, and a scheme where we helped overturn an officer’s …
With its significant Thames-side presence and very good transport links into the southern parts of the borough, Lambeth will always attract development opportunities.
It seemed unlikely at one stage, but yes, we have actually made it into the year 2019. And what a year it is going to be. Everyone will be hoping …
Until last night’s resignation of a junior Minister over the delay in reduced bets on fixed-odd betting machines, the Budget had been unusually welcomed. Most normal budgets unravel in some …