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  The Future of Local Government
8th September 2015, Manchester Confernce Centre
 
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Join us at The Future of Local Government conference where we will look at how local authorities can adapt and transform to meet the increasing demands of public service delivery during a period of protracted austerity.

The City Devolution Bill outlines the plans to hand powers, traditionally held in Whitehall, to cities including housing, transport, planning and policing. George Osborne is keen for England’s big cities to join Manchester in bidding for devolved powers, as long as they agree to be governed by a directly elected mayor.How will these devolved powers influence the way local authorities deliver local services?

The Future of Local Government conference will bring together high profile stakeholders within local government to examine the current issues and how these may be overcome through innovative ways of working. Expert speakers will share the latest research and current ways of thinking whilst examples of successful transformational projects will be showcased. The event’s aim is to give delegates a reasoned insight into how their own organisations may be operating in 5 years’ time.

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Donna Hall, Chief Executive, Wigan Council (confirmed)

Catherine Staite, Director, INLOGOV (invited)

Momtaz Islam MIC, Business Consultant, iESE (invited)

Sean Harris, Chief Executive, Lambeth Council (invited)

Claire Taylor,Business Transformation Manager at Cherwell, South Northamptonshire and Stratford on Avon Councils (invited)



Assess and establish the current pressures on local government


Hear how future demands will impact on how public services will be delivered


Gain insight as to how local authorities may operate in 2020 and beyond


Get a glimpse as to what the councils of the future may look like


Find out what transformation and redesign could be undertaken to provide sustainable services


Learn about the commissioning council model


Gain greater understanding of devolution- the pros and cons for local public services


Learn and exchange ideas on strategies that when implemented would benefit your organisation


Listen to examples of best practice


Debate and challenge the options for local government in the future


Participate in thought provoking discussion


Knowledge share through networking and make new contacts

Gain CPD credits

If you would like to know more about this event, please click here for more details and to register your place - alternatively, reply to this email and we will come back to you as soon as possible.


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Luke Boulter

luke@openforumlearning.co.uk
Head of Delegate Sales

Open Forum Events
0161 376 9007

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